Subject: Re: (KAME-snap 242) NetBSD: how to sync with current?
To: Michael Richardson <email@example.com>
From: Erik Bertelsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/05/1998 10:19:27
On Fri, Dec 04, 1998 at 01:58:34PM -0500, Michael Richardson wrote:
> >>>>> "Erik" == Erik Bertelsen <email@example.com> writes:
> >> Putting KAME into NetBSD repository will solve the problem (of
> >> course) but there are many issues for that: - we have to make
> >> KAME -Werror clean :-) - we need to think again about type of
> >> protosw and chained header processing, so that KAME can be
> >> more compatible with traditional 4.4BSD network stack. - it
> >> needs NetBSD core team's agreement, of course. I heard last
> >> spring that NetBSD is planning to go with INRIA IPv6
> >> distribution. I see no move so far since then...
> Erik> Neither have I -- We have machines running with NetBSD and
> Erik> both the KAME and INRIA IPv6 software, and we just slowly
> Erik> learning both to know, but cannot give any well-founded
Sorry to interrupt you, but my reason for sending my comment to the
message originally sent to the KAME mailing list to current-users was not to
bring up a big discussion about binary snapshots and cross-compiling,
but rather to request information and ideas for how external developers
(e.g. the KAME project) can track NetBSD-current in the least painful
way, while keeping focussed on developing their own software.