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SubjectRe: CML2 design philosophy heads-up
On Sun, 20 May 2001 11:18:56 -0400, 
"Eric S. Raymond" <> wrote:
>David Woodhouse <>:
>> The dependencies in CML1 are (supposed to
>> be) absolute - the 'advisory' dependencies you're adding are arguably a
>> useful feature, but please don't make it possible to confuse the two, and
>> please do make sure it's possible to disable the latter form.
>I don't understand this request. I have no concept of `advisory' dependencies.
>What are you talking about? Is my documentation horribly unclear?

People read documentation? No chance.

Some people have got it into their heads that the "Aunt Tillie" method
of configuration will be the only one allowed. They do not realise
that this is the novice method, experts can still do what they like.
For dwm's "advisory dependencies", read novice mode, and of course it
can be overridden by people who know what they are doing.

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