ia64/xen-unstable

changeset 2:6c40ab0c10ae

bitkeeper revision 1.1 (3ddb6b0c6FeYAg9nt1aGPFifRbv9-Q)

Initial repository create
author smh22@boulderdash.cl.cam.ac.uk
date Wed Nov 20 10:59:23 2002 +0000 (2002-11-20)
parents 5643622fb9a0
children 1ef2026299c3
files .rootkeys BitKeeper/etc/config BitKeeper/etc/ignore
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     1.1 --- a/.rootkeys	Wed Nov 20 10:59:23 2002 +0000
     1.2 +++ b/.rootkeys	Wed Nov 20 10:59:23 2002 +0000
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     1.4 +3ddb6b0bKlMz_dz-M59a1mkUa1lASw BitKeeper/etc/config
     1.5 +3ddb6b0buTaC5zg1_a8FoAR9FWi_mw BitKeeper/etc/ignore
     2.1 --- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
     2.2 +++ b/BitKeeper/etc/config	Wed Nov 20 10:59:23 2002 +0000
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     2.4 +# This is the BitKeeper configuration for this package.
     2.5 +# 
     2.6 +# Please take a minute to fill it out carefully, it needs to be accurate.
     2.7 +# 
     2.8 +# NOTICE: you really do want to fill this out, if something goes wrong
     2.9 +# with your repository, or if someone changes the logging policy, we
    2.10 +# send mail to the contact listed here for confirmation.
    2.11 +# 
    2.12 +# BitKeeper can maintain a log of your change comments (not your source,
    2.13 +# just the comments) on a centralized server.  This is useful as your
    2.14 +# project grows, it gives people a place to go see what is happening on
    2.15 +# a per project basis.  This is especially useful for distributed developers.
    2.16 +# 
    2.17 +
    2.18 +# 
    2.19 +# Name of the project, such as "BitKeeper" or "The GNU C compiler".
    2.20 +# 
    2.21 +description: XenoServer Source 
    2.22 +# 
    2.23 +# What (RedHat package) category this project fits into, if any.
    2.24 +# 
    2.25 +category: 
    2.26 +# 
    2.27 +# Open Logging server.  This site is where users go to see the
    2.28 +# ChangeSet comments for all instances of this repository.  This must
    2.29 +# be logging@openlogging.org for usage under the terms of the BKL,
    2.30 +# "bk help bkl" will show you the default licensing terms.  If this
    2.31 +# repository is commercial it can be an internal email address or "none"
    2.32 +# to disable logging.
    2.33 +# 
    2.34 +logging: logging@openlogging.org
    2.35 +# 
    2.36 +# You do not have a license for BitKeeper and the logging field in the
    2.37 +# BitKeeper/etc/config file is not set to "logging@openlogging.org".
    2.38 +# You either need a commercial license (to run without open logging),
    2.39 +# or you need to convert your package to single user, or you need to
    2.40 +# configure your package to use openlogging.  Until you have done one of
    2.41 +# those, you may not create any changesets.
    2.42 +# 
    2.43 +# You can get a temporary license by sending a mail request
    2.44 +# to sales@bitmover.com.  
    2.45 +# 
    2.46 +# BitMover can be reached in the United States at 415-401-8808
    2.47 +# during business hours (PST) or via email at sales@bitmover.com.
    2.48 +# Thanks!
    2.49 +license: 
    2.50 +licsign1: 
    2.51 +licsign2: 
    2.52 +licsign3: 
    2.53 +# 
    2.54 +# If this field is set, all checkins will appear to be made by this user,
    2.55 +# in effect making this a single user package.  Single user packages are
    2.56 +# free from the logging constraint up to a maximum of 1000 files.  In order 
    2.57 +# for the package to really be free, both the single_user and the single_host 
    2.58 +# field need to be set.
    2.59 +# 
    2.60 +single_user: 
    2.61 +# 
    2.62 +# If this field is set, all checkins will appear to be made on this host.
    2.63 +# 
    2.64 +single_host: 
    2.65 +# 
    2.66 +# Default compression algorithm for stored s.files is gzip.
    2.67 +# If you want no compression, set this to "none".
    2.68 +# 
    2.69 +compression: gzip
    2.70 +# 
    2.71 +# Default is to autofix problems found by check.
    2.72 +# If you want to manually fix them, set this to "no".
    2.73 +# 
    2.74 +autofix: yes
    2.75 +# 
    2.76 +# Contact person for this project.  This is whoever is the person that
    2.77 +# should be contacted with update information or contacted if BitKeeper
    2.78 +# discovers a problem which requires local intervention.  Please make the
    2.79 +# contact information accurate so we can support you.
    2.80 +# 
    2.81 +contact: Steven Hand
    2.82 +# 
    2.83 +# It is very important that this email address is filled out and accurate.
    2.84 +# If someone converts your repository to open logging (which you may not
    2.85 +# want), we will contact this email address for confirmation that you really
    2.86 +# did want open logging.  If the email address is inaccurate and we get no
    2.87 +# response from anyone else at your location after 90 days, then open logging
    2.88 +# will be implicitly approved.
    2.89 +# 
    2.90 +email: bk+steven.hand@cl.cam.ac.uk
    2.91 +# 
    2.92 +# Add your street address if you like, it is optional.
    2.93 +# 
    2.94 +street: 
    2.95 +city: 
    2.96 +state: 
    2.97 +postal: 
    2.98 +country: 
    2.99 +phone: 
   2.100 +cell: 
   2.101 +pager: 
   2.102 +# 
   2.103 +# Business Hours when we can contact you if you left a phone number.
   2.104 +# 
   2.105 +hours: 
     3.1 --- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
     3.2 +++ b/BitKeeper/etc/ignore	Wed Nov 20 10:59:23 2002 +0000
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     3.4 +BitKeeper/*/*
     3.5 +PENDING/*