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Is it possible to export list of used packages from package configuration to some text file? The point is, that I'd like to include list of packages into the documentation - so now I have to write list of packages manually, based on the list which I see in VI Package Configuration Editor...

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I, too, would be interested in such a feature. It would make things really nice if we could export the list of installed packages from one machine and then import that on another to mirror the configuration. 

This would roughly approximate doing a "pip freeze" and generating "requirements.txt" for python code.

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I, too, would be interested in such a feature. It would make things really nice if we could export the list of installed packages from one machine and then import that on another to mirror the configuration. 

This would roughly approximate doing a "pip freeze" and generating "requirements.txt" for python code.

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On 10/6/2020 at 12:45 PM, kosist said:

Is it possible to export list of used packages from package configuration to some text file? The point is, that I'd like to include list of packages into the documentation - so now I have to write list of packages manually, based on the list which I see in VI Package Configuration Editor...

I see that this feature can be valuable to some. I will suggest to post such ideas in https://www.vipm.io/post/suggestion/

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