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CML2 Configuration Tool Ready for 2.5 Kernels

Nov 15, 2001, 19:08 (14 Talkback[s])

Eric Raymond has announced that CML2, a configuration system meant to simplify the kernel build process, is ready for the 2.5 kernel series.

Release 1.8.6: Wed Nov 14 16:58:03 EST 2001
        * Fixed three logic bugs reported by Frederic Gobry, David Kamholz,
          and Danni Junglas.  These mainly affected rollback when a variable 
          is unset; sometimes this wasn't being done properly.
According to Raymond:

"This release resolves all known logic bugs and rulebase problems. The only things left on the to-do list are convenience features and some minor improvements in the test/coverage tools. This code is now officially ready for the 2.5 fork."

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