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From: Stuart Henderson (stuspacehopper.org)
Date: Fri Aug 03 2007 - 19:10:24 CDT
On 2007/08/03 18:54, Will Maier wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 03, 2007 at 06:35:51PM -0500, Todd Pytel wrote:
> > I don't spend as much time following OpenBSD as I used to, so
> > perhaps I'm missing something. But there used to be a
> > ports-security mailing list used for announcing updated ports.
> > That list doesn't exist any more, or at least doesn't appear to
> > have had anything posted to it in a very long time.
> It exists, but is inactive.
> > Is there some other official way to track changes to ports?
> By looking at the output of `cvs up`? By watching commits via
> ports-changes? I do both, and find it sufficient.
> > Absent that, has anyone come up with a simple hack to feed to cron
> > to accomplish the same thing?
> I pull updated ports and src daily via cron, and read
> (ports|source)-changes for commit messages, etc. Does that not
> achieve what you need?
Or there's odc/owc if you prefer summaries:
Even looking at output of a cron-scripted 'cvs up' or cvsync