Subject: Re: Bringing CVS Into the Tree
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From: Greg A. Woods) <email@example.com (Greg A. Woods@planix.com>
Date: 01/10/2000 14:05:42
[ On Monday, January 10, 2000 at 03:09:09 (-0500), Curt Sampson wrote: ]
> Subject: Bringing CVS Into the Tree
> Since anonymous CVS is now an official method for getting and
> updating copies of both the NetBSD source tree and the NetBSD pkgsrc
> tree, I'm proposing that it would be a good idea to bring CVS into
> the main tree, rather than having it just a package.
That would be OK. It is GNU GPL'ed. Parts of it are LGPL'ed.
> If people are
> worried about `bloat,' I'm happy to consider proposals for removing
> other, less-used tools, such as RCS, or perhaps sup.
That would not be OK -- I think RCS is a basic fundamental tool
necessary on any Unix-alike (unless you also have SCCS :-)
Greg A. Woods
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