I'm wondering what causes triggers to run.
Specifically, it seems that a trigger only runs if the watched files/dirs
are changed *by another package*.
Is this expected behavior, or a case of a situation not being expected?
(Or is it simply that the trigger does not exist during the package
In case you're wondering what I'm trying to do:
I've built ted with both GTK (/usr/bin/Ted) and Motif (/usr/bin/Ted.motif)
I'd like the Motif version to automatically get a link to it if there's
not already a /usr/bin/Ted binary.
This should happen even if I do
apk add ted
apk add ted-motif
apk del ted
I've been trying to do this thus:
ted-motif provides ted
ted-motif has a trigger watching /usr/bin/Ted*
The trigger never goes off.
Experimenting, I see that "provides=$PKG" doesn't work like I thought;
it results in $PKG being replaced.
So it should work to simply install Ted.motif as Ted.
Received on Fri Jan 22 2016 - 20:39:43 GMT