keeping track of local modifications
eitanadlerlist at gmail.com
Sat Nov 29 15:06:52 PST 2008
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I'm starting to work on local modifications to freeBSD and I was
thinking of how to keep track of my local modifications.
My first thought was to make a svn repo and and keep the freeBSD source
as a "vendor branch". Has anyone else done this? What else do you do to
keep track of local modifications?
Note: I'm tracking -STABLE; not -CURRENT.
As an aside can anyone point me to a relatively easy bug/feature that I
can work on as a beginner C coder?
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