[Unix-jun72] Import V1 filesystem trees into svn?
wkt at tuhs.org
Tue May 6 02:53:29 EDT 2008
On Tue, May 06, 2008 at 12:57:44PM +1000, Warren Toomey wrote:
> Perhaps we do the same as we have done with patches:
> fs/root == original files as per s2 tape
> fs/usr == original files as per s2 tape
> fs/newfiles == new files to add to images
> fs/buildroot == modified root (not in svn)
> fs/buildusr == modified usr (not in svn)
> tools/xxx == script to build root and usr
I've imported fs/root and fs/usr into the svn repository with the files from
the s2 tape, and fs/new has Tim's etc/init so far. I haven't written any
scripts to make filesystem images yet.
Rather than use the file owner/permissions on the fs/ files, I'll modify
mkfs.c to read a table a la the rawperms table in tools/mktape.py, so that
the exact owner/perms get put into the V1 filesystem images.
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