I'm *sure* I'm doing something wrong here, but I can't figure it out.
I am using cvsup to keep a -current cvs tree on my system. According to
the web access cvs tree, a file I am looking at should be version 1.16.
When I try
cvs -R co -f src/sys/dev/ppbus/immio.c
I get version 1.15. When I look at the .c,v file in the cvs tree, it says
HEAD is 1.16, but $Id says it is 1.15. The same string expanded in the web
cvs tree says 1.16. It seems I am always one behind, even though HEAD in
the cvs file reflects the -current version.
What silly mistake am I making?
Microsoft complaining about the source license used by
Linux is like the event horizon calling the kettle black.
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