Alphabetical branch status report (LONG)

Randy McMurchy randy at
Sun Dec 11 18:04:58 PST 2005

Jeremy Huntwork wrote these words on 12/11/05 19:55 CST:

> Why spend the time to verify the purity of a system that we can't
> rationalize now?

But everyone but you *can* rationalize the purity of the current
build order. It works. And has been proven to work over the years.

If folks ask, why does LFS build their system the way they do?
The answer is: Because over years of testing it has been determined
that it is reproduceable and consistent. What else needs to be said?

Why must it change?


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