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SubjectRe: CML2-2.1.3 is available
Horst von Brand <brand@jupiter.cs.uni-dortmund.de>:
> > Release 2.1.3: Tue Jan 15 14:41:45 EST 2002
> > * Resync with 2.4.18-pre3 and 2.5.2.
> > * It is now possible to declare explicit saveability predicates.
> > * The `vitality' flag is gone from the language. Instead, the
> > autoprober detects the type of your root filesystem and forces
> > its symbol to Y.
>
> Great! Now I can't configure a kernel for ext3 only on an ext2 box. Keep it
> up! As it goes, we can safely forget about CML2...

Oh, nonsense. You can do this just fine with any of the manual configurators.
Now repeat after me, Horst:

The autoconfigurator is *optional*, not required.

The autoconfigurator is *optional*, not required.

The autoconfigurator is *optional*, not required.

The autoconfigurator is *optional*, not required.

The autoconfigurator is *optional*, not required.

: : : : :

Please continue until insight penetrates your skull. Thank you.
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