Re: The trigger in your Debian packages
On Fri, Jun 03, 2011 at 10:24:23AM +0200, Raphael Hertzog wrote:
> 1/ If your package uses the "interest" directive in the triggers files,
> is it important that the "triggering" packages that activate your triggers
> be considered as not configured (and thus not satisfying dependencies)
> until the trigger has been processed?
The PDL package uses the trigger to keep its internal documentation index and
the HTML documentation up-to-date. There are some submodules available as
separate packages, which need to be included in the doc index.
The case is similar to the info/man cases -> 'no'.
> 2/ If your package uses the "activate" directive, is it important that
> your package be considered as not configured (and thus not satisfying
> dependencies) until the trigger has been processed?
There is no 'activate' directives in PDLs trigger file.