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Originally Posted by transhour View Post
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after working on this project over the weekend and most of today, i realized i was doing something i always speak out against, i was reinventing the wheel.

i was building my package manager similar to that of the package manager in slackware, i was also setting up my build scripts like slackbuilds, so my only question right now, why?

i've decided to dedicate my time and efforts now to that of slackware.

thanks all for following my progress.
You can still build the system from source and then adopt the slackware package manager. Basicially build a current/updated slackware from the ground up.

I do agree though, why build a package manager? =P
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