DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2006-12
Re: make buildworld crash, unwind.h
On 12/7/06, walt <email@example.com> wrote:
Justin C. Sherrill wrote:
> On Thu, December 7, 2006 3:39 pm, Peter Avalos wrote:
>>> When is cvsup appropriate vs. cvs? Using cvsup is what we have
>> It appears that he is using cvsup to get the repo, and usung cvs to update
>> his src/ tree.
> Should we be describing that in documentation? I see both techniques in
> use, but I haven't seen a reason one should be described over the other.
> (I always just used cvsup.)
I love cvsup, but lately we DragonFly fans are completely dependent on a
binary cvsup package because ezm3 won't compile.
The obvious solution is to use csup, which is a cvsup-workalike written
in C. It works flawlessly on FreeBSD and NetBSD but not (yet) on DFBSD
because of the newer version of cvs that we use.
I've emailed the csup guru (Maxime Henrion) about updating csup, but
I've had no answer from him. I hope Maxime is in good health and is
just too busy to deal with csup, but I really don't know.
Anyone who is interested in updating csup can get the sources here:
FWIW, http://mu.org/~mux/csup-snap-20060318.tgz does the trick for
me. My supfile is below:
-- cut here --
*default release=cvs tag=.
*default delete use-rel-suffix
-- and here --
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