On Tue, Dec 24, 2002 at 11:46:16AM -0500, Stephen Frost wrote: > Hey all, > > Manoj, Matt Zimmerman and I discussed on IRC the possibility of > changing the default behaviour of kernel-package with regard to the > 'patch_the_kernel' option. At the moment the default is > 'patch_the_kernel = no' which means that make-kpkg will never patch > the kernel, regardless of command-line options and such. The > default behaviour that makes sense to me, and probably some others, is > 'patch_the_kernel = auto', which means that the kernel is patched when > make-kpkg is called with '--added-patches'. I am surprised that this isn't already the case. I'd expect from any unixish tool that command-line options always override configuration settings, at least as long as defaults go. Please do change this. -- wouter at grep dot be "Human knowledge belongs to the world" -- From the movie "Antitrust"
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