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From: Barry.SCHWARTZ@...
Subject: Re: Update config files
Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2006 15:49:30 -0600
Nuitari <nuitari@...> skribis:
> >What's the best way to update config files?  I am a big fan of RH's method of dealing with them, and can't stand the way 
> >Debian does it, so how do the majority of Gentoo users manage their config files?
> 
> with etc-update

I'm using cfg-update (with Meld) for the 64-bit stuff and etc-update
for the 32-bit chroot. Plus sometimes by hand (after locating with
etc-update or cfg-update), usually using Emacs emerge mode (no
relation to portage).

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