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From: R Hill <deemkay@×××××.com>
To: gentoo-dev@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-dev] Re: How well supported is collision-protect?
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 22:51:40
Message-Id: d4rp2k$7q5$
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-dev] How well supported is collision-protect? by Rumen Yotov
1 Rumen Yotov wrote:
2 > Can confirm that (much less collisons with 2005.0), but as there exist
3 > some persistant collisions (nvidia-kernel, alsa-driver, some perl
4 > modules, etc.) So i've put these in package.features/package.env file
5 > (from Portage-Toys tools) to disable "collision-protect" just for them.
6 > Also thinking about again begin using "maketest" and do the same for
7 > failing packages, but not sure as there were quite a bit of packages
8 > that didn't pass the "tests".
10 If you do decide to start using the test feature, i've been using bug
11 #73031 is a tracker for system packages (that is, packages included in
12 'emerge system', not packages in category sys-...). For world packages,
13 you might get a thanks or you might get cussed at and your bug closed as
14 invalid, depending on the maintainer. Best to include patches. ;P
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