Re: Always run dpkg --dry-run -i before running dpkg -i!
On 10161 March 1977, William Ballard wrote:
>> Er, huh? I don't see what problem you are describing.
>> What *exactly* is the issue you have?
> Packages that generate packages as output that have
> dependencies the original package does not have.
> The resulting output may be uninstallable.
> The rationale is some people just want to build them.
> But the package doesn't give me any clue that I'm
> about to shoot myself in the foot.
Sorry, but a package can't install a brain.
It builds a new package, so you look at that one before you do
anything. Where is the problem?
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