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Bug#421184: updmap machinery is not robust enough

Hi Frank!

On Mon, 30 Apr 2007, Frank Küster wrote:
> On a Debian system, calling updmap(-sys) with --syncwithtrees will print
> a big fat warning and tell you:
>   echo "If you know what you are doing, you can proceed, e.g. in order to compare"
>   echo "the synchronized file with the old generated one."
>   echo ""
>   echo "If you do want to proceed, type 'Yes, I know what I am doing!'."
>   echo "Otherwise, press Enter to abort."
> If you typed "Yes, I know what I am doing!", please don't complain.
> Otherwise don't suggest that this would change anything, it doesn't - it
> just exits.

Really ... didn't check (no linux running), but I searched the source
and didn't find a patch like this.

I added something less strict in one of the last submits ... maybe worth
undoing and really checking ...

Best wishes


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Debian Developer <preining@debian.org>                         Debian TeX Group
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