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            Paul Richards <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
: A 'sysclean' target would be the same in my mind. If you're "within
: spec" of what -current supports then running that target shouldn't hose
: you. If you're outside spec then you need to take your own precautions.

NetBSD has in its distribution sets things that look like:
and its distribution tools remove the old cruft on installation of the
newer distribution set.

Something like the following would then put things right:

        @ head -2 ${SRCDIR}/release/obsolete.mi | xargs rm
        @ head -2 ${SRCDIR}/release/obsolete.${MACHINE_ARCH} | xargs rm

would be the FreeBSD way of saying something similar.  However, the
obsolete.mi file would get large with time :-)


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