On Tue, May 03, 2022 at 04:46:34PM +0200, Sandro Mani wrote:
>>That seems to make sense to me, is there a reason why it wasn't before?
As far as I see mingw-filesystem provided the standard DLLs since
the beginning of the package, perhaps @rjones can recall if there
was a reason?
The reason for having the standard provides at all, or the reason they
are in mingw-filesystem? The reason for having them at all is just
for uniformity. You can "BuildRequires: mingw(wsock32.dll)" and not
care whether that comes from Windows/Wine or from Fedora.
The reason they are in mingw-filesystem and not in mingw-crt is likely
just because we put them there without thinking about it too much.
(Or "filesystem" is the system environment).
Anyway moving them seem sensible, I have no objections.
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