What do you think of DNF?

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  • microdnf

    Lightweight implementation of dnf in C

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  • dnf

    Package manager based on libdnf and libsolv. Replaces YUM.

  • dnf uses python only for command line functionality. Its core part, libdnf, is written in C++. However yes, dnf in my experience is still significantly slower than apt and pacman.

  • libdnf

    Package management library.

  • dnf uses python only for command line functionality. Its core part, libdnf, is written in C++. However yes, dnf in my experience is still significantly slower than apt and pacman.

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