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    SubjectRe: aplying patches
    > How does the idea of a script which does the following grab you?
    > * when given the directory containing the kernel source, and the
    > directory containing the patches, automatically brings the kernel
    > up to the current version.
    > * Know the correct flags for applying the patches.
    > * It checks for reject files, to let you know if the patch failed
    > * It cleans up the original files after patching.
    > * Makes coffee for you to drink while the new kernel is building.

    I am sure this has been discussed before, but why does the linux
    community/kernel development community not implement something along the
    lines of the BSD CVS Tree system, where if users stay "current" with
    developments in a particular tree, kernel source et al, is kept current,

    Have I missed the boat?

    Daniel Chalef
    UUNet Internet Africa Operations +27 21 6896244

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