In some email I received from David O'Brien, sie wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 27, 2000 at 11:43:04AM +0200, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> > In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Darren Reed writes
> > :
> > >What failed ?  Do you have the make error output ?
> > Did you try to compile LINT before you committed ?
> Hell, forget LINT, just try GENERIC.
> Darren, you really, really have a major problem importing new ipfilter
> bits.  I cannot think of a single time you have not broken world.  What
> can we do to help you prevent this in the future?  Do you compile a
> GENERIC and/or LINT kernel before your change(s)?  Do you ``cvsup'' and
> then test what actually got committed in a virgin src tree?

I don't use cvsup (but may soon) as I have to pay for megabytes at the
moment.  I'm generally compiling/developing on -STABLE (in this case,
the imported code was compiling cleanly on 4.1-RELEASE) and generally
don't think that it'll be _that_ different.

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