Subject: Re: /usr/lib
To: Eric Delcamp <e.delcamp@wanadoo.fr>
From: Eric Delcamp <e.delcamp@wanadoo.fr>
List: current-users
Date: 05/14/1999 19:18:11
Hi !

Thinking more deeply, I think that a script (or anything else) that could do
upgrading is the best way. This script should verify version numbers of
important files (like some in /etc), saying if these or these program has
moved, listing files would could be deleted, etc...
With that, anyone could upgrade from 1.xx to 1.4 and get a CLEAN 1.4
release.

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De : Eric Delcamp <e.delcamp@wanadoo.fr>
 : NetBSD current users <current-users@netbsd.org>
Date : jeudi 13 mai 1999 19:48
Objet : /usr/lib


>Hi !
>
>- There are lots of libs in /usr/lib, obsolete or not (if you run current,
>you could get 8 differents versions of the same library). How to make a
>clean /usr/lib dir ?
>- In the same manner, some programs are also rather old, or are never used
>any more. We need a script to make a cleanup when updating from 1.3 to 1.4,
>for example.