On Wed, 29 May 2013 16:32:05 -0400
Bill Nottingham <notting(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Recently landed in yum/anaconda is the ability for an installation
> environment's add-on groups to be selected by default when that
> environment is selected for installation.
> (related to https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=924061
> This is done by changing the option entry in comps from:
> <groupid default="true">foo</groupid>
> I'm sending this to the spins sigs, because certain spins might
> want to change their environment that's used by anaconda to take
> advantage of this. For example, the XFCE spin includes the
> @xfce-apps and @xfce-media groups as part of their mandatory groups;
> they could be moved to just being default options. Similarly, the
> LXDE spin could mark some of their options (lxde-apps, lxde-office,
> etc) to be selected by default when LXDE is selected.
So, this works for any groups?
Or only things in optionlist ?
Ie, to make the Xfce change you suggest I would need to move those
groups out of grouplist and put them under optionlist?
Correct, it's only for groups in the optionlist - all the groups in
the main grouplist are still considered mandatory.