Nathan Scott wrote:
I just redid the way the tree is synced.
Delete the files whenever... if things work better they should disappear from
cvs tree... if not I get out the hand dany rm and start the tree from scratch.
It isn't a bunch of work most of the process is automated.
> > ...
> > I cannot reproduce your problem with the current 2.4.0-test1-xfs
> > source. I am running from the SGI p_tools tree, not CVS, I wonder if
> > CVS is out of sync. It is puzzling that the Rules.make:75 and
> > fs/xfs/Makefile:93 lines have nothing to do with target xfs.o.
> > ...
> If the cvs tree needs to be remade, could someone let me know
> beforehand please - I have several files I'd like to remove at
> some point.
> (these dup jdm ones still, and a few more too now...)
> --- Forwarded mail from <nathans@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> ("Nathan Scott")
> From: "Nathan Scott" <nathans@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 14:27:18 -0500
> To: cattelan@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: (Fwd) TAKE - jdm.[ch]
> g'day Russell,
> I have a number of these duplicate jdm.[ch] files which I'd
> like to remove from the tree - can you suggest a time that
> I can do it which wont break the process which pushes source
> to oss?
> --- Forwarded mail from nathans@snort (Nathan Scott)
> Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 14:14:30 +1000 (EST)
> From: nathans@snort (Nathan Scott)
> To: linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: TAKE - jdm.[ch]
> Modid: 2.4.0-test1-xfs:slinx:67118a
> Date: Tue Jul 18 21:12:24 PDT 2000
> Workarea: snort:/build4/nathans/base-2.4.0-test1-xfs
> Author: nathans
> The following file(s) were checked into:
> cmd/xfs/bstat/Makefile - 1.6
> cmd/xfs/bstat/xfs_bstat.c - 1.4
> cmd/xfs/fsr/Makefile - 1.2
> cmd/xfs/fsr/fsr_xfs.c - 1.2
> cmd/xfs/handle/Makefile - 1.4
> cmd/xfs/include/handle.h - 1.2
> cmd/xfs/handle/jdm.c - 1.1
> cmd/xfs/include/jdm.h - 1.1
> - rationalise all of the jdm.[ch] files such that tools use one
> version of these two files (by linking with libhandle.a).
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