On Tue, 2007-03-27 at 19:41 -0500, Josh Boyer wrote:
Has anyone played with keeping the Fedora kernel in a git tree
somewhere? Current rawhide makes my T60p weep on a regular basis in the
form of nice hard lockups with no oops output or anything. I'd love to
be able to do a bisect on the kernel and see where things started going
I've got a script which takes one of our kernel CVS trees and unpacks it
incrementally into a git repo. I use it privately in order to get git
trees for RHEL-4,5, rawhide etc. as a baseline for my own kernel working
In theory we should be able to use something like that for a proper CVS-
to-git mirror at the exploded-tree (not CVS pristine+patches) level,
which would be perfect for git bisecting. We'd just need to wrap it in
a script which looks for new tags on the CVS trunk and pulls those in
order into the git tree.
But I'm not aware of anything that does that right now.