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On Sun, 2003-06-15 at 23:31, Aredridel wrote:
> > So is it time to require that RAA packages conform to these rules? 
> 
> In light of the benefits, I personally say "Yes!"
> 
> Packages not offering a --prefix option or (Better) some sort of
> DESTDIR/--root option often don't get installed by me.  It's just too
> much work to pack up properly in case I want to remove it -- besides, if
> it's worth using, it gets installed on at least five systems -- if I
> package it, I only have to do the hard work (making it non-invasive)
> once.

Please excuse my ignorance, but what's the difference/benefit?

Thanks,

-Tom

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