[klibc] Re: klibc integrated with the 2.5.8-rc2 kernel

Jon Smirl jonsmirl at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 30 08:28:10 PDT 2004

If you host at bkbits.net (it's free) Bitmover will set up a bk to cvs
bridge for you. The CVS access is read only. So you would make changes
against the CVS and then send diffs to the bk commiter. When the bk
person commits changes will appear in both trees. This is how the
kernel developers do it.

--- "H. Peter Anvin" <hpa at zytor.com> wrote:

> Sam Ravnborg wrote:
> > 
> > hpa: How do we proceed with this. I do _not_ want to track klibc
> > in my bk tree. But I want to finish off the kbuild integration over
> the
> > next few weeks.
> > 
> Hi,
> I think it's probably necessary to track klibc until integration is 
> complete, since I need to make fixes for you.  Unfortunately I can't 
> help you since I am not allowed to touch bk.
> It's probably easiest to track from the cvs repository, as opposed
> from 
> the tarballs.
> I guess the alternative is I could send you patches.
> 	-hpa
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Jon Smirl
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