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authorSimon Frankenberger <simon@fraho.eu>2020-04-02 16:43:04 +0200
committerLeo <thinkabit.ukim@gmail.com>2020-04-04 17:35:47 +0000
commitf068c3eaa72ba6960c6cd3b7b01d2aa197b91bb4 (patch)
tree09cbd7763c13896c2cb0d68259946c75346c5b08
parenteeea38c8e334545967285a375bfd9a1fe3d0ab2b (diff)
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main/cvs: upgrade to 1.12.13
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/APKBUILD42
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/CVE-2017-12836.patch38
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-CVE-2012-0804.patch30
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-block-requests.patch140
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-cvsbug-tmpfix.patch22
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-fix-massive-leak.patch52
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-format-security.patch22
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-getdelim.patch21
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-hash-nameclash.patch42
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-mktime-x32.patch29
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-musl.patch13
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-openat.patch21
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-rcs2log-coreutils.patch14
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/cvs_1.12.13+real-26.diff14614
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/getcwd.patch21
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/install-sh.patch (renamed from main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-install-sh.patch)2
-rw-r--r--main/cvs/mktime-configure.patch (renamed from main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-mktime-configure.patch)14
17 files changed, 14654 insertions, 483 deletions
diff --git a/main/cvs/APKBUILD b/main/cvs/APKBUILD
index 3ba97bb296..43925f68f5 100644
--- a/main/cvs/APKBUILD
+++ b/main/cvs/APKBUILD
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
# Contributor: Michael Mason <ms13sp@gmail.com>
# Maintainer: Natanael Copa <ncopa@alpinelinux.org>
pkgname=cvs
-pkgver=1.12.12
+pkgver=1.12.13
pkgrel=0
pkgdesc="Concurrent Versions System"
url="https://www.nongnu.org/cvs/"
@@ -11,26 +11,16 @@ options="!check" # Tests fail - src/lib/test-getdate.sh
makedepends="zlib-dev"
subpackages="$pkgname-doc"
source="https://ftp.gnu.org/non-gnu/cvs/source/feature/$pkgver/cvs-$pkgver.tar.gz
- cvs-1.12.12-cvsbug-tmpfix.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-openat.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-block-requests.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-install-sh.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-hash-nameclash.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-getdelim.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-rcs2log-coreutils.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-mktime-x32.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-fix-massive-leak.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-mktime-configure.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-CVE-2012-0804.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-format-security.patch
- cvs-1.12.12-musl.patch
- CVE-2017-12836.patch
+ cvs_1.12.13+real-26.diff
+ install-sh.patch
+ mktime-configure.patch
+ getcwd.patch
"
# secfixes:
# 1.12.12-r0:
# - CVE-2010-3846
-# - CVE-2012-0804
+# - CVE-2012-0804
# - CVE-2017-12836
prepare() {
default_prepare
@@ -58,18 +48,8 @@ package() {
make DESTDIR="$pkgdir" install
}
-sha512sums="36cae30bbd075773d260fd8d0170335d37ba4b6dd09056465290df5c14cd7c39a18931d70761d98e2bd989798b013e372603e94c252b4062c56c3ab53251a1fb cvs-1.12.12.tar.gz
-29014631f5595dbf51a47032a19a23e545190dd8d40d77a71d363cee07a9ae38263b67db52a512436a9a7b37a7f5ff4daafa4a0a9f3c29bcfeb71ecff74408b7 cvs-1.12.12-cvsbug-tmpfix.patch
-b0a7abc785169705d2f0668a8af706f93ee3eba3d050d555689577962283e54f6bd186e662b64c65f926cf72dff76a37259181338707d641ee0f20591ba62805 cvs-1.12.12-openat.patch
-541545ffc64c4f2303b7e8f6cae2cdff0437452e4bcf94b2149d51e43710096e17f024c1a8ed32433560ea51ecef2aba2f3e6bfaef8fa9e4ad2f2436649884d1 cvs-1.12.12-block-requests.patch
-7e468d41c1eb23c0a62b605e6e48cffc004e8f386a87a9696dd73b36702c74aad529f5cba7280dee1100027b6e1e907adad257cc446ca3ad734fa40d47e4ff72 cvs-1.12.12-install-sh.patch
-dcd612dcc4b008c0fbabd74bcc179e69ebaed31a9f6622127061194a8ed99549502fbc0bffc75cc87aed26f7fe46215da81438c3a797e2179ed3da8e0b5ebdbb cvs-1.12.12-hash-nameclash.patch
-181b5daa6e103218e3fc1629a0b5f74daad613cdbe530655eff32479e4b9f32d067e60a82107efdbb129f917ee0626d274fb65555c66d907c997bf01fa262bdb cvs-1.12.12-getdelim.patch
-73c3506fa670b00ac52363efa2a2fa34203108d3dc112400e52f78eb7d83967cf49b11280d6c27a461f79a9c38317b41b26dd1f67d10229dbcb6c2ad9d43b521 cvs-1.12.12-rcs2log-coreutils.patch
-4a58c0f94de8e19c2de1930b7e5e04816e79a86885c89b792616a4c43f6e12aef271005ae59ae0d5788a910ba97735ccdf35f0ef5faafc2e3c50a9858b8f6216 cvs-1.12.12-mktime-x32.patch
-c4c9026e971f3da49cefce102b57bc681427a708ec8caa185df1234fd2a95090c8dc8cbf84374a762fdef7002d658cd4b52450429664cb3a1bfbda63d31c78a7 cvs-1.12.12-fix-massive-leak.patch
-10b29450d5d0a6a02d92812b919edbba2b86f2217aa54896b44358edb2eb8d8d6111b5c5db39faa50ef1f9a86ed1ee190332629f33402ad8cd8082b77547f486 cvs-1.12.12-mktime-configure.patch
-4f86f75f59caf4ef7e83964ec2d9c93575ccdcb031b1a6a1774a2a80ab7d6f278b3d27c4ab9270b91edf457a0195d702e3bd20da17c167b3f204fd9d8980b720 cvs-1.12.12-CVE-2012-0804.patch
-34f16defa5ab03ca2efcdea27269a37e27510d235bc4efd7a91871c2ae32fe9b922a51f3b87bcfec988964f8ae50d4649d7876937e25352836d5274ce88eea13 cvs-1.12.12-format-security.patch
-1c14b89dccee3130cc4ff881b7204f01dd8e14d1767e21d30b879df17a368a0f6bc7d3945872f8a6adcf47e34c3e48b9f2c0c0c90cccbf10fa935690a57f5e20 cvs-1.12.12-musl.patch
-1daf3d26acabe5e1f46331595f95f62a3bc7ffd28dfb063cfc8c9eec3f13f67ad32ba236ea4ff5f3180a10996ac5c902473d4a34226f9706f3b008b0c55491ea CVE-2017-12836.patch"
+sha512sums="acd658b7ffa29a67e33f294073a0f80a27aa4e19dc2185cfa43f862d34e511bcf9802012b8e6957f82c7532fdabbb058b33686e0e6046cdd1f1aa9af619e92e9 cvs-1.12.13.tar.gz
+510a8a3ed392108f360f3477af45f863ea3603b8c3f90504dfc018e3ef5ed79e69fcd3e38c82b46061cc82a53859d8ab209ae6f8ee07134f7db98bc3f1e38f06 cvs_1.12.13+real-26.diff
+44e0b683f8178804d029957e78af046197142181564bfb0209da2682f9817e6c661a9e0dd390d236c9ebdc937df920269e708bb7d7c84ca942341fd413a1b265 install-sh.patch
+a430f2659e1f96bc4ba2205567662eb5863c0c73b2e0c43eba86b23734b3874663e389e74e6011c6a0e9f4074d676adfd6c88fbe20f11ca33ba3223a93dad02c mktime-configure.patch
+99a9107603a933c164070787a3e270f8b1d82fb6930763061f019a42c0d88e4ac981941ccc0851ae051df757caef5d6c9a9e9b87d3378e7361cc78f48460f4a1 getcwd.patch"
diff --git a/main/cvs/CVE-2017-12836.patch b/main/cvs/CVE-2017-12836.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index b20a88b667..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/CVE-2017-12836.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,38 +0,0 @@
-Subject: [PATCH] Fix CVE-2017-12836
-From: Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de>
-
---- a/src/rsh-client.c
-+++ b/src/rsh-client.c
-@@ -53,9 +53,10 @@
- char *cvs_server = (root->cvs_server != NULL
- ? root->cvs_server : getenv ("CVS_SERVER"));
- int i = 0;
-- /* This needs to fit "rsh", "-b", "-l", "USER", "host",
-- "cmd (w/ args)", and NULL. We leave some room to grow. */
-- char *rsh_argv[10];
-+ /* This needs to fit "rsh", "-b", "-l", "USER", "-p", port,
-+ "--", "host", "cvs", "-R", "server", and NULL.
-+ We leave some room to grow. */
-+ char *rsh_argv[16];
-
- if (!cvs_rsh)
- /* People sometimes suggest or assume that this should default
-@@ -97,6 +98,9 @@
- rsh_argv[i++] = root->username;
- }
-
-+ /* Only non-option arguments from here. (CVE-2017-12836) */
-+ rsh_argv[i++] = "--";
-+
- rsh_argv[i++] = root->hostname;
- rsh_argv[i++] = cvs_server;
- rsh_argv[i++] = "server";
-@@ -171,6 +175,8 @@
- *p++ = root->username;
- }
-
-+ *p++ = "--";
-+
- *p++ = root->hostname;
- *p++ = command;
- *p++ = NULL;
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-CVE-2012-0804.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-CVE-2012-0804.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index 107c3ea122..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-CVE-2012-0804.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,30 +0,0 @@
-[CVE-2012-0804] Fix proxy response parser
-
-If proxy sends overlong HTTP vesion string, the string will be copied
-to unallocatd space (write_buf) causing heap overflow.
-
-This patch fixes it by ignoring the HTTP version string and checking
-the response line has been parsed correctly.
-
-See <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=773699> for more
-details.
-
-Index: src/client.c
-===================================================================
-RCS file: /sources/cvs/ccvs/src/client.c,v
-retrieving revision 1.483
-diff -u -r1.483 client.c
---- a/src/client.c 18 Nov 2008 22:59:02 -0000 1.483
-+++ b/src/client.c 26 Jan 2012 16:32:25 -0000
-@@ -4339,9 +4339,9 @@
- * code.
- */
- read_line_via (from_server, to_server, &read_buf);
-- sscanf (read_buf, "%s %d", write_buf, &codenum);
-+ count = sscanf (read_buf, "%*s %d", &codenum);
-
-- if ((codenum / 100) != 2)
-+ if (count != 1 || (codenum / 100) != 2)
- error (1, 0, "proxy server %s:%d does not support http tunnelling",
- root->proxy_hostname, proxy_port_number);
- free (read_buf);
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-block-requests.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-block-requests.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index 9c9b49db8f..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-block-requests.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,140 +0,0 @@
-Author: Robin H. Johnson <robbat2@gentoo.org>
-Date: 2006-08-09
-
-This patch allows a CVS server to deny usage of specific commands, based on
-input in the environment.
-
-Just set the CVS_BLOCK_REQUESTS env var with all of the commands you want,
-seperated by spaces. Eg:
-CVS_BLOCK_REQUESTS="Gzip-stream gzip-file-contents"
-would block ALL usage of compression.
-
-Please see the array 'struct request requests[]' in src/server.c for a full
-list of commands.
-
-Please note that if you block any commands marked as RQ_ESSENTIAL, CVS clients
-may fail! (This includes 'ci'!).
-
-See the companion cvs-custom.c for a wrapper that can enforce the environment variable for pserver setups.
-
-Signed-off-by: Robin H. Johnson <robbat2@gentoo.org>
-
-diff -Nuar --exclude '*~' -U 10 cvs-1.12.12.orig/src/server.c cvs-1.12.12/src/server.c
---- cvs-1.12.12.orig/src/server.c 2005-04-14 14:13:29.000000000 +0000
-+++ cvs-1.12.12/src/server.c 2006-08-09 01:40:44.000000000 +0000
-@@ -5836,43 +5836,90 @@
- #undef REQ_LINE
- };
- #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT or CLIENT_SUPPORT */
-
-
-
- #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
- /*
- * This server request is not ignored by the secondary.
- */
-+
-+/* Hack by Robin H. Johnson <robbat2@gentoo.org>.
-+ * Allow the server ENV to specify what request types are to be ignored.
