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Old 12-21-2008, 02:41 PM   #16
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"lose the discipline of wrapping new stuff into a package and just do make installs" You could just as easily do:
'src2pkg -I -W tarball-name' and you'd have the package, have it installed and have the mess cleaned up... Heck, let it download the source for you even:
'src2pkg -I -W URL-of-tarball'


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