*PLEASE* I'll cry again, loudly...
If somebody's doing this type of operation on the CVS replo, please warn
is (I'll consider this warning) *AND STOP RSYNC/ANONCVS ACCESS* around
*PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE*
Note that this change doesn't even "fix" the broken CVS history tags;
the REL7_1_BETA tags are the ones that are actually inconsistent.
Note that I'm pausing the CVS->GIT conversion until I hear that the
repository is stable again...
* Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> [081229 09:50]:
> I had originally sent this mail in April, but it appears to have been blocked
> because the attachment was too large.
> While we are in the process of dealing with CVS-Git conversion, we should also
> apply this fixup to make the CVS repository more sane.
> Could someone with write access to the repository files apply this patch?
> Am Dienstag, 1. April 2008 schrieb Peter Eisentraut:
> > The problem appears to be that several tags around the time of PostgreSQL
> > 7.1 are broken or inconsistent.
> Here is a patch to bring the REL7_1 tag in line with the released tarball.
> The cvsps errors with the REL7_1_BETA* tags appear to be of a different
> nature. I haven't been able to fix those yet.
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