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AddAThirdRepository
Time to add a third repository? For several (many?) years we have been supporting 2 repositories for NTP: * ntp stable containing stable/production releases ...
AdvocacyIssues
Advocacy Issues * We need a logo. * Proposed Blurb for the ISC home page
AuthenticationIssuesAndSuggestions
Authentication Issues and Suggestions Related Topics: Digest Methods For an in depth discussion of this, see MACDigestMethods. MAC field The MAC (Message Authe...
AutoBuilder
Automated Build System PlatformList List of platforms
AutoGen
GNU AutoGen AutoGen is a tool designed to simplify the creation and maintenance of programs that contain large amounts of repetitious text. It is especially valua...
AutoMake
Automake is a tool for automatically generating `Makefile.in' files compliant with the GNU Coding Standards. Automake requires the use of Autoconf.
AutoconfIssues
autoconf Issues sysconfdir configure does not honor sysconfdir. See , and discuss there or here. We'll need to default sysconfdir to /etc . Eventually, it might...
AutokeyDesignConsiderations
Autokey Design Considerations 15:06 so if you have somebody who understands dave's docs well enough to abstract problem statements, it would be usef...
AutomatedBuildFramework
Automated Build Framework Related Topics: VirtualBuildBox Background The NTP software has proven to be remarkably portable, running on a huge number of different...
BackroomEmail
Backroom Email Requirements from UDel and Dave whimsy is the only machine in the backroom flock that may accept incoming internet email. Background, and (mutual...
BitKeeperNotes
BitKeeper Notes For more information about using or tracking NTP repositories using either the opensource or commercial BitKeeper programs see Main.SoftwareDevelo...
BkAndGeneratedFiles
BK and Generated Files When using a code management system it is usually the case where it is best to only check in "source" files and use the necessary tools to ...
BkAnnotate
An intuitive way to see when somebody did something in a determined part of the code is through annotate command. The annotate command requiers one obligatory par...
BkCheckOutEdit
In some cases, just the act of cloning a repository will also check out all of its files, so the rest of this section won't apply (that's the case with NTP reposi...
BkCheckOutFiles
To start working with files in your newly cloned repository, your best bet is just to "check out" every single file throughout the entire repo (if they aren't alr...
BkClone
Your first step in working with a remote repository is to "clone" a copy of it to your local system with, say: $ bk clone https://linux.bkbits.net:8080/linux 2.5...
BkCloneCheckOut
If all you want to do is grab a remote repository and start using it as part of a project, the simplest thing to do is clone it, then check out all of its files. ...
BkCutoffDates
Instead of using revision ranges to identify the revisions you want, you can use cutoff dates, frequently specified with the c option. These are explained under...
BkDirectoryContents
Depending on how much you've checked out in a directory, there are a couple different ways to see the contents of that directory. If you're interested only in wh...
BkEnvironment
This first set of commands has nothing to do with any repository and just displays information about the bitkeeper setup on your system, so you can at least see i...
BkFileInfo
Beyond just listing the current contents of a file, you can get metadata and revision information about a file. The most useful command for this is bk prs, which...
BkFindFiles
sfiles mostly, I'm thinking.
BkKeywords
Command keywords are defined under bk helptool prs, I'll leave it to you to check them out on your own until I decide if I should expand on them here.
BkListFile
There are a number of ways to list the contents of a BK managed file. If you've already checked it out with bk co or bk get, then you can, of course, use any of ...
BkOverview
In the most common model of BitKeeper usage, you'll most likely do some or all of the following things: * select some package whose source you want to work wit...
BkPrs
Probably the most useful bk command to list a file's revision history and contents is bk prs, which comes with a load of options. First, you can use bk prs to ex...
BkQueryChangesets
There are a number of commands you can use to just query the properties of changesets, either the changesets that are already in your repo or the changesets that ...
BkRemoteRepoInfo
If you want to inspect a remote repository, your best bet is to browse it. (There are some command line variations of bk that will give you some information abou...
BkRepoMetaInfo
Once you clone a repository and cd into it, there are a number of commands that will print meta information about that repository, such as: $ bk root ...
BkRepoStructure
When you first clone a BK repo, the directory structure is there but the files typically aren't; they're normally initially under SCCS control in their respective...
BkRevisionRanges
In many cases, whether you're dealing with file revisions or changeset revisions, you'll have the opportunity to specify a specific revision or range of revisions...
BkRevtool
To see the actual changes in a file between revisions, your best bet is bk revtool to see those changes graphically.
BkSCCSFiles
When you first clone a BK repo, the directory structure is there but the files typically aren't; they're normally initially under SCCS control in their respective...
BkSfiles
... stuff on bk sfiles coming shortly ...
BkTerminology
Most of what follows can also be found under bk helptool terms. I just wanted to restructure it slightly for the audience I'm writing it for but, yes, I shameles...
BkTrackingRepo
There's one more thing you might want to do if you're part of a larger group that wants to experiment with bitkeeper on the same remote, parent repository and tha...
BkUpdateRepo
While you're working with your cloned repository, it's quite possible that changes are happening upstream in the parent repo. If you just want a report on change...
BugzillaBlockingReleaseFlag
Bugzilla Blocking Release Flags We use flags in our bugzilla to assist in the Release process. Anybody may request that a bug block a release. ? is the flag valu...
BugzillaProductComponentLayout
Bugzilla Produce and Component Layout Overview As of 2009, we are using the following products and components in the NTP Bugzilla: * ntp * refclock ON...
BugzillaWishlist
Bugzilla Wishlist Related Topics: MaintainerIssues, https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9412, , , , , , , , , Harlan's original Bugzilla wishlist * ...
ChangeLogMaintenance
ChangeLog Maintenance ChangeLog in dev If a change is being applied to both stable and dev, only add the ChangeLog entry to stable, as it will get pulled in ...
ClockAlgorithms
Clock Algorithms Interested in the clock algorithms used by NTP? Please check out Computer Network Time Synchronization, The Network Time Protocol on Earth and in...
CodeReview
Code Review * https://jonoscript.wordpress.com/2010/05/04/design lunch code review in bugzilla/ * https://www.reviewboard.org/ * https://code.google.com/...
ConfigOptionTags
Tagging categories for configuration options One part of my GSoC project this year is to enable tagging of configuration options so they can be tagged to carry ad...
ConfigurationAndAuthorizationLevelsForNtpd
Configuration and Authorization Levels for ntpd Related Topics: NtpVariablesAndNtpq Background and History Analysis .BrianUtterback suggests we need to classif...
Cross-compilingNTP
Cross compiling NTP The configure script uses the cpu vendor os string to make decisions on a number of configurable items. While in a 'regular' build we can, fo...
DNSServerFailover
Failing over DNS Server Addresses 1. Problem Summary The current implementation of NTP uses DNS to retrieve the IP addresses of the server name in the configura...
DeprecatingNtpdate
Deprecating ntpdate The combination of ntpd and sntp now implements the functions of ntpdate. As soon as a few remaining issues with sntp are resolved the ntpdate...
DeprecatingNtpdc
Deprecating ntpdc ntpd 4.2.7p230 defaults to ignoring ntpdc queries: https://groups.google.com/g/comp.protocols.time.ntp/c/JUKikD38dio Users.KenyonRalph 2012 ...
DesignByContractAndNTP
Design By Contract and NTP I've started to add 'design by contract' assertions into certain areas of the codebase. The primary reason for this is to make the code...
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