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so spake Erik Fichtner (emf):
> Something that doesn't bugger up cvs updates, perhaps?
Oh come on, this is just silly. There's nothing preventing you
from running 2.9 or 2.9-stable. The developement source tree is
just that--you track it at your own risk. Anyone who gets "burned"
by this can simply check out a copy of the tree before ipf was taken
out; it still lives in the cvs repository.
For that matter, there's no reason a user can't just take Darren's
standard ipf distribution and use that on OpenBSD. That's what
people who have wanted to run the bleeding edge ipf have done in
- From: Theo de Raadt <email@example.com>
- Re: ipf
- From: Erik Fichtner <firstname.lastname@example.org>