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mvme167 patch for rtems-4.5.0-beta1c
- Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 17:31:34 -0500
- From: charles.gauthier at nrc.ca (Charles-Antoine Gauthier)
- Subject: mvme167 patch for rtems-4.5.0-beta1c
Partially. Thanks. I have taken the habit of using -ko a lot with CVS.
What I mostly had in mind is the result of doing a bootstrap. For some
reason, all my rtems/aclocal/*.m4 files have joel's id in them. When I
bootstrap, the generated aclocal.m4 files get my id. This doesn't sound
right. Why are the macros not copied without fiddling of the id strings?
"John M. Mills" wrote:
> On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Charles-Antoine Gauthier wrote:
> > Now if we could just deal with those annoying ID strings... Any way to
> > bootstrap without having my name appear in the files? It generates too
> > many false diffs.
> I run diffs between exported, rather than checked-out source trees, so I
> do something like:
> % cvs -d $OAR_CVSROOT export -kk -D "<date_string>" rtems \
> -d <desired_path1>
> and similarly for the working tree into <desired_path2>. Then from just
> above them:
> % diff -u -r -N <desired_path1> <desired_path2> > <desired_diff_filename>
> I now have a pretty clean patch set which may be applied back against a
> normal, checked-out source tree. Most keywords are reduced to their
> /* $Id$ */
> I don't know if that's what you were looking for.
> John Mills, Sr. Software Engineer
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