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re: Debian 0.91 fsstnd and documentation

Ian A Murdock <imurdock@shell.portal.com> Wrote:
| Speaking of the source tree, do you think there will be a 
| revolt if I
| re-release the entire binary set?  I want to upload the 
| sources this
| time around, and I want to be able to say that the sources 
| compiled
| the binaries.  I know that there has been an excessive 
| amount of re-
| releases as of late, but hell, this _is_ still BETA 
| software. :)
| Ian

Well, last time I check, you will still the distribution maintainer, 
Ian, so you should be able to do what you want. :-)

No, I think it would be wise to re-release the binaries to synch with 
the new source tree.  There have been a lot of little changes in a few 
packages, and this would insure the binaries are up to date.  That is, 
if you have everything setup so all you have to do is type:
	make installall
at the top level and the world as we know it gets recompiled and 
installed.  If not, just ship it to us. :-)

Donald Harper
Consultant for North American Information Systems, Compaq Computers
Email: Donald=Harper%NA%Contractors@bangate.compaq.com
Voice Mail: (713) 374-6480     I do not speak for Compaq or Anatech

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