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LIBSOLV-CONSTANTIDS(3)		    LIBSOLV		LIBSOLV-CONSTANTIDS(3)

NAME
       libsolv-constantids - fixed Ids for often used strings

DESCRIPTION
       Constant	Ids are	Ids of strings that are	often needed. They are defined
       to ease programming and reduce the number of pool_str2id	calls. The
       constant	Ids are	part of	the binary ABI of libsolv, a minor version
       update will only	add new	constants and not change existing Ids to
       maintain	compatible. The	on-disk	solv format works does not use the
       fixed Ids, but instead references the strings, so solv files can	still
       be read when the	ABI is broken.

SPECIAL	STRINGS
       ID_EMPTY	""
	   The empty string. It	will always have Id 1.

       SYSTEM_SYSTEM "system:system"
	   The name of the always installed "system" solvable.

SOLVABLE ATTRIBUTES
       These are Ids for keyname of attributes.	They can be used in the	lookup
       and storage functions to	select the correct attribute in	the solvable.
       The descriptions	below describe the intended semantics of the values
       stored in the attribute with the	keyname.

       SOLVABLE_NAME "solvable:name"
	   The name of the package.

       SOLVABLE_ARCH "solvable:arch"
	   The architecture of the package. See	the Solvable Architecture
	   section for predefined architecture Id values.

       SOLVABLE_EVR "solvable:evr"
	   The version of the package. It usually consists of some combination
	   of the Epoch, the Version, and the Release of the solvable.

       SOLVABLE_VENDOR "solvable:vendor"
	   A vendor string. Usually the	company	or group that created the
	   binary package.

       SOLVABLE_PROVIDES "solvable:provides"
	   Stores an array of dependency Ids that describe the capabilities
	   that	the package provides.

       SOLVABLE_OBSOLETES "solvable:obsoletes"
	   Stores an array of dependency Ids that describe the packages	that
	   this	package	replaces.

       SOLVABLE_CONFLICTS "solvable:conflicts"
	   Stores an array of dependency Ids that describe the capabilities
	   that	this package conflicts with, i.e. that can't be	installed
	   together with this package.

       SOLVABLE_REQUIRES "solvable:requires"
	   Stores an array of dependency Ids that describe the capabilities
	   that	also must be installed when this package is installed.

       SOLVABLE_RECOMMENDS "solvable:recommends"
	   Stores an array of dependency Ids that describe the capabilities
	   that	also should be installed when this package is installed. It's
	   not an error	if not all capabilities	can be met.

       SOLVABLE_SUGGESTS "solvable:suggests"
	   Stores an array of dependency Ids that describe the capabilities
	   that	also useful to have installed when this	package	is installed.
	   This	is intended to provide a hint to the user about	other
	   packages.

       SOLVABLE_SUPPLEMENTS "solvable:supplements"
	   Stores an array of dependency Ids that define that this package
	   should be installed if one of the capabilities is met. This is like
	   the recommends attribute, but works in the reverse way.

       SOLVABLE_ENHANCES "solvable:enhances"
	   Stores an array of dependency Ids that define that this package is
	   useful to have installed if one of the capabilities is met. This is
	   like	the suggests attribute,	but works in the reverse way.

       SOLVABLE_SUMMARY	"solvable:summary"
	   The summary should be a short string	without	any newlines that
	   describes what a package does.

       SOLVABLE_DESCRIPTION "solvable:description"
	   The description should be a more verbose description	about what a
	   package does. It may	consist	of multiple lines.

       SOLVABLE_DISTRIBUTION "solvable:distribution"
	   The distribution is a short string that describes the OS and	OS
	   version this	package	is built for.

       SOLVABLE_AUTHORS	"solvable:authors"
	   A list of authors of	this package. This attribute was used in SUSE
	   packages.

       SOLVABLE_PACKAGER "solvable:packager"
	   The person who created the binary package, see also the vendor
	   attribute.

       SOLVABLE_GROUP "solvable:group"
	   The package group that this package belongs to. See also the
	   keywords attribute.

       SOLVABLE_URL "solvable:url"
	   An URL that points to more information about	the package.

       SOLVABLE_KEYWORDS "solvable:keywords"
	   list	of keyword string IDs used for tagging this package.

