On Mon, Jun 10, 2002 at 11:46:26PM +0200, Florian Weps wrote: > BTW, does anybody know how for example dbishell manages to be in main, > and still have support specifically for oracle? dbishell's support for Oracle is entirely a case of "If you have it installed, then dbishell supports it" -- you'll notice that it doesn't depend on oracle in any way to work normally, it just happens to know about oracle from the sense of its internal online help and completion driver information. If this still violates policy then I will, of course, split the oracle bits off into contrib -- but that seems pretty pointless since dbishell works fine without oracle. D. -- Daniel Silverstone http://www.digital-scurf.org/ Hostmaster, Webmaster, and Chief Code Wibbler Digital-Scurf Unlimited GPG Public key available from keyring.debian.org KeyId: 20687895 You will be traveling and coming into a fortune.
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