Subject: Re: pkgsrc.conf
To: Joerg Sonnenberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Aleksey Cheusov <email@example.com>
Date: 08/16/2007 20:22:31
>> Nobody knows whether it was done manually or automatically, nobody knows
>> it garanteed that pkg-summary.gz is ALWAYS
>> present and is up-to-date most of the time.
> It is for those using pbulk. For the rest it dpends on whether they have
> a current pkg_install. netbsd-4 is good enough, the older not.
Sometimes, people who write documentation of read/verify the code
are more important than whose who write it. "is good enough" for what?
AFAIK Manuel Bouyer still use old bulk build framework.
The same for others.
>> Is there anybody who knows how you/pkgsrc_commiters/netbsd_developers
>> think about binary packages management?
> I *do* care about binary packages. Half of my commits are intended to
> fix issues in that area. I do not (yet) want to be very pushy for other
> bulk builders.
Ok, thank you very much for all your efforts. But how about official
NetBSD Foundation's/commiters' position about binary packages and tools
for managing them? This question is probably not for you personally.
One my friend (FreeBSD user) tells me that building software (always!)
is a BSD-way. I don't believe him ;-)
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