In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Mike Meyer writes:
: Hmm - you mean 'cvs diff' can't be pointed at sys to get a list of
: everything you've touched?
No, I mean that I have NEWCARD changes as well, that usually never get
touched. And it is sometimes easy to get things confused.
: I just now grabbed the latest sources, and got the following:
Where did you get them? Before I sent the last mail message out I
built the kernel on a fresh tree and kicked off a world build (which
: If it usually "just worked", it wouldn't be a problem. I expected to
: have systems that would at times be a bit delicate for a time, or
: require old kernels, or the like. What I *didn't* expect was that the
: usual update procedure would be get new sources, watch the build fail,
: fix it if possible, or post a note to -current and repeat the process
: when someone claimed it was fixed.
So we're down to stale sources at one of the mirrors, I think. My
kernel tree here is completely clean and checked out from the my local
cvs tree. Where do you get your sources from? What revision of
src/sys/dev/pccard/card_if.m do you have? The following changed fixes
date: 2000/08/11 15:51:51; author: imp; state: Exp; lines: +8 -1
Define get_memory_offset method
Which is Friday Morning MST (the time is GMT). Plenty of time for the
mirrors to be updated.
: That may be true - which would mean it wouldn't be any better than
: FreeBSD has been for the past few months. Or any worse. On the other
: hand, breaking the build on other projects I've worked on was
: considered a major blunder. That doesn't seem to be the case here.
That is the case here. Believe me. But sitting around pointing
fingers after the problem has been fixed is usually not done.
: > If you aren't a developer or have another compelling reason to track
: > -current, track -stable.
: Well, I was hoping to chase out the last of the bugs in the usb modem
: driver, and possibly try and recover some of the functionality lost
: when the snd drivers quit working. But the latest version of the
: former isn't in the tree yet, and new sound cards are cheaper than the
: time to work on the latter (if only the documentation on pcm did and
: didn't support were accurate). That was the justification for my
: converting to -current in the first place. I figured I'd track
: -current to make the lifes of the people actually committing the code
: easier, but that seems sort of pointless.
That's a compelling reason.
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