cvs commit: src/contrib/openpam/include/security openpam_attr.h
jhb at freebsd.org
Mon Jan 21 07:07:56 PST 2008
On Monday 21 January 2008 07:56:53 am Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote:
> Dag-Erling Smørgrav <des at des.no> writes:
> > Rong-En Fan <rafan at FreeBSD.org> writes:
> > > Added files: (Branch: RELENG_7)
> > > contrib/openpam/include/security openpam_attr.h
> > > Log:
> > > - Add missing file for OpenPAM Hydrangea MFC
> > Bugger. Of course, 'make world' worked fine before I committed, and I
> > didn't notice that the new file wasn't included in the commit. Thank
> > you for taking care of it.
> OK, this is very weird.
> I did a cvs up on the tree I committed from, and discovered that not
> only had openpam_attr.h been correctly 'cvs add'ed, but several other
> removed or added files were not committed:
> R contrib/openpam/MANIFEST
> A contrib/openpam/compile
> R contrib/openpam/configure.in
> R contrib/openpam/ltconfig
> R contrib/openpam/mkinstalldirs
> R contrib/openpam/stamp-h.in
> cvs update: conflict: contrib/openpam/include/security/openpam_attr.h created independently by second party
> C contrib/openpam/include/security/openpam_attr.h
> Fortunately, none of these (except opempam_attr.h) were important.
> There is something rotten in the state of CVS.
> I believe the command I used to commit was
> % fncvs commit -m contrib/openpam/commit-message contrib/openpam lib/libpam usr.sbin/ppp
> (where fncvs is an alias for 'cvs -z3 -d ncvs.freebsd.org:/home/ncvs')
> Apparently, it only committed modified files, not added or removed
Are you running HEAD with the recent CVS import? It appears to have
introduced at least one other bug as well (a duplicate free() bug was
reported on the lists as a regression).
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