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Re: lirc systemd packaging

]] Simon McVittie 

> I'm not sure that nosh should claim to support systemd units if it
> doesn't either support tmpfiles.d, or depend on a standalone
> implementation of the tmpfiles.d "protocol" (that is guaranteed to be
> run before systemd units with DefaultDependencies=yes). The tmpfiles.d
> mechanism is rather simple, and the ability to assume that tmpfiles.d
> entries are supported is one of the factors that contributes to systemd
> units being simple and declarative.

tmpfiles.d is something I think non-systemd init systems should adopt.
The number of ways people have gotten creating a directory in /run in
initscripts wrong is surprisingly high.

Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are

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