Re: exim4-config and exim4-base installed on systems with non-exim-MTA
* Tore Anderson
| * Marc Haber
| > The way -config does the configuration is something that is questioned
| > by a lot of people. Most conservative eximists hate the configuration
| > being split out in several files,
| Absolutely, this is a slight convenience for the packagers which causes
| a major inconvenience to the users. Well, in my opinion anyway.
It also makes it possible for packages such as clamav, spamassassin
and mailman to seamlessly drop in support in a fairly clean way.
| The Apache 2 packages does much of the same, sadly.
For the same reason, mostly. If you want to get a headache some day,
please take a look at apacheconfig (it's part of the apache package)
in woody. It tries to maintain the httpd.conf file.
Tollef Fog Heen ,''`.
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are : :' :