[Coco] Nightly NitrOS9 Builds
gheskett at wdtv.com
Tue Nov 22 12:43:33 EST 2011
On Tuesday, November 22, 2011 11:33:05 AM Robert Gault did opine:
> Aaron Wolfe wrote:
> > The nightly build process did indeed die in June, but afaik nothing
> > substantial has been committed since then anyway.
> Maybe nothing "substantial" :) but I did make changes in Level1 to
> cobbler, ded, and os9gen and Boisy updated inetd. These are all
> functional changes.
> In my case, several changes per file were sent, so you can't tell the
> importance by the comments on the most recent change.
These are I assume edits to the individual files. If the changes have been
committed to the srcfrg repo, then I would point out that on linux at
least, by downloading and installing ToolShed, The tools are then
available to build the most recent on your own system. I do this quite
frequently here via a cvs update. On this machine, with the verbosity
turned up so I see everything flying by, it is still only a 4 or 5 minute
chore to rebuild it all, and another minute to generate the individual
.dsk's for your hardware. With the verbosity turned off, it's even faster.
I think ToolShed also builds on windows, maybe even on later (bsd) Mac's
Drat, my password seems to have been nulled again. Meaning I can't run a
cvs update in my nitros9 tree. Humm, I think I changed ISP's since I last
registered and it doesn't recognize me at all.
Can you help Robert? Never mind, my local dns server had a tummy ache the
one time I got the password right. :(
But the backtrace is bothersome:
cvs update: cannot open directory /cvsroot/nitros9/nitros9/3rdparty/libs:
No such file or directory
cvs update: skipping directory 3rdparty/libs
cvs update: cannot open directory
/cvsroot/nitros9/nitros9/3rdparty/packages/drivewire: No such file or
cvs update: skipping directory 3rdparty/packages/drivewire
cvs update: cannot open directory /cvsroot/nitros9/nitros9/6309l3: No such
file or directory
cvs update: skipping directory 6309l3
Which looks fairly serious in that the drivewire tree is skipped. And its
a tree I actually have. I also have the 3rdparty/libs tree. WTH? Has the
repo been re-arranged? Note that each quoted error contains the doubled
Or is this the problem:
[gene at coyote nitros9]$ cat CVS/Root
:ext:gheskett at nitros9.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/nitros9
I even exported CVSROOT=/opt/nitros9 & reran it, same errors, so where is
the doubled nitros9/nitros9 in certain paths coming from?
A CVS expert I am not. Help please.
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