On Fri, Aug 03, 2012 at 10:49:44AM -0700, Jesse Keating wrote:
That said, I think when I originally coded pungi, I wanted - to work
just like how anaconda does it. Don't include it, but allow it to be
brought in via deps. Because %packages can have --exclude statements it
is easy to fully exclude something from being brought in.
If that's not how pungi is currently working, sounds like either a bug
or a feature change after I stopped maintaining it.
That's not how pungi is currently working, a "minus-package" seems to
unconditionally exclude the package.
I don't see what the --exclude statement would do in %packages in a
kickstart file. It is also not listed in the anaconda documentation:
However, the "minus-package" statement is (for anaconda) described as
"You can also specify which packages not to install from the default
which is certainly not how pungi is handling it now.
I think I'll file a bug and see what the pungi maintainers think.
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