Check your cvsup file


Simon ‘corecode’ Schubert has updated the example cvsup files; the new target names (‘dragonfly-’ prefix) have been available for a long time already, so you probably only need an update if you are using a custom cvsup file.

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  1. Lazarus says:

    I’ve noticed that, but I’m a little slow. What is the need for it? Is it merely a cosmetic change?

  2. It’s so the name doesn’t conflict with the other cvs collections out there. A name like “cvs-src” is not very descriptive.