kaiwai.gardiner at gmail.com
Sat May 20 17:25:42 PDT 2006
On Sunday 21 May 2006 10:54, Jonathan Noack wrote:
> On 05/20/06 18:42, Matthew Gardiner wrote:
> > On Sunday 21 May 2006 06:41, Jonathan Noack wrote:
> >> On 05/19/06 01:44, Matthew Gardiner wrote:
> >>> On Friday 19 May 2006 05:07, Ronald Klop wrote:
> >>>> This commit of the drm/dri stuff yesterday on 6-STABLE rocks.
> >>>> It works out of the box on my i810.
> >>>> I think FreeBSD is now ready for the desktop since xlock looks really
> >>>> cool.
> >>> Pardon? the DRM/DRI stuff yesturday? going by the ports/graphics/dri,
> >>> it hasn't been touched in over three months.
> >> He was referring to an update of the kernel drivers:
> >> http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/cvs-src/2006-May/063838.html
> >> -Jonathan
> > So I assume that those updates will appear in 6.2 or some other future
> > update?
> Correct, these updates will appear in 6.2.
> > how does RELENG_6 differ from my setup of RELENG_6_1?
> RELENG_6 is the branch from which 6.x releases are built. During the
> 6.1 release cycle, the RELENG_6 branch was "copied" to create the
> RELENG_6_1 errata branch, from which 6.1-RELEASE was actually built.
> New features and bug fixes for 6.2 go into RELENG_6, but only security
> and critical bug fixes will go into RELENG_6_1.
In regards to stability, how stable are these additions? I'm assuming they've
gone through a pretty rigorous testing before merging?
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