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Re: Using packages.conf.d for Haskell libraries


Am Dienstag, den 21.04.2009, 12:01 +0300 schrieb Kari Pahula:
> I'd say that using that is much simpler than either calling ghc-pkg in
> individual postinst/postrm or using triggers in the ghc6 package.
> packages.conf.d is already supported by both ghc and ghc-pkg.


> Also, I'd like to move packages.conf to /var/lib/ghc-$version/ in the
> next version.  IMHO, it's more of a /var than a /usr thing.

Why should it be /var? These files are not supposed to be modified,
right? I’d expect them to be in /usr, just as the .haddock files are


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