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Re: Cygwin-3 and the Bleeding Edge
- From: "KARL BOTTS" <kdbotts at usa dot net>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 05 Mar 2019 18:11:31 -0600
- Subject: Re: Cygwin-3 and the Bleeding Edge
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> Cygwin, for better or worse, is a rolling distribution.
> If that doesn't suit your needs...
Please, I was no way complaining or attacking. To the contrary: cygwin is a
superb platform, excellently supported. To which I can atest: i have been
utterly dependent on it for 20 years. I wish Microsoft could support complex
software systems as well as the cygwin team does. Corinna, in particular, is
a hero to me: she runs a taught ship.
I was just asking for info. Which Achim supplied well:
> You need to keep the dependency chain ordered so that all
> dependencies of the package to be installed are older than the package
> itself. While setup now supports versioned dependencies in principle,
> this is not currently used, so you'll have to do this via other means.
Fine. Makes sense. I can do that.
And again, thank you all for decades of great work.
Karl Botts, firstname.lastname@example.org
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