Avoids console diagnostics about uninitialized values in pattern-matching
… error, since some libs do require being built that way.
Was only a warning? Possibly some packages might have oddly formed pathnames that still resolve correctly, but depending on context (shell vs dyld vs whatever other processors) it's a crapshoot whether it would work, and install_name_tool or build toolchain patches should be able to fix them. Not being an error allows broken .deb to sneak through -m and propagate breakage into anything linked against them (and fix entails reverse-depends rebuilding/versioning cascade).
…es for _/usr/X11_ so that they can keep back compatibility with 10.4 or something.
…e probably aren't going to do another one. Anyway, that's what history is for.