-+ */
-+
-+static char blocked_requests[BUFSIZ] = " ";
-+
-+static void build_blocked_requests() {
-+ char *tmp = getenv("CVS_BLOCK_REQUESTS");
-+
-+ if (tmp != NULL && strlen(tmp) > 0) {
-+ // move to our custom buffer
-+ strncat(blocked_requests, tmp, sizeof(blocked_requests)-strlen(blocked_requests));
-+ //add a space on the end as well for searching
-+ strncat(blocked_requests, " ", sizeof(blocked_requests)-strlen(blocked_requests));
-+ }
-+
-+ // now blocked_requests contains the list of every request that we do not
-+ // want to serve
-+}
-+
-+// returns 0 if we should serve this request
-+// use as if(checker(FOO)) continue;
-+static int serve_valid_requests_checker(char *reqname) {
-+ char needle[BUFSIZ] = " ";
-+ char *tmp;
-+
-+ if(!blocked_requests || strlen(blocked_requests) < 2)
-+ return 0;
-+
-+ // we want to look for ' 'reqname' '
-+ snprintf(needle, sizeof(needle), " %s ", reqname);
-+
-+ // now do the search
-+ tmp = strstr(blocked_requests, needle);
-+
-+ if (tmp != NULL)
-+ return 1;
-+
-+ return 0;
-+
-+}
-+
- static void
- serve_valid_requests (char *arg)
- {
- struct request *rq;
-
- /* Since this is processed in the first pass, don't reprocess it in the
- * second.
- *
- * We still print errors since new errors could have been generated in the
- * second pass.
- */
- if (print_pending_error ()
- #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
- || reprocessing
- #endif /* PROXY_SUPPORT */
- )
- return;
-+
-+ build_blocked_requests();
-
- buf_output0 (buf_to_net, "Valid-requests");
- for (rq = requests; rq->name != NULL; rq++)
- {
- if (rq->func != NULL)
- {
-+ if(serve_valid_requests_checker(rq->name))
-+ continue;
- buf_append_char (buf_to_net, ' ');
- buf_output0 (buf_to_net, rq->name);
- }
- }
- buf_output0 (buf_to_net, "\nok\n");
-
- /* The client is waiting for the list of valid requests, so we
- must send the output now. */
- buf_flush (buf_to_net, 1);
- }
-@@ -6353,20 +6400,24 @@
- cmd += len;
- else if (cmd[len] == ' ')
- cmd += len + 1;
- else
- /*
- * The first len characters match, but it's a different
- * command. e.g. the command is "cooperate" but we matched
- * "co".
- */
- continue;
-+ // Ignore commands that we are supposed to ignore.
-+ if(serve_valid_requests_checker(rq->name))
-+ continue;
-+
-
- if (!(rq->flags & RQ_ROOTLESS)
- && current_parsed_root == NULL)
- {
- /* For commands which change the way in which data
- is sent and received, for example Gzip-stream,
- this does the wrong thing. Since the client
- assumes that everything is being compressed,
- unconditionally, there is no way to give this
- error to the client without turning on
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-cvsbug-tmpfix.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-cvsbug-tmpfix.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index fcd4431e87..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-cvsbug-tmpfix.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,22 +0,0 @@
-Index: cvs-1.12.12/src/cvsbug.in
-===================================================================
---- cvs-1.12.12.orig/src/cvsbug.in
-+++ cvs-1.12.12/src/cvsbug.in
-@@ -109,14 +109,14 @@ elif [ -f /bin/domainname ]; then
- /usr/bin/ypcat passwd 2>/dev/null | cat - /etc/passwd | grep "^$LOGNAME:" |
- cut -f5 -d':' | sed -e 's/,.*//' > $TEMP
- ORIGINATOR="`cat $TEMP`"
-- rm -f $TEMP
-+ > $TEMP
- fi
- fi
-
- if [ "$ORIGINATOR" = "" ]; then
- grep "^$LOGNAME:" /etc/passwd | cut -f5 -d':' | sed -e 's/,.*//' > $TEMP
- ORIGINATOR="`cat $TEMP`"
-- rm -f $TEMP
-+ > $TEMP
- fi
-
- if [ -n "$ORGANIZATION" ]; then
-
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-fix-massive-leak.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-fix-massive-leak.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index 5366f50855..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-fix-massive-leak.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,52 +0,0 @@
-buf_free_data must free data independently
-of send or reseived bytes over network.
-
-Moreover, when buffer is usually freed
-buffer _is_ empty, but has one clean mapped page.
-
-I've observed massive 'cvs server' leaks
-when importing large gentoo-x86 repo with 'cvsps'.
-Leak ate all my 32GBs of RAM and killed process.
-(Leaked around 3 pages per client request).
-
-valgrind found the leak easily:
-
-$ valgrind \
- cvsps \
- --root :local:$HOME/portage/gentoo-x86.rsync \
- --fast-export \
- gentoo-x86/dev-vcs/git-annex 2>l |
- git fast-import
-
- ==13504== 1,248 bytes in 52 blocks are still reachable in loss record 41 of 47
- ==13504== at 0x4C2C19B: malloc (vg_replace_malloc.c:270)
- ==13504== by 0x48A556: xnmalloc_inline (xmalloc.c:40)
- ==13504== by 0x48A5B5: xmalloc (xmalloc.c:56)
- ==13504== by 0x4855F5: new_memnode (pagealign_alloc.c:91)
- ==13504== by 0x48571B: pagealign_alloc (pagealign_alloc.c:151)
- ==13504== by 0x485739: pagealign_xalloc (pagealign_alloc.c:182)
- ==13504== by 0x408DD7: get_buffer_data (buffer.c:98)
- ==13504== by 0x409C0C: buf_input_data (buffer.c:738)
- ==13504== by 0x45BB63: do_cvs_command (server.c:3847)
- ==13504== by 0x45D39E: serve_co (server.c:4809)
- ==13504== by 0x45F845: server (server.c:6438)
- ==13504== by 0x438784: main (main.c:1066)
-
-And now it takes constant space (less, than 18MB)
-for 'cvs server' process to convert all gentoo-x86
-by serving more, than 5 000 000 client requests.
-
-Signed-off-by: Sergei Trofimovich <slyfox@gentoo.org>
-diff --git a/src/buffer.c b/src/buffer.c
-index 3f12513..9a7a559 100644
---- a/src/buffer.c
-+++ b/src/buffer.c
-@@ -526,7 +526,7 @@ buf_copy_data (struct buffer *buf, struct buffer_data *data,
- void
- buf_free_data (struct buffer *buffer)
- {
-- if (buf_empty_p (buffer)) return;
-+ if (! buffer->data) return;
- buf_free_datas (buffer->data, buffer->last);
- buffer->data = buffer->last = NULL;
- }
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-format-security.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-format-security.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index d710a90207..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-format-security.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,22 +0,0 @@
---- a/diff/diff3.c
-+++ b/diff/diff3.c
-@@ -1503,7 +1503,7 @@
- line = 0;
- do
- {
-- printf_output (line_prefix);
-+ printf_output ("%s", line_prefix);
- cp = D_RELNUM (ptr, realfile, line);
- length = D_RELLEN (ptr, realfile, line);
- write_output (cp, length);
---- a/src/main.c
-+++ b/src/main.c
-@@ -1375,7 +1375,7 @@
- {
- (void) fprintf (stderr, *cpp++, program_name, cvs_cmd_name);
- for (; *cpp; cpp++)
-- (void) fprintf (stderr, *cpp);
-+ (void) fprintf (stderr, "%s", *cpp);
- exit (EXIT_FAILURE);
- }
-
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-getdelim.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-getdelim.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index 837d4408ab..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-getdelim.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,21 +0,0 @@
-The function getdelim() behaves slightly different on FreeBSD,
-only appending to the *line buffer if line_size is 0.
-
-See:
-https://savannah.nongnu.org/bugs/?29466
-http://bugs.gentoo.org/314791
-
-Already comitted upstream:
-http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/ccvs/src/myndbm.c?root=cvs&r1=1.38&r2=1.39
-
---- a/src/myndbm.c.orig
-+++ b/src/myndbm.c
-@@ -213,7 +213,7 @@
- mydbm_load_file (FILE *fp, List *list, char *filename)
- {
- char *line = NULL;
-- size_t line_size;
-+ size_t line_size = 0;
- char *value;
- size_t value_allocated;
- char *cp, *vp;
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-hash-nameclash.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-hash-nameclash.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index 95fd61e0a5..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-hash-nameclash.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,42 +0,0 @@
-http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/cvs/ccvs/src/hash.h?r1=1.14.6.2&r2=1.14.6.3&pathrev=cvs1-11-x-branch
-fixed in cvs-1.11.23, cvs-HEAD after cvs-1.12.13a
-
---- a/src/hash.h.orig 2005-02-01 22:56:48 +0100
-+++ b/src/hash.h 2010-03-10 19:00:11 +0100
-@@ -27,26 +27,26 @@
- };
- typedef enum ntype Ntype;
-
--struct node
-+struct hashnode
- {
- Ntype type;
-- struct node *next;
-- struct node *prev;
-- struct node *hashnext;
-- struct node *hashprev;
-+ struct hashnode *next;
-+ struct hashnode *prev;
-+ struct hashnode *hashnext;
-+ struct hashnode *hashprev;
- char *key;
- void *data;
-- void (*delproc) (struct node *);
-+ void (*delproc) (struct hashnode *);
- };
--typedef struct node Node;
-+typedef struct hashnode Node;
-
--struct list
-+struct hashlist
- {
- Node *list;
- Node *hasharray[HASHSIZE];
-- struct list *next;
-+ struct hashlist *next;
- };
--typedef struct list List;
-+typedef struct hashlist List;
-
- List *getlist (void);
- Node *findnode (List * list, const char *key);
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-mktime-x32.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-mktime-x32.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index 948fa4d714..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-mktime-x32.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,29 +0,0 @@
-back port changes from upstream gnulib to make this work on x32
-
-https://bugs.gentoo.org/395641
-
---- cvs-1.12.12/lib/mktime.c
-+++ cvs-1.12.12/lib/mktime.c
-@@ -115,6 +115,13 @@
- #define TM_YEAR_BASE 1900
- verify (base_year_is_a_multiple_of_100, TM_YEAR_BASE % 100 == 0);
-
-+#if INT_MAX <= LONG_MAX / 2
-+typedef long int long_int;
-+#else
-+typedef long long int long_int;
-+#endif
-+verify (long_int_is_wide_enough, INT_MAX == INT_MAX * (long_int) 2 / 2);
-+
- /* Return 1 if YEAR + TM_YEAR_BASE is a leap year. */
- static inline int
- leapyear (long int year)
-@@ -167,8 +174,6 @@
- int year0, int yday0, int hour0, int min0, int sec0)
- {
- verify (C99_integer_division, -1 / 2 == 0);
-- verify (long_int_year_and_yday_are_wide_enough,
-- INT_MAX <= LONG_MAX / 2 || TIME_T_MAX <= UINT_MAX);
-
- /* Compute intervening leap days correctly even if year is negative.
- Take care to avoid integer overflow here. */
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-musl.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-musl.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index e426cf55fc..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-musl.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,13 +0,0 @@
-http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2003-04/msg00518.html
-
---- a/lib/regex.c
-+++ b/lib/regex.c
-@@ -8184,7 +8184,7 @@
- if (msg_size > errbuf_size)
- {
- #if defined HAVE_MEMPCPY || defined _LIBC
-- *((char *) __mempcpy (errbuf, msg, errbuf_size - 1)) = '\0';
-+ *((char *) mempcpy (errbuf, msg, errbuf_size - 1)) = '\0';
- #else
- memcpy (errbuf, msg, errbuf_size - 1);
- errbuf[errbuf_size - 1] = 0;
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-openat.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-openat.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index fdb406a45e..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-openat.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,21 +0,0 @@
-Index: cvs-1.12.12/lib/openat.c
-===================================================================
---- cvs-1.12.12.orig/lib/openat.c
-+++ cvs-1.12.12/lib/openat.c
-@@ -55,9 +55,13 @@ rpl_openat (int fd, char const *filename
- va_list arg;
- va_start (arg, flags);
-
-- /* Assume that mode_t is passed compatibly with mode_t's type
-- after argument promotion. */
-- mode = va_arg (arg, mode_t);
-+ /* If mode_t is narrower than int, use the promoted type (int),
-+ not mode_t. Use sizeof to guess whether mode_t is nerrower;
-+ we don't know of any practical counterexamples. */
-+ if (sizeof (mode_t) < sizeof (int))
-+ mode = va_arg (arg, int);
-+ else
-+ mode = va_arg (arg, mode_t);
-
- va_end (arg);
- }
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-rcs2log-coreutils.patch b/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-rcs2log-coreutils.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index 7dda3f0f17..0000000000
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-rcs2log-coreutils.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,14 +0,0 @@
-X-Gentoo-bug: 144114
-
-diff -Nuar cvs-1.12.12.orig/contrib/rcs2log.sh cvs-1.12.12/contrib/rcs2log.sh
---- cvs-1.12.12.orig/contrib/rcs2log.sh 2003-02-25 21:32:51.000000000 +0000
-+++ cvs-1.12.12/contrib/rcs2log.sh 2010-12-06 21:14:33.831532212 +0000
-@@ -620,7 +620,7 @@
- # Sort the log entries, first by date+time (in reverse order),
- # then by author, then by log entry, and finally by file name and revision
- # (just in case).
