krendoshazin at dementedfury.org
Tue Sep 29 13:06:05 PDT 2009
On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 02:55:52PM -0500, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> > You don't see any reason? You need to look a lot closer:
> > * Fedora, Arch, CLFS, and Slackware use it arleady, so +4 points to XZ.
> > * This release is very close to a stable release, another +1 point to XZ.
> > * The file format for it is arleady stable, +1 to XZ.
> > * And tar uses too, +1 to XZ.
> You argue passionately, but you do not persuade. What packages in LFS or BLFS
> are not available as a .gz or a .bz2 package?
I would be more sympathetic to the argument if it hadn't taken place at
least 5 times already. Every time it was decided that we shall wait for
the stable release.
As you've said it's a standard CMMI package with no major dependencies
and that no package really makes use of. The only package we know to use it
is tar, and I can probably bet that it picks it up during configure
without any extra commands. So we're not in a position that requires it,
and since no package relies on it with a standard CMMI build I really
struggle to see any current need to include it at all.
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