Where can I see depencies of the package on packages.fedoraproject.org service?
I don’t see that list there. But the following DNF command seems to work.
$ dnf repoquery --latest-limit 1 --arch x86_64 --deplist bash Last metadata expiration check: 0:04:46 ago on Sun 03 Sep 2023 08:39:23 PM CDT. package: bash-5.2.15-1.fc37.x86_64 dependency: filesystem >= 3 provider: filesystem-3.18-2.fc37.x86_64 dependency: libc.so.6(GLIBC_2.36)(64bit) provider: glibc-2.36-11.fc37.x86_64 dependency: libtinfo.so.6()(64bit) provider: ncurses-libs-6.4-3.20230114.fc37.x86_64 dependency: rtld(GNU_HASH) provider: glibc-2.36-11.fc37.x86_64
bash to whatever package you are interested in.
I found the link to these details are under “Releases Overview” → select package you want → “Dependencies”. For example, firefox-117.0-2.fc40 - Fedora Packages
Do anyone know, what “Provides” are? These contains binaries and also something strange “application()”, “metainfo()”?
What exactly are “Related Pacgaes”? For example on firefox - Fedora Packages.
Provides can be added to packages so they can be referred to by dependencies other than by their name.