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(Ustr, micro string API)
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The problem is twofold: 1) From what I've seen that is the (much) less common usage. 2) If you assume people want to check for files by default, you need to load the "filelists" data from all repos. ... which means that everybody who doesn't want to do that (Eg. most people) will then shout at me for wasting their time/bandwidth/etc.
I'd thought about doing some "primary-file-lookup" type command, mainly for command lookup (where you don't need filelists) but that could be extended ... what files do you lookup frequently?
ImportError: No module named matplotlib
I guess we're just exposed to different demographics then, because I've never seen anyone use it for anything else, myself included.
So I ran yum provides "*/matplotlib" to find out which package I need to install. But in general, any app that fails to find a file for any particular reason tends to push me in the direction of yum provides, whether it's a missing shared object or a config or similar file that something looks for at run time.