> On Mon, 2002-04-01 at 19:12, Guğmundur D. Haraldsson
> Sure, but do we want a system that /requires/ a
> statically compiled Perl parser to boot?
> Anyway, I don't think this is a real issue. Most
> systems, Linux, *BSD, etc. have this capability. You can
> write init scripts in any language, including C. They just
> don't do it. ;-)
> This debate has a place in the future, when Yaxic can
> be considered as
> "usable", and distro wars start.
> There's nothing wrong with implementing this thing.
> Bare in mind, these systems also support token ring and IPX.
> Replacing IPv4 with it is an entirely different
> Same argument here. There's nothing wrong with being
> able to use IPv6. It sells. But it's not going to replace
> Then you obviously aren't following public discussion
> about the matter. Should you choose to persue the subject,
> I would recommend RIPE/ARIN ops, and/or the discussion about
> internet standard (STD) drafts.
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