       SOLVABLE_LICENSE	"solvable:license"
	   The license(s) of this package.

       SOLVABLE_BUILDTIME "solvable:buildtime"
	   The seconds since the unix epoch when the binary package was
	   created.

       SOLVABLE_BUILDHOST "solvable:buildhost"
	   The name of the host	on which the binary package was	created.

       SOLVABLE_EULA "solvable:eula"
	   If this attribute is	present	the user should	be asked to accept the
	   end user license agreement before the package gets installed.

       SOLVABLE_CPEID "solvable:cpeid"
	   A Common Platform Enumeration string	describes the platform this
	   package is intended for. See	also the distribution attribute.

       SOLVABLE_MESSAGEINS "solvable:messageins"
	   A message that should be displayed to the user when the package
	   gets	installed.

       SOLVABLE_MESSAGEDEL "solvable:messagedel"
	   A message that should be displayed to the user when the package
	   gets	erased.

       SOLVABLE_INSTALLSIZE "solvable:installsize"
	   The disk space in bytes needed when installing the package.

       SOLVABLE_DISKUSAGE "solvable:diskusage"
	   A SUSE extension that stores	for each directory the needed amount
	   of disk space in kilobytes and inodes.

       SOLVABLE_FILELIST "solvable:filelist"
	   A list of files that	the package contains.

       SOLVABLE_INSTALLTIME "solvable:installtime"
	   The seconds since the unix epoch when the binary package was
	   installed on	the system.

       SOLVABLE_MEDIADIR "solvable:mediadir"
	   The directory on the	repository that	contains the package. If this
	   attribute is	set to void, the package architecture is used as
	   directory.

       SOLVABLE_MEDIAFILE "solvable:mediafile"
	   The filename	on the repository that contains	the package. If	this
	   attribute is	set to void, the canonical file	name of	the package is
	   used	(i.e. a	combination of the name, version, architecture).

       SOLVABLE_MEDIANR	"solvable:medianr"
	   The media number. This is an	integer	describing on which of a
	   multi-part media set	this package is	on.

       SOLVABLE_MEDIABASE "solvable:mediabase"
	   This	attribute can be used to overwrite the repositories base url.

       SOLVABLE_DOWNLOADSIZE "solvable:downloadsize"
	   The size of the binary package in bytes.

       SOLVABLE_SOURCEARCH "solvable:sourcearch"
	   The architecture of the source package that this package belongs
	   to.

       SOLVABLE_SOURCENAME "solvable:sourcename"
	   The name of the source package that this package belongs to.	If set
	   to void, the	package	name attribute is used instead.

       SOLVABLE_SOURCEEVR "solvable:sourceevr"
	   The version of the source package that this package belongs to. If
	   set to void,	the package version attribute is used instead.

       SOLVABLE_TRIGGERS "solvable:triggers"
	   A list of package triggers for this package.	Used in	the
	   transaction ordering	code.

       SOLVABLE_CHECKSUM "solvable:checksum"
	   The checksum	of the binary package. See the Data Types section for
	   a list of supported algorithms.

       SOLVABLE_PKGID "solvable:pkgid"
	   A string identifying	a package. For rpm packages, this is the
	   md5sum over the package header and the payload.

       SOLVABLE_HDRID "solvable:hdrid"
	   A string identifying	a package. For rpm packages, this is the
	   sha1sum over	just the package header.

       SOLVABLE_LEADSIGID "solvable:leadsigid"
	   A string identifying	the signature part of a	package. For rpm
	   packages, this is the md5sum	from the start of the file up to the
	   package header (i.e.	it includes the	lead, the signature header,
	   and the padding).

       SOLVABLE_HEADEREND "solvable:headerend"
	   The offset of the payload in	rpm binary packages. You can use this
	   information to download just	the header if you want to display
	   information not included in the repository metadata.

       SOLVABLE_CHANGELOG "solvable:changelog"
	   The array containing	all the	changelog structures.

       SOLVABLE_CHANGELOG_AUTHOR "solvable:changelog:author"
	   The author of a changelog entry.

       SOLVABLE_CHANGELOG_TIME "solvable:changelog:time"
	   The seconds since the unix epoch when the changelog entry was
	   written.

       SOLVABLE_CHANGELOG_TEXT "solvable:changelog:text"
	   The text of a changelog entry.

