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CVS X debs for sid.



First off, I'm going to say that these are i386 only, and that the
sources will not build for other arches until someone gets all of the
patches for said arch to apply against the CVS tree, updates the
manifest files, and a few other things.

Secondly I am going to stress that if you install these you WILL NOT
file ANY bug reports on anything that so much as a ls on any X files,
let alone on X itself or programs that run under X.
(I have this thing about breathing, I like doing it, and if I survive
this I know I would not survive if someone were to file bug reports with
these installed.)

Thirdly you should be aware that these are from X CVS, and are thus
likely to be a bit unstable, you have been warned.

Now, with that out of the way, on to the main event.

YOU WILL NOT FILE ANY BUG REPORTS ABOUT SYSTEMS WITH THESE PACKAGES
INSTALLED.

deb http://people.debian.org/%7Ewarp/x_cvs/ ./
deb-src http://people.debian.org/%7Ewarp/x_cvs/ ./

YOU WILL NOT FILE ANY BUG REPORTS ABOUT SYSTEMS WITH THESE PACKAGES
INSTALLED.

These are clean replacements for all packages generated from the XFree86
source package.

Several fonts that exist in the official debs are NOT in these for
copyright reasons, see the bug about it and the post to -legal,
hopefully either the copyrights will be straightened out and I will
re-add them, or Branden will pull them from the official debs, I don't
really care.

If you are using these debs I would appreciate knowing about it.

Zephaniah E. Hull.

P.S.: YOU WILL NOT FILE ANY BUG REPORTS IF YOU HAVE THESE PACKAGES
INSTALLED!!!

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On Sat, 13 Jul 2002, Alexander Viro wrote:
>
> So I'd just do
>
> vi fs/dcache.c -c '/|= DCACHE_R/d|/nr_un/pu|<|x'
>
> and be done with that.  Linus?

Done.

For future reference - don't anybody else try to send patches as vi
scripts, please. Yes, it's manly, but let's face it, so is bungee-jumping
with the cord tied to your testicles.

                Linus

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