Regarding most (or many) of the port changes--say, upgrading
        foo-2.1.9_5 to foo-2.1.9_6, if  the upgrade could be done by
        downloading a binary diff file, could the resulting
        /usr/local/bin/foo-2.1.9_6 be achieved by downloading a 
        relatively small binary patch?  Seems to me that smaller scale
        upgrades could be done this way in preference to re-compiling
        ports or downloading entire pacakes.  --Same would go for any

        Why is this a bad idea!

  Gary Kline  [EMAIL PROTECTED]  Public Service Unix

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