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Re: kfreebsd in BTS

On Fri, Feb 17, 2006 at 01:53:53PM +0100, Petr Salinger wrote:
> Another approach might also be to use
> "clone" and reassign bug to other kernel.
> It allows to properly track fixed version for both kernels.

I didn't remember this feature.  Sounds good..

> It seems that 5.5 will be last in 5.x series,
> see http://www.freebsd.org/releng/index.html,
> so it might not lasts too long.

Well, I'm already looking forward to features I want from 7-CURRENT (xbox
support), so I think as soon as 5.x is obsoleted me at least will want 7.x.

> Anyway, I would suggest leave "kfreebsd" for general kfreebsd problems
> and use "kfreebsd-kernel" for kernels.

Since the "k" stands for "kernel of", that sounds a bit weird :)

What do you have in mind for general problems?  I don't recall anything that
doesn't apply to any particular package (other than things like #242950, which
were filed on the "general" virtual package).

Robert Millan

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