Mike Meyer wrote:
> Rant second: FreeBSD *violates* years of traditions with it's
> treatment of /usr/local. /usr/local is for *local* things, not add-on
> software packages! Coopting /usr/local for non-local software creates
> needless complexity and confusion, which of course leads to needless
> pain.

Not for everyone. FreeBSD adopted one of the ways /usr/local was being
used. You can keep ranting on this and pretending the way above is how
everyone used /usr/local as long as you want, but the fact is that you
won't get this changed.

Honestly, let it go.

Daniel C. Sobral                        (8-DCS)

                "The bronze landed last, which canceled that method of impartial

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