anbe at debian.org
Wed Feb 5 22:40:20 UTC 2014
On 2014-02-05 23:29, Michael Biebl wrote:
> I vaguely remember that the problem was something else, i.e.
> init-system-helpers having been uninstalled before the package is purged
> and as a result there is no chance to clean up /etc/systemd fully.
For the problematic text we treat i-s-h as fake-essential, i.e. it is
installed at the very beginning (s.t. it is installed in the reference
system) and never purged.
> So, shipping /etc/systemd/system in i-s-h isn't really going to help
> unless I miss something.
Installing i-s-d does not create this, so they don't exist in the
reference system (that is compared against after installing and purging
the packages to be tested). They come into existence once i-s-h is
triggered by installing some package but are not cleaned up during
removal, so this does not match the reference system throwing piuparts
errors. Shipping them will solve this, as they already exist in the
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