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Hello again, all.
Consider a bad package management system... or .. I don't know!
1) Why, if the package P depends on A-1.2.3 and I manually `pkg_add
A-1.2.3_1`, the package P still look for A-1.2.3 and don't want to install?
Suppose version of A-1.2.3_X includes the minor patches to version 1.2.3. So
why such an issue is held?
2) Why If I have pkg_add-ed packages C-1.2.3 and C-1.2.4 and later hoped to
pkg_update C-1.2.4 ....... it found dis-MD5'n in +CONTENTS's files (I
understand why) but deletes any way them and C-1.2.3, then pkg_add (in
script) C-1.2.4,... but _does_not_ resign +REQUIRED_BY file for C-1.2.4 from
C-1.2.3 and does not resample their (pkgs from +REQUIRED_BY) +REQUIRES files?
Or I have wrong seeing of the packages world? Direct me right.
Sorry for *may be* strong speach.
CBuH. CG[CX] XVyGYjau 479001600(at)mail.ru, ICQ#70929413
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