SPECIAL	SOLVABLE ATTRIBUTES
       RPM_RPMDBID "rpm:dbid"
	   The rpm database id of this (installed) package. Usually a small
	   integer number.

       SOLVABLE_PATCHCATEGORY "solvable:patchcategory"
	   The category	field for patch	solvables. Should be named
	   "update:category" instead.

       UPDATE_REBOOT "update:reboot"
	   If this attribute is	present	the system should be rebooted after
	   the update is installed.

       UPDATE_RESTART "update:restart"
	   If this attribute is	present	the software manager should be run
	   again after the update is installed.

       UPDATE_RELOGIN "update:relogin"
	   If this attribute is	present	the user should	log off	and on again
	   after the update is installed.

       UPDATE_MESSAGE "update:message"
	   A message that should be shown to the user to warn him about
	   anything non-standard.

       UPDATE_SEVERITY "update:severity"
	   The severity	of the update.

       UPDATE_RIGHTS "update:rights"
	   Any legal or	other rights of	the update.

       UPDATE_COLLECTION "update:collection"
	   The array containing	the package list of the	update.

       UPDATE_COLLECTION_NAME "update:collection:name"
	   The name of the updated package.

       UPDATE_COLLECTION_EVR "update:collection:evr"
	   The version of the updated package.

       UPDATE_COLLECTION_ARCH "update:collection:arch"
	   The architecture of the updated package.

       UPDATE_COLLECTION_FILENAME "update:collection:filename"
	   The file name of the	updated	package.

       UPDATE_REFERENCE	"update:reference"
	   The array containing	the reference list of the update.

       UPDATE_REFERENCE_TYPE "update:reference:type"
	   The type of the reference, e.g. bugzilla.

       UPDATE_REFERENCE_HREF "update:reference:href"
	   The URL of the reference.

       UPDATE_REFERENCE_ID "update:reference:id"
	   The identification string of	the reference, e.g. the	bug number.

       UPDATE_REFERENCE_TITLE "update:reference:title"
	   The title of	the reference, e.g. the	bug summary.

       PRODUCT_REFERENCEFILE "product:referencefile"
	   The basename	of the product file in the package.

       PRODUCT_SHORTLABEL "product:shortlabel"
	   An identification string of the product.

       PRODUCT_DISTPRODUCT "product:distproduct"
	   Obsolete, do	not use. Was a SUSE Code-10 product name.

       PRODUCT_DISTVERSION "product:distversion"
	   Obsolete, do	not use. Was a SUSE Code-10 product version.

       PRODUCT_TYPE "product:type"
	   The type of the product, e.g. "base".

       PRODUCT_URL "product:url"
	   An array of product URLs.

       PRODUCT_URL_TYPE	"product:url:type"
	   An array of product URL types.

       PRODUCT_FLAGS "product:flags"
	   An array of product flags.

       PRODUCT_PRODUCTLINE "product:productline"
	   A product line string used for product registering.

       PRODUCT_REGISTER_TARGET "product:regtarget"
	   A target for	product	registering.

       PRODUCT_REGISTER_RELEASE	"product:regrelease"
	   A release string for	product	registering.

       PUBKEY_KEYID "pubkey:keyid"
	   The keyid of	a pubkey, consisting of	8 bytes	in hex.

       PUBKEY_FINGERPRINT "pubkey:fingerprint"
	   The fingerprint of a	pubkey,	usually	a sha1sum in hex. Old V3 RSA
	   keys	use a md5sum instead.

       PUBKEY_EXPIRES "pubkey:expires"
	   The seconds since the unix epoch when the pubkey expires.

       PUBKEY_SUBKEYOF "pubkey:subkeyof"
	   The keyid of	the master pubkey for subkeys.

       PUBKEY_DATA "pubkey:data"
	   The MPI data	of the pubkey.

       SOLVABLE_ISVISIBLE "solvable:isvisible"
	   An attribute	describing if the package should be listed to the user
	   or not. Used	for SUSE patterns.

       SOLVABLE_CATEGORY "solvable:category"
	   The category	of a pattern.

       SOLVABLE_INCLUDES "solvable:includes"
	   A list of other patterns that this pattern includes.

