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      docs: fix seriously dangerous download instructions for Arch Linux · 78774647
      Eli Schwartz 提交于
      The current instructions tell users to perform two actions:
      - update the package database
      - install the jq package
      
      The only thing users need to or should be doing is actually installing
      the jq package -- regardless of which version is being installed.
      Guidelines on how to perform system updates are massively out of scope.
      
      In the case of partially performing a system update as a prerequisite
      for installing jq, the official guidance from Arch Linux is not to do
      this: partial updates are not supported, we refuse to support them, and
      anyone who does try to perform them anyway is assumed to know so much
      about their system that they clearly do not ever need help from anyone
      else (which is a good thing since they won't get it). The result is a
      frankensteined system that can only ever be supported by the person who
      frankensteined it to begin with. The only reason the package manager
      even allows it to occur in the first place is because other
      distributions using pacman might have different LTS policies, and
      because it would prevent expert users from being in control of their
      system, as per the traditional Unix philosophy:
      
      "Unix was not designed to stop you from doing stupid things, because
      that would also stop you from doing clever things."
      
      Consequences of performing partial updates without understanding the
      ramifications in extensive detail can include breaking the partially
      updated application (jq), breaking any application that shares a mutual
      dependency with the partially updated application (which jq is *lucky*
      to only depend on the ever-backwards-compatible glibc), or breaking the
      entire operating system by leaving armed traps behind for the next time
      a `pacman -S new-package` is executed and thereby breaks *its* cascading
      dependencies.
      
      See:
      https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/System_maintenance#Partial_upgrades_are_unsupported
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      clarify filter usage · 8d9817d2
      Helmut K. C. Tessarek 提交于
      The current paragraph is not complete, since a digit is not a special character.
      
      Changing it to:
      
          If the key contains special characters or starts with a digit,
          you need to surround it with double quotes like this:
          `."foo$"`, or else `.["foo$"]`.
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