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Michael H. Cox wrote:
It appears there was a little slip-up with 1.3.19-1. Looking at e.g.
(BTW, the tag cygwin-1-3-19-1 isn't in the list of available tags in cvsweb
http://sources.redhat.com/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/src/winsup/?cvsroot=src, but it
is in CVS.)
I only got a portion of the source files (the files under
src/winsup/cygwin). If I don't use the tag, I get all the sources, but I'm
getting files off the MAIN trunk that aren't tagged with cygwin-1-3-19-1. I
don't think that's what I want since I'll be getting changes that have
occurred since the 1.3.19-1 release. How do I get the versions of w32api,
newlib, etc. that were used to build 1.3.19-1 out of CVS?
it's tagged with all the other cygwin version numbers, but not
cygwin-1-3-19-1. I think it's simply been accidentally missed from the tag
(i.e. someone did the tag at winsup/cygwin, not winsup).
Chris says the tags are for his own use anyway, so evidently you're meant
to use the source packages for 1.3.19-1 using setup.exe, use the CVS HEAD.
See my earlier mails in this thread for how to avoid some of the potential
problems with the 1.3.19-1 source packages ;).
P.S. Jifl, welcome to the cygwin mailing list ;-).
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