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       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 depnden­
       cies 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>

Red Hat, Inc.              30 June 2002               RPMGRAPH(8)
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