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El sáb, 16-06-2012 a las 22:07 -0500, Dale escribió:
> Duncan wrote:
> > Looking at the broader picture, the problem of extraneous packages in the
> > world file has always concerned me. If it were to be done over again,
> > and I think Zac would likely agree, emerge would use --oneshot by
> > default, so as not to contaminate the world file unnecessarily. Then
> > there'd be a different option (say -2) to add the package to the world
> > file if that's what was actually intended.
> > That's actually how I have my emerge front-end scriptlets/aliases setup
> > here. -1 is the default; if I want it in the world file I use the *2
> > script variant, which omits the -1.
> > But of course changing behavior in mid-stream doesn't work so well, so
> > emerge continues to stick stuff in the world file by default.
> I added -1 to my make.conf a long time ago. Whenever I emerge something
> and want it in the world file, just use the --select option. If I
> already emerged something but then want to add it to the world file,
> just add the -n option too. That keeps the world file clean and I can
> test things before adding anything to the world file.
> :-) :-)
The problem is that this wouldn't solve the first issue because people
would still need to emerge extra packages with "--select" option if they
don't want to see them going away on next depclean round even if package
that needed them is still installed
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