I would like to be able to specify additional options to affect the specific behaviour of a packages promsie using the apt_get package_module
For example I might want to use a specific CaPath when invoking apt-get.
Or I might want to ensure that I have a locally cached package but not necessarily installed.
Note: Users doing this may want to create a custom package_module and set default options so that the setting can easily be applied to many promises at once. The current implementation will require that the package module is duplicated or symlinked to a name that matches the package_module body. See CFE-2103 for more details.
Some apt-get options should be prefixed with -o like -o https::CaPath=/usr/local/etc/myCa, others should not like -b and -c. Some options have arguments like -c /path/to/file or -c=/path/to/file but others like -m do not.
Should users have to specify this when using options:
Or should that be magically handled by the package_module itself?