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Tue, 17 May 2011 00:29:51 +0200
Eric Blake wrote:
> > A few modules use the status "obsolete" in the meaning of "deprecated",
> > however. Maybe it will help to avoid the confusion if we fix these. Here
> > is a proposed patch.
> Looks reasonable to me.
Thanks for the review. Applied and pushed.
> "obsolete" means you need it only if targetting
> otherwise-obsolete platforms with no replacement needed on modern
> platforms, "deprecated" means you should be prepared for the module to
> disappear by switching to its modern counterpart module.
This is a good explanation; you can put it into the documentation if the
question comes up again.
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