On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 06:26:06PM -0700, Warner Losh wrote:
> I don't see why we need only an increment of 1.  What does this buy us
> other than a minor warm fuzzy.  

It is hackish.

> OpenBSD bumps libc bunchs of times per release cycle (they are up to
> libc.so.24 if my sources are current).

They do not always get things right...

Actually going from libc.so.500 to libc.so.{x<500} is easy.
Copy libc.so.500 into /usr/lib/compat.  When the libc.so link is made to
libc.so.{x<500}, that is the lib version number that will get burned into
objects.  After the first `make world', rm /usr/lib/libc.so.500.

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