Hi all,

Currently there are ten packages using lzma in their USE and its always
used for the same purpose, providing support for lzma compression. And
as lzma compression gets more and more popular the number will increase.
What do you think about moving the USE to a global scope?

justin


Current list:

 # euse -i lzma
global use flags (searching: lzma)
************************************************************
no matching entries found

local use flags (searching: lzma)
************************************************************
[-    ] lzma (app-arch/libarchive):
Allow accessing lzma-compressed archives through the lzma library
(app-arch/xz-utils). This only affects libarchive's native support:
bsdtar will keep using unlzma as a filter if that's not built-in.

[-    ] lzma (dev-libs/elfutils):
Support automatic decompression of LZMA-compressed files and kernel images.

[-    ] lzma (gnome-extra/yelp):
Enables support for LZMA compressed info and man pages

[-    ] lzma (kde-base/ark):
Enable LZMA/XZ archive support

[-    ] lzma (kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves):
Enable LZMA/XZ archive support

[-    ] lzma (kde-base/kdelibs):
Enable LZMA/XZ archive support

[-    ] lzma (sci-electronics/gtkwave):
Enables LZMA support for VZT

[-    ] lzma (sci-libs/getdata):
Support for encodings provided by liblzma

[-    ] lzma (sys-apps/man):
Uses app-arch/lzma-utils for the COMPRESS feature. Could also be used to
guarantee that lzma is on the system.

[-    ] lzma (sys-fs/squashfs-tools):
Support LZMA compression


Attachment: signature.asc
Description: OpenPGP digital signature

Reply via email to