Les Mikesell wrote: > > Assume that your own application will take around a year to write/test > before deployment. Do you wait to start that work until after the > release of the OS and libraries you will be using, develop on something > you know is wildly different, or do you try to use something as close as > possible, knowing that backwards compatibility isn't taken very > seriously in the Linux kernel and distribution world? > At last, we get to the real problem - You want to develop for the next release of RHEL, but Fedora is changing to fast for you to be able use Fedora for that. So you want Fedora development to change to allow you to do that. Otherwise it is too much work to develop your project. It must not be a user-space application, because there you find things like compat libraries. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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