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    Command:

    deb-triggers

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           triggers
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           A  package  declares its relationship to some trigger(s) by including a
           triggers file in its control archive (i.e. DEBIAN/triggers during pack-
           age creation).
    
           This  file  contains  directives,  one  per  line. Leading and trailing
           whitespace and everything after  the  first  #  on  any  line  will  be
           trimmed, and empty lines will be ignored.
    
           The trigger control directives currently supported are:
    
                interest trigger-name
    
                interest-noawait trigger-name
    
                Specifies that the package is interested in the named trigger. All
                triggers in which a package is interested  must  be  listed  using
                this directive in the triggers control file. The "noawait" variant
                does not put the triggering packages  in  triggers-awaited  state.
                This should be used when the functionality provided by the trigger
                is not crucial.
    
                activate trigger-name
    
                activate-noawait trigger-name
    
                Arranges that changes to this package's state  will  activate  the
                specified  trigger.  The trigger will be activated at the start of
                the following operations: unpack, configure, remove (including for
                the benefit of a conflicting package), purge and deconfigure.  The
                "noawait" variant does not put the triggering  packages  in  trig-
                gers-awaited  state.  This  should  be used when the functionality
                provided by the trigger is not crucial.
    
                If this package disappears during the unpacking of another package
                the  trigger  will  be  activated  when the disappearance is noted
                towards the end of the unpack. Trigger processing, and  transition
                from  triggers-awaited  to  installed, does not cause activations.
                In the case of unpack, triggers mentioned in both the old and  new
                versions of the package will be activated.
    
           Unknown  directives are an error which will prevent installation of the
           package.
    
           The "-noawait" variants are only supported by dpkg 1.16.1 or newer, and
           will  lead to errors if used with an older dpkg. It is thus recommended
           to add a "Pre-Depends: dpkg (>= 1.16.1)" to any package  that  wish  to
           use those directives.
    
    
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