joel at rtems.org
Sun Mar 27 23:31:27 UTC 2016
On Mar 27, 2016 6:24 PM, "Chris Johns" <chrisj at ntpsec.org> wrote:
> On 26/03/2016 8:05 AM, Amar Takhar wrote:
>> On 2016-03-25 13:51 -0700, Hal Murray wrote:
>>>> So, ntpd 0.9.2-afceec0+
>>> I'd put the + right after the 2:
>>> ntpd 0.9.2+afceec0 or ntpd 0.9.2+ if you build without git.
>>> My normal mode of operation is to have a master copy on one system,
>>> other systems dropping the .git directory to save space and time, and
>>> build there.
>>> (.git is 75% of the space)
>> I will put the + there if it is not in release mode. This will ensure
>> stays even when you rsync devel w/out the .git directory.
> On other projects I have started to add 'modified' or 'm' with the git
hash to indicate the git repo being built has local modifications.
I was also thinking that leaving the development version with the same base
version as the last release doesn't help people doing anything conditional
on the version. V0.9.2+ is really V0.9.3-. It is more than the last release
and may have incompatibilities or enhancements that you need to know about.
That's true of libraries and things like gcc. Not sure for NTPsec if
external users need that probe to mean something
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