Provided by: apt-xapian-index_0.51ubuntu1_all bug


       axi-cache - query the Apt Xapian Index


       axi-cache [options] command [args]


       Query the Apt Xapian index.

              search commands:

       axi-cache again [query]
              repeat the last search, possibly adding query terms

       axi-cache help
              show a summary of commands

       axi-cache info
              print information about the apt-xapian-index environment

       axi-cache last [count]
              show the last results again

       axi-cache more [count]
              show more terms from the last search

       axi-cache rdetails pkgname[s]
              show details of reverse relationships for the given packages

       axi-cache search [terms]
              start a new search

              apt-cache front-ends:

       axi-cache depends pkgname[s]
              run apt-cache depends pkgname[s]

       axi-cache madison pkgname[s]
              run apt-cache madison pkgname[s]

       axi-cache policy pkgname[s]
              run apt-cache policy pkgname[s]

       axi-cache rdepends pkgname[s]
              run apt-cache rdepends pkgname[s]

       axi-cache show pkgname[s]
              run apt-cache show pkgname[s]

       axi-cache showpkg pkgname[s]
              run apt-cache showpkg pkgname[s]

       axi-cache showsrc pkgname[s]
              run apt-cache showsrc pkgname[s]


              show program's version number and exit

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -s SORT, --sort=SORT
              sort  by  the given value, as listed in /var/lib/apt-xapian-index/values. Add a '-'
              to reverse sort order

       --tags show matching tags, rather than packages

              suggest words for tab completion of the current command line (type  is  'plain'  or

       --last use 'show --last' to limit tab completion to only the packages from the last search

       --all  disable pagination and always show  all  results.  Note  that  search  results  are
              normally sorted by relevance, so you may find meaningless results at the end of the