Documentation says "for all installed packages that contained...", nowhere does 
it say installed in *this* transaction.

The "obvious" reason(s) for the behavior is that when installing the package 
containing the trigger, you want to get it to do its thing on the packages that 
are already installed. And when the file containing the trigger is erased, 
it'll undo it's thing. On upgrades of the package containing the trigger you'd 
want to rerun the script because it might contain fixes / new behaviors that 
the old one did not.

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