I have asked awhile ago via a bug report against ftp.debian.org that the
chris-cust package be removed. The homesite for chris-cust has since been
the Fuller Archives at debs.fuller.edu.
The l function is quite common on other unixes.
In article <email@example.com> you wrote:
: On Tue, Feb 10, 1998 at 07:34:12PM -0500, Raul Miller wrote:
:> Marcus Brinkmann <Marcus.Brinkmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de> wrote:
:> > This is not sufficient. I could easily provide a package (with me as
:> > the upstream maintainer), that includes binaries for all left one, two
:> > and three letter words.
:> Er.. and what functionality would this package provide?
: Don´t bother - I only wanted to proof that an upstream name don´t
: has to be choosen carefully by leading it "ad absurdum".
: See the cris-cust package: It *has* a script "l" and "i" -
: it is left as an exercise to the reader what functionality this
: package provides.
: I don´t want to imply that this makes sense, I actually find it
: quite stupid, so we mustn´t follow upstream authors who choose
: "B" as a name.
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