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On Tuesday 14 October 2008, Jeff Johnson <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'd *love* to provide a guarantee of interoperability w rpm4, but I
> do that unilaterally when there is a active fork in progress.
Well, some systems here a currently using RPM version 4.4.8 from rpm5.org,
which means that I could report on switching from rpm4 to rpm5, if that
would be appreciated. But I don't know how much that helps in regard to the
> Personally, I think its Really Bad Craziness to link -lrpm into gdb.
Why is it done, anyways? Debugging RPM packages? *scnr*
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Received on Tue Oct 14 16:24:26 2008