Re: auto-bk-get

Roger Gammans (
Mon, 14 Jul 2003 23:06:01 +0100

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On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 05:09:10PM -0400, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> Dan Aloni wrote:
> >For kernel developers which are BitKeeper users,=20
> >
> >auto-bk-get is an on-demand 'bk get' libc wrapper tool.
> [snip]
> No offense, but, it would probably be easier to fix the few remaining=20
> places where the makefile system does not automatically check out the fil=
> It works great for everything except the Kconfig stuff, IIRC.

I played about with this a long time ago at the beginning of
2.5, so was attempt to do this with the old build system which
didn't had a few awkward bits, and then I was distracted by userspace=20

What I did I put here ( )
it might be of use - though as I recall correctly most of the=20
code was taken from patch(1). So it's nothing special.

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