APT (Advanced Package Tool), a set of core tools inside Debian that makes it possible to install, remove and keep applications up to date, is now at version 0.9.7.6. Highlights of APT 0.9.7.6:
• Dependencies for packages:none are always generated;
• Two missing remap registrations have been added.
• The native architecture is now written as unique string into the cache header, as it is used for arch:all packages as a map to arch:native;
• Negative dependencies applying in the same group for M-A:same packages are ignored;
• Print versioned dependency relations in (r)depends, if the option APT::Cache::ShowVersion is true;
• Reinstall requests are included and already installed ((protected) packages), in the install-request for external resolvers;
A complete list of changes and updates can be found in the official announcement
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