On Mon, 22 Oct 2007 10:15:03 -0400 Jon Masters <jcm redhat com> wrote: > Right. And here again is one of the major problems. We know what the > problem is, and Fedora has a record of being able to push through > changes once a problem is identified and time thrown at it - why can't > there just be a cut-off date/release by which most of the packages > must have been split out? Then multilib *hacks* can be thrown away. Because while this is a "fix" for our current multilib algorithms, it's not clear that this is a proper fix in whole. It is another bandaid for the bleeding wound we have. It's not trivial to go splitting a crapton of packages, so perhaps we'd like some more idea of "this is The Fix". -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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