--sort -t"$SOH" +2 -4r +4 +0 |
-+sort -t"$SOH" -k 3,4r -k 5 -k 1,2 |
-
- # Finally, reformat the sorted log entries.
- $AWK -F"$SOH" '
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs_1.12.13+real-26.diff b/main/cvs/cvs_1.12.13+real-26.diff
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..756fbdbd46
--- /dev/null
+++ b/main/cvs/cvs_1.12.13+real-26.diff
@@ -0,0 +1,14614 @@
+This patch is taken without modification from ubuntu 18.04
+https://packages.ubuntu.com/bionic/cvs
+
+Original download URL:
+http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/c/cvs/cvs_1.12.13+real-26.diff.gz
+
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/AUTHORS
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/AUTHORS
+@@ -57,6 +57,12 @@
+ There have been many, many contributions not listed here. Consult the
+ individual ChangeLog files in each directory for a more complete idea.
+
++Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.org> is responsible for the MirOS extensions,
++some of which were inspired by changes to GNU CVS 1.11.1p1 by other BSDs,
++and by changes from the previous Debian package; he did the MirBSD port
++as well as the MirPorts Framework and new Debian packaging, all of which
++include some original development work and fixes.
++
+ In addition to the above contributors, the following Beta testers
+ deserve special mention for their support. This is only a partial
+ list; if you have helped in this way and would like to be listed, let
+@@ -88,3 +94,6 @@
+ Many contributors have added code to the "contrib" directory. See the
+ README file there for a list of what is available. There is also a
+ contributed GNU Emacs CVS-mode in tools/pcl-cvs.
++
++
++$MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/AUTHORS,v 1.6 2016/11/08 23:08:09 tg Exp $
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/DEVEL-CVS
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/DEVEL-CVS
+@@ -7,7 +7,8 @@
+ Policies regarding the CVS source repository:
+
+ By checking items into the repository, developers agree to permit
+-distribution of such items under the terms of the GNU Public License.
++distribution of such items under the terms of the GNU General Public
++License.
+
+ ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ Procedure for dealing with people who want to be developers:
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/FAQ
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/FAQ
+@@ -3097,7 +3097,7 @@
+ If you want to allow read access, check out an entire tree somewhere.
+ You have to do this anyway to build it.
+
+- Note: If you are using a stupid file system that can't inherit file
++ Note: If you are using a stupid filesystem that can't inherit file
+ groups from the parent directory (even with the "setgid" (Octal 2000)
+ bit set), you might have to modify CVS (or RCS) to reset the group
+ every time you create a new file. I have not tested this.
+@@ -7234,7 +7234,7 @@
+
+ It will respond:
+
+- Directory /Repos/<dir> added to the repository
++ Directory /Repos/<dir> put under version control
+
+ and will create both a matching directory in the Repository and a
+ ./CVS administrative directory within the local <dir> directory.
+@@ -7541,7 +7541,7 @@
+ available on Sun, HP, SGI and OSF/1 platforms.
+
+ ClearCase uses a special Unix filesystem type, called "mvfs" for
+- "multi-version file system". Conceptually, mvfs adds another dimension
++ "multi-version filesystem". Conceptually, mvfs adds another dimension
+ to a regular Unix filesystem. The new axis is used to store the
+ different versions of files and to provide a tree-hierarchical view of
+ a collection of objects that might be scattered across any number of
+@@ -7644,7 +7644,7 @@
+
+ Shapetools includes a build mechanism (called Shape, not surprisingly)
+ that is aware of the version mechanism, and some dependency tracking.
+- It is based on a file system extension called Attributed File System,
++ It is based on a filesystem extension called Attributed Filesystem,
+ which allows arbitrary-sized "attributes" to be associated with a
+ file. Files are version controlled in a manner similar to RCS.
+ Configurations are managed through the Shapefile, an extension of the
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/MINOR-BUGS
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/MINOR-BUGS
+@@ -59,3 +59,15 @@
+ belong under the "checkout" function? Perhaps it is more logically
+ grouped with the "history" function or we should create a new "info"
+ function?
++
++
++Note that it is the opinion of the MirBSD founder that the CVSROOT
++environment variable ought to *never* be set at all. This prevents
++a lot of trouble. Almost all CVS tutorials stating otherwise (or
++recommending pserver) are perceived bogus.
++
++"cvs annotate -b" does not do what people would expect, I think,
++but neither does it do that under MidnightBSD/DragonFly, where
++it came from.
++
++$MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/MINOR-BUGS,v 1.5 2016/11/08 23:04:31 tg Exp $
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/NEWS
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/NEWS
+@@ -1,3 +1,11 @@
++Changes since 1.12.13:
++**********************
++
++* many which are only documented in MirBSD CVS
++
++* A new command line option, --allow-root-regexp, was added which allows
++ acceptable repositories to be specified using a list of regular expressions.
++
+ Changes since 1.12.12:
+ **********************
+
+@@ -669,7 +677,7 @@
+ from the server.
+
+ * The configure script now tests whether it is building CVS on a case
+- insensitive file system. If it is, CVS assumes that all file systems on this
++ insensitive filesystem. If it is, CVS assumes that all filesystems on this
+ platform will be case insensitive. This is useful for getting the case
+ insensitivity flag set correctly when compiling on Mac OS X and under Cygwin
+ on Windows. Autodetection can be overridden using the
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/TODO
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/TODO
+@@ -33,14 +33,14 @@
+ 66. Length of the CVS temporary files must be limited to 14 characters for
+ System-V stupid support. As well as the length on the CVS.adm files.
+
+-72. Consider re-design of the module -t options to use the file system more
++72. Consider re-design of the module -t options to use the filesystem more
+ intuitively.
+
+ 73. Consider an option (in .cvsrc?) to automatically add files that are new
+ and specified to commit.
+
+ 79. Might be nice to have some sort of interface to Sun's Translucent
+- (?) File System and tagged revisions.
++ (?) filesystem and tagged revisions.
+
+ 82. Maybe the import stuff should allow an arbitrary revision to be
+ specified.
+@@ -215,7 +215,7 @@
+ machine or directory. But there are other cases, like where the
+ user might want to change from :pserver: to :ext:, use a different
+ server (if there are two server machines which share the
+- repository using a networked file system), etc.
++ repository using a networked filesystem), etc.
+
+ The status quo is a bit of a mess (as of, say, CVS 1.9). It is
+ that the -d global option has two moderately different uses. One
+@@ -334,7 +334,7 @@
+
+ 165. The "import" command will create RCS files automatically, but will
+ screw-up when trying to create long file names on short file name
+- file systems. Perhaps import should be a bit more cautious.
++ filesystems. Perhaps import should be a bit more cautious.
+
+ 166. There really needs to be a "Getting Started" document which describes
+ some of the new CVS philosophies. Folks coming straight from SCCS or
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/configure.in
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/configure.in
+@@ -4,6 +4,8 @@
+ [Copyright (C) 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995,
+ 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
+ Free Software Foundation, Inc.
++Copyright (c) 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017
++ mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
+
+ This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+@@ -15,11 +17,12 @@
+ MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+ GNU General Public License for more details.])
+
+-AC_INIT([Concurrent Versions System (CVS)],[1.12.13],
+- [bug-cvs@nongnu.org],[cvs])
++AC_INIT([Concurrent Versions System (CVS)],[1.12.13-MirDebian-25],
++ [miros-discuss@mirbsd.org],[cvs])
+ AC_CONFIG_SRCDIR(src/cvs.h)
+ AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR(build-aux)
+ AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([gnu 1.9.2 dist-bzip2 no-define])
++AM_GNU_GETTEXT_VERSION([0.14.4])
+ AC_PREREQ(2.59)
+
+ AC_PREFIX_PROGRAM(cvs)
+@@ -155,6 +158,8 @@
+ AC_CHECK_HEADERS(\
+ direct.h \
+ fcntl.h \
++ getopt.h \
++ inttypes.h \
+ io.h \
+ memory.h \
+ ndbm.h \
+@@ -162,11 +167,14 @@
+ syslog.h \
+ sys/bsdtypes.h \
+ sys/file.h \
++ sys/inttypes.h \
+ sys/param.h \
+ sys/resource.h \
+ sys/select.h \
+ unistd.h \
+- utime.h\
++ utime.h \
++ wctype.h \
++ zlib.h \
+ )
+ AC_HEADER_STAT
+
+@@ -180,6 +188,8 @@
+ AC_CHECK_MEMBERS([struct stat.st_rdev])
+
+ AC_FUNC_FSEEKO
++AC_FUNC_ALLOCA
++AC_CHECK_FUNCS([fseeko])
+ if test $ac_cv_func_fseeko = no; then
+ AC_LIBOBJ(fseeko)
+ AC_LIBOBJ(ftello)
+@@ -1207,7 +1217,7 @@
+ [case-sensitivity],
+ AC_HELP_STRING(
+ [--enable-case-sensitivity],
+- [Force CVS to expect a case sensitive file system. Enabling this on a case
++ [Force CVS to expect a case sensitive filesystem. Enabling this on a case
+ insensitive system should have little effect on the server or client
+ operation, though client users may ocassionally be suprised that the CVS
+ server appears to be case sensitive. Disabling this for a case sensitive
+@@ -1216,7 +1226,7 @@
+ Disabling this for a case sensitive client will cause the client to ask
+ servers to behave case insensitively, which could cause confusion for
+ users, but also probably no real harm. (default autoselects based on the
+- case sensitivity of the file system containing the current working
++ case sensitivity of the filesystem containing the current working
+ directory)]),
+ [case "$enable_case_sensitivity" in
+ yes | no | auto) ;;
+@@ -1227,7 +1237,7 @@
+ [enable_case_sensitivity=auto])
+
+ acx_forced=' (forced)'
+-AC_MSG_CHECKING([for a case sensitive file system])
++AC_MSG_CHECKING([for a case sensitive filesystem])
+ if test $enable_case_sensitivity = auto; then
+ dnl
+ dnl Check for a case insensitive filesystem, like Mac OS X and Windows have.
+@@ -1249,7 +1259,7 @@
+ if test $enable_case_sensitivity = no; then
+ AC_DEFINE([FILENAMES_CASE_INSENSITIVE], [1],
+ [Define if this executable will be running on case insensitive
+- file systems. In the client case, this means that it will request
++ filesystems. In the client case, this means that it will request
+ that the server pretend to be case insensitive if it isn't
+ already.])
+ dnl Compile fncase.c (containing fncase() & fncmp()) to handle file name
+@@ -1444,7 +1454,7 @@
+ [config-override],
+ AC_HELP_STRING(
+ [--enable-config-override],
+- [Set to a comma-seperated list of paths to directories (designated by
++ [Set to a comma-separated list of paths to directories (designated by
+ trailing `/') and files, specifies the path prefixes (for directories) and
+ paths to files the CVS server commands will allow configuration to be read
+ from. Specify `--enable-config-override=no' to disable config file
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/contrib/cvs_acls.html
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/contrib/cvs_acls.html
+@@ -280,7 +280,7 @@
+ <p>A final note about the repository matching pattern. The example above
+ uses ``ALL'' but note that this means that the cvs_acls script will run
+ for each and every commit in your repository. Obviously, in a large
+-repository this adds up to a lot of overhead that may not be necesary.
++repository this adds up to a lot of overhead that may not be necessary.
+ A better strategy is to use a repository pattern that is more specific
+ to the areas that you wish to secure.</p>
+ <p>3. Install this file as $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/cvs_acls and make it executable.</p>
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/contrib/cvs_acls.in
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/contrib/cvs_acls.in
+@@ -309,7 +309,7 @@
+ A final note about the repository matching pattern. The example above
+ uses "ALL" but note that this means that the cvs_acls script will run
+ for each and every commit in your repository. Obviously, in a large
+-repository this adds up to a lot of overhead that may not be necesary.
