On Tuesday 24 February 2009 10:14:13 Felix Blyakher wrote:
> On Feb 24, 2009, at 8:53 AM, Mike Frysinger wrote:
> > the xfs.org wiki talks about git trees on sgi.com,
> Yes, they're still there.
> > but some of them are old
> > and/or moved (like the xfs-cmds one) ...
> xfs-cmds was split into separate repos for xfsprogs, xfsdump,
> and dmapi. And that info is on xfs.org.
but acl/attr have not. distros care about those packages as well.
> Here is the excerpt from the following page:
yes, i was reading the page. i was also pointing out the broken link to the
xfs-cmds repo (which is after everything you quoted) and that that repo seems
to be dead now. which means there is no up-to-date place for acl/attr on that
> At times though the repos on kernel.org could be ahead of sgi ones.
well if people are going to try to help in development, the kernel.org trees
would be good to mention on that page as well with a note as to which tree is
preferred (sgi.com or kernel.org).
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