Request: could `apk info` list more clearly what version is actually installed, and from what repo it originates?
I somehow managed to mix edge + stable packages on my install. Apart from other issues I'm having with this (like
apk upgrade -a not willing to fix it for some reason) what currently bothers me most is that
apk info somehow really isn't that useful to me / or I fail at reading it:
$ sudo apk info nss nss-3.52.1-r0 description: Mozilla Network Security Services nss-3.52.1-r0 webpage: https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Mozilla/Projects/NSS nss-3.52.1-r0 installed size: 3915776 nss-3.54-r0 description: Mozilla Network Security Services nss-3.54-r0 webpage: https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Mozilla/Projects/NSS nss-3.54-r0 installed size: 3289088 nss-3.54-r0 description: Mozilla Network Security Services nss-3.54-r0 webpage: https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Mozilla/Projects/NSS nss-3.54-r0 installed size: 3289088 $ ls /usr/lib | grep libnss libnss3.so libnss3.so.52 libnssckbi-testlib.so libnssckbi-testlib.so.52 libnssckbi.so libnssckbi.so.52 libnssdbm3.chk libnssdbm3.so libnssdbm3.so.52 libnssutil3.so libnssutil3.so.52
As you can see, it appears I have nss-3.52 installed. However,
apk info lists two versions, and from all I can tell doesn't specify which one of those is actually installed which would really be essential to know for a situation like this. Additionally, it also doesn't say what repo it got each of the listed versions ones from, so I don't know which one is from edge and which one is from stable even now that I realized I likely have 3.52 installed.
Both those pieces of information would help tremendously in such tricky situations, so could
apk info possibly be changed to actually specify that?