Subject: Add NetBSD RCSIDs to 3rd party software (was: CVS commit: src/sys/dist/acpica)
To: Luke Mewburn <>
From: Bernd Ernesti <>
List: current-users
Date: 12/12/2007 08:43:20
On Tue, Dec 11, 2007 at 01:16:18PM +0000, Luke Mewburn wrote:
> Module Name:	src
> Committed By:	lukem
> Date:		Tue Dec 11 13:16:18 UTC 2007
> Modified Files:
> 	src/sys/dist/acpica: dbcmds.c dbdisply.c dbexec.c dbfileio.c dbhistry.c
> 	    dbinput.c dbstats.c dbutils.c dbxface.c dmbuffer.c dmnames.c
> 	    dmobject.c dmopcode.c dmresrc.c dmresrcl.c dmresrcs.c dmutils.c
> 	    dmwalk.c dsfield.c dsinit.c dsmethod.c dsmthdat.c dsobject.c
> 	    dsopcode.c dsutils.c dswexec.c dswload.c dswscope.c dswstate.c
> 	    evevent.c evgpe.c evgpeblk.c evmisc.c evregion.c evrgnini.c evsci.c
> 	    evxface.c evxfevnt.c evxfregn.c exconfig.c exconvrt.c excreate.c
> 	    exdump.c exfield.c exfldio.c exmisc.c exmutex.c exnames.c
> 	    exoparg1.c exoparg2.c exoparg3.c exoparg6.c exprep.c exregion.c
> 	    exresnte.c exresolv.c exresop.c exstore.c exstoren.c exstorob.c
> 	    exsystem.c exutils.c hwacpi.c hwgpe.c hwregs.c hwsleep.c hwtimer.c
> 	    nsaccess.c nsalloc.c nsdump.c nsdumpdv.c nseval.c nsinit.c nsload.c
> 	    nsnames.c nsobject.c nsparse.c nssearch.c nsutils.c nswalk.c
> 	    nsxfeval.c nsxfname.c nsxfobj.c psargs.c psloop.c psopcode.c
> 	    psparse.c psscope.c pstree.c psutils.c pswalk.c psxface.c rsaddr.c
> 	    rscalc.c rscreate.c rsdump.c rsinfo.c rsio.c rsirq.c rslist.c
> 	    rsmemory.c rsmisc.c rsutils.c rsxface.c tbfadt.c tbfind.c
> 	    tbinstal.c tbutils.c tbxface.c tbxfroot.c utalloc.c utcache.c
> 	    utclib.c utcopy.c utdebug.c utdelete.c uteval.c utglobal.c utinit.c
> 	    utmath.c utmisc.c utmutex.c utobject.c utresrc.c utstate.c
> 	    uttrack.c utxface.c
> Log Message:
> NetBSD RCSID love

This is 3rd party software.
Do we really want this kind of change for such a software?

IMHO there is no script, which would add that before 'importing' a new version.

Speaking about ACPI-CA, we also would need the 'compiler' part to update the
acpitools to a newer version from FreeBSD.