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Re: FW: ctm-notice OpenBSD-cvs-x11.0029.gz

Hello Thomas,

Sorry to have disturbed you.
Yes indeed, it is now on ftp://ctm.OpenBSD.org/pub/OpenBSD-ctm/openbsd-cvs-x11/
But it wasn't for 2 weeks after the announcement, though the following CTMs
were up to the day... Moreover, ctm.se.OpenBSD.org was the first to be updated
(depends on bandwidth I presume).

On 08-Sep-99 Thomas Graichen wrote:
> you may get it from
>   ctm.OpenBSD.org
> all that is documented at
>   http://www.OpenBSD.org/ctm.html
> good luck
> t
> On Sun, 29 Aug 1999, Thierry Deval wrote:
>> Date: Sun, 29 Aug 1999 22:22:44 +0200 (CEST)
>> From: Thierry Deval <TDeval@PrimeOBJ.COM>
>> To: graichen@openbsd.org
>> Subject: FW: ctm-notice OpenBSD-cvs-x11.0029.gz
>> Resent-Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 04:49:41 +0200 (CEST)
>> Resent-From: OpenBSD-cvs-x11@OpenBSD.org-owner
>> Resent-To: OpenBSD-cvs-x11@openbsd.org
>> Where is it?
>> I can't find it on no CTM ftp sites...
>> And I don't know what is ftpmail...

Something else, but related though.
When I finally got this OpenBSD-cvs-x11.0029.gz ctm file, I applied it to my
CVS tree to see a thousand files seemingly patched (mainly font files IIRC).
But, when I made the cvs update on the source tree, nothing but a few file were
actually updated.

How can a situation like that happen ? We have to download a >10MB file to
patch only 3+ files. It seems occuring mainly with the cvs-x11 (already
happened before).



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