Re: Planning new virtual packages for hamm
Brian White writes:
> Off hand, I don't think it would be worth creating a seperate package
> just for "debugfs". I think there is a point where making the granularity
> any finer doesn't really accomplish anything.
> Would breaking out libss and debugfs accomplish enough to be worth the
That's not only for debugfs.
Separating an e2fsprogs-base from e2fsprogs would allow boot-floppies
guys to get some more place on them. I somehow discussed this with
Enrique, and he ack'ed my list of candidate binaries for
e2fsprogs-base, but that was only after the freeze...
> I'm not really informed enough about these packages to make judgements
> on this. Wanting to be able to interchange other libraries is a good
> arguement for the split. It may be possible to include other libraries
> into the existing monolithic package, much as (I believe) netbase includes
> many little packages in one.
I'm not really sure I understand what you're saying here... could you
please reword ?
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