Mon, 6 Aug 2001 22:42:48 -0700
> I can live with the z and mlton.spec files, but I don't think that mlton.spec
> is any kind of documentation. If you have RPMs, then when you extract it
> you will get it. If you don't, it won't mean much to you.
It's just that mlton.spec has to live somewhere. I view it as part of the
source, since it was written by hand, is not automatically generated, and is
needed to build the system (just like src/bin/make-rpms). I have been trying
over the last couple of months to move as much as possible (docs, regressions,
benchmarks, ...) of MLton into the srpm so that someone who wanted to really
could take over the project from the SRPM if they wanted (no no I'm not thinking
of leaving -- it just seems like a good philosophy).
> Any way, no big deal. Red Hat 6 RPMs now being made.
Let's go one more round with the latest fixes. I am starting now.