Re: Is there anything comparable out-there?

On Tue, May 15, 2007 at 06:41:03PM -0700, Mark Diekhans wrote:
> There are bug fixes in the CVS tree that are not in the last
> release.  As I recall, there is an essential 64-bit fix that is
> not in the release.

Excluding translations and autoconf artifacts, the diff from current
svn (no cvs anymore) to what I think was the 1.3 release (svn revision
4077. Anyone knows better?) is about 92k. There's more than tweaks

The translations diff is about 2Mb.

If we manage to get that wiki space going, maybe we should do at least
a 1.3.1.

> FreeBSD ports system builds from releases, not arbitrary source
> checkouts, so fixes are not available without building by hand.

Maybe you could use debian's tarball as if it was a release?
Careful with that, tought. It's a straight svn checkout, meaning you
need to run aclocal;autoconf on it before calling ./configure

Rodrigo Gallardo
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