Matt Madia wrote:
The script is not a complete solution as a package manager. It does not: * track files * check if an OP is already installed * remove OP's * allow updating to the newest OP. The script needs to be run from Terminal, `sh optpkgman.sh` comments?
Nice :)The only comment i'd have is on the name of the script which could be misleading for some users (with regard to the functionality it provides).
Maybe just "install(/get)OptionalPackage" or something :) Best regards, Alex