cvs commit: src/gnu/usr.bin Makefile
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Fri Aug 5 19:30:49 GMT 2005
In message <200508051428.19181.jhb at FreeBSD.org>, John Baldwin writes:
>> >I have an objections. rcs is useful thing for various administrative
>> >tasks as well (i.e. keeping track of config file revisions), therefore
>> >it is not quite a "toolchain" thing.
>> You are free to keep local patches.
>You could always change this to NO_RCS instead and just add that to your
>nanobsd config file. Maybe a NO_SCM that turns off both rcs and cvs?
Ideally we would have NO_FOO for any program FOO, but that would be
totally unmanageable, so the idea has been to use functional
categories rather than per program.
If this is really a big deal for people I'll make it NO_RCS, but I think
we're discussion paint again now.
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