       SOLVABLE_EXTENDS	"solvable:extends"
	   A list of other patterns that this pattern extends.

       SOLVABLE_ICON "solvable:icon"
	   The icon name of a pattern.

       SOLVABLE_ORDER "solvable:order"
	   An ordering clue of a pattern.

       SUSETAGS_SHARE_NAME "susetags:share:name"
	   Internal attribute to implement susetags shared records. Holds the
	   name	of the solvable	used for sharing attributes.

       SUSETAGS_SHARE_EVR "susetags:share:evr"
	   Internal attribute to implement susetags shared records. Holds the
	   version of the solvable used	for sharing attributes.

       SUSETAGS_SHARE_ARCH "susetags:share:arch"
	   Internal attribute to implement susetags shared records. Holds the
	   architecture	of the solvable	used for sharing attributes.

SOLVABLE ARCHITECTURES
       Predefined architecture values for commonly used	architectures.

       ARCH_SRC	"src"
	   Used	for binary packages that contain the package sources.

       ARCH_NOSRC "nosrc"
	   Used	for binary packages that contain some of the package sources,
	   but not all files (because of restrictions).

       ARCH_NOARCH "noarch"
	   This	package	can be installed on any	architecture. Used for rpm.

       ARCH_ALL	"all"
	   This	package	can be installed on any	architecture. Used for Debian.

       ARCH_ANY	"any"
	   This	package	can be installed on any	architecture. Used for
	   Archlinux and Haiku.

DEPENDENCY IDS
       Namespaces are special modifiers	that change the	meaning	of a
       dependency. Namespace dependencies are created with the REL_NAMESPACE
       flag. To	make custom namespaces work you	have to	implement a namespace
       callback	function.

       The dependency markers partition	the dependency array in	two parts with
       different semantics.

       NAMESPACE_MODALIAS "namespace:modalias"
	   The dependency is a special modalias	dependency that	matches
	   installed hardware.

       NAMESPACE_SPLITPROVIDES "namespace:splitprovides"
	   The dependency is a special splitprovides dependency	used to
	   implement updates that include a package split. A splitprovides
	   dependency contains a filename and a	package	name, it is matched if
	   a package with the provided package name is installed that contains
	   the filename. This namespace	is implemented in libsolv, so you do
	   not need a callback.

       NAMESPACE_LANGUAGE "namespace:language"
	   The dependency describes a language.	The callback should return
	   true	if the language	was selected by	the user.

       NAMESPACE_FILESYSTEM "namespace:filesystem"
	   The dependency describes a filesystem. The callback should return
	   true	if the filesystem is needed.

       NAMESPACE_OTHERPROVIDERS	"namespace:otherproviders"
	   This	is a hack to allow self-conflicting packages. It is not	needed
	   with	current	rpm version, so	do not use this	namespace.

       SOLVABLE_PREREQMARKER "solvable:prereqmarker"
	   This	marker partitions the normal require dependencies from the
	   prerequires.	It is not needed for dependency	solving, but it	is
	   used	by the transaction ordering algorithm when a dependency	cycle
	   needs to be broken (non-prereq deps get broken first).

       SOLVABLE_FILEMARKER "solvable:filemarker"
	   This	marker partitions the package provides dependencies from the
	   synthetic file provides dependencies	added by
	   pool_addfileprovides().

DATA TYPES
       Each attribute data is stored with a type, so that the lookup functions
       know how	to interpret the data. The following types are available:

       REPOKEY_TYPE_VOID "repokey:type:void"
	   No data is stored with this attribute. Thus you can only test if
	   the attribute exists	or not.	Useful to store	boolean	values.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_CONSTANT "repokey:type:constant"
	   The data is a constant 32bit	number.	The number is stored in	the
	   key area, so	using it does not cost extra storage space (but	you
	   need	the extra key space).

       REPOKEY_TYPE_CONSTANTID "repokey:type:constantid"
	   The data is a constant Id. The Id is	stored in the key area,	so
	   using it does not cost extra	storage	space (but you need the	extra
	   key space).

