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SubjectRe: Background to the argument about CML2 design philosophy
> > 2) Have a HACKERS submenu system which contains all the derivations
> > that could *possibly* be un-defaulted, and allow our intrepid hacker
> > to explicitly force each to a value or leave unset.
> I prefer the former, which is how it's already implemented in CML1.

Its called Debugging in CML1 in -ac for a reason btw. Because its called
debugging I get plenty of reports that start

"I dont know much about this but I turned on all the debugging options and now
instead of hanging it says Oops 0xA5A5A5A5 ..."

which are a lot more useful.

Names matter a lot

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