Subject: Directory for the upcoming import of XFree86 4.0.2
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From: Bernd Ernesti <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/12/2000 08:26:20
there is one thing we need to decide before I can import XFree86 4.0.2 when it
The directory under which it will be imported.
xsrc/xc will not be used:
- we need to keep both xfree 3.x and 4.x for some time
- start with clean tree and submit ALL changes back to the xfree guys
- it is possible to use both in one directory, but you need to check it
out two times if want to build both version
XFree 4.x doesn't use the contrib directory under xsrc anymore. The programs
from it are now under xc/programs, so we don't need to care about xc/contrib
and only have to take care about xc/local.
I am not sure now which directory I should use.
Here are my proposals:
I tend to use xsrc/xc4, where xc4 wouldn't contain an extra xc directory
so you have to take care when you do import, but I think thats reasonable.
xsrc/xc4 would contain:
CVS Imakefile RELNOTES.PS config fonts nls
INSTALL.PS LABEL RELNOTES.TXT doc include programs
INSTALL.TXT Makefile bug-report extras lib registry
That way we only have to change xsrc/Makefile to build xc and xc4 depending
on a setting in /etc/mk.conf.
I am thinking about to not build xc4 by default, but make it also possible to
build only xc or xc4 or xc and xc4.