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Re: latest version of 2010Q1
> From: George Georgalis <george%galis.org@localhost>
> On Tue 20 Jul 2010 at 11:30:55 PM -0700, Stefan Schaeckeler wrote:
> >> From: "Ian D. Leroux" <idleroux%fastmail.fm@localhost>
> >> On Tue, 20 Jul 2010 11:28 -0700, "Stefan Schaeckeler"
> >> <schaecsn%gmx.net@localhost>
> >> wrote:
> >> > I would like to install the latest version of 2010Q1 (not 2010Q2).
> >> > [...] I was expecting cvs update to update some files. Nothing is
> >> > updated.
> >> >
> >> > I assume I have now the earliest version of 2010Q1.
> >> I thought the whole point of the pkgsrcYYYYQX branches was to be frozen
> >> snapshots of the pkgsrc tree at fairly sane points in its history. I
> >> wouldn't expect there to be any updates for cvs to get once a certain
> >> quarterly branch has been downloaded [unless you point cvs at a later
> >> quarterly branch (or back at the main development branch), which you've
> >> explicitly said you don't want to do].
> >> In other words, if I'm not mistaken, you've already got 2010Q1 and
> >> that's all there is to it.
> >> Somebody please correct me if I'm spouting nonsense,
> >I believe there are security updates for pkgsrcYYYYQX branches and sometimes
> >compiling issues are fixed as well.
> Yes. I keep these notes in my crontab
> # to change tag on a local checkout..
> # cd /usr/src && cvs -q upd -dP -r netbsd-4 .
> # cd /usr/pkgsrc && cvs -q upd -dP -r pkgsrc-2007Q3 .
> # to make a fresh checkout..
> # cd /usr && cvs -qd $CVSROOT co -r $TAG -P pkgsrc
> # cd /usr && cvs -qd $CVSROOT co -r $TAG -P src
> if your tag is already set in your checkout, all you need to
> get the latest version is:
> cvs -q upd -dP
Pkgsrc documentation suggestions to have "update -dP" in ~/.cvsrc. So, my "cvs
update" command is equivalent to what you propose.
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