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Re: Moving to git

From: Samuel Thibault
Subject: Re: Moving to git
Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2009 13:10:44 +0100
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Thomas Schwinge, le Sun 11 Jan 2009 12:41:45 +0100, a écrit :
> On Fri, Jan 09, 2009 at 09:43:17PM +0100, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> > Oops, as I don't really care whether CVS/svn/git/whatever is used, I
> > overlooked this thread
> That's why I addressed this email directly to you.  Perhaps you can get
> such mails appear with a higher score in your mailer than the list mails
> do?  (That's at least what I am doing: directly-addressed mails go into
> the INBOX and list mails are sorted into separate folders.)

Just the same for me.

> | For the GNU Mach Xen branch, I'd like Samuel to tell when that one is
> | ready for being merged into the main GNU Mach 1 branch and then I
> | intend to do that merge as one big aggregated ``blob'' (i.e., without
> | preserving the individual development, testing, debugging,
> | etc. commits.
> Do you think it is worthwhile to preserve your individual commits?

I think it's not.

> > Somebody in the Xen
> > community made a patch to automatically provide several modules to Xen
> > domUs (as grub does), but I'm still waiting for him to submit it.
> How difficult (if at all possible) do you think it would be to use pyGrub
> and thus configure the Hurd system's booting procedure directly from
> within the domU's partition?

PyGRUB doesn't overcome the domU module passing limitation, PV-GRUB
which I developped at XenSource doesn't either.  The problem really lies
at the domU module passing interface.  And then yes, PyGRUB or PV-GRUB
would work.


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