In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Kent Stewart writes:
> On Friday 02 February 2007 07:26, Kevin Kinsey wrote:
> > Cy Schubert wrote:
> > > What is a CVSup "Touch"? What is it? (A touch, right?) Why does it
> > > happen? What triggers it?
> > >
> > > e.g.
> > > Touch ports/devel/makeplus/files/patch-main.mk,v
> > > Touch ports/devel/makeplus/pkg-descr,v
> > > Touch ports/devel/makeplus/pkg-plist,v
> > >
> > > I have a CVSup that's been running here for 15 minutes touching
> > > every ,v file in ports. It still has not competed.
> > Could we see your supfile? Looks as if CVSup is, err, "barking up
> > the wrong tree"?
> I suspect that it is part of decoupling FreeBSD-4.x from the port tree.
That's what I suspect. I think that the files were either updated or
touched to make sure that the whole tree was propagated the next time
people did a CVSup of the tree itself. It's not a big deal, it the first
time I've noticed CVSup do that as I usually just look at the exit status
of my cron job and go onto the next email.
Cy Schubert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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