m.seaman at infracaninophile.co.uk
Thu Jun 10 16:39:31 UTC 2010
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On 10/06/2010 17:26:22, Grant Peel wrote:
> Hi all,
> Its been a while since I have used CVSup.
> I have a server with FreeBSD 8 RELEASE on it. It was built very shortly
> after 8.0 was released.
> I want to run CVSup on the source and ports before deploying it
> TO make sure that just ports and source are updated, what tag do I use
> in the supfile (to stay with RELEASE only)?
> RELENG_8_0 ?
Except that cvsup is spelled csup nowadays -- or at least the C language
version in the base system is csup(1).
Also RELENG_8_0 is a tag that applies /only/ to the source distribution.
Ports simply isn't tagged and branched in the same way. You pretty
much always want HEAD when csup'ing ports.
Verb. Sap. Put something like the following in your /etc/make.conf
(choose a cvsup server closer to you) and you can update both src and
ports by running 'make update' in /usr/src:
(standard-supfile should default to RELENG_8_0 on a box running
8.0-RELEASE, but check and edit the file to make sure)
Dr Matthew J Seaman MA, D.Phil. 7 Priory Courtyard
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