BLFS release (?)
randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri May 9 03:00:38 PDT 2008
Alexander E. Patrakov wrote these words on 05/09/08 01:10 CST:
> And do we really need to get 6.3 out of the door? Essentially, without an errata
> page, without the team tracking security issues and bugs, it will be just a
> snapshot, not a proper distro release. Maybe versionless BLFS (i.e., "always use
> svn") is the way to go?
I'd say for those building LFS Development, using BLFS SVN is a must.
And Alex's proposal is legitimate for this. But I have read many
support questions, some even very recent, from folks building LFS-6.3,
and in a month, BLFS-SVN would not work for them for many of the
And it could turn out frustrating for folks that follow the BLFS
SVN book on top of LFS-6.3 and 100 packages later discover that
there is incompatibility with one or more packages that prevent
him/her from achieving the initial goal.
I do not want to get into a situation where if someone follows
LFS stable, we need to tell them to pull SVN sources from XYZ
day and render it yourself in order to find a combination of
packages that is compatible with one-another.
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