Re: perlindex debconf usage
Damyan Ivanov <email@example.com> writes:
> What do you think?
> 1) drop debconf, remove the index on purge unconditionally
1) is the best and simplest option. indexes are quite easy to re-build.
This would also make simpler the purge of old indexes. This problem
arise when debian upgraded from perl 5.8 to perl 5.10: all 5.8 modules
were removed but perlindex does not purge the entries when run with
-index option. I had to remove manually the index in /var/cache.
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