cvs commit: src/nrelease Makefile

Simon 'corecode' Schubert corecode at
Sat Jul 8 11:02:21 PDT 2006

Matthew Dillon wrote:
    Remember, these are only system sources... just enough to compile up the
    kernel and modules, it is not the full blown tree.  For someone wanting
    to compile up a new kernel without any additional storage attached it
    represents only ~73 MB more memory verses the 183 MB of memory required
    to hold the objects, and the result wouldn't be very useful without
    some storage to copy the kernel too anyway, let alone writable storage
    to hold any source modifications/configuration changes.
oh!  I didn't realize that you only tar up sys.  That's cool.  Maybe use bzip2 instead of gzip and call the tarball "src-sys.tar.bz2" instead of only "src.tgz"?

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