Subject: Re: removing RUN_DEPENDS
To: Frederick Bruckman <>
From: Hubert Feyrer <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 02/28/2000 13:18:51
On Mon, 28 Feb 2000, Frederick Bruckman wrote:
> Now that I think about it, there really isn't anything useful there. I
> would want RUN_DEPENDS to hinge on a package, and not a binary. I
> hadn't really thought about it for the BUILD_DEPENDS, but it makes
> sense now that we can use wildcards and dewey depends.

OK, I understand this as "not needed by you".

> > -.if (${DEINSTALLDEPENDS} != "NO")
> > +.if (${DEINSTALLDEPENDS} == "YES")
> Hmmm. This would make "ALL", which is set unconditionally by the
> update target, lie somewhere between NO and YES:
> DEINSTALLDEPENDS=ALL	"pkg_delete -r"
> DEINSTALLDEPENDS=YES	"pkg_delete -r -R" + pkg_delete BUILD_DEPENDS

Someone[tm] should probably s/ALL/SOME/ there. :-)
If the fix works for you, please commit it, I cannot test it.

 - Hubert

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