DragonFly kernel List (threaded) for 2005-07
Re: cvs crosscheck up again
At 11:02 AM +0200 7/8/05, Simon 'corecode' Schubert wrote:
just wanted to drop a quick note that the cvscrosscheck which
existed at the beginning of the year is now up again. it still
needs some tweaks, but I consider it almost there where I want
it to be.
cvs rdiff: /space/cvs/openbsd/CVSROOT/config : unrecognized keyword `umask'
This is very interesting work. When looking at a 'changeset'
under OpenBSD, I often see some extra clutter lines such as:
cvs rdiff: /space/cvs/openbsd/CVSROOT/config : unrecognized keyword `dlimit'
cvs rdiff: /space/cvs/openbsd/CVSROOT/options : unrecognized keyword `umask'
cvs rdiff: /space/cvs/openbsd/CVSROOT/options : unrecognized
I haven't noticed this in freebsd or netbsd sections, but then I
haven't looked around all that much.
I like the idea of having some attempt to collect change-sets.
Another "cvs-via-web" setup that does this is:
which has some other interesting ideas. You might have to bounce
around a bit to notice them. They have a 'show deltas' option which
is something like a named-link to a change set (I have no idea where
the name comes from). When you click on it, you get a simple listing
of which files where effected by that changeset. Something along the
** DELTA move-readmes-one-level-up-20010716 **
File Name Old New
------------------------------ --- ---
openafs/INSTALL - 1.1
openafs/README - 1.1
openafs/README.OBSOLETE - 1.1
openafs/README.SECURITY - 1.1
openafs/src/INSTALL 1.2 -
openafs/src/README 1.12 -
openafs/src/README.OBSOLETE 1.3 -
openafs/src/README.SECURITY 1.3 -
(with an optional 4th column which has a link named 'diff' for
any line which has both an old and a new version...)
I think that some of their web pages end up a bit too busy with
too much going on, but I can see how some of the extra features
would be useful.
Garance Alistair Drosehn = gad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Senior Systems Programmer or gad@xxxxxxxxxxx
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute or drosih@xxxxxxx