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Ok, with shame I think I can say I learned something. Since progressive
inherits from macos I consider it to be wrong to have collision-protect
USE flags in the macos/use.mask file. Instead they should go into the
macos/10./use.mask files. I corrected this issue already in CVS.
If someone still has some nice comment on this, please say so.
> Ok, so I found that there is
> all three included nano before my commit.
> profiles/default-darwin/macos/package.mask contained a version numbered
> nano, the 10.3 and 10.4 profiles a generic nano mask (ie. it always
> What's the difference here exactly? And why isn't the macos one used
> for packages that are evil on OSX *any version*, and the 10.4 and 10.3
> ones for more selective stuff?
> I might miss something here, but if I don't I'd like to move all common
> stuff in 10.4 and 10.3 down to macos, as it greatly improves readability
> and greatly improves the use of the great inheritance structure provided
> by the profiles...
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