On unstable a rebuild of Pamac 6.4 package just arrived.
The family has grown with a cli app
~ >>> pamac Available actions: pamac --version pamac --help,-h [action] pamac checkupdates [options] pamac search [options] <package(s)> pamac info [options] <package(s)> pamac list [options] <package(s)> pamac install [options] <package(s)> pamac build [options] <package(s)> pamac remove [options] <package(s)> pamac update,upgrade [options] <package(s)>
~/ >>> pamac update -h Upgrade your system pamac upgrade,update [options] options: -a, --aur : also upgrade packages installed from AUR --builddir <dir> : build directory (use with --aur), if no directory is given the one specified in pamac.conf file is used --force-refresh : force the refresh of the databases --enable-downgrade : enable package downgrades --ignore [package(s)] : ignore a package upgrade, multiple packages can be specified by separating them with a comma --overwrite <glob> : overwrite conflicting files, multiple patterns can be specified by separating them with a comma
~/ >>> pamac list -h List packages, groups, repositories or files pamac list [options] options: -i, --installed : list installed packages -o, --orphans : list packages that were installed as dependencies but are no longer required by any installed package -m, --foreign : list packages that were not found in the repositories -g, --groups [group(s)] : list all packages that are members of the given groups, if no group is given list all groups -r, --repos [repo(s)] : list all packages available in the given repos, if no repo is given list all repos -f, --files [file(s)] : list files owned by the given packages