Subject: Re: what does it mean from 1.2B to -current
To: c5666305 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 02/11/1997 11:47:48
NetBSD -current means the 'current' version of the development
At the moment this is '1.2C' - a few weeks back it was '1.2B',
before that it was '1.2A', and before that it would have been
1.1A' (IIRC :).
uname -a will show '1.2C' if you use the current sources.
Thought for : Loathing the way "Don't cry for me Argentina" has
the day : been bastardized by Madonna into a 'disco' song.
On Tue, 11 Feb 1997, c5666305 wrote:
> I saw message about change from 1.2 Beta to -current for the couple of days. I
> simply don't know what its mean. I constantly update my system by make build
> from the surce of ftp.netbsd.org. I would like to know the change from 1.2 beta
> to -current. if uname -a, will it show NetBSD ...... current .....
> Clarence CHAN