On Fri, 02 Sep 2011 23:02:04 +0200, Adam Williamson wrote:
about the 'fedora' branch of upstream glibc.
GDB uses a similar style for the merged patchsets in the Archer repository:
Given that this is an
upstream branch anyway, it would seem simpler to make our Source0 a
snapshot of the 'fedora' branch upstream, rather than starting with the
upstream 'master' and then adding an ugly patch and a mystery tarball to
turn upstream 'master' into the 'fedora' branch. I just don't see
doing it the second way adds anything but confusion...
The suggested way is made gcc:
-rw-r--r-- 1 jkratoch jkratoch 54082276 Sep 7 2010
-rw-r--r-- 1 jkratoch jkratoch 59121454 Jun 3 14:45
and I find it as difficult to manage updates over my 2Mbit ADSL (that is
downloading the whole tarball again and again, instead of downloading just
smaller differences); plus I was and sometimes I may be developing on GPRS.