cvs commit: src/contrib/bind9 - Imported sources

David O'Brien obrien at FreeBSD.ORG
Mon Sep 20 14:54:36 PDT 2004

On Mon, Sep 20, 2004 at 11:42:17PM +0200, Dag-Erling Sm?rgrav wrote:
> "M. Warner Losh" <imp at> writes:
> > "Jacques A. Vidrine" <nectar at> writes:
> > : Out of the 1,189 BIND 8 files and 2,100 BIND 9 files, there are only 8
> > : files that are in the same place.  It would cause a confusing mess to
> > : import this over src/contrib/bind and it would offer no benefit that I
> > : can see.
> > That, however, is a decent reason.  Thanks.  You should have just said
> > that in the first place, rather than be argumentative with David.
> I am sorry that "they are two completely different code bases" was not
> clear enough.  Please send me a copy of the dictionary you use so that
> I may know in the future which words you understand and which you
> don't.

    <disconnect BIND8 from the build>
    # tar xf bind-9.*.tar*
    # cd bind-9*
    # cvs import src/contrib/bind ISC bind_9
    # cd /home/ncvs/src/contrib/bind
    # grep -R -L bind_9 * | grep -v Attic \
        | sed -e 's/,v//g' >/tmp/files_to_cvs_rm.out
    # cd /usr/src/
    # cvs up contrib/bind
    # cvs rm -f `cat /tmp/files_to_cvs_rm.out`
    # cvs ci -m 'Files in BIND8 not in BIND9'
    <commit updated Bmake bits>
    <reconnect BIND9 to the build>

That is what my dictionary has.  So what in yours makes the above steps
so hard??

-- David    (obrien at

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