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Yay

Yay is an AUR helper written in go, based on the design of yaourt, apacman and pacaur.

Yay Alternatives

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  1. An AUR helper written in Rust and based on the design of yay. It aims to be your standard pacman wrapping AUR helper with minimal interaction.

  2. AUR helper with minimal dependencies. Review PKGBUILDs all in once, next build them all without user interaction.Inspired by pacaur, yaourt and yay.

  3. Trizen AUR Package Manager: A lightweight wrapper for AUR.

  4. An AUR helper that minimizes user interaction.

  5. Binary package manager with support for environments.

  6. Pakku is a pacman wrapper with additional features, such as AUR support. Stable release is available in AUR.

  7. Pacman was developed to be the package manager for Arch Linux, and is also used by KDE-focused Chakra Linux.

  8. Modern tools for modern applications.

  9. Portage is source-based package manager used by Gentoo and its descendants. It controls all process from fetching source through building it, installing into clean environment to "merging" with already installed software.

  10. Helper tools for the AUR. Contribute to AladW/aurutils development by creating an account on GitHub.

  11. Graphical Package Manager for Manjaro Linux (based on libalpm).

  12. The missing package manager for macOS

  13. pkgsrc is a framework for building over 17,000 open source software packages.

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