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[2017.7] Back-port PR 50333 to 2017.7 #50590

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Back-port PR #50333 to 2017.7

pkg.installed currently fails when sources is used along with hold: T…
…rue. This was due to a change in #48426 that swapped out sending the pkgs variable for the desired variable instead.  This caused problems with pkg.hold because desired and sources are always populated, and pkg.hold can only include one or the other.  This change just includes desired in the call to pkg.hold since desired has the same value for sources.

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@garethgreenaway garethgreenaway changed the title [2017.7] Back-port PR 50333 to 2018.3 [2017.7] Back-port PR 50333 to 2017.7 Nov 20, 2018


brejoc approved these changes Nov 21, 2018

@garethgreenaway garethgreenaway merged commit 6679242 into saltstack:2017.7 Nov 21, 2018

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