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Tue Mar 19 16:08:23 PST 2002
Could someone send me the message this is in reply to? My local mailer bounced some of my mail back. Sorry.
On Tue, 19 Mar 2002 15:49:24 -0800
Jesse Tie-Ten-Quee <highos at linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 20, 2002 at 12:38:01AM +0100, Neven Has wrote:
> > I believe Felipe Contreras was the first one to suggest something like this.
> He's problably been the last recently.. however he wasn't the first :)
> Bryan Dumm was problably the first, and i do believe he was using
> something similar to that last time i talked to him with Amin.
> > But it's good that you brought it up. I wasn't too exited about it before,
> > but now I think that it could actually be useful to have it?
> I've been slowly thinking the same thing actually. Seth keep's
> mentioning it too me over and over again, and i'm finding it *really*
> hard to ignore *cough* :)
> > Especially considering that we can't decide on a good names for those
> > <*build> elements. ;) Adding a generic tag like this wouldn't break
> > the syntax latter on, however we name them.
> > It could also be a good compromise between those thinking that <*build>
> > elements are totally useless, and those thinking they are a Good Thing?
> So those that don't like them, wont need to use them? So like;
> That would really make it alot easier to customize and make the profiles
> look quite alot more different.. weither that's a good or bad thing thou
> > And we could even use it for more that just <package> stages, to group
> > some elements logically (something Felipe was also suggesting).
> Hhrm. Yes. I know reasons why someone would want todo this, thou it
> still rubs me the wrong way. I guess i've always looked at the profiles
> on a per-package basis. Hell i wish it was just all packages with more
> configureation elements done inside the package tags, but oh well.
> Jesse Tie-Ten-Quee ( highos at linuxfromscratch dot org )
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