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Re: [opensuse] zypper dup very busy defragging btrfs, when there is nobtrfs partition...
On 2018-06-08 04:25, Anton Aylward wrote:
On 07/06/18 10:22 AM, Rodney Baker wrote:
If there is no btrfs partition, I don't understand why btrfs tools should
even
be installed, except that the btrfsprogs package seems to be a dependency
for
GParted (why?), so I can't get rid of them without losing GParted.

Perhaps that too is a bug?

But then ...
On 07/06/18 10:43 AM, Per Jessen wrote:

probably to understand that filesystem?

If that is the case and that is hard wired into GParted then I think there is
a
bug in the architecture of the modularity of GParted. This my be sufficient
but
it it is not necessary.

No, it is a missing feature :-)

The program may be modular and ask you to install other modules at run
time if you request do something on a filesystem that it doesn't support
with the installed software (maybe recommending them at install time),
or may depend on them all at install time.

It is a design choice, not a bug.


Maybe you can install it with broken deps and try. See what happens when
there is a non supported partition type. Does it handle the situation
nicely? Then dependencies can be changed to recommends.

Me, I like it supporting all possible types from the first minute.

--
Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 42.3 x86_64 "Malachite" at Telcontar)

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