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Re: CVS commit: src/external/bsd/lutok/dist

On Feb 16, 2013, at 16:01 , matthew green <> wrote:

>> On Feb 16, 2013, at 10:06 , "Julio Merino" <> wrote:
>>> Module Name:        src
>>> Committed By:       jmmv
>>> Date:               Sat Feb 16 15:06:53 UTC 2013
>>> Update of /cvsroot/src/external/bsd/lutok/dist
>>> In directory
>>> N src/external/bsd/lutok/dist/
>> [...]
>> And, of course, this is wrong. I didn't "cd dist" right before doing
>> the import, so too many things got in the wrong place. Thanks, CVS.
>> I have emailed admins to request their help/advice. If possible, I'd
>> like the directory removed, but I'm not sure if that's what we do in
>> these cases (although vague memories seem to refer to this).
> it would be best if you imported lutok/dist separately from
> the rest of the files.   they're separate pieces.  the tags
> GOOGLE-CODE and lutok-0-2 don't belong on the netbsd specific
> infrastructure parts (in lib/, bin/, ...)

Yes.  As I replied to my original email, this was a mistake on my side: note 
that there are two dist/dist/ levels... I intended to import into dist/, but I 
was in the wrong directory.  Fatfingering this is all too easy :-/

The good news is that the ticket I filed with admins@ has been promptly 
resolved (thanks spz@!): the dist/dist/ files have been moved to dist/ and the 
remaining reachover Makefiles have been removed.  I'll proceed to re-add them 


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