Safely jumping off the development tree for Gnome
mezz7 at cox.net
Mon Apr 5 17:14:33 GMT 2004
On Mon, 05 Apr 2004 04:15:13 -0700, Roop Nanuwa <roop at hqst.com> wrote:
> I, like many others I presume, have been following the Gnome development
> and the 2.5 series which has now been released as 2.6. Using the great
> on Marcus' site and the CVS tree there it's been painless and extremely
> easy to do. Now with the release of 2.6 I've decided I don't think I want
> to continue running the bleeding edge development version of the (?2.7?)
> series and would like to just stick with 2.6.0 and the standard ports
> tree updates to it.
> Now my question is - is doing so as simple as just CVSuping my ports
> tree with the standard FreeBSD tree and not running the marcusmerge
> script afterwards anymore? Are there any caveats I should be aware of
> before I do that? Do I need to do anything special before hopping off
> the development train? Tuck and roll?
Nothing, you just contiune CVSup without using marcusmerge and it should
works just like what I am doing it right now.
> Thanks all,
bsdforums.org 's moderator, mezz.
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