some languages are more equal that others ?
vd at FreeBSD.org
Mon Sep 18 06:13:38 PDT 2006
On Mon, Sep 18, 2006 at 04:45:13PM +0400, Sergei Vyshenski wrote:
> Dear port experts,
> Being a maintainer of the port security/p5-openxpki,
> I have got a message from the robot of Mark Linimon, which
> marked my port "broken" because my pkg-plist has lines:
> @dirrmtry share/locale/de_DE/LC_MESSAGES
> @dirrmtry share/locale/de_DE
> @dirrmtry share/locale/en_GB/LC_MESSAGES
> @dirrmtry share/locale/en_GB
> Robot was not happy with my attempt to erase _empty_ directories
> related to en_GB language during deinstalling of the port :
> === Checking filesystem state
> list of files present before this port was installed but missing after it
> was deinstalled)
> ./usr/local/share/locale/en_GB missing
> ./usr/local/share/locale/en_GB/LC_MESSAGES missing
> build of /usr/ports/security/p5-openxpki ended at Fri Sep 8 01:31:16 UTC
> But it was ok with the robot to erase directories related to de_DE language.
> Could you please let me know policy of FreeBSD about respecting different
> language settings.
> Shall I include @dirrmtry for all languages except of en_GB?
> What would happen if robot runs at a host with different set of
> locale-related empty directories?
> Does port maintenance toolkit has a mean to find out, which locale-related
> empty directories existed on the host before port installation begins?
> Also. Do you think it is a good idea to let a robot mark ports "broken"
> because of non technical issue, but rather because of poorly defined
> political issue?
Take a look at /etc/mtree/BSD.local.dist, you should not attempt to
delete directories listed there and should delete all directories that
are not listed there and are installed by your port.
gro.DSBeerF at dv
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