Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at samba.org
Tue Sep 26 05:16:50 GMT 2000
> > Samba does not "vet" the repository in any way before
> > it goes out the door via anonymous CVS.
> Is the door open all the time?
> > It is rsync copied from the master to a public staging
> > area before release, but it is copied in total, not
> > filtered in any way.
> Not the same thing.
> With FreeBSD I can get a DAILY update of every change to HEAD. I can run
> it too, if I dare (and dare is the right word, since it doesn't always even
> build - say much less install)
> environment. If I cannot get the changes you check in 5 minutes after you
it depends on how often the rsync cron job runs, but yes you can get the
> > What gave you the idea that the repository was filtered ?
> You did. You appeared to state that there were two repositories - one
> for "privileged" people, and one for the rest.
two repositories? no, one a read-only copy of the other? yes.
this is for security reasons. the public cvs system is run in a chroot
it means he doesn't have to read all the cvs sources to ensure there are
no back-doors in it!
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