On Fri, Jul 14, 2000 at 01:56:31PM +0200, Sheldon Hearn wrote:
> Also, he clarified the last sentence for me, by saying that it's the
> crypto ,v files that need to be removed and not the checked out crypto
> files.

What about the non-US cvsup mirrors? Most of them used cvsup to mirror
the crypto distributions from internat. Does this mean that these mirrors
have to nuke theier local copies (of the crypto files), too? That would
be a major problem for all users of these mirrors. They would have to
wait until "their" mirror fixed it's copy...

Is it possible to check if a repository is affected? Something along the
lines of "/home/ncvs/src/crypto/foo.c should have revision bar, last
commit by ... on ..., the md5 should be ..."

"People who claim Windows in superior to Unix are the same people who'd
 argue that you better use your hand instead of toilet paper to wipe your
 ass. I can hear them now - 'It's colourful and it's intuitive and easy
 to use and even a child could do it.'".

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