DebSync is a Python command line tool which helps to synchronize a bunch of Debian GNU/Linux machines with respect to the list of packages installed. DebSync retrieves the list of installed packages from a master host, and then installs or removes packages on any number of other hosts to make them have the very same installed packages list as the master host.
Release Notes: This command now internally uses dpkg --get-selections and --set-selections. An unattended mode was added, available with a command line option. The help and manual pages were upgraded.
Release Notes: An update of the available packages list is now done with apt-get prior to any modification on a remote host. A man page was also added.
Release Notes: This release fixes an installation script problem.
Release Notes: This release is only one standalone executable instead of an executable and a module.
No changes have been submitted for this release.