Surely not, as far as I know, generally it is unnacceptable for one
package to modify files of another package.
Yes, it could be done, but no, it wouldn't be in the package to my
knowledge to patch anaconda and flags.py.
I think this is what you are asking.
I know this because of the ongoing things with Livna's ati-fglrx and
nvidia-glx packages, and the xorg-x11-Mesa-libGL package in Base.
Plus, I, personally would not want a package to modify any files from
another package because:
1) This would cause rpm -qV <package> to come up with status of
something has been changed.
2) If those files were for another purpose on the machine, you wouldn't
know it unless %post spammed your terminal :-P
which is also unacceptable.
Ultimately to answer your question, no, the package wouldn't involve
patching of Anaconda files on installation.
Any constructive critisizm?
Greg DeKoenigsberg wrote:
Does this package presume that you've already patched Anaconda? Surely
you're not having the package step on Anaconda. :)
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