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SubjectRe: BK snapshots removed from kernel.org?
Randy.Dunlap wrote:
> sean wrote:
>
>> Randy.Dunlap wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Did you look in
>>> http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.6/snapshots/old/ ?
>>>
>>
>> Yes I did.
>>
>> Latest is 2.6.12-rc1-bk2, March 26.
>>
>> None since then?
>
>
> I can't explain it other than "the snapshots are broken."
> All I do is look around for them, and behold, just look in
>
> http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.6/snapshots/
>
> for the 2.6.11.6-bk snapshots.
>
> It's confusing and it needs to be fixed....
>
> Jeff, is there some way that I can help to fix this,
> with the requirement (for me) that I not be required to use BK?
> I'll munge scripts or whatever...
> but I guess that I'll also need a kernel.org account to do that.

Should hopefully just be changing get-version.pl ...

Jeff, still catching up from trip+engagement


#!/usr/bin/perl -w

use strict;
use Getopt::Std;

my (%opts, $mode, $s);

getopts('me', \%opts);

if ($opts{m}) {
$mode = 0;
} elsif ($opts{e}) {
$mode = 1;
} else {
die "usage: get-version.pl [-e | -m]\n";
}

$s = <>;
chomp $s;
my @line = split(/\./, $s);

my ($kmicro, $kextra);

if ($#line == 3) {
$kmicro = $line[2];
$kextra = "." . $line[3];
} else {
my @more = split(/-/, $line[2]);
if ($#more == 1) {
$kmicro = $more[0];
$kextra = "-" . $more[1];
} elsif (($#more == 0) && ($line[2] =~ /\d+/)) {
$kmicro = $more[0];
$kextra = "";
} else {
die "invalid extraversion parse";
}
}

if ($mode) {
$s = $kextra;
} else {
$s = $kmicro;
}

printf("%s\n", $s) unless ($s eq "");

exit(0);


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