Matt Mackall has released
version 0.7 of his
"ketchup" script. Ketchup can be thought of as a sort of apt-get for
kernel trees; run "ketchup 2.6-bk
" and it will go get the
right combination of kernel tarballs and patch sets and put them together
into a complete kernel tree. Several different trees are supported,
, and -mjb
, and the script
can string together a series of patches to get to the desired destination.
If you find yourself playing with a number of different kernel trees,
ketchup may prove to be a tasty condiment to add to your tool collection.
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