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SubjectRe: Is the BitKeeper network protocol documented?
Andrew Morton wrote:
> > Thus far, the best solution I have for tracking checkins is to rsync
> > the SCCS files from Rik's mirror, and use a Perl script to extract the
> > head version from each SCCS file.
>
> Do you not use
>
> http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.5/testing/cset/

Oh, thanks. I didn't know about that.

> It always has the latest diff against the last-released kernel.

It is updated in real time then?
(Assuming yes) that reduces the need to talk bk protocol quite a lot :)

(I'd still like to, though).

> I snarf it hourly, so I have decent granularity for doing the
> binary-search-to-see-where-it-broke trick.

Good idea.

-- Jamie
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