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Re: GCC 10 available for testing etc. in -current.
On 17/04/21 6:30 pm, Lloyd Parkes wrote:
I am using the Mercurial repository at https://anonhg.NetBSD.org/src
for fetching the source code because it's nice and quick
So I'm now downloading the source code through CVS instead of Mercurial
because nobody else seems to be having the same problems that I'm having
building with GCC 10.
I've been running CVS for more than two hours now, and it has terminated
with a broken connection 10 (make that 11) times so far. I'm rerunning
with "cvs update", so I am making progress. Even so, CVS has only just
got to paths starting with the letter "d".
As someone who has used CVS for almost 30 years now, I'm happy to say
that CVS just needs to be retired. Have a flag day, check that the
content in the HEADs all match up and then make CVS read-only. I know
many of us are old and grumpy, but that model T isn't our every day
drive any more.
p.s. The code in Mercurial seems to match what I can browse on the FTP
site, so I really am at a loss as to why I can't build, so I am checking
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