Now that development for Helm version 3 has kicked off, I'm starting to hear a wide variety of opinions on what Helm should do and how it relates to what other platform package managers do. What I'm learning is that not everyone realizes how much functionality is packed into the package managers they're using.
To illustrate the features in package managers, let's take a look at APT). APT is the package manager for Debian and Debian based platforms such as Ubuntu. It's been released since August of 1998 and has been in wide use for a long time.