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NAME

       seeded-in-ubuntu - Determine whether a package is safe to upload during a freeze

SYNOPSIS

       seeded-in-ubuntu [options] package...

DESCRIPTION

       Lists  all  the  current  daily  images containing the specified packages.  Or whether the
       package is part of the supported seed.

       If it isn't on an image, it should be safe to upload.  During the final freeze, one should
       avoid packages in the supported seed too.

       An index of the current manifests is downloaded from UbuntuWire.

OPTIONS

       -b, --binary
              The  packages  specified are binary packages.  This is faster than source packages,
              as otherwise we must query LP to determine the binary packages that every specified
              source package builds.

       -u URL, --data-url=URL
              URL   for   index   of   seeded   packages.    Default:   UbuntuWire's  service  at
              http://qa.ubuntuwire.org/ubuntu-seeded-packages/seeded.json.gz.

       -h, --help
              Display a help message and exit

EXAMPLES

       All the images that contain unity:

              seeded-in-ubuntu -b unity

AUTHORS

       seeded-in-ubuntu and this manpage were written by Stefano Rivera <stefanor@ubuntu.com>.

       Both are released under the terms of the ISC License.