From: "David O'Brien" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: Re: iso target in release/Makefile
Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2001 11:43:16 -0700

> You didn't MFC the iso.1 target.  We are all building releases on
> RELENG_4 right now :-) (-current releases have been broken for quite a
> while).  Thus my patch was developed on RELENG_4 and only committed to
> current so I could as the RE about MFC'ing it.

Uh, no offense, but that explanation makes absolutely NO sense
whatsoever!  If you'd developed something independently in RELENG_4
and only considered it applicable to that branch, then it would NOT go
into -current for obvious reasons, especially if it was a duplication
of something already there.  What you'd do instead is either commit it
only to RELENG_4 (and there is some precedent for that) or you'd ask
for an MFC of the feature which was already in -current.

Please back this out, it's ugly and wrong.  Thanks!  I'll be happy
to MFC the pre-existing stuff if such is wanted.

- Jordan

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