Default pamac behavior suggests to cancel an update procedure. Pamac is not safe enough? To use safer pacman only?
What's "not working"
An update procedure suggested to be canceled. It has unexpected barrier for changing the default value. Default value should not be against already selected targeted action by user.
How to reproduce?
$ pamac update Preparing... Synchronizing package databases... Refreshing extra.db... Refreshing chaotic-aur.db... Resolving dependencies... Checking inter-conflicts... To upgrade (1): libpamac 11.1.2-1 (11.1.1-1) extra 854.4 kB Total download size: 854.4 kB Total installed size: 40 bytes Apply transaction ? [y/N]
I can't just hit Enter after review of updates, I always should change default suggestion for selected target action of
update of sort of
do not update to
If I want to update and typed it
pamac update, why you introduce a barrier to me? It is usually unsafe action for
pacman with its barrier absence of
[Y/n] should be used instead of
pamac? Why not to make useful behavior?
pamac is not safe enough / so unstable to make updates and that's why trying to cancel the user direct command?
pamac users estimated to have lower IQ than