Removing directories in postrm ?
A few of python's postinst scripts byte-compile the source files they
install. The byte-compiled files are to be removed by the postrm scripts
(a script removes all byte-compiled files where sources can't be found).
Now if the python package had created a new directory, this directory is
not empty until after postrm and won't be removed therefore.
Should I keep this procedure and perhaps try to remove the directory in
postrm with something like "(rmdir /usr/lib/python1.5/lib-tk 2>/dev/null
|| true)" ? The user still will get a warning about the non-empty
Should I come up with a solution that tries to remove the byte-compiled
files in the prerm ? (I had to keep track of the files that were created
Or should I include the byte-compiled files in the packages ?
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