An AUR helper and more
Yup helps you install packages with ease on Arch Linux
yup [search-terms] returns most accurate results
Uses ncurses to display search results. This allows for mouse interaction in the terminal and easier navigation.
Don't want to use ncurses? Use
yup -n to use non-ncurses mode
Want to search the AUR exclusively? Use
Like yay, type
yup to run a system upgrade.
An easy to use config file located at
~/.config/yup/config.json in JSON format.
Want to see which packages are cluttering up your system? Run
yup -Qos to get a list ordered package size.
Yup gives you the most accurate results first. As seen in the example above, yup sorts the results to bring the most accurate to the start.
Yupfiles are small files that allow you to batch install packages with a single command. Here's an example Yupfile
Yup uses ncurses. This allows users to both scroll while not displacing the bottom bar and easily navigate to certain results using more natural forms of user input.
Yup has an easy config file seperate to that of pacman's. This allows it to be more customisable from the get go.
Yup has both
yup -c (for clearing all package cache) and yup
yup -C (for clearing yup's cache only).
Yup allows you to disable ncurses mode (to normal terminal output) using
yup -n temporarily or permanently by changing a value in the config file.
In the search menu, yup allows you to remove an installed package instantly using the
After selecting packages to install, you can revise your decision if you made a mistake.
Yup will soon allow you to disable any of the dialogue during install using the config menu.
git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/yup.git
Make sure you have
1. Clone the repo
3. Install with
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