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SubjectRe: BK snapshots removed from
Dave Jones wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 30, 2005 at 11:17:42PM -0500, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> > >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 account to do that.
> >
> > Should hopefully just be changing ...
> hmm, it's going to go a bit nutso when it finds the most
> recent TAG: is from the bk pull of 2.6.11.x into Linus tree.
> So it generates -bk from /that/ instead of 2.6.12.

Correct (your description, not the code...), that is the problem that
causes snapshots to go bonkers.

> Could hack around it by checking the cset is from Linus I suppose ?

Probably best just to parse the Makefile, since TAG is no longer a valid

> > Jeff, still catching up from trip+engagement
> Congrats!



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