Best way to update CVS install?
Benedikt.Meurer at unix-ag.uni-siegen.de
Mon Mar 17 18:55:54 CET 2003
On Mon, 17, Mar 2003, Peder wrote:
> > There are more powerful packaging systems
> Yupp, that's the problem. If I compile my own emacs I really
> don't want to have to learn RPM or APT to have some control
> over my files. No, give me that 14279 byte stow perl script and
> I'll be happy as a kite.
I was speaking about powerful packaging systems, not about RPM or
> And hey; if there's enough room in a distro's base install to
> have perl, sure you could squeeze in a measley 14k prog :)
Who said, that perl belongs into the base systems?
> Disclamer: I'm in no way affilliated with stow, I just happen to like
> it. And most of the friends I've shown it to think it's really nifty.
Disclaimer: I'm not against stow, APT or RPM in general, but I dislike
the idea of having a simple base system install with more than 300MB
(everything above is junk).
Those who do not understand Unix are condemned to reinvent it, poorly.
-- Henry Spencer
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