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SubjectRe: Why recovering from broken configs is too hard
"Eric S. Raymond" wrote:
> OK, so you want CML2's "make oldconfig" to do something more graceful than
> simply say "Foo! You violated this constraint! Go fix it!"
[...]
> Have I got the point across yet? There are *no* good solutions
> to this problem. There aren't even any clean ways to separate
> easy cases from hard ones.

No good solutions? Then how come I use "make oldconfig" every day...

Are we to assume from your long missive that you are turning the
possible into the impossible? :)

IMHO "make oldconfig" must stay.

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