Re: build depends on kernel-headers
>>"Sam" == Sam Hartman <email@example.com> writes:
Sam> We are making active decisions related to this problem. Ben is
Sam> actively removing headers not used by libc6-dev;
For what it is worth, I do not agree with this process. I
still think that libc-dev should come with a snapshot of the full
linux headers, though I do see Ben's point in reducing the usage of
Sam> there may be other things happening as well related to these issues.
Sam> If this has the net effect that I as an end user find I can't build
Sam> significant sets of software on Debian without significant effort,
Sam> but I can build the same software on a distribution that isn't as
Sam> agressive at being correct with its libc, then we have not served our
Sam> user community. We do need to encourage people to transition, but we
Sam> do not want to do so in a manner that causes people to get the
Sam> impression that Debian is less functional for their needs.
I would lean towards correctness rather than popularity. If I
wanted a popular, shoddy system, I would stay with windows. If
people are going to be making decisions on shallow reasons like those
you menti0on, I am not sure I want them using Debian; our support
structure is trained enough as it is.
I'm thinking about DIGITAL READ-OUT systems and computer-generated
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