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NAME

       aptitude-run-state-bundle - unpack an aptitude state bundle and invoke aptitude on it

SYNOPSIS

       aptitude-run-state-bundle [<options>...] <input-file> [<program> [<arguments>...]]

DESCRIPTION

           Note
           This command is mostly for internal use and bug reporting in exceptional cases, it is
           not intended for end-users under normal circumstances.

       aptitude-run-state-bundle unpacks the given aptitude state bundle created by aptitude-
       create-state-bundle(1) to a temporary directory, invokes <program> on it with the supplied
       <arguments>, and removes the temporary directory afterwards. If <program> is not supplied,
       it defaults to aptitude(8).

OPTIONS

       The following options may occur on the command-line before the input file. Options
       following the input file are presumed to be arguments to aptitude.

       --append-args
           Place the options that give the location of the state bundle at the end of the command
           line when invoking <program>, rather than at the beginning (the default is to place
           options at the beginning).

       --help
           Display a brief usage summary.

       --prepend-args
           Place the options that give the location of the state bundle at the beginning of the
           command line when invoking <program>, overriding any previous --append-args (the
           default is to place options at the beginning).

       --no-clean
           Do not remove the unpacked state directory after running aptitude. You might want to
           use this if, for instance, you are debugging a problem that appears when aptitude's
           state file is modified. When aptitude finishes running, the name of the state
           directory will be printed so that you can access it in the future.

           This option is enabled automatically by --statedir.

       --really-clean
           Delete the state directory after running aptitude, even if --no-clean or --statedir
           was supplied.

       --statedir
           Instead of treating the input file as a state bundle, treat it as an unpacked state
           bundle. For instance, you can use this to access the state directory that was created
           by a prior run with --no-clean.

       --unpack
           Unpack the input file to a temporary directory, but don't actually run aptitude.

SEE ALSO

       aptitude-create-state-bundle(1), aptitude(8), apt(8)

AUTHORS

       Daniel Burrows <dburrows@debian.org>
           Main author of the document.

       Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo <mafm@debian.org>
           Main maintainer after Daniel Burrows, documentation about new features, corrections
           and formatting.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2007 Daniel Burrows.

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