fast rate of major FreeBSD releases to STABLE
kayve at sfsu.edu
Sat May 19 08:22:46 UTC 2007
On Thu, 17 May 2007, linimon at lonesome.com (Mark Linimon) wrote:
> On Thu, May 17, 2007 at 01:35:10PM -0500, Craig Boston wrote:
> The alternative would have been to commit what we had and _then_ found
> out all the bugs in the upgrade process (note: you won't be able to just
> blindly use portupgrade -af; you will need to read the UPDATING file for
> the proper procedure. This is the unusual case of being such a sweeping
> change that the port management tools are not completely up to the task.)
okay could this freeze an explanation for the fact that my x is totally
hosed? i know any random joe can't necessarily answer that.. but assuming
it is true..
how long is this freeze going to last then?
>> I don't know if portmgr@ has approved any commits during the xorg freeze
>> or not.
> Nope. There are simply too many ports that have interdependencies among
> the xorg ports.
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