On Mon, Sep 16, 2002 at 08:31:54AM +0200, Magnus Therning wrote:
> I think they will follow through, actually. At least I haven't had any
> problems when I update mutt (initial emerge was 'USE="-slang" emerge
If this is the case, excellent. :)
I don't have any of my gentoo systems online just now, so forgive me
for asking something I might as well figured out myself, but;
Where are the individual USE flags saved? If they are, that is.
> I don't know 'licq', so I'll have to ask you. Is it possible, when
> building manually, to specify both plugins?
Building licq is normally a two step process. First you build the
'base' and then the plugin you want. I see no reason why it shouldn't
be possible to increase this to three steps, base + two plugins.
> If it is, then it ought to be possible in the ebuild too, if not, well,
> then it's a problem to be solved by the maintainer of 'licq'.
Agreed. But how by using USE flags? Adding a new 'console' flag would
fix this I guess. But as you say, it's up to the current maintainer.
> In the case of vim I think one has to choose, gui or console, and if gui
> then choose exactly one toolkit (gnome/gtk/athena/motif/whatever).
Agreed there too. As long as I don't get the GUI automagically when
upgrading the vim package. :)