Re: Debconf Templates Style Guide
Scripsit Matt Zimmerman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Of course it would, and I would never recommend doing so.
So instead you're recommending an approach that forces the user to
choose *before* reconfiguring between
a) not being told what the maintainer thought was a sensible default
b) not being told how he has currently configured the package
I don't see why that would help anyone.
> No, you don't. You just need a command line option to dpkg-reconfigure
> which says to forget the current/previous configuration.
Which is not terribly helpful to a user who wants to make an informed
choice *between* the safe default and his own prior customizations.
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