To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jan Schaumann <email@example.com>
Date: 02/18/2002 20:13:32
Some questions regarding the meaning of a few things in
Wrt HEAD, it says:
"When you're current ..."
"When you're updated -r netbsd-1-4-base ..."
"When you're updated -r netbsd-1-4-PATCH001 or -r netbsd-1-4 ..."
Is the meaning here: "When you update by using 'cvs update -r
netbsd-1-4-base' ..."? It seems to me the wording is akward and
Further down it says:
"You can use -Dnow (but that's occasionally kinda broken, in the presence
of deleted files... though at least not too verbose about it"
The last part of the sentence doesn't parse.
"After a commit to the branch, if you're willing to do multiple updates
and use -kk, you can also tell by doing something like:"
You can also tell _what_?
I'm just wondering, since I'm trying to translate this page and stumbled
upon this and think it should be corrected to be less ambiguous.
Clarification appreciated! :)
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