Compatability with FreeBSD Ports [debian package tools]
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Wed Aug 17 17:04:28 PDT 2005
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Joerg Sonnenberger wrote:
> I've worked with both and Gentoo was far easier to *completely* break.
1) I am not opposed to pkgsrc (versus ports). I have become neutral.
2) I am a big fan of gentoo portage (as a user, not a developer).
I've had (almost) zero problems in the four years I have been
using portage as a *user* of gentoo -- but I have NO insight into
the problems a gentoo developer might face.
Are you complaining about portage wearing your developer hat, or
your user hat?
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