Important things about 'linuxppc_2_4' tree.
trini at kernel.crashing.org
Fri Feb 22 09:10:32 EST 2002
As some of you might have noticed, the linuxppc_2_4 tree has been a bit
weird of late. The short version of it is that the "current"
linuxppc_2_4, as of (Thu, 21 Feb 2002 13:48:57 -0700) will export very
broken trees. The only good way to fix this is to just forget it
happened, and go back to an older clone.
First, the linuxppc_2_4_devel tree is _NOT_ effected. If you're only
using this, you're fine.
Second, if you have a copy of this tree and haven't done any local
modifications you can either find the changeset (It's:
"ChangeSet at 1.543.1.41, 2002-02-17 09:38:20-07:00, trini at opus.bloom.county"
locally, probably different elsewhere) and do a bk clone -r REV .
../linuxppc_2_4-good, and then rm your old tree. Or you can just rm and
If you've done modifications locally, you will need to do something like
the above clone -r'ing, and if you've checked in changes since then, bk
export -tpatch from your old repo, and bk import -tpatch ../patch . to
your new repo.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Tom Rini (TR1265)
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