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Re: debian-installer and libraries



On Wed, Dec 04, 2002 at 09:04:32PM -0700, Bruce Sass wrote:
> There seems to be a snag when a developer wants to use a routine not
> in the libc (whatever) udeb.  Delaying the reduction until it is time
> to actually produce a version the must fit on a floppy may make things
> a little easier and speed up development.  Of couse there is a risk

But how would you test stuff without putting it on either floppies, or at
least virtual floppies (e.g. vmware, uml...)? I mean, we do the reduction
when we build the floppy images... One way would be to skip reducing when
building the demo tree, so you'd have full libs when doing make demo, but
before creating the initrd, the libs *must* be reduced!


/Martin

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