Re: Should ucf be of priority required?
On Sat, Dec 05, 2009 at 11:43:28AM -0600, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> This is where things break down. ucf --purge does not do what
> you think it does, it by no means removes the configuration files. You
> remove the configuration files, not ucf.
It seems that I expressed myself unclear, because several people (like
you) read from my sentences that I expect ucf to remove the
configuration files. This is not the case. I perfectly understand what
ucf --purge does.
Actually the point is what a random package should do if it is beeing
purged in order to undo what it has done on installation in the
corner-case when ucf is beeing removed.