My plans

Jeroen Coumans jeroen at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri May 14 07:14:48 PDT 2004


Jochen Schroeder said the following on 14-05-2004 12:23:
>> 4) Readline provides functionality to Bash and E2fsprogs (Bash, if 
>> readline is not present, will statically link it's own internal copy 
>> of the readline lib, but will not provide this library for other
>> programs such as e2fsprogs).  So in effect, by NOT including readline 
>> we are limiting the functionality of these programs.
>>
> No opinion, I don't really care for e2fsprogs functionality, but I think 
> it's usually good practice to use a separate package if possible to 
> provide the same functionality.

The fact that it is marked as an optional dependency is an usally an 
indication to not include it (think of XFree86/vim). That said, I'm also 
agnostic for inclusion/removal.

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Jeroen Coumans
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