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[yast-devel] The future of yast2-all-packages
Hi all,

As I have already mentioned during our status call yesterday, I was fixing yast2-schema to build (and build faster) and during code review, Ladislav pointed out that there is an old FIXME in spec file:
# FIXME: drop yast2-all-packages some day

This package, yast2-all-packages, is just a meta-package - expected to contain list of all Yast packages and it does nothing but installing all listed Yast packages. This meta-package is used for yast2-schema, which needs all Yast packages with some AutoYast support. I haven't found anything else though:

So, I propose to drop yast2-all-packages as we have already covered it's functionality elsewhere:

- Automatic build of all Yast packages incl. running test (Jenkins)
- Automatic rebuild in case of change in any package that a particular
Yast package requires (IBS/OBS)
- Overview of which Yast packages are available (PkgManager, GitHub)

Initially, I would have to copy the list of packages from yast2-all-packages to yast2-schema and then drop those without AutoYast support.

Do you see any reason why should we keep it?
Please answer till Thursday 18th.


Lukas Ocilka, Systems Management (Yast) Team Leader
Cloud & Systems Management Department, SUSE Linux
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