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SubjectRe: any value to fixing apparent bugs in old ISDN4Linux?
On Mon, 15 Jan 2007, Tilman Schmidt wrote:

> Robert P. J. Day schrieb:
> > OTOH, since that code *is* in the allegedly obsolete old ISDN4Linux
> > code, perhaps that entire part of the tree can just be junked. but if
> > it's sticking around, it should probably be fixed.
> Please do not remove isdn4linux just yet. It's true that it has been
> marked as obsolete for quite some time, but it's still needed
> anyway. Its designated successor, the CAPI subsystem, so far only
> supports a very limited range of hardware. Dropping isdn4linux now
> would leave the owners of some very popular ISDN cards out in the
> cold.

that wouldn't be my decision, i just made a note of an oddity. but if
it's still in actual use, then it really should be re-labelled from
"obsolete" to "deprecated," no?

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