Subject: Re: A plea for CVS sanity...
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com>
From: Adam Wight <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/25/1999 15:45:16
>> I may be missing something embarrassingly obvious, but it looks like no
>> methods exist for mirroring the actual netbsd cvs tree, only for retrieving
>> arbitrary versions of source files individually. I probably don't need to
>> explain why this would be wonderful, but I'm wondering if a conscious
>> decision was made to not make the CVS files public.
> What's in ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD-cvs/main/ then?
Okay, I definitely missed something embarrassingly obvious, but I think I may
still have a toe or two left uneaten... What barriers exist to a cvsup setup?
I'll gladly port the client and server if this is an issue.
Also, the existence of NetBSD-cvs/ should probably be in
Currently the documentation recommends under "Tracking NetBSD-current with CVS"
that the user grab a copy of the source tree, make a CVS repository out of
it, SUP source changes, and then cvs import them. If there is a way to SUP
the cvs files directly, then it should be added to the documentation.