Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 13th Feb 2008 14:25 UTC, submitted by bsd_user
FreeBSD The FreeBSD project has released the second release candidate for FreeBSD 7.0. "We sincerely hope this will be the last of the public tests for 7.0 and that the -RELEASE builds will start in about a week and a half. If bug(s) considered big enough to be show-stoppers are found we will of course reconsider but hopefully we're in good enough shape now to proceed with the release."
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csup tag
by Thomas2005 on Wed 13th Feb 2008 16:22 UTC
Thomas2005
Member since:
2005-11-07

Do we still use "tag=RELENG_7_0" or do we now use "tag=RELENG_7"?

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RE: csup tag
by Doc Pain on Wed 13th Feb 2008 17:32 in reply to "csup tag"
Doc Pain Member since:
2006-10-08

Do we still use ";tag=RELENG_7_0"; or do we now use "tag=RELENG_7"?


While RELENG_7_0 will bring to 7.0-RELEASE and its possbible patches (e, g, 7.0-RELEASE-p1), RELENG_7 will take you much further to the upcoming releases in the -7- branch (e. g. 7.1-RELEASE and 7.1-RELEASE-p3).

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RE: csup tag
by phoenix on Wed 13th Feb 2008 18:13 in reply to "csup tag"
phoenix Member since:
2005-07-11

RELENG_X gets you FreebSD X-STABLE, the continuous development branch that each release is taken from.

RELENG_X_Y gets you FreeBSD X.Y-RELEASE, plus any security fixes that are available for FreeBSD X.Y-RELEASE

RELENG_X_Y_Z_RELEASE gets you FreeBSD X.Y.Z-RELEASE, the exact same bits that go on the release CDs.

Fill in X, Y, and Z as needed.

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