Distro autodetection

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Dependency chain compression requires a little explanation. C -> D -> E is a chain. These chains are very hard to draw, as there are a thousand wrong ways and only one good way. So pacgraph doesn't even try to tackle this hard problem, instead absorbing the dependencies into the parent. The graph generally looks prettier and easier to read if you compress the chains. More importantly, it makes the true size of programs much more apparent. Chain compression can be disabled in part (or entirely). Occasionally it is disabled automatically. For example, the illustration of Gimp would collapse into a single package (Gimp) if compression were not automatically disabled.

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