Samuel Sieb wrote:
On 03/09/2018 03:06 PM, Todd Zullinger wrote:
> In the git package, there aren't symlinks. Within /usr/bin,
> the git binaries which are identical are hardlinked to each
> other. And separately, within /usr/libexec/git-core, the
> git binaries which are identical are hardlinked to each
But the split between /usr/bin and /usr/libexec is a new thing in F28
according to your earlier email, right?
Yeah. In current releases the files are hardlinked across
/usr/bin and /usr/libexec. I've never seen any bug reports
about that causing actual problems. I made the change after
noticing the cross-directory hardlink warning from rpmlint.
It should really be an unnoticable change to nearly
everyone, apart from those rare people that want to mount
/usr/bin and /usr/libexec on different file systems
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