Hi,

 
A while ago I've posted :

>  I have 2 identical (copy/paste) ports-supfiles on two machines:
> 
>  it# grep -v '#' /etc/ports-supfile
>  *default host=cvsup.ro.FreeBSD.org
>  *default base=/usr
>  *default prefix=/usr
>  *default release=cvs tag=.
>  *default delete use-rel-suffix
>  *default compress
>  ports-all
> 
>  one is produceing :
>  Updating collection ports-all/cvs  
>   Edit ports/audio/abcmidi/Makefile  
>   Edit ports/audio/abcmidi/distinfo
>  ...
> 
>  The other:
>  Updating collection ports-all/cvs
>   Edit ports/mail/perdition/pkg-plist
>   Edit ports/math/R-letter/Makefile
>   SetAttrs ports/math/p5-Statistics-Distributions/Makefile,v
>   SetAttrs ports/math/p5-Statistics-Distributions/distinfo,v
>  ...
> 
>  I run it like:
>  # cvsup -g /etc/ports-supfile on both machines.
> 
>  The stupid question:
>  why on the second I have the `,v' suffix ?

On the problem machine (4.7) it was installed cvsup-without-gui; now
that I've deinstalled and installed cvsup it outputs OK (e.g. without
`,v'), with the same cvsup config file. 

I wonder if:
1. anyone can reproduce this.
2. if 1. is it a bug or a feature.


-- 
IOnut
Unregistered ;) FreeBSD user
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