plans and wishes
alex at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Jan 17 05:25:33 PST 2004
Ken Moffat wrote:
> (2) (no obvious order) doesn't give me a problem, the
> same way that lots of less than ideal / "magic build order" things
> don't upset me enough to worry me.
Nor does it other readers, apparently: no one ever questioned it.
> I can see it does upset you enough.
Because I'm now helping to write the book, I feel I owe the reader an
> "When you want to find a package in the new build order, it will either
> be in its alphabetical position, or if it isn't then it had to be moved
> earlier to allow something else to build."
> I hope that isn't inconsistent with what you want to do ?
That is exactly what I'd like to do.
> Now, how
> does that make it easier to find a package ?
Because nearly all packages will be in their alphabetical position,
except for three. So most packages can be found quickly, only three
of them will produce a little "Huh?".
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