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Dnia 2013-10-06, o godz. 20:37:49
"Urmas" <> napisał(a):

...Because Linux is inherently broken and cannot run vanilla builds
of software. Also repositories keep prehistoric versions of apps
only, backporting only the security issues fixes, which have to be
manually picked from the developer's VCS and manually patched in.

Perhaps these are reasons why most modern operating systems (Mac OS X,
iOS, Windows 8, Android) have "stores" built-in, which essentially
**are** repositories.

If you can't distinguish between concept and implementation, please
don't say anything at all.
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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