++repository this adds up to a lot of overhead that may not be necessary.
+ A better strategy is to use a repository pattern that is more specific
+ to the areas that you wish to secure.
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/contrib/rcs2log.1
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/contrib/rcs2log.1
+@@ -1,3 +1,4 @@
++.\" $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/contrib/rcs2log.1,v 1.2 2011/05/06 22:44:59 tg Exp $
+ .\"
+ .\" Copyright 1992, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ .\"
+@@ -25,17 +26,17 @@
+ .Sh SYNOPSIS
+ .Nm rcs2log
+ .Bk -words
++.Op Fl nRv
+ .Op Fl c Ar changelog
+ .Op Fl h Ar hostname
+ .Op Fl i Ar indent
+ .Op Fl l Ar length
+-.Op Fl R
++.Op Fl L Ar file
+ .Op Fl r Ar option
+ .Op Fl t Ar tabwidth
+ .Op Fl u Ar login<TAB>fullname<TAB>mailaddr
+-.Op Fl v
+-.Op Fl -help
+-.Op Fl -version
++.Op Fl \-help
++.Op Fl \-version
+ .Op Ar file ...
+ .Ek
+ .Sh DESCRIPTION
+@@ -62,6 +63,14 @@
+ Try to limit log lines to
+ .Ar length
+ characters (default 79).
++.It Fl L Ar file
++Use rlog-format
++.Ar file
++for source of logs.
++.It Fl n
++Obsolete, use
++.Fl u
++instead (whose syntax differs).
+ .It Fl R
+ If no
+ .Ar file Ns Li (s)
+@@ -83,9 +92,9 @@
+ .Ar mailaddr .
+ .It Fl v
+ Append RCS revision to file names in log lines.
+-.It Fl -help
++.It Fl \-help
+ Output help.
+-.It Fl -version
++.It Fl \-version
+ Output version number.
+ .El
+ .Sh SEE ALSO
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/contrib/rcs2log.sh
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/contrib/rcs2log.sh
+@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
+ #! /bin/sh
++# $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/contrib/rcs2log.sh,v 1.6 2011/05/06 22:44:59 tg Exp $
+
+ # Copyright (C) 1995-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+@@ -31,6 +32,7 @@
+ -i INDENT Indent change log lines by INDENT spaces (default 8).
+ -l LENGTH Try to limit log lines to LENGTH characters (default 79).
+ -L FILE Use rlog-format FILE for source of logs.
++ -n Obsolete, use -u instead (whose syntax differs).
+ -R If no FILEs are given and RCS is used, recurse through working directory.
+ -r OPTION Pass OPTION to subsidiary log command.
+ -t TABWIDTH Tab stops are every TABWIDTH characters (default 8).
+@@ -199,7 +201,7 @@
+ m[9]="Oct"; m[10]="Nov"; m[11]="Dec"
+ '
+
+-logdir=`$MKTEMP -d $TMPDIR/rcs2log.XXXXXX`
++logdir=$($MKTEMP -d $TMPDIR/rcs2log.XXXXXXXXXX)
+ test -n "$logdir" || exit
+ llogout=$logdir/l
+ trap exit 1 2 13 15
+@@ -632,7 +634,7 @@
+ # Sort the log entries, first by date+time (in reverse order),
+ # then by author, then by log entry, and finally by file name and revision
+ # (just in case).
+-sort -t"$SOH" +2 -4r +4 +0 |
++sort -t"$SOH" -k 3,4r -k 5 -k 1 |
+
+ # Finally, reformat the sorted log entries.
+ $AWK -F"$SOH" '
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/contrib/sccs2rcs.in
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/contrib/sccs2rcs.in
+@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
+ #! @CSH@ -f
++# $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/contrib/sccs2rcs.in,v 1.2 2011/05/06 21:50:27 tg Exp $
+
+ # Copyright (C) 1995-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+@@ -219,7 +220,7 @@
+ # we expected in the output we have other problems.
+ # Note: Solaris awk does not like the following line. Use gawk
+ # mawk, or nawk instead.
+- set date = `sccs prs -r$rev $file | @AWK@ '/^D / {print (substr($3,0,2)+0<70?20:19) $3, $4; exit}'`
++ set date = `sccs prs -r$rev $file | @AWK@ '/^D / {print (substr($3,1,2)+0<70?20:19) $3, $4; exit}'`
+ set author = `sccs prs -r$rev $file | @AWK@ '/^D / {print $5; exit}'`
+ echo ""
+ echo "==> file $file, rev=$rev, date=$date, author=$author"
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/NEWS
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/NEWS
+@@ -0,0 +1,88 @@
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-23) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ Starting from this version, environment variables that are
++ defined but empty are handled the same as undefined ones,
++ except CVSREAD and CVSREADONLYFS (whose mere presence in
++ the environment enables the functionality).
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Fri, 28 Apr 2017 19:10:30 +0200
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-22) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ Newly created repositories (from “cvs init”) now rely on
++ CVSUMASK for the permissions of the “history” and “val-tags”
++ files instead of creating them as world-writable.
++
++ Newly created repositories contain a LogHistory configuration
++ setting to only record write operations in the “history” file.
++
++ If you are used to the previous behaviour, you can restore it
++ by altering (or removing, in which case the (commented-out)
++ default of logging everything will be used) the LogHistory
++ configuration setting and changing the permissions on the
++ “history” and “val-tags” files so that every user can write
++ into them.
++
++ If you did not deliberately open your repository to all users
++ on your system, you might wish to change all existing repos
++ to this behaviour. To do this, check out the CVSROOT module,
++ edit the “config” file adding “LogHistory=TMAR”, check that
++ change in, release the CVSROOT module, and chmod the “history”
++ and “val-tags” files to either 0664 (if all users in the same
++ group should be able to commit) or 0644 (if only you wish to
++ commit), possibly 0660 or 0600 is non-committers should also
++ be denied reading.
++
++ Contact me (mirabilos) in #cvs on irc.freenode.net if you have
++ any questions about this change or require further support.
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Tue, 28 Mar 2017 19:54:01 +0200
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-7) unstable; urgency=high
++
++ rcs2log no longer lives in the PATH, the contributed script
++ and its manpage are in /usr/share/cvs/contrib/rcs2log now.
++
++ Some contrib files (and their documentation) are no longer
++ shipped with the binary package (antique, insecure, useless).
++
++ -rHEAD in "cvs diff" now, consistently with all other cvs
++ subcommands, means "tip of the trunk (MAIN branch)"; to
++ access the tip of the another branch, use its name; as a
++ compatibility aid, -r.bhead (only in diff) points to the
++ tip of the sticky branch.
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sun, 04 Dec 2011 20:10:09 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-5) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ This cvs package is a totally new packaging and has almost
++ nothing in common with what was in Debian before. The most
++ visible changes are outlined below:
++
++ pserver is no longer officially supported; the cvs package
++ does not install any service, inetd, or something similar.
++ If you want to set up a CVS server, use SSH, as shown in:
++ * http://www.stremler.net/Code/cvs_tricks/cvs-over-ssh.html
++ * http://www.stremler.net/Code/cvs_tricks/cvs-over-ssh-advanced.html
++ * http://www.stremler.net/Code/cvs_tricks/cvs-over-ssh-advanced2.html
++
++ Consequentially, PAM is also no longer supported, and this
++ package does not set up or manage any repositories; that's
++ the system administrator's job now.
++
++ For running "cvs admin" tasks the user must be a member of
++ the new "_cvsadmin" system group, or the repository be set
++ up (UserAdminOptions in CVSROOT/config) to allow everyone.
++
++ The date format for $Id$ and similar in checkouts has been
++ switched back from ISO 8601 to the standard RCS format, to
++ keep checksums over checkouts/exports consistent. This, as
++ well as the fact that only the :local: and :extssh: access
++ methods are officially supported, is not negotiable.
++
++ Please direct feature requests upstream, not to the BTS. I
++ do quite an amount of hacking CVS, but prefer to care only
++ about the packaging bits with "full power" in Debian.
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sat, 11 Jun 2011 05:01:49 +0000
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/changelog
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/changelog
+@@ -0,0 +1,294 @@
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-26) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * Policy 4.1.3 (no changes)
++ * Debhelper 11, prompted by lintian…
++ * Update VCS-* to new repository caused by Alioth deprecation
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Fri, 05 Jan 2018 20:06:42 +0100
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-25) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * Update from MirBSD (0AB8.4)
++ - support LOGM response
++ * Policy 4.1.1 (no changes)
++ * Use “?=” in debian/rules for dpkg-architecture fields (lintian)
++ * Update watch file
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sun, 19 Nov 2017 18:10:56 +0100
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-24) unstable; urgency=high
++
++ * Update from MirBSD
++ - fix for CVE-2017-12836 (Closes: #871810)
++ - more robust $CVSROOT parsing
++ * Policy 4.0.1
++ - add nodoc build option
++ ‣ I’m unclear on how this mixes with build profiles and/or
++ Build-Depends exclusion; should I exclude ghostscript,
++ groff, texinfo, texlive-* with <!nodocs> now, or are
++ DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nodoc and the profile independent of
++ each other? Info and patches welcome.
++ * Drop explicit (thus redundant) autotools-dev B-D (lintian)
++ * Update lintian overrides
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sat, 12 Aug 2017 22:18:41 +0200
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-23) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * Improve documentation:
++ - on CVSREADONLYFS
++ - regarding the formerly world-writable files
++ - fix typos, thanks lintian
++ * Remove testsuite logfiles on clean properly
++ * With most environment variables, handle them being defined but
++ empty as undefined, not enabled (fixes the testsuite creating
++ spurious ~/.in and ~/.out files); exceptions:
++ - CVS_PASSWORD (just triggers an error, as previously)
++ - CVSREAD, CVSREADONLYFS (mere presence enables them)
++ Note this in the Debian NEWS file
++ * Fix some spelling in the/and comments
++ * Emit better errors when multiple LogHistory config options occur
++ * Fix some corner cases in the testsuite
++ * Repair the noredirect-writeproxy testsuite mode
++ * Apply the OpenBSD patch for flowcontrol with fast HDD and slow network
++ * Override a false positive lintian warning
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Fri, 28 Apr 2017 21:33:27 +0200
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-22) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * cvs init: Change default history logging configuration
++ to only log write operations by adding “LogHistory=TMAR”
++ * Testsuite: Alter to cope with this explicit option
++ * cvs init: Rely on CVSUMASK for history and val-tags files
++ in newly created repositories (Closes: #858769)
++ * Add a NEWS.Debian entry verbosely documenting this change
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Tue, 28 Mar 2017 20:01:39 +0200
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-21) unstable; urgency=medium
++
++ [ Sylvain Beucler ]
++ * Add --allow-root-regexp option, for Savannah
++
++ [ Thorsten Glaser ]
++ * Always add --build=/--host= to avoid config.guess being too smart
++ * Fix testsuite for --allow-root-regexp in the “deny” case
++ * Some minor documentation fixes (wording and formatting)
++ * Remove unnecessary autopoint from Build-Depends; optimise them
++ * Harmonise PDF version 1.4 across all generated PDFs
++ * Generate all PDFs using the PA4 paper size (prints on Letter and A4)
++ * Disable parallel build because the testsuite is not safe
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Mon, 09 Jan 2017 23:19:38 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-20) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * Do not spew into syslog when 'cvs pserver' is called from a tty
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Wed, 09 Nov 2016 04:17:18 +0100
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-19) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * Update from MirBSD CVS:
++ - Fix some spelling mistakes
++ - Greatly improve the manpage introduction (even going so far
++ as to add a “how not to be totally lost in info” section)
++ - Improve documentation cross-references
++ - Apply TCP_NODELAY patch from CVS mailing list
++ * Switch (experimentally) to debhelper compat 10
++ * Enhances cvs2svn (>= 2.4.0-4~) as it’s added relevant patches
++ * Make cross-buildable (Closes: #842847)
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Tue, 08 Nov 2016 23:22:39 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-18) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ [ esr ]
++ * Correct a bug in the manpage
++
++ [ Sergei Trofimovich ]
++ * Fix a memory leak
++
++ [ Thorsten Glaser ]
++ * Several sanity and getdate fixes
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sun, 23 Oct 2016 00:34:10 +0200
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-17) unstable; urgency=medium
++
++ * Fix a use-after-free bug
++ * Correctly use autoconf to detect long double
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sat, 22 Oct 2016 05:42:39 +0200
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-16) unstable; urgency=medium
++
++ * Take back the package (Closes: #764397)
++ * Fix typo in changelog entry for cvs (2:1.12.13+real-9) and others
++ * Bump Policy; no changes
++ * Update code with bugfixes from MirBSD 0AB7.2 (Closes: #839669)
++ * Actually use correct getdate implementation
++ * groff now needs an explicit ghostscript dependency for ps2pdf
++ * Remove stuff unnecessary with dh-autoreconf
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sat, 22 Oct 2016 02:58:34 +0200
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-15) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * QA upload.
