walt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> May I ask a na´ve question, please?  World has been broken at libncurses for
> three days.  There have been dozens of commits to the -CURRENT tree during that
> same three days.
> How do you committers to -CURRENT keep working when userland is broken?  How
> can you judge the impact of all your changes when you are not rebuilding
> the system every day?

I'm sure most of us aren't installing world each day, only building
and installing certain things, or only building everything with an
older world.

You can also back out the unistd.h changes and rebuild sort locally.

> Please don't interpret this question as criticism--none is intended.  I'm
> puzzled and I'd like to understand this process better, maybe even contribute
> to it someday when I know more.
> Thanks.
> BTW, what does MFC mean?

Merge from -current usually into the -stable branch.

Best regards,
Mike Barcroft

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