Utilizing debtags to Discover Similar Software
Jun 11, 2009, 21:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"From the output, you can see that there appears to be a
suitable alternative called mpg321. How nice! The '-d' option
specifies the relevancy of the results. The default is 0, but the
higher the value, the less relevant your results will be. Keep this
in mind as you run your queries. The best solution I have found is
to start at 0 and work your way up until your query returns some
results. A value of 1 will not suffice for all package searches --
we could whip up a script, but then again, I'm too lazy. It's also
possible to see the tags associated with an application.
"Let's take a look at what types of tags are assigned to mpg123
that helped debtags find related software."