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SubjectRe: -git11 breaks parisc and sh even more
On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 03:17:22AM -0600, Grant Grundler wrote:
> Looks like parisc/kernel/drivers.c is out of sync with the
> CVS tree. The p-l.o tree doesn't define "next_dev()"
> in drivers.c. It might be obvious to willy what's up here.
> ISTR he wanted to sync up tomorrow with linus again anyway.
> Willy?

The parisc tree hasn't been merged with Linus in a long time because I
find git completely impossible to use. The howtos are all out of date
and contradict each other. They don't tell me what I need to know.
Everybody who uses them has their own collection of private scripts that
work around the worst misfeatures. It's a complete fucking disaster.

The Debian cogito package doesn't have half the tools mentioned in the
howtos, as well as being months out of date. Last time I had the energy
to fight with it, it didn't even support pack files.

I'd love to stop using CVS and just use git. But it simply doesn't work.
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