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Re: Subversion vs multicore processors

From: Les Mikesell <lesmikesell_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2010 21:00:31 -0600

On 11/16/10 8:29 PM, Edward Ned Harvey wrote:
>>> This is definitely off topic, but it's not RHEL4 or RHEL5 that's
> unstable.
>>> It's the engineering tools, if you run them on whichever is the latest
>>> version of RHEL. Because the developers who produce the tools don't
>> have
>>> access to the latest OS until the same time when you do.
>> That's not true in general. Fedora releases cycle much faster than RHEL
> You seem to be taking my specific comments, about my specific environment,
> and misinterpreting them as some sort of generalization.

Yes, I did take the subject of your 2nd sentence here to mean RHEL/centos, not
your own programs:

    "The engineering tools are only supported on the latest
     2 versions of RHEL/centos. Of which, the latest one
     is perpetually unstable."

> And I'm only stating my own reasons, because of your obnoxious comments that
> judgementally hinted there's no good reason to use an old OS.

And my reply wasn't intended to be judgmental about your use, but to point out
to others that in my experience Centos5 is a perfectly stable platform for
subversion - to counter what I misread as your claim to the contrary. Sorry
about that - and good luck when you do update.

   Les Mikesell
Received on 2010-11-17 04:01:13 CET

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