On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 02:19:36PM -0700, Warner Losh wrote:

> Changes of this magnitude require a bump of the major number, even
> though we've already done that in -current.  It breaks nearly
> everything, including the upgrade path.  Alternatively, the locking
> changes need to be backed out.

Yup, I agree here.  IMO so many things depend on the stdio bits, that a major
number increase would have been desireable.  So far, bzip2, pine/pico, GNU make,
the GNU i18n stuff, fetchmail all needed to be rebuilt.  Bumping the major number
would at least allow these a stay of execution.

- alex

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