Re: [AMBER] picky nab compiler: is this really necessary?

From: case <>
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 20:01:54 -0400

On Wed, Jun 16, 2010, M. L. Dodson wrote:
> there are good reasons for compiling software systems
> from read-only file system mounts,

We're not ready to support that for Amber.

> From the point of view of software design esthetics, the two functionalities
> implied by -c and -o, if not orthogonal, are nearly so,

I agree. I've removing that old limitation in the developer's version.
Assuming nothing bad pops up, it will be in the next release. (The original
reason for not allowing both -c and -o is lost in the mists of time.)


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