Description of problem:
A feature request, actually. Presently, the Gnome Package Kit fronted does not seem to have the ability to list all installed packages in chronological order; the equivalent command-line option would be rpm -qa --last | less.
This feature would make it much easier to try out and then undo a particular installation of a set of packages.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Option to list all installed packages in chronological order does not exist.
Doesn't gpk-log do this in a better way?
There is a built-in menu command (File>Software Log) that displays a chronological record of package operations, but it doesn't have checkboxes for easy removal of recently added packages.
What this means is that if I install a package that requires the installation of ten other packages, and then I later decide I want to remove them all, I have to look them up one by one in the main window and deselect them. That can get time consuming, especially if instead of ten additional packages, I need twenty. Testing a program and then removing it can become a hassle.
It would be great if I could just display a reverse-chronological list of my installed packages in the main package window, where I see the checkboxes, so that I could easily deselect all the last eleven packages and uninstall them in one move.
Is that a possible additional feature?
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