On Fri, Oct 31, 2003 at 01:54:26AM +1000, Anthony Towns wrote: [...] I see... In the end there is no way to rely on a non-essential package in the purge phase... > > Why not just have zopectl store the location in some fixed file that > > zope's postrm reads? > > Or have "prerm remove" run zopectl and save the output somewhere in /var, > and "postrm purge" delete the stuff listed in that file, then delete > that file? I don't like this kind of solutions, but it seems that i've not many choices. Now i wander, wouldn't it be a good wishlist to have a way to tell dpkg to remove a package A after B has been purged? Post-Depends? Are there any other packages with a situation similar to Zope? ciao, -- Luca - De Whiskey's - De Vitis | Elegant or ugly code as well aliases: Luca ^De [A-Z][A-Za-z\-]*[iy]'\?s$ | as fine or rude sentences have Luca, a wannabe ``Good guy''. | something in common: they local LANG="it_IT@euro" | don't depend on the language.
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