[Stackless] Building Stackless for Linux/X86

Christian Tismer tismer at tismer.com
Wed Mar 6 13:41:03 CET 2002

jkn at alembis.co.uk wrote:

> Getting there, but still not quite:
> It did look as though I'd checked out while some changes

 > were being made. This is as far as I got last night:


If you aren't used to CVS and know how to update, you should
better wait until I have rpm's ready. Stackless is changing
daily, and this will stay so for at least 2-3 weeks.

To get a clean start-over, better do the following:

cd (your working directory)
rm -rf stackless
CVSROOT=:pserver:anonymous at tismer.com:/home/cvs
export CVSROOT
cvs -z9 co stackless
cd stackless/src

# now you should have it.
# if not, buy a new computer :-)

ciao - chris

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