On Fri, 7 Jun 2002, Sheldon Hearn wrote:
> On Thu, 06 Jun 2002 10:14:52 MST, "David O'Brien" wrote:
> > > There are still issues with the C++ compiler in the base system that
> > > make building X and some other C++ ports tricky.
> > There is no issue with the C++ compiler. There is issue with the X
> > source that uses depreciated features.
> The fact remains, desktop-environment users looking for an easy ride should
> not be jumping on the -CURRENT wagon bus just now. Such people probably
> don't really care "whose fault it is".
Too late for me, I was very happy with my FreeBSD-4.5
I think that it is not safe to go to CURRENT, but If you use it for
purposes, then "good luck" :)
> But thanks for clarifying. I'll be sure to explain more carefully to
> the next person who asks me whether now's a good time for -CURRENT. :-)
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