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Re: CVS Tags for 1.3.22

On Sun, 30 Mar 2003, Christopher Faylor wrote:

> On Sun, Mar 30, 2003 at 05:52:59PM -0500, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> >On Sun, 30 Mar 2003 cm1 at mercury dot muc dot de wrote:
> >> I couldn't find any CVS tags to build Cygwin 1.3.22 from source; the best
> >> I could find was the branch "dontuse-21" which doesn't seem to be correct.
> >> Is there some documentation around this somewhere on the Cygwin web pages?
> >> If not, could someone let me know which tags/time stamps to use? I don't
> >> want to get the 64-bit file offsets which are being worked on in the trunc
> >> version by accident....
> >>
> >> Furthermore, is there some documentation about the tags to use for the
> >> support libs such as "newlib"?
> >
> >This issue has been raised before.  The tags are for cgf's convenience
> >only.  There are no guarantees that they would correspond to any
> >particular version of the release.  One way of figuring out the CVS
> >timestamp to check out is downloading the corresponding source package and
> >looking at its timestamps...  I'm not sure how the timestamps will now
> >interact with the development on separate branches, though.  Other ways
> >may be suggested by people here.
> The only branches that are actively being worked on are my branch and
> the trunk.  There is nothing happening on any other branch.
> cgf

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