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Re: CVS commit: pkgsrc/net/ocamlnet
On Sat, Jul 21, 2012 at 05:30:53PM -0400, Gary Duzan wrote:
> In Message
> =>=> On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 01:17:35PM -0400, gary%duzan.org@localhost
> =>=> > I've even managed some success doing incremental
> =>=> > conversions from CVS (though the CVS repo could use a bit of cleanup
> =>=> > make it seamless).
> =>=> if you mean the NetBSD CVS repository please elaborate...
> => Sorry, no. This was a CVS repo we have at work. The main issue there
> =>was with some files that were removed then readded, with the deleted
> =>version having a newer timestamp in CVS. The versions after the restore
> =>were not preserved. Other than that, though, doing incremental
> =>conversions has been smooth.
> => I have attempted to do NetBSD repo conversions in the past, but the
> =>main issue was memory, as the changeset building code is a pig. I'll
> =>make another attempt when I get a chance. Maybe it would be a good
> =>excuse to buy that new hardware with 32GB RAM I've been looking at...
> I made the attempt with my 12GB of RAM against an rsync clone
> of the CVS src repo, and it made it a fair ways, if slowly, until
> it hit:
> 371622 avoid losing precision warnings
> 371621 add explicit casts to avoid parameter conversion warnings.
> 371620 fix non-portable bit-fields
> 371619 const poisoning.
> 371618 - Process all passed option rather than ignoring silently except the
> first one.
> abort: malformed response from CVS
> The "const poisoning" version was from July 2000, and seems to
> have been imported properly. I'll see if I can figure out why
> exactly it died, and also see how it does with xsrc, pkgsrc, and
The "process all passed option" changeset is version 1.7 of
The changeset after that (which is potentially the one it aborted on)
is version 1.14 of src/sys/arch/i386/stand/dosboot/Makefile.
I don't see anything particularly unusual about either of them with
either cvs log or cvs diff...
Thanks for trying this.
David A. Holland
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