On Tue, 2010-10-12 at 16:01 -0700, Jesse Keating wrote:
> That's a pretty broad and unhelpful and untrue statement. I know of
> plenty of people who use rawhide for development. Continuing to
> perpetuate that rawhide is unusable for development only makes things
> worse, by spreading the idea that it's OK to break rawhide.
No one *that I know* uses rawhide for development. It's not worth
risking the time to save your box/work when it does break. Even when we
test rawhide, it's generally on a different test box. However, it is
wrong for me to generalise. It's a choice. IMO rawhide is not to be used
for day to day work.
My reply did not perpetuate that it is OK to break rawhide. If people
think that way, it really is their fault.
The thread served it's purpose, we wouldn't want it straying into
another flame war.
Have a good day!
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