Added by semyers over 5 years ago
Include "TS_TRUEINSTALL" as a valid package state
When installing or updating packages in a consumer, pulp inspects the yum transaction report to decide how to report its actions in the task result. pulp was excluding the "TS_TRUEINSTALL" state, which yum uses as the state of a transaction that updated or installed one of the special packages that can be installed multiple times, such as the kernel.
Including (or rather, not excluding) that state in pulp's transaction reporting lets those packages be included in pulp's task results.