Bug#504880: Disambiguate "installed" for packages
On Sun, Aug 15, 2010 at 03:24:59PM -0500, Jonathan Nieder wrote:
> > As Steve pointed out, this is generally going to be a no-op, since if
> > you're cleaning something up in postrm, you probably already depended on
> > it because you're using it in postinst.
> Example where it is not a no-op: doc-base
> In that example, neither Recommends nor Depends is appropriate, true.
This is an obsolete example, doc-base now uses a trigger as it ought to and
the install-docs command is now a no-op (+ a warning message) when called
from a maintainer script. :-)
Do you have an example of using Suggests: in this way that *shouldn't* be
converted to a trigger instead?
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