Contains the PackageKit plugin, the core library and everything you need to build cross-distro applications and IPK packages
The most recent release is Listaller 0.6.0
You can download source tarballs for Listaller from here.
apt install listalleras root. For the KDE frontend extensions run
apt install apper-appsetup
sudo apt install listaller, KDE frontends:
sudo apt install apper-appsetup.
Listaller frontends are - primarily - the existing PackageKit frontends like Apper or GNOME-PackageKit. But a special Listaller frontend is required if you want to have a nicer setup process and you want to make use of some Listaller-specific functions, for example installing into user's $HOME.
Also, Listaller frontends provide a very nice way to manage installed applications. If you want this extra-stuff, take a look at your disribution's repository if they have packages already. If not, perform one of the following steps:
There is no official Listaller support from GNOME yet, but some simple helper tools exist.
Download the Listaller-GNOME sources from here, compile and install them and you should be able to take full advantage of Listaller functionality. For basic things, GNOME-PackageKit should already be enough.
Listaller modules are part of Apper. If you have the source-code, compile Apper using the -DLISTALLER=ON build-flag, install it and everything should be working. (Make sure you have Listaller's development files installed)