yum --skip-broken update by default?
jspaleta at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 20:36:22 UTC 2008
2008/12/11 Dr. Diesel <dr.diesel at gmail.com>:
> Its not really a problem to simply add --skip-broken when something is
> broke. But I'd be OK with yum automatically using the --skip-broken
> feature, explaining what is broke at the end, then asking if it is ok to
> report it anonymously.
That seems like a reasonable trade-off. IF we can set up an anonymous
drop point that we can easily turn off its being abused with spam.
Don't forget to wrap that in UI for PK as well.
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