On Friday, June 14, 2013 9:14:07 AM UTC-5, jcbollinger wrote:
Nevertheless, if it is not feasible for you to determine up front all the
packages your apps may be using or may want to use, then you can get by
with a smaller list, consisting of just the union of those packages
currently installed and those you want to be installed.

Do note, by the way, that this general approach of relying on a dynamic,
client-supplied list of packages that may need to be removed is inherently
more risky than one based on a centrally managed, static list of packages.
If your custom fact malfunctions (or is subverted) then you could end up
removing packages you did not intend to remove, including packages
essential to the client's operation.


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