++ * Orphan the package.
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Tue, 07 Oct 2014 17:58:58 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-14) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * debian/control: Move VCS-* fields to Alioth collab-maint git
++ * Remove now-useless RCS IDs
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Tue, 08 Jul 2014 16:10:54 +0200
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-12) unstable; urgency=medium
++
++ * Add texlive-fonts-recommended B-D (thanks Norbert Preining)
++ to fix FTBFS in sid (thanks Daniel Schepler) (Closes: #739138)
++ * Policy 3.9.5 (no changes AFAICT)
++ * Check distfile with upstream signing key (thanks lintian)
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sun, 16 Feb 2014 14:07:36 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-11) unstable; urgency=medium
++
++ * Add workaround for eglibc crypt(3) returning NULL
++ * If DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS contains “sanity” run testsuite after build
++ * Drop obsolete texi2html B-D (thanks lintian) that was unused anyway
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Thu, 18 Jul 2013 21:52:12 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-10) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ [ Daniel Schepler ]
++ * Use dh-autoreconf to regenerate configure script and avoid unnecessary
++ compilation of mktime.c, which doesn't work on x32 as is.
++ * Add texlive-latex-recommended to fix just another FTBFS
++
++ [ Thorsten Glaser ]
++ * Do not compress *.pdf files (cf. #704093)
++ * Allow root to commit
++ * Policy 3.9.4
++ * Make cvs.texinfo compatible with newer makeinfo (Closes: #711298)
++ * Actually use a fixed mktime.m4 (Closes: #698908)
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Wed, 26 Jun 2013 19:40:39 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-9) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * Fix watch file: mangle Epoch away, too
++ * Remove old conffile /etc/pam.d/cvs (Closes: #669957)
++ * Policy 3.9.3 (no changes)
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sun, 22 Apr 2012 15:10:16 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-8) unstable; urgency=high
++
++ * Brown paper bag change: sanity.sh (the testsuite) was corrupted
++ during checkout of the packaging VCS in the -7 (all PASS again)
++ * Bonus change: use hardening build flags; fix resulting warnings
++ * Urgency due to riding on the previous upload’s security fix
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Tue, 07 Feb 2012 20:39:42 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-7) unstable; urgency=high
++
++ * Drop unsafe scripts from contrib, add NEWS entry for that
++ (Closes: #658947)
++ * debian/rules: cleanup (remove install/check, dh_installdirs;
++ switch to dh_prep if extant)
++ * Use -Wl,--as-needed for the link to appease dpkg-shlibdebs
++ * Update maintainer scripts from template jupp (better comments)
++ * Drop csh-using contrib script from package, with NEWS entry
++ * Demote rcs2log(1) to contrib, add NEWS entry
++ * Stop shipping a patch to rcs(1) with the binary package, ffs
++ * Don’t ship cvshelp.man either, it’s antiquated and not useful
++ * Fix meaning of -rHEAD for the diff subcommand (with NEWS entry)
++ * Make the testsuite again usable (full PASS)
++ * Apply suggested patch for CVE-2012-0804 from Petr Pisar
++ * Update lintian overrides
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Tue, 07 Feb 2012 18:01:44 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-6) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * d/watch: mangle the +real away until 1.12.14 is out,
++ as this is an artefact from the old (epoch 1) packaging
++ * Demote mksh to Suggests, recommended (hah!) by many
++ (Closes: #631110) (merges back
++ 2:1.12.13+real-5debianderivatethatcannotbenamed1)
++ * Honour Policy §11.4; fix by YOSHINO Yoshihito (Closes: #631936)
++ * Use upstream-source-in-CVS packaging, clean up
++ * d/rules: Add build-{arch,indep} targets as aliases to build
++ * Bring d/copyright more in sync with this distfile’s reality
++ * d/control: Reword package description. (Closes: #631826)
++ * If sleeping at exit, sleep another 20 ms (2 HZ), to avoid
++ possible race conditions. (Should work around LP: #12230)
++ * Update in sync with MirPorts 1.12.13-12 = MirOS BSD 0AAF.1
++ * Stop installing cvsbug(8), use reportbug instead
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Thu, 28 Jul 2011 16:02:02 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-5) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * Drop PAM entirely, it was specific to Debian anyway
++ * Add cvs-switchroot, from src/scripts/mnt-cvsroot (Closes: #41685)
++ * Drop some old and irrelevant changelogs from the binary package
++ * Update from MirPorts 1.12.13-11 = MirOS BSD 0AAE.2
++ * Revert most of 65_login_cvspass_message and just be silent if the
++ pserver client password file doesn't exist and create it silently
++ if needed (Closes: #524146)
++ * Honour noexec flag in 'cvs -n init' (Closes: #151982)
++ * Sync modules option list with cederqvist (Closes: #226888)
++ * Apply patch for assert on negated version numbers on diff
++ (Closes: #297551)
++ From: Peter Moulder <Peter.Moulder@infotech.monash.edu.au>
++ * Change cvs add dir message (Closes: #294094)
++ * Accept port when using extssh connection method (Closes: #151882)
++ * Write a new command for direct ,v file download (Closes: #421119)
++ * Drop broken libbsd.fd.o headers and shut up gcc 4.6 warnings
++ * Fix piuparts breakage: ignore delgroup non-existence on purge
++ * Deliver a NEWS.Debian (Closes: #626106)
++ * d/README.source: Update, call to automake is now also needed
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sat, 11 Jun 2011 05:32:56 +0000
++
++cvs (2:1.12.13+real-4) unstable; urgency=low
++
++ * Renamed .orig.tar.gz due to archive pathname conflict
++ * d/README.source: Document patch location (VCS-CVS, VCS-Browser alike)
++ * New build from MirPorts 1.12.13-10 = MirOS BSD 0AAE.1
++ - Contains changes from cvs
++ (1:1.12.13-12debianderivatethatcannotbenamed1):
++ + Apply fix from Kees Cook to avoid %n in writable memory (LP: #296453)
++ - Other BTS relevant changes:
++ + Allow CVSROOT-less “version” (LP: #97683) and “cvs version”
++ + Update loginfo documentation, ‘%{t}’ is indeed gone (Closes: #329151)
++ + Lower syslog level from emergency (Closes: #563856)
++ + Fix awk substr start argument, thanks John Hughes (Closes: #518600)
++ + Rename nodes with colons in them (Closes: #113809)
++ + Fix typo (Closes: #464137)
++ + Document missing rcs2log(1) options (Closes: #306354) and fix dashes
++ * Upload new package to Debian unstable (Closes: #306432)
++ (Closes: #458864) (Closes: #464134) (Closes: #479752)
++ (Closes: #576035) (Closes: #614700) (Closes: #617578)
++ - Drop PAM (Closes: #340984) (Closes: #393436)
++ - No longer installs repositories (Closes: #168300)
++ (Closes: #408117) (Closes: #482301) (Closes: #499790)
++ (Closes: #511643) (Closes: #607297)
++ - Deprecate pserver (Closes: #343169) (Closes: #495938)
++ - Drop Origin and Bugs headers again (upload to Debian proper)
++ and old (pre-Debian upload) private repo changelog entries
++ - Thank you, Steve, for handing over package maintainership!
++ * Clarify package description (LP: #377411)
++ * Build with Kerberos V support (Closes: #60800) (LP: #157760)
++ * Recommends: openssh-client; Suggests: rcs
++
++ -- Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> Sat, 07 May 2011 01:00:39 +0000
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/compat
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/compat
+@@ -0,0 +1 @@
++11
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/control
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/control
+@@ -0,0 +1,41 @@
++Source: cvs
++Section: vcs
++Priority: optional
++Maintainer: Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de>
++Homepage: http://www.nongnu.org/cvs/
++Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 11), bsdmainutils,
++ ghostscript, groff, libbsd-dev, libkrb5-dev | heimdal-dev, procps,
++ texinfo, texlive-latex-recommended, texlive-fonts-recommended, zlib1g-dev
++Standards-Version: 4.1.3
++VCS-git: https://evolvis.org/anonscm/git/alioth/cvs.git -b master
++VCS-Browser: https://evolvis.org/plugins/scmgit/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=alioth/cvs.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/master
++
++Package: cvs
++Architecture: any
++Multi-Arch: foreign
++Depends: ${misc:Depends}, ${shlibs:Depends}, adduser,
++ dpkg (>= 1.15.4) | install-info
++Recommends: openssh-client
++Suggests: mksh (>= 40~), rcs
++Enhances: rcs, cvs2svn (>= 2.4.0-4~)
++Replaces: cvs-doc
++Conflicts: cvs-doc
++Provides: cvs-doc
++Description: Concurrent Versions System
++ CVS is a version control system, which allows you to keep access
++ to old versions of files (usually source code), keep a log of
++ who, when, and why changes occurred, etc., like RCS or SCCS.
++ It handles multiple developers, multiple directories, triggers to
++ enable/log/control various operations, and can work over a wide
++ area network. The texinfo manual provides further information on
++ more tasks that it can perform.
++ .
++ There are some tasks that are not covered by CVS. They can be done in
++ conjunction with CVS but will tend to require some script-writing and
++ software other than CVS. These tasks are bug-tracking, build management
++ (that is, make and make-like tools), and automated testing. However,
++ CVS makes these tasks easier.
++ .
++ This package contains a CVS binary which can act as both client and
++ server, although there is no CVS dæmon; to access remote repositories,
++ please use :extssh: not :pserver: any more.
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/copyright
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/copyright
+@@ -0,0 +1,117 @@
++This package was debianised by Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.de> on
++Wed Sep 15 21:52:29 UTC 2010.
++
++It was downloaded from:
++http://ftp.gnu.org/non-gnu/cvs/source/feature/1.12.13/cvs-1.12.13.tar.gz
++
++
++GNU CVS itself is Copyright © 1986-2005
++ The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
++with portions contributed by others.
++
++It is licenced under the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later,
++with a good part available under either GPLv1 or LGPLv2.x. On Debian sy‐
++stems the licence can be found at: /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-2
++
++Parts of the code are covered by the following GPL-compatible copyright:
++
++ * Copyright (c) 1993 Bob Withers
++ * All Rights Reserved
++ *
++ * Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and
++ * its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted
++ * provided that the above copyright notice appears in all copies and
++ * that both the copyright notice and this permission notice appear in
++ * supporting documentation.
++
++One header file, which almost certainly does not fall under copyright
++law, is covered by the four-clause UCB licence, however in 1999 the
++advertising clause was rescinded, so it’s GPL compatible now:
++
++ * Copyright (c) 1989 The Regents of the University of California.
++ * All rights reserved.
++ *
++ * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
++ * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
++ * are met:
++ * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
++ * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
++ * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
++ * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
++ * documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
++ * 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
++ * must display the following acknowledgement:
++ * This product includes software developed by the University of
++ * California, Berkeley and its contributors.
++ * 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors
++ * may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
++ * without specific prior written permission.
++ *
++ * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
++ * ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
++ * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
++ * ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
++ * FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
++ * DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
++ * OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
++ * HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
++ * LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
++ * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
++ * SUCH DAMAGE.
++
++Parts and the packaging are covered by the following GPL-compatible licence:
++
++# Copyright © 2005, 2008, 2011, 2017
++# mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
++#
++# Provided that these terms and disclaimer and all copyright notices
++# are retained or reproduced in an accompanying document, permission
++# is granted to deal in this work without restriction, including un‐
++# limited rights to use, publicly perform, distribute, sell, modify,
++# merge, give away, or sublicence.
++#
++# This work is provided “AS IS” and WITHOUT WARRANTY of any kind, to
++# the utmost extent permitted by applicable law, neither express nor
++# implied; without malicious intent or gross negligence. In no event
++# may a licensor, author or contributor be held liable for indirect,
++# direct, other damage, loss, or other issues arising in any way out
++# of dealing in the work, even if advised of the possibility of such
++# damage or existence of a defect, except proven that it results out
++# of said person’s immediate fault when using the work as intended.
