With the use of Deepin as a day-to-day distro, I felt the absence of many repositories that are kept especially for Ubuntu. All this would be bad if Deepin Linux was not a large distribution, as well as if it did not force me to practice commands in the Terminal.
In place of one of my sanitized repositories in Ubuntu, ppa-purge, I had to think of an output and created ppa-control.
With ppa-control you can add and remove repositories without always having to remember the add-apt-repository command. It is certain that ppa-control is nothing more than a function, but breaks the branch.
Your repository is on github on the way: https://github.com/danielsobrinho/ppa-control
With the commands: ppa-control add and ppa-control removes you solve your life.
Add a repository:
ppa-control add ppa:respositorio/repositorio
Remove a repository
ppa-control removes ppa:repositorio/repositorio