Old and new CVS repositories are available via rsync
otaylor at redhat.com
Sat Jan 29 18:32:09 EET 2005
On Tue, 2005-01-25 at 17:12 -0500, Owen Taylor wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-01-25 at 14:06 -0800, Keith Packard wrote:
> > Around 14 o'clock on Jan 25, Owen Taylor wrote:
> > > *Ahem*. While I said "they don't need moving over", I didn't mean
> > > "they don't need to be present" :-)
> > Ah, I thought you meant that they had been dealt with and didn't need
> > further care.
> > There are many CVS versions for these specs on the machine; can you point
> > me at the ones you want moved into /cvs?
> The copies seem to be, for xembed:
> I have *no* idea what the relationship between these copies are. What I
> want (for all three modules), is either
> A) The version that was exported by rsync as cvs/foo at the time of
> my original mail.
> B) The version that was exported by rsync as compromised-cvs/foo at the
> time of my mail.
OK, I reversed engineered things and /home/cvs-old has good copies
and seems to have been where things were being restored from, so could
someone please do the following:
for i in xembed xsettings icon-theme ; do
mv $i /cvs
chown -R otaylor:$i /cvs/$i
find /cvs/$i -type d | xargs chmod g+s
> Since they were the same. Someone probably needs to do a comprehensive
> check of the modules to make sure that other modules didn't suffer
> the same fate.
Other possible "lost" modules:
dbus-cpp (appears in /home/cvs-old and /home/cvs-old/cvs)
colorscheme (appears in /home/cvs-old/cvs)
crystalball (appears in /home/cvs-old/cvs)
translation (appears in /home/cvs-old/cvs)
I don't know who owns these modules, I haven't checked their contents.
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