questions on development(7)
outbackdingo at gmail.com
Fri Nov 9 06:29:37 PST 2007
well thats kinda hard to do with CVS, though other revision systems such
as mercurial, bazaar, git and perforce, even subversion do it well,
there is also a mercurial respository for FreeBSD out there some where
On Fri, 2007-11-09 at 05:36 +0000, Aryeh M. Friedman wrote:
> >> 2. If yes to #1 how do I setup keeping everything except my modified
> >> code in sync (and if possible to retro activally apply patchs from the
> >> local branch unto the main source tree [/usr/src2])
> > You won't be able to commit to the BSD repo from your server. I
> > think you should treat your repo as read only and use cvsup to keep
> > it up to date. At least that's what I do.
> What I meant was how do I keep from clobbering my local changes?
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