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On Nov 29, 2011, at 10:16 AM, Stefan Eilemann wrote:
>> FWIW, I've traditionally been against such things for two reasons:
> Your call, really. The information is there and not too hard to find, but I missed it on the first run. Most software I know provides this in a very concise list at the end (Supported: A B C\n Unsupported: D E F).
Let me throw this back to Brice / Samuel...
If we had such a thing at the bottom of configure, what items should we show? I can think of the following obvious ones offhand:
- PCI device support
- XML support
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