On Thursday 29 of December 2011 14:57EN, Cristian Rodríguez wrote:
On 29/12/11 04:24, Michal Kubeček wrote:
I don't understand.
Yeah, I see.
If a systemd unit doesn't do what it says,
bug in systemd.
This is not what Im talking about, what I mean is, as units cannot
have arbitrary code they can be mass-checked at package build time,
verifying they are written correctly, according to the already
defined syntax and meaning of the different options.
...which is something completely different from "verify if they really
do what they say" or even "what the packager wanted to do" (which you
Next time, please, read your own mail first before you start to mock
someone just because you don't agree with him.
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