there are a few more bugs, one that we found today, which causes issues
with something like this
5 splits, main splits depends on 2 | 3 | 4 | 5, it won't ask the user
to pick one it just auto selects 5, and in the case of say my new
apache2 pkg this is a very bad thing, since the last one is
mpm-threadpool which is highly experimental, and most ppl won't know
the mpms and will need the descs.
anyhow I don't want to add apache2 till this is solved cause I'll end
up with lots of emails about it. I think RangerRick and Clef found the
fix for it today, or are working on it. Anyhow I definetly think that
is a bug that needs fixing.
On Monday, May 26, 2003, at 06:39 PM, David R. Morrison wrote:
> Max, there is another bug fix in fink CVS which might make 0.13.1
> worthwhile. Namely, it turns out that some users might have
> /usr/local/bin/uname which behaves differently from /usr/bin/uname.
> In 0.13.0 we introduce the use of uname to read the architecture
> (and this breaks fink completely for such poor users). The 0.13.1
> bugfix calls /usr/bin/uname with full path.