Subject: Re: Which source tree should I suck down?
To: Jay Maynard <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/23/1998 22:29:36
If you have the space you should probably use sup to keep a local
tree updated, then cvs import into your working tree, so you can
easily track what is changing...
Neighbours should be one of:
a) Understanding b) Distant c) Deaf
On Mon, 22 Jun 1998, Jay Maynard wrote:
> I've built and tested a cross-compile environment among my systems. Now, I
> need to suck down a reasonably current source tree and start hacking in
> earnest. What should I grab, from where, and how? Should I try to keep my
> copy in sync with anyone else's, and how would I go about doing that? I
> suppose I should learn to fly CVS; anything else I should learn?