cvs commit: src/lib/libc/gen fts-compat.c fts-compat.h
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Mon Aug 27 07:46:35 PDT 2007
Quoting Pawel Jakub Dawidek <pjd at FreeBSD.org> (from Mon, 27 Aug 2007
> On Mon, Aug 27, 2007 at 08:50:19AM -0400, John Baldwin wrote:
> Folks running -current are also committers that use -current to test as
> much as they can, but also to use it for day-to-day work. Isn't it why
> we have perforce and other policies, so that -current can be stable and
> usable? If we have tools that can help -current users to use the system
> smoothly, I'm all for using them. I can't imagine taking yet another two
> days and reinstalling all ports, just because -current users are not
Only 2 days? Lucky you, I'm just through a complete recompile of every
port after the gcc 4.2.1 import (unluckily 4.2.1 doesn't fix all known
bugs) just to be on the safe side, and a complete recompile after the
gcc 4.2.0 import... and it takes nearly a week on my machine.
> important. Of course -current users know how to deal with things like
> this, but that doesn't mean they have to if there is another way.
> The more surprises like that one, the less -current users we will have,
> which means the less testing.
> If there will be a need for me to reinstall all the ports I'll choose
> not to upgrade or downgrade to 6.x...
So the really important thing for you is: How many ports are affected
by this change?
Does anyone have an estimate for this?
If not, does someone has an exhaustive list of affected symbols? I can
write a short script which has a look into each installed port to
determine if it is affected or not (based upon the assumption that you
don't mind if we overlook a few things... I'm not sure if statically
linked binaries contain enough information).
The very remembrance of my former misfortune proves a new one to me.
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