afunkyobject at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 10 05:17:56 UTC 2004
> Here's something reproducible in five minutes.
Ok, maybe not. I just tried this test and it worked!
Very strange.. I must've saved the *dirty* package first instead of the
top-level package. If that's the case, Monticello's "not found" message makes
sense knowing what I know now. My natural inclination was to save the dirty
package, and I could've sworn I then saved the top-level package too, but that
apparently works now so maybe I didn't. I'll be sure pay close attention to it
going forward in case it happens again.
Good, if main requirement we agree about, to be able to save a
guaranteed-loadable configuration of packages, is satisfied by saving the
top-level package then that is workable. The need for consideration of
package-prereqs seems less important now, albeit not irrelevant.
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