cvs commit: src/usr.sbin/sysinstall main.c
alfred at freebsd.org
Tue May 1 01:39:26 UTC 2007
Using the strategy "commit to -current then suffer the fallout"
is pretty bogus.
I don't understand why some form of compatibility or #define wasn't
thought out before hand.
This stands out like "fixing select" to record time elapsed into
the timevals, POSIX'ly correct, but incorrect for FreeBSD, without
* Andrey Chernov <ache at FreeBSD.org> [070430 18:07] wrote:
> On Tue, May 01, 2007 at 04:59:42AM +0400, Roman Kurakin wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Since there is some noise around this, could we just scream for a while
> > that code should be fixed but allow it to still work? After some time than
> > the majority of the buggy code will be fixed we will stick to the std
> > behavior? IMHO this will be less painful.
> Nice idea, but depends of amount of problem reports I'll got. If the
> number will be small, there is no pain to be std. After my last commit I
> not get any report yet (excepting unclear "some two ports", without
> BTW, screaming can be only for args checking. For putenv() right or
> wrong usage can't be detected inside lib.
- Alfred Perlstein
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