Subject: Re: How do I get NetBSD-1.5 src with fixes?
To: Rob Healey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Frederick Bruckman <email@example.com>
Date: 12/20/2000 10:09:03
On Wed, 20 Dec 2000, Rob Healey wrote:
> SUP NetBSD-release is 1.4.4. SUP NetBSD-current is 1.5.1. The tar files
> on ftp.netbsd.org for NetBSD-1.5 that I can find appear to be from
> Anon-CVS appears to only handle -current from the docs I can
> find on the web page.
Just update or checkout with the "netbsd-1-5" tag. E.g, if you already
have a checkout with no tag, or any unpacked tarball:
cvs update -Pd -A -rnetbsd-1-5
If your sources are from a clean sup, you won't have the CVS
directories, unfortunately. In that case, I would suggest you download
the source tarballs from the NetBSD-1.5 release and update via
anoncvs. All the directions and alternatives (ssh, pserver) on the web
page apply; just add the '-r' option to get the tag you want.
> So, how does one sup or CVS the NetBSD-1.5 release source tree with
> the recent fixes applied?
Discussions are still underway on how to handle all active branches
with sup. There are now *two* release branches -- netbsd-1-4 and
netbsd-1-5 -- in addition to current. Expect an official announcement
sometime in the near future.