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Re: bsdcpio and bsdtar installed by default
Martin Husemann <martin%duskware.de@localhost> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 05, 2008 at 09:53:30AM +0100, Mindaugas Rasiukevicius wrote:
> > So you object to bloat the system with BSD tar and cpio, but OK to do that
> > with bozohttpd? Interesting consistency. :)
> It's obviously different because we didn't have another httpd in base
We do not have many applications for many services, but it does not mean
that we have to add one for each /etc/services line.
Anyway, my point was that argument about "re-bloating" was groundless.
> Minor nit: we are not using gnu tar/cpio.
> I don't understand the whole idea (besides I do not understand the
> advantages of the new stuff well enough) - if we replace tar/pax/cpio with
> the new stuff when it's ready, it will get good testing in -current after
> we branch for 5.0 - but if it is installed under some obscure different
> name, it will not be tested at all, so why import it?
I see. This makes much more sense.
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