apt-install

Do you ever get tired of typing
sudo apt-get update && apt-get install <package>
just to install one package that you added to your DEB repo? I do and I decided to do something about it. What I really miss is the intelligence of yum which simply updates its repo caches if they are too old.

apt-install (github.com/schlomo/apt-install) is the next best thing. It is a simply Python script that updates the cache and installs the packages given as command line arguments. And it shows a nice GUI with a progress bar:


Turns out that the parts are all there and part of aptdaemon. The only part missing was putting them together into this little script:
Please note that I actually completely don't understand how to write async code. I'll be happy about all feedback with better implementations.

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