       REPOKEY_TYPE_ID "repokey:type:id"
	   The data is an Id.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_NUM	"repokey:type:num"
	   The data is an unsigned 64bit number.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_U32	"repokey:type:num32"
	   The data is an unsigned 32bit number. Obsolete, do not use.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_DIR	"repokey:type:dir"
	   The data is an Id of	a directory.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_STR	"repokey:type:str"
	   The data is a regular string.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_BINARY "repokey:type:binary"
	   The data is a binary	blob.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_IDARRAY "repokey:type:idarray"
	   The data is an array	of non-zero Ids.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_REL_IDARRAY	"repokey:type:relidarray"
	   The data is an array	of non-zero Ids	ordered	so that	it needs less
	   space.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_DIRSTRARRAY	"repokey:type:dirstrarray"
	   The data is a tuple consisting of a directory Id and	a basename.
	   Used	to store file names.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_DIRNUMNUMARRAY "repokey:type:dirnumnumarray"
	   The data is a triple	consisting of a	directory Id and two 32bit
	   unsigned integers. Used to store disk usage information.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_MD5	"repokey:type:md5"
	   The data is a binary	md5sum.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_SHA1 "repokey:type:sha1"
	   The data is a binary	sha1sum.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_SHA256 "repokey:type:sha256"
	   The data is a binary	sha256sum.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_FIXARRAY "repokey:type:fixarray"
	   The data is an array	of structures that have	all the	same layout
	   (i.e. the same keynames and keytypes	in the same order).

       REPOKEY_TYPE_FLEXARRAY "repokey:type:flexarray"
	   The data is an array	of structures that have	a different layout.

       REPOKEY_TYPE_DELETED "repokey:type:deleted"
	   The data does not exist. Used to mark an attribute that was
	   deleted.

REPOSITORY METADATA
       This attributes contain meta information	about the repository.

       REPOSITORY_SOLVABLES "repository:solvables"
	   This	attribute holds	the array including all	of the solvables. It
	   is only used	in the on-disk solv files, internally the solvables
	   are stored in the pool's solvable array for fast access.

       REPOSITORY_DELTAINFO "repository:deltainfo"
	   This	attribute holds	the array including all	of the delta packages.

       REPOSITORY_EXTERNAL "repository:external"
	   This	attribute holds	the array including all	of the data to
	   construct stub repodata areas to support on-demand loading of
	   metadata.

       REPOSITORY_KEYS "repository:keys"
	   This	should really be named "repository:external:keys", it contains
	   an array if Ids that	consists of (keyname, keytype) pairs that
	   describe the	keys of	the stub.

       REPOSITORY_LOCATION "repository:location"
	   This	is used	to provide a file name in the stub.

       REPOSITORY_ADDEDFILEPROVIDES "repository:addedfileprovides"
	   This	attribute holds	an array of filename Ids, that tell the
	   library, that all of	the Ids	were already added to the solvable
	   provides.

       REPOSITORY_RPMDBCOOKIE "repository:rpmdbcookie"
	   An attribute	that stores a sha256sum	over the file stats of the
	   Packages database. It's used	to detect rebuilds of the database, as
	   in that case	the database Ids of every package are newly
	   distributed.

       REPOSITORY_TIMESTAMP "repository:timestamp"
	   The seconds since the unix epoch when the repository	was created.

       REPOSITORY_EXPIRE "repository:expire"
	   The seconds after the timestamp when	the repository will expire.

       REPOSITORY_UPDATES "repository:updates"
	   An array of structures describing what this repository updates.

       REPOSITORY_DISTROS "repository:distros"
	   Also	an array of structures describing what this repository
	   updates. Seems to be	the newer name of REPOSITORY_UPDATES.

       REPOSITORY_PRODUCT_LABEL	"repository:product:label"
	   Should really be called "repository:updates:label". What
	   distribution	is updated with	this repository.

       REPOSITORY_PRODUCT_CPEID	"repository:product:cpeid"
	   The cpeid of	the platform updated by	this repository. Is both used
	   in REPOSITORY_UPDATES and REPOSITORY_DISTROS	to maximize confusion.

       REPOSITORY_REPOID "repository:repoid"
	   An array of Id strings describing keywords/tags about the
	   repository itself.

       REPOSITORY_KEYWORDS "repository:keywords"
	   An array of Id strings describing keywords/tags about the content
	   of the repository.

       REPOSITORY_REVISION "repository:revision"
	   An arbitrary	string describing the revision of the repository.

