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Parameterize the deb "Priority" #232

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miketheman opened this Issue Jun 2, 2012 · 2 comments

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miketheman commented Jun 2, 2012

According to Debian Packaging priority, a given package can be set to pretty much any priority.

Allow for a paramater to specify that this package is optional vs the default of extra.

Possibly, even allow any level, since some may repackage system-level packages and want them to behave the same way.

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jordansissel commented Aug 25, 2012

--deb-priority is in master with tests; will show up in the next fpm release!

Thanks for the suggestion :)

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