Hi, > > If we can manage to push it out as one big update, then I don't see > > how having the same mono stack, with all the fixes that has gone into > > Mono 2.0 would be a bad thing. > > Cramming major-version updates of default system components into a > stable release is not something to be done lightly. Fedora 10 is only 3 > months away; I think this should wait 'til then, unless someone can > convince me it's worth the pain of breaking ABI and rebuilding a whole > mess of packages. Until I know the full extent of what will be broken, I certainly won't be pushing it into F9 and I doubt Xavier will either. To me, rawhide is there for exactly this purpose - a testing ground to see how much is broken before pushing to stable. TTFN Paul -- Sie können mich aufreizen und wirklich heiß machen!
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