++
++CVS also includes a convenience copy of zlib which is not used;
++it’s covered by these (GPL-compatible) terms:
++
++ Copyright (C) 1995-2005 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler
++
++ This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied
++ warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages
++ arising from the use of this software.
++
++ Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose,
++ including commercial applications, and to alter it and redistribute it
++ freely, subject to the following restrictions:
++
++ 1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must not
++ claim that you wrote the original software. If you use this software
++ in a product, an acknowledgment in the product documentation would be
++ appreciated but is not required.
++ 2. Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such, and must not be
++ misrepresented as being the original software.
++ 3. This notice may not be removed or altered from any source distribution.
++
++zlib, again, contains contributed material under terms as those:
++
++ * Copyright (c) 1997
++ * Christian Michelsen Research AS
++ * Advanced Computing
++ * Fantoftvegen 38, 5036 BERGEN, Norway
++ * http://www.cmr.no
++ *
++ * Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this software
++ * and its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee,
++ * provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and
++ * that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear
++ * in supporting documentation. Christian Michelsen Research AS makes no
++ * representations about the suitability of this software for any
++ * purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/cvs-switchroot
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/cvs-switchroot
+@@ -0,0 +1,99 @@
++#!/bin/mksh
++# $MirOS: src/scripts/mnt-cvsroot,v 1.19 2016/10/21 21:09:59 tg Exp $
++#-
++# Copyright © 2005, 2008, 2011
++# mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
++#
++# Provided that these terms and disclaimer and all copyright notices
++# are retained or reproduced in an accompanying document, permission
++# is granted to deal in this work without restriction, including un‐
++# limited rights to use, publicly perform, distribute, sell, modify,
++# merge, give away, or sublicence.
++#
++# This work is provided “AS IS” and WITHOUT WARRANTY of any kind, to
++# the utmost extent permitted by applicable law, neither express nor
++# implied; without malicious intent or gross negligence. In no event
++# may a licensor, author or contributor be held liable for indirect,
++# direct, other damage, loss, or other issues arising in any way out
++# of dealing in the work, even if advised of the possibility of such
++# damage or existence of a defect, except proven that it results out
++# of said person’s immediate fault when using the work as intended.
++#-
++# Change CVSROOT of a checked out tree (and save space with it)
++# With option -T: change Tag instead of Root
++
++me=${0##*/}
++function die {
++ print -ru2 -- "$me: $*"
++ exit 1
++}
++
++if [[ $1 = -T ]]; then
++ tagmode=-T
++ fn=Tag
++ shift
++else
++ tagmode=
++ fn=Root
++fi
++newroot=$1
++useroot=0
++if [[ $newroot = - ]]; then
++ shift
++ newroot=$(realpath "$1")
++ [[ -d $newroot ]] && if [[ -d $newroot/CVS ]]; then
++ newroot=$newroot/CVS/$fn
++ else
++ newroot=$newroot/$fn
++ fi
++ useroot=1
++fi
++if [[ -z $newroot || $newroot = -? ]]; then
++ print -u2 "Syntax: $me newroot [dir [...]]"
++ print -u2 "\t$me - .../CVS/Root [dir [...]]"
++ print -u2 "\t$me -T - .../CVS/Tag [dir [...]]"
++ exit 1
++fi
++shift
++
++[[ -n $1 ]] || set -- .
++
++# realpath(2)ise arguments
++set -A arg
++i=0
++for name in "$@"; do
++ arg[i++]=$(realpath "$name")
++done
++
++T="$(mktemp ${arg[0]}/$me.XXXXXXXXXX)" || die fatal: cannot mktemp
++
++if (( useroot )); then
++ rm -f "$T"
++ ln "$newroot" "$T" || cp "$newroot" "$T" || \
++ die "fatal: cannot copy '$newroot' to temporary '$T'"
++fi
++
++trap 'rm -f "$T"; exit 0' 0
++trap 'rm -f "$T"; trap - EXIT; exit 1' 1 2 3 5 13 15
++
++if (( !useroot )); then
++ chmod 664 "$T"
++ print -r -- "$newroot" >"$T"
++fi
++
++let rv=0
++find "${arg[@]}" -path \*/CVS/$fn -print0 |&
++while IFS= read -d '' -pr name; do
++ rm "$name" || die "error: cannot rm <$name>"
++ ln -f "$T" "$name" || if ! U="$(mktemp ${arg[0]}/$me.XXXXXXXXXX)"; then
++ cp "$T" "$name"
++ elif cat "$T" >"$U" && ln -f "$U" "$name"; then
++ rm -f "$T"
++ T="$U"
++ else
++ rm -f "$U"
++ cp "$T" "$name"
++ fi
++done
++
++exit 0
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/cvs-switchroot.1
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/cvs-switchroot.1
+@@ -0,0 +1,76 @@
++.Dd June 10, 2011
++.Dt CVS\-SWITCHROOT 1
++.Os
++.Sh NAME
++.Nm cvs\-switchroot
++.Nd change repository or tag in a cvs working copy
++.Sh SYNOPSIS
++.Nm
++.Op Fl T
++.Ar newroot
++.Op Ar
++.Pp
++.Nm
++.Op Fl T
++\-\&
++.Ar srcpath
++.Op Ar
++.Sh DESCRIPTION
++The
++.Nm
++utility manipulates a CVS working copy directly,
++modifying the information stored in the administrative
++subdirectory and saving space by hardlinking if possible.
++.Pp
++If the
++.Fl T
++option is given, the sticky tag is operated on,
++otherwise, the repository path
++.Pq Ev CVSROOT .
++.Pp
++The information (Tag or Root) is set to the same as in
++.Ar srcpath
++if the first non-option argument
++.Ar newroot
++is a sole dash
++.Pq Sq \-\& ,
++the literal value
++.Ar newroot
++otherwise.
++.Sh EXAMPLES
++Change all
++.Pa Root
++information in the current sandbox to
++.Pa /cvs :
++.Bd -literal -offset ident
++$ cvs-switchroot /cvs .
++.Ed
++.Pp
++Set all roots in the current working directory and all
++its subdirectories to the
++.Pa Root
++of the parent directory:
++.Bd -literal -offset ident
++$ cvs-switchroot \- .. .
++.Ed
++.Pp
++Hardlink the
++.Pa Tag
++information in the current working directory, for example
++.Pa /usr/src ,
++and
++.Pa /usr/ports
++with each other:
++.Bd -literal -offset ident
++$ cvs-switchroot \-T \- . . /usr/ports
++.Ed
++.Sh SEE ALSO
++.Xr cvs 1
++.Sh HISTORY
++.Nm
++has existed in the MirBSD source tree since 2005.
++It was added to Debian's cvs package in 2011.
++.Sh CAVEATS
++.Nm
++depends on
++.Nm mksh .
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/doc-base
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/doc-base
+@@ -0,0 +1,21 @@
++Document: cvs-doc
++Title: Cederqvist - The CVS manual
++Author: FSF, Derek R. Price, Ximbiot, Signum Support AB, and others
++Abstract: This manual describes how to use and administer CVS.
++ It is both a manual and a tutorial, as well as a reference guide,
++ also known as The Cederqvist, and *the* book to read before using CVS.
++Section: Programming
++
++Format: HTML
++Index: /usr/share/doc/cvs/cvs.html
++Files: /usr/share/doc/cvs/cvs.html*
++
++Format: Text
++Files: /usr/share/doc/cvs/cvs.txt*
++
++Format: PDF
++Files: /usr/share/doc/cvs/cvs.pdf*
++
++Format: Info
++Index: /usr/share/info/cvs.info.gz
++Files: /usr/share/info/cvs.info*
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/doc-base.client
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/doc-base.client
+@@ -0,0 +1,18 @@
++Document: cvs-doc-client
++Title: CVS client/server protocol description
++Abstract: This document describes the client/server protocol used by CVS.
++Section: Programming
++
++Format: HTML
++Index: /usr/share/doc/cvs/cvsclient.html
++Files: /usr/share/doc/cvs/cvsclient.html*
++
++Format: Text
++Files: /usr/share/doc/cvs/cvsclient.txt*
++
++Format: PDF
++Files: /usr/share/doc/cvs/cvsclient.pdf*
++
++Format: Info
++Index: /usr/share/info/cvsclient.info.gz
++Files: /usr/share/info/cvsclient.info*
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/doc-base.faq
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/doc-base.faq
+@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
++Document: cvs-doc-faq
++Title: CVS - Frequently Asked Questions
++Author: David Grubbs, Dr. Pascal Molli, and others
++Abstract: Packaged FAQ-O-MATIC dump containing a number of answers
++ to frequently asked questions about CVS. The document may be out of
++ date; http://ximbiot.com/cvs/wiki/CVS%20FAQ contains an updated version.
++Section: Programming
++
++Format: Text
++Files: /usr/share/doc/cvs/FAQ*
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/doc-base.intro
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/doc-base.intro
+@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
++Document: cvs-doc-intro
++Title: Introduction to using CVS
++Author: Steven Pemberton <Steven.Pemberton@cwi.nl>
++Section: Programming
++
++Format: Text
++Files: /usr/share/cvs/contrib/intro.doc*
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/doc-base.paper
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/doc-base.paper
+@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
++Document: cvs-doc-paper
++Title: CVS II: Parallelizing Software Development
++Author: Brian Berliner <berliner@prisma.com>
++Abstract: This paper is the cvs USENIX article, Winter 1990.
++ The program described in this paper fills a need in the UNIX community
++ for a freely available tool to manage software revision and release
++ control in a multi-developer, multi-directory, multi-group environment.
++ This tool also addresses the increasing need for tracking third-party
++ vendor source distributions while trying to maintain local modifications
++ to earlier releases.
++Section: Programming
++
++Format: PDF
++Files: /usr/share/doc/cvs/cvs-paper.pdf*
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/doc-base.rcsfiles
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/doc-base.rcsfiles
+@@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
++Document: cvs-doc-rcsfiles
++Title: RCS file format description
++Author: Jim Kingdon
++Abstract: This file attempts to document the RCS file format (which is
++ implemented by a great many tools, both free and non-free, both by
++ calling GNU RCS and by reimplementing access to RCS files) in some
++ standard separate from any one tool.
++Section: Programming
++
++Format: Text
++Files: /usr/share/doc/cvs/RCSFILES*
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/docs
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/docs
+@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
++AUTHORS
++BUGS
++DEVEL-CVS
++FAQ
++HACKING
++MINOR-BUGS
++NEWS
++PROJECTS
++README
++TODO
++debian/builddir/doc/*.html
++debian/builddir/doc/*.txt
++debian/builddir/doc/cvs.pdf
++debian/builddir/doc/cvsclient.pdf
++debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog.*
++doc/HACKING.DOCS
++doc/RCSFILES
++doc/cvs-paper.ms
++doc/cvs-paper.pdf
++doc/writeproxy.rtf
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/info
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/info
+@@ -0,0 +1 @@
++debian/stagedir/usr/share/info/*.info
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/install
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/install
+@@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
++#contrib/cvs_acls.html usr/share/cvs/contrib/
++contrib/descend.man usr/share/cvs/contrib/
++contrib/descend.sh usr/share/cvs/contrib/
++contrib/rcs2log.1 usr/share/cvs/contrib/
++contrib/rcs2sccs.sh usr/share/cvs/contrib/
++contrib/sandbox_status.man usr/share/cvs/contrib/
++debian/cvs-switchroot usr/bin/
++debian/lintian/cvs usr/share/lintian/overrides/
++debian/stagedir/usr/bin/cvs usr/bin/
++#debian/stagedir/usr/bin/cvsbug usr/bin/
++debian/stagedir/usr/share/cvs/contrib/* usr/share/cvs/contrib/
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/lintian/cvs
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/lintian/cvs
+@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
++# see #469523 for justification; even moreso with Policy §12.3
++cvs: arch-dep-package-has-big-usr-share *
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/manpages
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/manpages
+@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
++debian/cvs-switchroot.1
++debian/stagedir/usr/share/man/man1/cvs.1
++debian/stagedir/usr/share/man/man5/cvs.5
++#debian/stagedir/usr/share/man/man8/cvsbug.8
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/postinst
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/postinst
+@@ -0,0 +1,56 @@
++#!/bin/sh
++
++set -e
++
++# This maintainer script can be called the following ways:
++#
++# * new-postinst "configure" [$most_recently_configured_version]
++# The package is unpacked; all dependencies are unpacked and, when there
++# are no circular dependencies, configured.
