Fedora 39 Looks To Use DNF5 By Default For Better Performance & Improved User Experience

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  • dnf5

    Package management library.

  • dnf

    Package manager based on libdnf and libsolv. Replaces YUM.

    I'm not sure, I'm not a dnf developer. It was implemented in C++, so it would probably have to be done differently in version 4. I belive dnf development is focused on version 5 right now, so adding features to version 4 is probably not a high priority. It would be nice to see it in version 4 so it could be added to current versions of RHEL and Fedora, but time is a finite resource. Perhaps you could implement and send a pull request, or at least file a bug to discuss it upstream?

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