Using pacapt universal package manager (pacman for all)

pacapt is a shell script that wraps native package managers in a pacman@arch syntax. Intended for Arch users having to temporarily deal with another distribution.

It supports pacman by arch, dpkg/apt-get by debian/ubuntu, homebrew by OSX, yum/rpm by redhat/centos/fedora, portage by gentoo, zypper by opensuse, pkgng by freebsd, pkg_tools by openbsd. See pacman_rosetta@arch

## install
$ wget -O /usr/local/bin/pacapt
$ chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/pacapt

'-Q' list packages installed
'-Qq FILE' query which package provides file
'-Ql PACKAGE' list package files
'-S PACKAGE' install package
'-Ss PACKAGE' search package
'-Suy' upgrade system and package db
'-R PACKAGE' remove package
'-Scc' delete all downloaded packages

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