A regular search for ack will inevitably return a lot of results to sift through, due to words like "package," "hack," or "playback." If you want to get a list of installed packages matching a search, pipe the results to "grep local." The "-A 1" option tells grep to include one line after each match (the package description, in this case).If you want color highlighting with pacman -Ss, you can uncomment Color from /etc/Before proceeding further, make sure your package databases are up to date with: Sometimes there will be a lot of packages matching your search criteria.This is especially true when using an AUR helper like yaourt. For example, let's say you are trying to find anything related to the "ack" tool.
Thus, dependency and package names exist in a single namespace.
It will download the code, configure and build it for you, in a way that does not interfere with or modify your existing system.
JHBuild will also figure out which dependencies are required from your distribution, and it will build any development software that is needed.
This means you can not have a dependency with the same name as a package.
Once the package is extracted, a custom-generated python file is added to a special package named file in ST3) is to ensure it is the very first non-default package that Sublime Text loads.