On Fri, 29 Oct 1999, Branden Robinson wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 29, 1999 at 11:44:40AM +0200, Santiago Vila wrote:
> > "If your script works with `ash', it's probably POSIX compliant, [...]"
> > An ash which is restrictive in which it accepts helps to indentify
> > non-POSIX-conformant shell scripts more than one which is not so
> > restrictive.
> It is not ash's job to be a POSIX shell script validation suite.
Well, it is not dpkg's job to be a validation suite for duplicated files
in Debian packages, however --force-overwrite is turned off by default
during unstable and everybody agrees this is a good thing.
If there were too many packages having duplicated files, we would probably
turn --force-overwrite on by default during unstable, I agree, and I'm
glad the ash maintainer decided to postpone this change for now, but the
only difference here seems to be the number of packages affected.
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