On Fri, 25 May 2001, Brooks Davis wrote:
> On Fri, May 25, 2001 at 10:04:09PM +0700, Boris Popov wrote:
> > There is no any technical problems in doing that. But I'm unsure
> > if this should be done (code is not very small). On other hand, people
> > expect it in the base system... Probably we should collect more votes on
> > this topic.
> I'll definatly vote for inclusion. IMO, it makes no sense to have a
> filesystem in the base you can't mount. If it really is so hugh that
> people complain, there's always the ugly NO_MOUNT_SMBFS make.conf option
> route. Those who really need small systems have to strip all sorts of
> things out already anyway, one more won't hurt.
Ok, now I've received about fifty votes for inclusion of userland
part in the base tree and zero objections. Import process will be done in
the -current first and then MFCed to -stable.
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