Subject: Re: kernel filesystem code move
To: Luke Mewburn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 12/30/2002 17:37:59
> | > how about a slightly different marking: "DEAD" vs "dead". with
> | > "DEAD" meaning consider dead for checkout but not for diff. CVS
> | > hack required, but only on the server side (I think, it's been a
> | > while since I've used this). Patch attached.
> | That's more or less what I suggested, and I think it is a good
> | idea. It allows diffs and imports to continue to work without breaking
> | date based checkouts.
>Would this require that anoncvs & cvsweb repository mirrors need to
>run the "netbsd modified cvs(1)" in this case to function correctly?
>If so, we need to consider the ramifications of this, even if it's
>just "you need to run a netbsd modified cvs(1)" ...
off the top of my head i'd say "yes" and "no".
yes, the anoncvs mirrors would almost certainly need a modified cvs
no, i think cvsweb actually grovels the repository by using rcs
commands directly on the ,v files. it would probably need a modified
rcs co binary. :)
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