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Tuesday, March 27, 2001, 8:19:42 PM, you wrote:
> I've actually heard that from a couple of other people lately --
> cvsupit still assumes that crypto should not be pulled down, and the
> crypto code is now assumed in the default build. This may just be a
> product of the packagized version of cvsupit shipped in the past,
> might also be the case that cvsupit needs to be updated to take into
> account changes in our cvsup policies and source layout.
Actually, it doesn't even ask the user what to do with crypto if 5
CURRENT is selected (can't remember for sure what it did when one
selected 4 STABLE). So even if the user selects everything that is
presented to him, src-crypto and src-secure won't be in the cvsup file
and thus a normal attempt to build the system will break. Guess it is
time to formulate a PR on this...
Oh and while I'm on it: where is src/crypto/rijndael in the CVS?
CVSWEB doesn't find it, neither does it get downloaded (this time
using a complete supfile ;-)...
(although I managed to get the necessary files after searching with
google but obviously they are not on the FreeBSD site. Those seem to
be used only by the kernel as world will build without them.)
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