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On Thursday 23 Sep 2004 03:56, Colin Kingsley wrote:
> Ths sounds usefull, but similar to package.cflags and a few other
Except, this isn't exactly a build time thing.. if package.cflags (hmm) went
wrong/bad/whatever, you might get a broken updated 'thing', due to build
errors. Ehm, anyway.. wrong, wrong, place for it, imo. ;-)
> probably takes alot of work to implement and doesnt benefit
> enough users to justify it.
Not much work, ~50 lines now and sorta working. :-)
> But if I'm wrong, then awesome, this sounds cool.
Well, one way it sits on my space and a few use it, other way it goes into
portage and maybe a few more use it and benefit from it. Who knows...
beu on irc.freenode.net/savannah.[non]gnu.org
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