Subject: NetBSD/Alpha kernel tree now == NetBSD-current
To: None <port-alpha@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Chris G Demetriou <Chris_G_Demetriou@UX2.SP.CS.CMU.EDU>
List: port-alpha
Date: 04/12/1996 18:14:11
As of last night, i've finished merging all of the NetBSD/Alpha kernel
changes into NetBSD-current.  A few pieces of code haven't been
updated for new interfaces yet, namely:
	AXPpci support (i.e. AXPpci CPU support and LCA chipset
	    support), and
	AlphaStation 600 support (i.e. AlphaStation 600 CPU support
	    and CIA chipset support).

What this means to you:

	(1) you can now sup NetBSD-current, or obtain it in any other
	    way handy, and build it on your alpha.

	(2) if you have one of the above-mentioned machines, and
	    want to test out new versions of the support code for me,
	    please get in touch.

The compiler toolchain, etc., are still seperate, but the master
source tree has been tweaked appropriately (for a while now), so that
the versions in the master sources won't clobber the NetBSD/Alpha