Alexey Ten (Lynn)
alexeyten+deb at gmail.com
Wed Feb 22 16:32:23 UTC 2012
nginx-full and nginx-common are marked autoinstalled, so apt-get
autoremove will remove them as long as you remove nginx.
On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 19:44, Deni Bertović <deni at kset.org> wrote:
> I believe that some corrections need to be made to this package.
> Namely the 'nginx' package contains only the docs (/usr/share/nginx/doc)
> when it should be a meta package aggregating nginx-full and nginx-common.
> "apt-get install nginx" when invoked initially on a clean machine recognizes
> that nginx-full and nginx-common need to be installed and that is fine.
> However, when "apt-get remove nginx" is invoked right after that, it only
> removes the nginx package (the doc package) and leaves nginx-full and
> nginx-common intact and still installed.
> I believe it should remove all of the packages so that when install is
> invoked again it actually re-installs them again.
> Also if the nginx package just contains the docs should it not be named
> nginx-doc? The nginx meta package should then aggregate nginx-full,
> nginx-common and nginx-doc. And when remove is invoked remove them all from
> the system.
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