Authors ------- The original CVSup code was written in Modula-3 by: John Polstra <firstname.lastname@example.org> Csup is a rewrite of CVSup in C. It has been mostly written by: Maxime Henrion <mux@FreeBSD.org> A few contributors have helped him in his task and they are listed here in alphabetical order: Olivier Houchard <cognet@FreeBSD.org> Ulf Lilleengen <email@example.com> Christoph Mathys <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Google SoC Project) Etienne Vidal <email@example.com> Last but not least, this project would have never been possible without the generous donations he received from various people. Here they are, in alphabetical order: Eric Anholt Garance A Drosehn Paul Gregg Marcel Moolenaar Devon O'Dell Mike Tancsa Mikko Tyolajarvi Building & Installing --------------------- First, in order to build csup, you will need a few dependencies: * The OpenSSL crypto lib and associated openssl/md5.h header * The zlib library and associated zlib.h header * GNU make * lex/yacc As usual, to build the source code, run "make". If you're running a BSD flavoured system, you will most likely need to run "gmake" instead, to invoke the GNU make variant instead of the system one. Once the build is done, you can run "make install" (or alternatively, "gmake install") as root to install the csup binary, the cpasswd script and their respective manual pages. Be warned however that if the packaging system of your OS knows about csup, it is preferable to install it from there rather than by hand, so that it can be properly deinstalled afterwards. Csup should build and run fine under any *BSD OS (that includes FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD and DragonFlyBSD), as well as Linux and Darwin. It has also been tested successfully on a wide range of architectures: x86, amd64, sparc64, alpha, ia64, arm and powerpc. If you have a problem building from source, drop me a mail! About ----- CVSup is a software for distributing and updating collections of files accross a network. It can efficiently and accurately mirror all types of files, including sources, binaries, hard links, symbolic links, and even device nodes. In addition to being a great general-purpose mirroring tool, CVSup includes special features and optimizations specifically tailored to CVS repositories. CVSup is being used as the preferred way to update sources within the FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD projects, and by many more projects such as PostgreSQL. More information on CVSup can be found at: http://www.cvsup.org/ This project is a rewrite of CVSup in the C language. It was started for pragmatic reasons rather than religious ones: the Modula-3 runtime environment has not been ported to all the achitectures supported by the various *BSD projects, plus it was increasingly difficult to find people for maintaining the code. Status ------ The csup project is now officially completed. It has proven to be a solid CVSup replacement for client-only functionality, and is now being shipped along with the FreeBSD operating system, since FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE. It is still being maintained externally as well, mostly for the sake of other operating systems. The code can be found in this Mercurial repository: https://bitbucket.org/mux/csup
EOL from FreeBSD
6f7bde8 - Remove two (!) redundant initializations of the what variable that was already properly initialized. The first one was supposedly added to quiet a compiler warning, ...
e8a9c79 - Remove a function that was added but never used.