In pacman.conf it would be useful to add a NoExtractWhitelist= or NoExtractException= directive.
NoExtract = usr/share/locale/* NoExtractException = usr/share/locale/en_US/*
The use case I have in mind for this is the /usr/share/locale/ directory.
On my laptop I have no problem with this directory, but I install arch to usb keys and optical media frequently and
it would be good to be able to blacklist the the 100MB+ and ~2500 files that I don't use w/o having to add every locale
other than my own to the NoExtract line.
Last edited by techryda (2012-10-01 13:05:34)
Please submit feature requests to the Bug tracker. No one will see it here.
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Is the problem with extra I/O on the USB or taking up that 100 MB? https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php … 4#p1165054
Last edited by karol (2012-10-01 13:29:41)
@loafer: Will do
@karol: With USB media it's the I/O I'm trying to avoid, with optical its the size because I'm running from RAM
Isn't it possible to purge the unwanted locales before burning the CD?
The optical media isn't really my concern, shouldn't have mentioned it. I mainly care about wear and copy speed on my flash drives
Just filed FS#31749
Last edited by techryda (2012-10-01 13:51:06)