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RTEMS SS-20030128 available




Jack Cawkwell wrote:
> 
> Joel,
> 
> Thanks for that. I have been thinking, and wonder if the online cd-image
> was changing when you upgraded it to the latest snapshot? I downloaded the
> cd image recently (in January), over a week in several sessions, but
> before you launched the latest cd.

The contents of the directory are a a moving target.  So it is quite
possible that somethings changed in the period of a week.  I know that
just
prior to the snapshot announcement, I was populating the directory
with new tools.  So it is very possible.

Once the release branch is forked, I expect it to slow down.

> Referring to the other thread about the build tools, I am happy with
> using the tools, I cannot think of a better way of doing it. But I have
> found
> it hard to impossible to get a complete set of working tools and RTEMS
> version. The cd image should solve this problem. I have multiple linux
> boxes and can have more than one build environment, so once I get a working
> version....

In case you didn't notice, I also cleaned up the snapshots directory to
move a lot of stuff into an "old" directory.  We want to keep older
stuff
around but it doesn't need to get in the way.

> Jack
> 
> joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com writes:
> >
> >
> >Jack Cawkwell wrote:
> >>
> >> Well I do feel guilty that I am not contributing by testing out the CD
> >> image.
> ...
> >> I cleared out all the old versions using commands like rpm -q -a | grep
> >> rtems,
> >> and then removing anything detected; I am pretty sure I removed
> >everything.
> >
> >If you always use the RPMs, this will work:
> >
> >rpm -e `rpm -qg rtems `
> >
> >and just to be sure:
> >
> >rm -rf /opt/rtems/*
> >