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Subjectbitkeeper / IDE cleanup
Andrew Morton writes:

> fwiw, I prefer to not use bitkeeper, for the reasons which you outline.

Seconded.


Martin Dalecki writes:

: Disable configuration of the task file stuff.
: It is going to go away and will be replaced by a truly abstract interface

Comment #1: Please observe the difference between cleanup and development.
I think your patches already went too far under the "cleanup" heading.

Comment #2: We need a nice, general interface for the usual things,
and a very detailed direct-to-hardware interface for special purposes.
[Change the behaviour of a zip drive from "big floppy" to "removable disk"
and back. Take care of passwords on disks. Unstroke a 32+GB disk. Etc.]


Andries




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