This is a discussion on Re: x11-themes/linux-hicolor-icon-theme fails to install ifsysutils/linux-nero - FreeBSD ; Quoting "John Hein" (from Fri, 19 Sep 2008 08:36:37 -0600): > > While I'm not sure this is the right fix, making sysutils/linux-nero's > > RUN_DEPEND on x11-themes/linux-hicolor-icon-theme will fix this. > > Won't that cause the linux-nero port to ...
Quoting "John Hein"
(from Fri, 19 Sep 2008 08:36:37 -0600):
> > While I'm not sure this is the right fix, making sysutils/linux-nero's
> > RUN_DEPEND on x11-themes/linux-hicolor-icon-theme will fix this.
> Won't that cause the linux-nero port to install it's icon files into
> /usr/local/share/icons (through the sym link), but leave the plist
> relative to LINUXBASE?
> The problem is that linux-hicolor-icon-theme assumes it owns
> everything under share/icons/hicolor.
I would expect this behavior. The question is if this is bad or not. I
don't doubt that it is not clean from the style point of view, but I
would expect that the files are correctly removed on deinstall of nero.
> Has anyone ever considered using unionfs for /compat/linux/usr/share?
> One problem I can see is that 'share' is not the only directory
> that should be shared. etc?
It is not shared via the symlink directly, it's shared by the nature
of the linuxulator to fall through to the FreeBSD path if the
/compat/linux/ one is not there. So there's already some sort of
unionfs there, just not with the complete unionfs semantics.
> I'm not sure unionfs is up to the job, but I'm wondering if any has
> considered it or even tried it.
I haven't. I'm not aware of anyone who has.
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