atom feed58 messages in org.freebsd.freebsd-stableRe: CVSUP vs. SNAPS
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Subject:Re: CVSUP vs. SNAPS
From:Warner Losh (im@village.org)
Date:Oct 2, 1997 4:24:50 pm
List:org.freebsd.freebsd-stable

In message <1997@freebie.dcfinc.com> "Chad R. Larson" writes: : There should be some easy way (perhaps through "uname") to know where : along the STABLE continuum a particular system resides.

uname -r should do this: -r Write the current release level of the operating system to stan- dard output.

That's why I'm arguing for going to 2.2.5-STABLE after the release process happens. The docs don't say the current branch of the operating system, but rather say the current release level. For branches with releases on them, that implies to me what I'm arguing for.

Warner