Undo "Remove incorrect warning"
package()is only useful for split packaging. You should not do this for single packages, even if you know the dependencies are run time only.
I believe this warning is valid. Sure makepkg will allow you to override the depends on a singular package. But I don't think this is recommended at all and is a needless complication.
Without the warning, clarifying that depends inside of
package() are run time only might give readers that this should be done any time they have run time only depends but that is not the case.
Morganamilo (talk) 21:40, 9 June 2018 (UTC)
- It is also perfectly acceptable when repackaging pre-built binaries. Putting this restriction in here has no basis in fact and is just plain wrong.
- Scimmia (talk) 21:45, 9 June 2018 (UTC)
- Alright if that's the case I guess the warning was overkill. I still would like to see at least a note of some sort saying that you don't need to go separating the make only and run only dependencies. It is perfectly acceptable to put run time deps in the global depends.