What happened to src/sys/dev/sound/midi ?
dl at leo.org
Fri Jun 4 18:15:23 GMT 2004
P.D. Seniura wrote on Fri, Jun 04, 2004 at 11:35:14AM -0600:
> > > In fact I've been spotting _many_ commits that I cannot find in the recent
> > > archives. For one, the commit that moves the port print/teTeX to
> > > print/teTeX-base does not present itself in a search
> > AFAIK, it has not yet been committed.
> >From my CTM log for June 2:
> ./20040602/ctm_ports.log:234:> DM /ports/print/teTeX-base
> ./20040602/ctm_ports.log:235:> FM /ports/print/teTeX-base/Makefile
> ./20040602/ctm_ports.log:236:> FM /ports/print/teTeX-base/distinfo
> ./20040602/ctm_ports.log:237:> DM /ports/print/teTeX-base/files
> ./20040602/ctm_ports.log:238:> FM /ports/print/teTeX-base/files/listings.sty
> ./20040602/ctm_ports.log:239:> FM /ports/print/teTeX-base/files/pkg-install.in
> ./20040602/ctm_ports.log:240:> FM /ports/print/teTeX-base/pkg-descr
> ./20040602/ctm_ports.log:241:> FM /ports/print/teTeX-base/pkg-plist
> I just can't find the cvs commit entry on cvs-ports@
> to see what's going on. And Nothing Much Relevent on
> ports at .
As it appears to me, this was neither "move" nor "commit",
because "print/teTeX" does still exist in the tree (and btw
does work with portinstall, instead of teTeX-base, which did
not work, yet, but I did not investigate much further).
I bet my tonight pizza, this was a "repo-copy". A part of the
CVS Repository was directly copied. Since this is an operation
opaque to CVS itself, there cannot be a commit-message or log.
Since a repo-copy can only be performed by the few CVS meisters,
I guess some of them could give a more qualified comment to this
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