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Re: CVS commit: basesrc
> > Modified Files:
> > basesrc/distrib/sets/lists/xbase [netbsd-1-4]: mi
> > Log Message:
> > Pull up revisions 1.14-1.16:
> > o Update for XFree86 3.3.4
> > o Update for XFree86 3.3.5
> > o RCS Id policy conformance
> > (tron)
> Um, does this make sense?
I hope it does.
> AFAIK, xsrc was not branched for 1.4, only tagged. Now if I want
> to build X for the 1.4 branch, I have to use xsrc-current, and I
> don't know if that builds with 1.4 (things like the mktemp(1) come
> to mind, that are only present in -current). The xsrc tagged as
> netbsd-1-4-RELEASE and probably netbsd-1-4-PATCH001 will not work,
> as they're pre-3.3.5, and thus don't match these set-lists.
As far as I've understood, it's common to retag xsrc on point
releases. In practical terms this means that on the netbsd-1-4
branch, we should be building against xsrc-current at this time. If
that doesn't work it should be fixed before we retag xsrc for 1.4.2.
I'll put "check building of xsrc" up on my TODO list; but don't let
that prevent others to check/fix.
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