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Re: X Strike Force SVN commit: rev 183 - in branches/4.3.0/sid/debian: . patches

>>>>> In <[🔎] 20030613014412.GA736@aragorn> 
>>>>>	Robert Millan <zeratul2@wanadoo.es> wrote:
>> On Fri, Jun 13, 2003 at 09:27:31AM +0900, ISHIKAWA Mutsumi wrote:
>> > >>>>> In <[🔎] 20030612222214.GB542@aragorn> 
>> > >>>>>	Robert Millan <zeratul2@wanadoo.es> wrote:
>> > 
>> > >> btw, if someone is going to fix gnu.cf, please consider splitting it
>> > >> into a gnu-common.cf file so that it can be shared with gnu-freebsd.cf
>> > >> (see the header comments in patch #820)
>> > 
>> >  I just wrote same idea into my TODO list
>> > (xfree86/people/ishikaawa/TODO).
>> > 
>> >  I'm planning to work for this hack on this weekend :-)

>> glad to hear that!

>> after looking at your TODO, i have a pair of comments on your plan:

>> - i think site.def is a more adequate place for debian-specific stuff
>>   see what the upstream docs say about site.def (INSTALL-X.org, section 3.5)

 I don't think so.
 site.def uses site local specific setting.
 Distribution common settings should not into this file.

>> - you're moving stuff into debian.cf that isn't actualy debian-specific.
>>   when i said "gnu-common.cf" i meant stuff common to GNUish systems
>>   (mostly related to Glibc and userland), but not debian-specific. [1]
>> I think we should take care to do these modifications in a way that they are
>> acceptable for upstream. So if you split into gnu-common.cf the common
>> stuff that isn't debian-specific, and into debian.cf (or site.def) the
>> debian-specific stuff, we'd just have to send gnu-common.cf to upstream
>> and maintain debian.cf/site.def in debian.

 Please define `waht is GNUish system' and `waht is GNUish systems
common stuff', I can not image them.

 Currently linux.cf already have Distribution specific part,
and most of all of entries are shared linux.cf and gnu.cf, netbsd.cf
and gfbsd.cf. So, I'll happy to split off them to common file easy to
maintain them. 

 <ishikawa@netvillage.co.jp>, <ishikawa@linux.or.jp>, <ishikawa@debian.org>

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