Re: Bug#201023: dosemu: purging doesmu wipes out all user data
* Samium Gromoff <firstname.lastname@example.org> [030721 10:57]:
> I think the issue can be addressed by a finer file classification.
> It seems to me its a classical case of not-enough-information.
> 1. data/exec files
> 2. default/generated config files
> 3. _user_modified_ config files
> The whole issue seem to be caused by the fact we do not distinguish
> between 2 and 3.
> For instance i believe we should clearly remove 2 and keep 3.
I do not think this would make much sense in my eyes. If I want
configuration removed, I use --purge. Thus after purge and install
I have the default back. On the other hand if I want to keep something,
then the last working configuration. Including default files.
Bernhard R. Link
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