On Wed, 2005-06-29 at 21:09 +0300, Ville Skyttä wrote:
There may be ways around these, but I think it'll end up messy.
Splitting the SRPMs would be a much simpler approach, and I don't think
that the maintenance burden of doing that would be untolerable at all.
Honestly? I agree. Even if it means we end up with two copies of the
full source in two SRPMS.
Unless someone is violently opposed to splitting the SRPMS as policy
(and can come up with a way to resolve the unnecessary userland package
bumps/rebuilds), thats what I'm inclined to adopt.
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