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Re: RHEL 6 & EPEL



On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 9:44 AM, Bill Nottingham <notting redhat com> wrote:
> Manuel Wolfshant (wolfy nobugconsulting ro) said:
>>    What would be the proper way to ask for re-evaluation of nedit ?
>> It has a pretty strange history: included up to RHEL 4, dropped in
>> 5.0, readded in 5.3 (or 5.4).. now I see it being dropped again ...
>
> Well, it's a legacy editor that doesn't support the default encoding
> that we have in both RHEL 5 and RHEL 6; given that it doesn't seem
> quite appropriate for the main RHEL distribution. You can raise
> a RFE in bugzilla, or with your support rep, etc.

I think this like some other technologies (tcsh, bog-standard vi,
etc).. the shops that use them have a long history and get grumpy when
their favorite tool isn't there (heck I had to keep a copy of vi
around because vim was not compatible enough for some phd's.)  I think
there is a market for them, call it ring 6 (for its heresy not to have
it installed :)).

> Bill
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