Fri, 10 Aug 2001 01:05:48 -0700
> Re the `ss chown -R root.root mlton-$version', for the `export' version, you
> should just eliminate the ss, and point out that you have to be root to do
> it. The problem is that we want the installed sources to be owned by root,
> but we are not willing to have the sources on the development machines owned
> by root. (I am definitely NOT disagreeing with this choice.)
I don't like forcing them to be root just to make rpms. What about just taking
out the ss, and only doing the chown if they call the script as root?