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    SubjectRe: CML2-2.1.3 is available
    Horst von Brand <>:
    > Whatever happened to "Do exactly as CML1 does; leave fixes and extensions
    > for later"? If you put the kitchen sink into it, it _won't_ go into the
    > standard kernel.

    If you stick to the CML1-equivalent facilities, you'll get almost
    CML1-equivalent behavior. It's "almost" partly because the hardware symbols
    have more platform- and bus-type guards than they used to -- but mostly
    because I have not emulated the numerous CML1 bugs.
    <a href="">Eric S. Raymond</a>

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