rpmgraph - Display RPM Package Dependency Graph


   rpmgraph PACKAGE_FILE ...


   rpmgraph  uses  PACKAGE_FILE arguments to generate a package dependency
   graph.  Each  PACKAGE_FILE  argument  is  read  and  added  to  an  rpm
   transaction  set.  The  elements  of  the transaction set are partially
   ordered using a topological sort. The partially  ordered  elements  are
   then printed to standard output.

   Nodes  in  the  dependency  graph  are  package names, and edges in the
   directed graph point to the parent of each node.  The  parent  node  is
   defined  as  the  last  predecessor of a package when partially ordered
   using the package dependencies as  a  relation.  That  means  that  the
   parent of a given package is the package's last prerequisite.

   The  output is in dot(1) directed graph format, and can be displayed or
   printed using the dotty graph editor from the graphviz package.   There
   are  no  rpmgraph  specific  options, only common rpm options.  See the
   rpmgraph usage message for what is currently implemented.




    http://www.graphviz.org/ <URL:http://www.graphviz.org/>


   Jeff Johnson <jbj@redhat.com>


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