Re: Discriminating between install after purge and install from state rc?
Adeodato Simó <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> So I can be wrong, but for me, the classification needed in postinst
> would be only two-way, not three way.
> Please let me know if three-way
> classification can be relevant under some circumstances. Just to
> mention it for completeness sake, the arguments to postinst give such
> information like this:
> postinst with $1 == configure
> (a) if $2 == "" ==> coming from purged: can create file
> (b) if $2 != "" ==> coming from installed (at version $2)
> or 'rc' (with $2 being the last version):
Literally, $2 is "most-recently-configured-version". I read this as
"none if there is no configured version", but it might as well mean
"none only if there never *was* a configured version". This is why I
thought I needed to discriminate.
Note that I unsubscribed from all Debian lists for a while, so please Cc
me if you think that it's not sufficient for me to look it up in the
archive in a couple of weeks.
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