On Thu, Jul 05, 2001 at 12:54:34PM -0600, D. Stimits wrote:
> A temporary workaround (which could actually work for quite a while)
> would be if a web page gave the time/date to use for date-based
> checkout. Even without explicit tags at each stage, if you know the
> date/time, you can check out "the most current as of date/time being
You should be able to do this already. Each "TAKE" message already
included the date and time of the TAKE (a.k.a. commit). Just pick a
time after that and before the next sync with Linus and you should have
the kernel version you're looking for.
So to get 2.4.6, you can use the date "Wed Jul 4 22:00:00 PDT 2001."
You're going to have to look up how to mangle this date into the format
CVS wants, but theoretically anyone should be able to do that.
Nate Straz nstraz@xxxxxxx
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