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From Dean Gaudet <dgau...@arctic.org>
Subject Re: [PATCH] http_main.c compile warning
Date Mon, 28 Jul 1997 09:22:06 GMT
Why the heck can't solaris header files be reasonable.  Yeah I'll back out
this change that I put in because removing const from a const * isn't a
friendly thing.

The method I used to maintain a local cvs repository was to do a vendor
merge using a snapshot.  It goes roughly like this.

to initialize your repository:
- unpack a snapshot
- find apache -name CVS | xargs rm -r
- cvs import -I \! apache apache SNAPSHOT_YYYYMMDD_HHMMSS

to update your repository
- unpack a snapshot
- find apache -name CVS | xargs rm -r
- cvs import -I \! apache apache SNAPSHOT_YYYYMMDD_HHMMSS
- cvs checkout -d merge apache
- cd merge
- cvs update -japache:yesterday -japache

That assumes you don't get the snapshots more than once daily.

It's really a pain in the butt... and we're working towards CVSup access
to the repository.  But we don't have a cvsup that works under BSDI at
the moment (and that's what www.apache.org runs).  I don't even know
what architectures it runs on cleanly ... other than FreeBSD and Linux (I
built it a few days ago).

Or we could use some form of anonymous cvs access.  Hey Marc ... any
ideas yet that you're happy are secure enough?  What if we had a
cvs pserver running on some non-standard port, in a uid/gid that owns
no files?  What if we made /export/home/cvs root.wheel owned, and
built a /etc, /lib, whatever in it and made it a chroot environ and
ran a pserver on that?

Dean

On Sun, 27 Jul 1997, Bill Morris wrote:

> I dont know if this is still a problem since I am having trouble
> updating my local repository. What is the "right" way to
> update a local repository from the CVS snapshots?
> 
> -bill
> 
> gcc -c   -O2 -DSOLARIS2=250   http_main.c
> http_main.c: In function `sock_bind':
> http_main.c:1864: warning: passing arg 2 of `bind' discards `const' from
> pointer target type


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