Change tar bz2 option from -y to -j
Scot Mc Pherson
smcpherson at bradentonherald.com
Wed Jul 18 06:52:02 PDT 2001
RedHat used to use capitol I for bz2, and not they use j...
I think that craig is right and we should just stick to what we have. If
you want something different, its really easy to modify the patch to
change the bz2 switch to what ever you want.
"Craig M.Reece" wrote:
> I agree that we should wait until the official release of a new tar before
> changing this. BTW, RedHat did something different from -j even (I don't
> remember what it was, I have used LFS systems for nearly a year now... ;))
> On Wednesday, July 18, 2001 09:15 am, Gerard Beekmans spoke thusly:
> > History at: http://bugs.linuxfromscratch.org/show_bug.cgi?id=102
> > ---- mark hymers ----
> > I've just been in touch with the tar maintainers:
> > >>I was wondering if you are still the maintainer for tar. If so, are
> > >>there
> > >>any plans to patch tar-1.13 with the patch for including the option y
> > >>for
> > >>using bzip2 files (if bzip2 is available on the system) and release it
> > >>as
> > >>1.14.
> > >
> > > There was a conflict with -y, so we plan to use -j. It's
> > > in the latest test version, which you can get at:
> > > ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/tar/
> > I suggest we change our patch so that it uses -j in CVS. This way, when
> > we
> > move to the next tar release we won't find the switches changing.
> > ----
> > - Additional Comments From Gerard Beekmans 2001-07-18 06:13-
> > Mark, as you have been in contact already with the maintainer perhaps
> > you can ask him exactly what the conflict was as thousands of us LFS'ers
> > haven't had any conflicts with it.
> > Also this would mean we'd have to patch the bzip2 patch, I rather wait
> > for the new tar to be released that will probably not even require the
> > patch. Then we can just remove the patch (and add a note for a release or
> > two that the bzip2 has been changed in this new tar release).
> > I therefore opt to keep things as they are for now.
> > -----
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