In message: <4c66c0a4.3000...@freebsd.org> Gabor Kovesdan <ga...@freebsd.org> writes: : Yes, I'm sorry for my slow reaction, I got a flu some time ago and : that prevented me from fixing the bugs earlier. I have several fixes : in my working copy, which are being discussed with my : mentor. Probably, today or tomorrow they will be committed.
I don't see a huge issue with it being default for a while, so your slowness due to flu is OK, imho. This is -current after all, and bumps in the road are to be expected. Reverting to gnu-grep being default is likely good until you can resolve the issues that you've talked about in other posts. IMHO, it's unlikely additional testing and exposure will, at this time, give you any new information. Once things have been tuned up, problems fixed, etc, it would likely make sense to try this again (with special attention to the issues raised this time, since there's good reason to believe people will try them first thing if the switch is thrown back to default again). I hope you're leaving it in the tree as an option, however, since BSD grep is good enough for many users of grep. They have been using it for years and years without hassle as a port because their grep needs are simple, and performance requirements modest. For these folks, license is the deciding factor. Warner _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"