       REPOSITORY_TOOLVERSION "repository:toolversion"
	   Some	string describing somewhat the version of libsolv used to
	   create the solv file.

REPOSITORY METADATA FOR	SUSETAGS REPOS
       Attributes describing repository	files in a susetags repository.
       SUSETAGS_DATADIR	"susetags:datadir":: The directory that	contains the
       packages.

       SUSETAGS_DESCRDIR "susetags:descrdir"
	   The directory that contains the repository file resources.

       SUSETAGS_DEFAULTVENDOR "susetags:defaultvendor"
	   The default vendor used when	a package does not specify a vendor.

       SUSETAGS_FILE "susetags:file"
	   An array of file resources of the repository.

       SUSETAGS_FILE_NAME "susetags:file:name"
	   The filename	of the resource.

       SUSETAGS_FILE_TYPE "susetags:file:type"
	   The type of the resource, e.g. "META".

       SUSETAGS_FILE_CHECKSUM "susetags:file:checksum"
	   The file checksum of	the resource.

REPOSITORY METADATA FOR	RPMMD REPOS
       REPOSITORY_REPOMD "repository:repomd"
	   An array of file resources of the repository.

       REPOSITORY_REPOMD_TYPE "repository:repomd:type"
	   The type of the resource, e.g. "primary".

       REPOSITORY_REPOMD_LOCATION "repository:repomd:location"
	   The location	(aka filename) of the resource

       REPOSITORY_REPOMD_TIMESTAMP "repository:repomd:timestamp"
	   The seconds since the unix epoch when the resource was created.

       REPOSITORY_REPOMD_CHECKSUM "repository:repomd:checksum"
	   The file checksum of	the resource.

       REPOSITORY_REPOMD_OPENCHECKSUM "repository:repomd:openchecksum"
	   The checksum	over the uncompressed contents of the resource.

       REPOSITORY_REPOMD_SIZE "repository:repomd:size"
	   The size of the resource file.

DELTA PACKAGE ATTRIBUTES
       DELTA_PACKAGE_NAME "delta:pkgname"
	   The target package name for the delta package. Applying the delta
	   will	recreate the target package.

       DELTA_PACKAGE_EVR "delta:pkgevr"
	   The version of the target package.

       DELTA_PACKAGE_ARCH "delta:pkgarch"
	   The architecture of the target package.

       DELTA_LOCATION_DIR "delta:locdir"
	   The directory in the	repository that	contains the delta package.

       DELTA_LOCATION_NAME "delta:locname"
	   The first part of the file name of the delta	package.

       DELTA_LOCATION_EVR "delta:locevr"
	   The version part of the file	name of	the delta package.

       DELTA_LOCATION_SUFFIX "delta:locsuffix"
	   The suffix part of the file name of the delta package.

       DELTA_LOCATION_BASE "delta:locbase"
	   This	attribute can be used to overwrite the repositories base url
	   for the delta.

       DELTA_DOWNLOADSIZE "delta:downloadsize"
	   The size of the delta rpm file.

       DELTA_CHECKSUM "delta:checksum"
	   The checksum	of the delta rpm file.

       DELTA_BASE_EVR "delta:baseevr"
	   The version of the package the delta	was built against.

       DELTA_SEQ_NAME "delta:seqname"
	   The first part of the delta sequence, the base package name.

       DELTA_SEQ_EVR "delta:seqevr"
	   The evr part	of the delta sequence, the base	package	evr. Identical
	   to the DELTA_BASE_EVR attribute.

       DELTA_SEQ_NUM "delta:seqnum"
	   The last part of the	delta sequence,	the content selection string.

AUTHOR
       Michael Schroeder <mls@suse.de>

libsolv				  09/14/2018		LIBSOLV-CONSTANTIDS(3)

NAME | DESCRIPTION | SPECIAL STRINGS | SOLVABLE ATTRIBUTES | SPECIAL SOLVABLE ATTRIBUTES | SOLVABLE ARCHITECTURES | DEPENDENCY IDS | DATA TYPES | REPOSITORY METADATA | REPOSITORY METADATA FOR SUSETAGS REPOS | REPOSITORY METADATA FOR RPMMD REPOS | DELTA PACKAGE ATTRIBUTES | AUTHOR

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