ObListPolicy: I'm not subscribed to debian-bsd, please Cc: me in all replies that you think may concern me. On Thu, 2003-12-11 at 23:39, Joel Baker wrote: > For the porting effort formerly known as "Debian GNU/NetBSD" or "Debian > GNU NetBSD/i386", the following four identifiers will be used: > > 1) 'uname -s' will be 'NetBSD' (this is unchanged). > > 2) 'uname -v' will have the name 'Debian' in it at an appropriate place, > so that it is possible to determine a full set of system information > solely from uname. (This is somewhat flexible due to possible changes > in the NetBSD implementation of the concept of 'vendor'). > > 3) The GNU config triple will have '-netbsd-gnu' as it's third part. > (This is unchanged - and don't blame me for a 4-part triplet. I didn't > start it, merely maintained consistancy with -linux-gnu). > > 4) The Debian port name will become 'Debian GNU/KLNetBSD(i386)'. > > ----- > >  i386 target, Kernel+Libc of NetBSD, GNU userland, Debian distribution > > I'm not entirely certain what else, if anything, is required to make these > changes (except updating the web pages, which will obviously have to wait > until the normal method of doing so has been restored), since the origional > decision on the port name was relatively informal. > There might be some changes required to autotools-dev and libtool to support this platform, depending how they currently decide what makes -netbsd-gnu. Scott -- Have you ever, ever felt like this? Had strange things happen? Are you going round the twist?
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