Subject: Re: "upgrading" pkgsrc with lower version?
To: Lubomir Sedlacik <salo@Xtrmntr.org>
From: Alistair Crooks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/13/2002 18:44:04
On Wed, Nov 13, 2002 at 06:36:03PM +0100, Lubomir Sedlacik wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 13, 2002 at 11:58:09AM +0000, Rasputin wrote:
> > * Lubos Vrbka <email@example.com> [1131 17:31]:
> > >
> > > is it possible to "upgrade" to lower version of pkgsrc? i
> > > accidentaly have one computer with -current version of pkgsrc and
> > > some programs don't compile ("stable" version is ok) - does anyone
> > > have some experience with this?
> > There isn't a stable/current split in pkgsrc AFAIK - it's all current.
> yes, there is. netbsd-1-6 is the stable branch.
The netbsd-1-6 pkgsrc branch is supposed to be a known set of
packages, together with security pullups, and portability fixes. It
was meant to fix the fact that CVS tags don't really work well for
slower (sparc) bulk builds like Dan's just done, which can take a
number of weeks. The netbsd-1-6 pkgsrc branch doesn't really fit into
the standard stable/current model as used in other parts of NetBSD.