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Re: Relevance of unzoo?

This one time, at band camp, Adrian Bunk said:
> On Wed, May 11, 2005 at 12:39:04PM +0200, Thomas Schoepf wrote:
> > Hi,
> Hi Thomas,
> > how important is it to have unzoo, now that zoo is in main?
> > unzoo is only able to list and extract files, not to add new ones.
> the functionality of unzoo is a subset of the functionality of zoo?
> In this case a dropping of unzoo seems reasonable.
> But the packages clamav and amavis-ng do recommend the unzoo package. 
> However they use it (I havn't checked) they should be converted to use 
> the zoo package before the unzoo package gets removed.

Command line arguments are hard coded in the csae of clamav, at least,
I'm afraid.  This is of course changeable, but it will mean a new upload
(and a new upstream just came out today - blech).

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