I went ahead and just co'd the whole src tree. What I was trying to do was
checkout just the kernel and related items for a particular architecture. So I
was trying things like 'cvs co syssrc/sys/arch/powerpc'. This created a root
dir of syssrc instead of the traditional src dir. I guess if I do that in the
future, I can just rename it to src??
Thanks for the help, Hubert.
> > In the releases, the source is in src/*
> > In the current (dev) CVS tree, the source is broken up into a few
> > directories:
> > example:
> > basesrc/*
> > syssrc/*
> > Does anyone know why this is done this way? Doesn't this confuse the
> > Makefiles?
> Um, actually the layout is the same on both, release and -current:
> "src" is just an alias to checkout basesrc, syssrc, gnusrc and whatnot.
> You can do that for both release and -current, and shouldn't bother
> to check out the parts of "src".
> "cvs co src" is what you want. ;-)
> - Hubert
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