++#
++# * old-postinst "abort-upgrade" $new_version
++# * conflictors-postinst "abort-remove" "in-favour" $package
++# $new_version
++# * postinst "abort-remove"
++# * deconfigureds-postinst "abort-deconfigure" "in-favour"
++# $failed_install_package $fip_version ["removing"
++# $conflicting_package $cp_version]
++# The package is unpacked; all dependencies are at least Half-Installed,
++# previously been configured, and not removed. In some error situations,
++# dependencies may not be even fully unpacked.
++#
++# * postinst "triggered" "${triggers[*]}"
++# For trigger-only calls, i.e. if "configure" is not called.
++
++# upgrade case from Epoch 1 Debian CVS
++nukes='/etc/cvs.conf /etc/cvs-cron.conf /etc/cvs-pserver.conf /etc/cron.weekly/cvs /etc/pam.d/cvs'
++for x in $nukes; do
++ test -e "$x" || continue
++ rm -f $nukes
++ test -x /usr/sbin/update-inetd && update-inetd --remove "^cvspserver"
++ break
++done
++
++case $1 in
++configure)
++ addgroup --force-badname --system _cvsadmin
++ ;;
++
++abort-upgrade|abort-remove|abort-deconfigure)
++ ;;
++
++triggered)
++ ;;
++
++*)
++ echo >&2 "postinst called with unknown subcommand '$1'"
++ exit 1
++ ;;
++esac
++
++# dh_installdeb will replace this with shell code automatically
++# generated by other debhelper scripts.
++
++#DEBHELPER#
++
++exit 0
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/postrm
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/postrm
+@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
++#!/bin/sh
++
++set -e
++
++# This maintainer script can be called the following ways:
++#
++# * postrm "remove"
++# * postrm "purge"
++# * old-postrm "upgrade" $new_version
++# * disappearers-postrm "disappear" $overwriter $o_version
++# The package's files have been removed or replaced; only Essential pak-
++# kages may be available; skip gracefully actions requiring Depends.
++#
++# * new-postrm "failed-upgrade" $old_version
++# * new-postrm "failed-upgrade" $old_version $new_version # 1.18.5, stretch
++# Called when 'old-postrm "upgrade"' fails; the new package is unpacked,
++# Essential packages and Pre-Depends are available; the latter have been
++# configured and never removed but may be Unpacked or Half-Configured.
++#
++# * new-postrm "abort-install" [$old_version]
++# * new-postrm "abort-install" $old_version $new_version # 1.18.5, stretch
++# * new-postrm "abort-upgrade" $old_version
++# * new-postrm "abort-upgrade" $old_version $new_version # 1.18.5, stretch
++# Called when preinst fails; package is not unpacked. Essential packages
++# and (unpacked or Half-Configured) Pre-Depends are available.
++
++case $1 in
++remove)
++ ;;
++
++purge)
++ rm -f /etc/cvs.conf /etc/cvs-cron.conf /etc/cvs-pserver.conf /etc/cron.weekly/cvs /etc/pam.d/cvs
++ test -x /usr/sbin/update-inetd && update-inetd --remove "^cvspserver"
++ (delgroup --system --only-if-empty _cvsadmin || :)
++ ;;
++
++upgrade|disappear|failed-upgrade|abort-install|abort-upgrade)
++ ;;
++
++*)
++ echo >&2 "postrm called with unknown subcommand '$1'"
++ exit 1
++ ;;
++esac
++
++# dh_installdeb will replace this with shell code automatically
++# generated by other debhelper scripts.
++
++#DEBHELPER#
++
++exit 0
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/rules
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/rules
+@@ -0,0 +1,181 @@
++#!/usr/bin/make -f
++
++DEB_BUILD_ARCH?=$(shell dpkg-architecture -qDEB_BUILD_ARCH)
++DEB_HOST_ARCH?=$(shell dpkg-architecture -qDEB_HOST_ARCH)
++DEB_BUILD_GNU_TYPE?=$(shell dpkg-architecture -qDEB_BUILD_GNU_TYPE)
++DEB_HOST_GNU_TYPE?=$(shell dpkg-architecture -qDEB_HOST_GNU_TYPE)
++
++# is ${CC} defined anywhere (other than implicit rules?)
++ifneq (,$(findstring $(origin CC),default undefined))
++# no - then default to gcc (or cross-gcc)
++ifneq (${DEB_BUILD_ARCH},${DEB_HOST_ARCH})
++CC= ${DEB_HOST_GNU_TYPE}-gcc
++else
++CC= gcc
++endif
++endif
++
++CONFIGURE_ENV:= CC='${CC}'
++EXTRA_CFLAGS= -Wall -fno-strict-aliasing -Wformat
++# addresses part of #698908
++EXTRA_CFLAGS+= -fwrapv
++# for now. uses are mostly checked.
++EXTRA_CFLAGS+= -Wno-unused-result
++EXTRA_CPPFLAGS= -D_GNU_SOURCE -DUSE_LIBBSD
++
++ifneq (,$(wildcard /usr/share/dpkg/buildflags.mk))
++# dpkg-dev (>= 1.16.1~)
++DEB_CFLAGS_MAINT_APPEND=${EXTRA_CFLAGS}
++DEB_CPPFLAGS_MAINT_APPEND=${EXTRA_CPPFLAGS}
++DEB_BUILD_MAINT_OPTIONS=hardening=+all
++DPKG_EXPORT_BUILDFLAGS= Yes
++include /usr/share/dpkg/buildflags.mk
++else
++# old-fashioned way to determine build flags
++CFLAGS= -O$(if $(findstring noopt,${DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS}),0,2) -g
++CFLAGS+= ${EXTRA_CFLAGS}
++CPPFLAGS+= ${EXTRA_CPPFLAGS}
++CONFIGURE_ENV+= CFLAGS='${CFLAGS}'
++CONFIGURE_ENV+= CPPFLAGS='${CPPFLAGS}'
++CONFIGURE_ENV+= LDFLAGS='${LDFLAGS}'
++endif
++
++LIBS+= -lbsd
++
++CONFIGURE_ENV+= LIBS='${LIBS}'
++CONFIGURE_ENV+= CSH=/bin/csh
++
++CONFIGURE_ARGS:= --build=${DEB_BUILD_GNU_TYPE} \
++ --host=${DEB_HOST_GNU_TYPE} \
++ --prefix=/usr \
++ --infodir=/usr/share/info \
++ --mandir=/usr/share/man \
++ --sysconfdir=/etc \
++ --disable-dependency-tracking \
++ --disable-maintainer-mode \
++ --disable-pam \
++ --disable-nls \
++ --enable-client \
++ --enable-password-authenticated-client \
++ --enable-server \
++ --enable-proxy \
++ --enable-case-sensitivity \
++ --enable-encryption \
++ --disable-lock-compatibility \
++ --enable-rootcommit \
++ --disable-old-info-format-support \
++ --enable-config-override=no \
++ --without-krb4 \
++ --with-gssapi \
++ --with-external-zlib \
++ --with-rsh=ssh \
++ --with-editor=/usr/bin/editor \
++ --with-tmpdir=/var/tmp \
++ --with-umask=002 \
++ --with-cvs-admin-group=_cvsadmin
++
++MAKE_ARGS:= MAKEINFO=makeinfo
++MAKE_ARGS+= MAKEINFOFLAGS=--no-split
++
++CLEANFILES:= autom4te.cache build-aux/config.guess \
++ build-aux/config.sub cvs.spec debian/.*_stamp \
++ debian/CVSTEMP debian/builddir debian/stagedir \
++ doc/cvs-paper.pdf doc/cvs.1 doc/cvs.info* \
++ doc/cvs.pdf doc/cvsclient.info* doc/cvsclient.pdf \
++ doc/getdate-cvs.texi emx/Makefile os2/Makefile \
++ vms/config.h windows-NT/config.h
++
++debian/.configure_stamp:
++ dh_testdir
++ -rm -rf ${CLEANFILES}
++ cp /usr/share/misc/config.guess /usr/share/misc/config.sub build-aux/
++ dh_autoreconf
++ mkdir debian/builddir debian/stagedir
++ cd debian/builddir && \
++ env ${CONFIGURE_ENV} sh ../../configure ${CONFIGURE_ARGS}
++ # generate PDF 1.4 by default
++ ln -s ../../../build-aux/texinfo.tex debian/builddir/doc/texinfo-r.tex
++ printf '%s\n' \
++ '\pdfminorversion4\relax\pdfobjcompresslevel0\relax%' \
++ '\input texinfo-r.tex' \
++ >debian/builddir/doc/texinfo.tex
++ @:>$@
++
++build-indep:
++build build-arch: debian/.build_stamp
++
++debian/.build_stamp: debian/.configure_stamp
++ dh_testdir
++ cd debian/builddir && ${MAKE} ${MAKE_ARGS}
++ifeq (,$(filter nodoc,$(DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS)))
++ cd debian/builddir && ${MAKE} -C doc ${MAKE_ARGS} doc html info pdf txt
++endif
++ifneq (,$(filter sanity,$(DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS)))
++ # run the testsuite after build (DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=sanity)
++ # warning: this takes a *lot* of time!
