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Re: Two volunteers needed: New scheduler and aliasing code
- To: kenner at vlsi1 dot ultra dot nyu dot edu (Richard Kenner)
- Subject: Re: Two volunteers needed: New scheduler and aliasing code
- From: Alexandre Oliva <oliva at dcc dot unicamp dot br>
- Date: 20 Mar 1998 15:15:47 -0300
- Cc: mmitchell at usa dot net, egcs at cygnus dot com, gcc2 at cygnus dot com
- References: <9803201226.AA25691@vlsi1.ultra.nyu.edu>
Mark Mitchell wrote:
> The merge work that Kenner has asked for, and that it was pointed out
> above would be easier if there were public access to the CVS tree GCC2
> sources, would be main even easier if GCC2 and EGCS shared a common
> CVS tree.
Richard Kenner writes:
> At present, though, I think it will just make life more complex.
> I believe that Jeff agreed at one point that Cygnus would be willing
> to host the common tree, and provide access to Kenner and other FSF
> The site of the repository is indeed what I suspect will make this the
> most problematical. Cygnus and the FSF are on opposite coasts and
> cross-country Internet access has been quite poor lately.
I'm not sure what you mean by `poor', but I'm perfectly able to
remotely work on Amanda CVS tree, located in US, from my hosts in the
Brazilian academic network, that's got just permanently overloaded
few-Mb/s connection with US.
> Whichever coast is chosen for the repository will greatly
> inconvenience the people on the other coast.
I could set up a CVS server in Brazil, so both would be annoyed :-D
> I don't know CVS well enough: is there some kind of a mirroring capability
> that can allow there to be two repositories and have changes migrate in
> the background (sort of like the way news works)?
I'm aware of mirroring capabilities of CVS servers, but, AFAIK, there
must be a master site, that must handle all check-ins.
Universidade Estadual de Campinas, SP, Brasil