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SubjectRe: reiser4 plugins
On Mon, 27 Jun 2005 00:57:54 CDT, David Masover said:

> In one of three possible settings for the imaginary zipfile plugin, yes.
> But if we're talking about a kernel source tree, how many of us
> actually build zipfiles/tarballs of their kernel source trees, rather
> than unpack existing ones?

I dunno. I'll often build a tarball of "-mm plus local patches" known to
be working at the moment, precisely so I can just untar that as a known good
base for the next kernel-hackfest, rather than untar Linus's tree, apply all
of the -mm patch, then all my local patches again...

And even if I'm not *that* ambitious, I'll at least tar up a clean -mm tree
to use as a base. :)

And even if I didn't do that, you *do* have to do something when the disk
gets backed up. You *do* intend for sensible things to happen then, right? ;)

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