New port in progress
xavier at xingo.com
Tue Dec 22 04:47:06 PST 1998
I only subscribed a few days ago and thought that the list was not
really active but i can see i was wrong. nice to know
>For one thing, if you're going to be developing like this you
>should get your code directly from the repository using CVS.
>You can get read-only access via this CVSROOT:
> :pserver:readonly at cvs.transvirtual.com:/home/cvspublic
> $ CVSROOT=:pserver:readonly at cvs.transvirtual.com:/home/cvspublic
> $ export CVSROOT
> $ cvs checkout -P kaffe
>Then you can submit your patches as diff's against the current source.
it's actually comming right now while i answer the mail, thanks for the
macil lines (forgot the login....)
>In any case, 1.0b3 is ancient history.
Couldn't figure this out from what i read, sorry, i should have asked
before obviously but...
>> I also have a question about autoconf, i got it from GeekGadgets on
>> BeOS, what arguments should i pass to it ?. right now i made a
>No arguments needed. Just say "autoconf" to regenerate configure
I will try that then.
>> configure and modified slightly the config.status to setup all
>?? config.status is a generated file:.
Yes i know but it was the easyest way i found to regenerate all the
makefiles without reconfiguring every thing. (most of the time i
reconfigured with new include, it takes a while to have it done so it
was a kind of shortcut)
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