Mathieu Arnold mat at
Wed Jan 14 11:15:12 UTC 2015

+--On 13 janvier 2015 19:11:50 -0800 Roger Marquis <marquis at>
|> The dialog option you talk about says:
|>   [ ] REPLACE_BASE    EOL, no longer supported
|> I'm quite sure the end-user you're talking about can get a clue from it,
|> and if he either already had selected it before, or he just selected it,
|> he will get:
|>  ===>  bind99-9.9.6P1_3 REPLACE_BASE is no longer supported.
|> The end-user can then get another clue and maybe unselect it.
| Maybe you're right but, to perhaps better illustrate the point, you would
| never see something like this in Ubuntu, Debian, Redhat, or SuSE.

Well, like I said, REPLACE_BASE was an abomination that should never have
existed, now that it's gone, it'll never get back, and you'll never see it

Mathieu Arnold

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