FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 Available...
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Fri Nov 18 16:21:51 UTC 2011
On Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 1:35 PM, Luchesar V. ILIEV
<luchesar.iliev at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 18/11/2011 12:53, Thomas Mueller wrote:
>>> If you would like to use csup/cvsup mechanisms to access the source
>>> tree the branch tag to use is now "RELENG_9_0", if you use "." (head)
>>> you will get 10-CURRENT. If you would like to access the source tree
>>> via SVN it is "svn://svn.freebsd.org/base/releng/9.0/". We still have
>>> the nit that the creation of a new SVN branch winds up causing what
>>> looks like a check-in of the entire tree in CVS (a side-effect of the
>>> svn2cvs exporter) so "mergemaster -F" is your friend if you are using
>> About a couple days before seeing this message, or the message on the FreeBSD web site, but after seeing RC2 on the ftp.freebsd.org server,
>> I already ran csup with
>> *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_9
>> Am I screwed, am I OK, or do I simply have to rerun csup with RELENG_9_0 instead of RELENG_9 ?
> RELENG_9 (cvs) = stable/9 (svn) = 9.N-STABLE (newvers.sh, `uname -r`)
> RELENG_9_0 (cvs) = releng/9.0 (svn) = 9.0-RELEASE (newvers.sh, uname)
> In short, if you want to use the 9.0-RELEASE (when it finally gets
> ready), then you need to switch to RELENG_9_0. If you prefer using
> -STABLE for your systems, then you're OK with RELENG_9.
> In case you don't know or are not quite sure about the differences
> between -RELEASE and -STABLE, I'd recommend switching to RELENG_9_0.
>> Again, I can't find that file (needle in the haystack) in /usr/src tree that shows version number such as RC2.
> This has already been answered, but just a quick note. If you've
> recently updated your sources using the RELENG_9 tag, you'll most likely
> see the version in newvers.sh as:
> If you switch to RELENG_9_0 and update your sources again, you should
> see the familiar:
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Correct me if I am wrong but up until 9.0 is released there isn't any
practical difference between RELENG_9 & RELENG_9_0
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