Re: Packages' use of dpkg-statoverride
Previously Matt Zimmerman wrote:
> This means that if a package tries to set up a statoverride for a user, but
> they have created one manually, it gets removed when the package is purged.
> However, if they simply create an override manually (one that the package
> doesn't know about), it is persistent. This is inconsistent behaviour.
dpkg indeed doesn't, the postrm should, but only when purging.
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