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yacs - make

It seems that with all the changes that have taken place
over the last N months, that the "master" file that is
supplied with YACS, is woefully out of date.  

Not so much for the i386 arch, but things like liblockfile0
having been replaced by liblockfile1, ncurses, libstdc++2.10,
gnome, e, and others...

After playing with YACS for a bit, it seems that if one
runs:"make correctstatus" several times, it seems to 
build a more current view of the local archive, than when 
using "make status" , or "make potato_status", as they
seem to use older static data files.

Is there a down side to this that I don't see?


Jim Westveer <jwest@netnw.com>
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