++ # idea: run this under Valgrind to take even more time ;)
++ cd debian/builddir && ${MAKE} ${MAKE_ARGS} check
++endif
++ @:>$@
++
++clean:
++ dh_testdir
++ dh_autoreconf_clean
++ -rm -rf ${CLEANFILES}
++ dh_clean
++
++binary-indep:
++
++binary-arch: debian/.build_stamp
++ dh_testdir
++ dh_testroot
++ if test -x "$$(which dh_prep)"; then dh_prep; else dh_clean -k; fi
++ -rm -rf debian/stagedir
++ mkdir -p debian/stagedir/clogs
++ cd debian/builddir && \
++ ${MAKE} ${MAKE_ARGS} DESTDIR=${CURDIR}/debian/stagedir install
++ cat ChangeLog ChangeLog.zoo >debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog
++ cat doc/ChangeLog doc/ChangeLog.fsf >debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog.doc
++ #cat lib/ChangeLog lib/ChangeLog.fsf >debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog.lib
++ #cat src/ChangeLog src/ChangeLog-97 src/ChangeLog-96 src/ChangeLog-9395 \
++ # src/ChangeLog-9194 >debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog.src
++ cp src/ChangeLog debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog.src
++ cp contrib/ChangeLog debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog.contrib
++ cp diff/ChangeLog debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog.diff
++ #cp m4/ChangeLog debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog.m4
++ #cp man/ChangeLog debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog.man
++ #cp tools/ChangeLog debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog.tools
++ # fat and nonsensical to ship this
++ rm -f debian/stagedir/usr/share/cvs/contrib/rcs-5.7-commitid.patch
++ # uses csh
++ rm -f debian/stagedir/usr/share/cvs/contrib/sccs2rcs
++ # unsafe
++ rm -f debian/stagedir/usr/share/cvs/contrib/commit_prep
++ rm -f debian/stagedir/usr/share/cvs/contrib/cvs_acls
++ rm -f debian/stagedir/usr/share/cvs/contrib/log
++ rm -f debian/stagedir/usr/share/cvs/contrib/log_accum
++ rm -f debian/stagedir/usr/share/cvs/contrib/mfpipe
++ rm -f debian/stagedir/usr/share/cvs/contrib/rcslock
++ # we ship cvs-switchroot(1) instead
++ rm -f debian/stagedir/usr/share/cvs/contrib/newcvsroot
++ dh_installchangelogs debian/stagedir/clogs/ChangeLog
++ifneq (,$(filter nodoc,$(DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS)))
++ # this will cause lintian warnings as it installs the doc-base files
++endif
++ dh_installdocs
++ dh_install
++ dh_installinfo
++ dh_installman
++ dh_link
++ dh_strip
++ dh_compress -X.pdf
++ cd debian/cvs/usr/share/cvs/contrib && chmod +x descend.sh rcs2sccs.sh
++ dh_fixperms
++ dh_installdeb
++ dh_shlibdeps
++ dh_gencontrol
++ dh_md5sums
++ dh_builddeb -- -Zgzip -z9
++
++binary: binary-indep binary-arch
++.PHONY: binary binary-arch binary-indep build build-arch build-indep clean
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/source.lintian-overrides
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/source.lintian-overrides
+@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
++# desired method of keeping changes is as VCS working tree
++cvs source: direct-changes-in-diff-but-no-patch-system *
++
++# not my fault
++cvs source: source-contains-cvs-control-dir zlib/CVS
++cvs source: source-contains-cvs-control-dir zlib/os2/CVS
++cvs source: deprecated-configure-filename
++
++# not part of the binary package, and not legally a problem
++cvs source: license-problem-gfdl-non-official-text doc/getdate-cvs.texi *
++
++# no, thanks
++cvs source: no-dep5-copyright
++
++# too complex for now, requires ssh and rsync to localhost
++cvs source: testsuite-autopkgtest-missing
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/source/format
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/source/format
+@@ -0,0 +1 @@
++1.0
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/upstream/signing-key.asc
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/upstream/signing-key.asc
+@@ -0,0 +1,25 @@
++-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
++Version: GnuPG v1
++
++mQGiBD4u3XQRBACN7F6Ducb4gaJw7LJPCaNbk4+eW/EWjiC+aoJhnNocWGfeKM2d
++NYRDPuyW6IqAmMPGBq0HAdSmi64BQg5mC8Q7NGujfzVDefACELuwQRUxFadbcAXn
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++/dnZw1f/N1PLU955Ze7hofVrAAMGA/9dw6G1LznEO2zjfTYHZtEKSlAtvRGqyOQc
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++/WpC3LgkF8rcbbap9M8U/RkAoL2DhkJHX3uYYJzagVUiWJffkLnR
++=hls5
++-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/debian/watch
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/debian/watch
+@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
++version=3
++opts="dversionmangle=s/^[0-9]+://;s/\+real$//,pgpsigurlmangle=s/$/.sig/" \
++https://ftp.gnu.org/non-gnu/cvs/source/feature/([0-9.]*)/ cvs-([0-9.]*)\.tar\.gz
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/diff/analyze.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/diff/analyze.c
+@@ -358,7 +358,7 @@
+ else
+ {
+ int c;
+- struct partition part;
++ struct partition part = { 0, 0, 0, 0 };
+
+ /* Find a point of correspondence in the middle of the files. */
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/diff/diff3.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/diff/diff3.c
+@@ -1439,14 +1439,13 @@
+ int const mapping[3], rev_mapping[3];
+ {
+ int i;
+- int oddoneout;
++ int oddoneout = 0;
+ char *cp;
+ struct diff3_block *ptr;
+ int line;
+ size_t length;
+- int dontprint;
++ int dontprint = 0;
+ static int skew_increment[3] = { 2, 3, 1 }; /* 0==>2==>1==>3 */
+- char const *line_prefix = tab_align_flag ? "\t" : " ";
+
+ for (ptr = diff; ptr; ptr = D_NEXT (ptr))
+ {
+@@ -1503,7 +1502,7 @@
+ line = 0;
+ do
+ {
+- printf_output (line_prefix);
++ printf_output (tab_align_flag ? "\t" : " ");
+ cp = D_RELNUM (ptr, realfile, line);
+ length = D_RELLEN (ptr, realfile, line);
+ write_output (cp, length);
+@@ -1555,11 +1554,12 @@
+ int leading_dot, start, num;
+ {
+ write_output (".\n", 2);
+- if (leading_dot)
++ if (leading_dot) {
+ if (num == 1)
+ printf_output ("%ds/^\\.//\n", start);
+ else
+ printf_output ("%d,%ds/^\\.//\n", start, start + num - 1);
++ }
+ }
+
+ /*
+@@ -1750,11 +1750,12 @@
+ do
+ {
+ c = getc (infile);
+- if (c == EOF)
++ if (c == EOF) {
+ if (ferror (infile))
+ diff3_perror_with_exit ("input file");
+ else if (feof (infile))
+ diff3_fatal ("input file shrank");
++ }
+ cc = c;
+ write_output (&cc, 1);
+ }
+@@ -1804,7 +1805,7 @@
+ linesread += i;
+ while (0 <= --i)
+ while ((c = getc (infile)) != '\n')
+- if (c == EOF)
++ if (c == EOF) {
+ if (ferror (infile))
+ diff3_perror_with_exit ("input file");
+ else if (feof (infile))
+@@ -1813,6 +1814,7 @@
+ diff3_fatal ("input file shrank");
+ return conflicts_found;
+ }
++ }
+ }
+ /* Copy rest of common file. */
+ while ((c = getc (infile)) != EOF || !(ferror (infile) | feof (infile)))
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/diff/ifdef.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/diff/ifdef.c
+@@ -189,7 +189,7 @@
+
+ default:
+ {
+- int value;
++ int value = 0;
+ char *speclim;
+
+ f = scan_printf_spec (spec);
+@@ -322,7 +322,7 @@
+
+ default:
+ {
+- int value;
++ int value = 0;
+ char *speclim;
+
+ f = scan_printf_spec (spec);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/diff/side.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/diff/side.c
+@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@
+ break;
+
+ case '\b':
+- if (in_position != 0 && --in_position < out_bound)
++ if (in_position != 0 && --in_position < out_bound) {
+ if (out_position <= in_position)
+ /* Add spaces to make up for suppressed tab past out_bound. */
+ for (; out_position < in_position; out_position++)
+@@ -133,6 +133,7 @@
+ cc = c;
+ write_output (&cc, 1);
+ }
++ }
+ break;
+
+ case '\f':
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/diff/util.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/diff/util.c
+@@ -235,7 +235,7 @@
+ close (pipes[0]);
+ }
+
+- execl (PR_PROGRAM, PR_PROGRAM, "-f", "-h", name, 0);
++ execl (PR_PROGRAM, PR_PROGRAM, "-f", "-h", name, NULL);
+ pfatal_with_name (PR_PROGRAM);
+ }
+ else
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/doc/HACKING.DOCS
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/doc/HACKING.DOCS
+@@ -16,7 +16,9 @@
+ @strong{ ... } Similar to @emph{}, but the effect is to
+ bracket with asterisks in info files (* ... *)
+ and in bold in PDF & probably in postscript &
+- HTML.
++ HTML. It will cause spurious links in info if
++ used in some circumstances; if in doubt, use
++ @empy{ ... } instead then.
+ @noindent Suppresses indentation of the following
+ paragraph. This can ocassionally be useful
+ after examples and the like.
+@@ -44,3 +46,6 @@
+
+ For more on using texinfo docs, see the `info texinfo' documentation or
+ http://www.gnu.org/manual/texinfo/texinfo.html .
++
++
++$MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/doc/HACKING.DOCS,v 1.3 2010/09/19 19:42:52 tg Exp $
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/doc/Makefile.am
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/doc/Makefile.am
+@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
+ ## Process this file with automake to produce Makefile.in
++# $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/doc/Makefile.am,v 1.5 2017/01/09 22:54:22 tg Exp $
+ # Makefile for GNU CVS documentation (excluding man pages - see ../man).
+ #
+ # Copyright (C) 1986-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+@@ -84,7 +85,7 @@
+ # It is possible that an implicit .ms.ps target could be safely defined. I
+ # don't recall looking into it.
+ cvs-paper.ps: cvs-paper.ms
+- $(ROFF) -t -p -ms -Tps $(srcdir)/cvs-paper.ms >cvs-paper.ps-t
++ $(ROFF) -t -p -ms -Tps -P-p28c,21c $(srcdir)/cvs-paper.ms >cvs-paper.ps-t
+ cp cvs-paper.ps-t $@
+ -@rm -f cvs-paper.ps-t
+
+@@ -92,8 +93,8 @@
+ # Nothing in $(srcdir) be rebuilt, and this will always be rebuilt when it
+ # is dependant on cvs-paper.ps and cvs-paper.ps isn't distributed.
+ $(srcdir)/cvs-paper.pdf: cvs-paper.ms
+- $(ROFF) -t -p -ms -Tps $(srcdir)/cvs-paper.ms >cvs-paper.ps-t
+- ps2pdf cvs-paper.ps-t cvs-paper.pdf-t
++ $(ROFF) -t -p -ms -Tps -P-p28c,21c $(srcdir)/cvs-paper.ms >cvs-paper.ps-t
++ ps2pdf14 -sPAPERSIZE=pa4 cvs-paper.ps-t cvs-paper.pdf-t
+ cp cvs-paper.pdf-t $@
+ -@rm -f cvs-paper.pdf-t cvs-paper.ps-t
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/doc/cvs-paper.ms
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/doc/cvs-paper.ms
+@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
+ .\" soelim cvs.ms | pic | tbl | troff -ms
++.\" $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/doc/cvs-paper.ms,v 1.3 2017/08/12 17:37:55 tg Exp $
+ .\" @(#)cvs.ms 1.2 92/01/30
+ .\"
+ .\" troff source to the cvs USENIX article, Winter 1990, Washington, D.C.
+@@ -108,7 +109,7 @@
+ .SM
+ SCCS
+ .LG
+-[Bell] serialize file modifications by
++[Bell] serialise file modifications by
+ allowing only one developer to have a writable copy of a particular file at
+ any one point in time.
+ That developer is said to
+@@ -312,7 +313,7 @@
+ the copy, and then merges the modified copy with the original.
+ This paradigm allows developers to work in isolation from one another since
+ changes are made to copies of objects.
+-Because locks are not used, development is not serialized and can proceed
++Because locks are not used, development is not serialised and can proceed
+ in parallel.
+ Developers, however, must merge objects after the changes have been made.
+ In particular, a developer must resolve conflicts when the same object has
+@@ -853,7 +854,7 @@
+ it has been checked out, takes only 1.5 wall clock minutes.
+ Updating the \fIcomplete\fP 128 MByte source tree under \fBcvs\fP control
+ (17243 files/1005 directories) takes roughly 28 wall clock minutes and
+-utilizes one-third of the machine.
++utilises one-third of the machine.
+ For now this is entirely acceptable; improvements on these numbers will
+ possibly be made in the future.
+ .NH 2
+@@ -923,7 +924,7 @@
+ .IP \(bu 3
+ Security of the source repository is currently not dealt with directly.
+ The usual UNIX approach of user-group-other security permissions through
+-the file system is utilized, but nothing else.
++the filesystem is utilised, but nothing else.
+ \fBcvs\fP could likely be a set-group-id executable that checks a
+ protected database to verify user access permissions for particular objects
+ before allowing any operations to affect those objects.
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/doc/cvs.man.footer
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/doc/cvs.man.footer
+@@ -1,3 +1,4 @@
++.\" $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/doc/cvs.man.footer,v 1.6 2017/01/08 19:42:05 tg Exp $
+ .SH "AUTHORS"
+ .TP
+ Dick Grune
+@@ -26,15 +27,13 @@
+ Have helped maintain
+ .B cvs
+ for many years.
+-.TP
++.PP
+ And many others too numerous to mention here.
+ .SH "SEE ALSO"
+ The most comprehensive manual for CVS is
+-Version Management with CVS by Per Cederqvist et al. Depending on
+-your system, you may be able to get it with the
+-.B info CVS
+-command or it may be available as cvs.pdf (Portable Document Format),
+-cvs.ps (PostScript), cvs.texinfo (Texinfo source), or cvs.html.
++Version Management with CVS by Per Cederqvist et al. (see
++.I NOTE
++at top).
+ .SP
+ For CVS updates, more information on documentation, software related
+ to CVS, development of CVS, and more, see:
+@@ -43,7 +42,6 @@
+ .PD 0
+ .IP "" 4
+ .B http://www.nongnu.org/cvs/
+-.in -1i
+ .SP
+ .BR ci ( 1 ),
+ .BR co ( 1 ),
+@@ -54,5 +52,7 @@
+ .BR patch ( 1 ),
+ .BR rcs ( 1 ),
+ .BR rcsdiff ( 1 ),
++.BR rcsintro ( 1 ),
+ .BR rcsmerge ( 1 ),
+-.BR rlog ( 1 ).
++.BR rlog ( 1 ),
++.BR re_format ( 7 ).
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/doc/cvs.man.header
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/doc/cvs.man.header
+@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
++.\" $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/doc/cvs.man.header,v 1.6 2016/11/08 21:12:15 tg Exp $
++.\"
+ .\" This is the man page for CVS. It is auto-generated from the
+ .\" cvs.man.header, cvs.texinfo, & cvs.man.footer files. Please make changes
+ .\" there. A full copyright & license notice may also be found in cvs.texinfo.
+@@ -5,6 +7,7 @@
+ .\" Man page autogeneration, including this header file, is
+ .\" Copyright 2004-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
+ .\" Derek R. Price, & Ximbiot <http://ximbiot.com>.
++.\" Copyright (c) 2004, 2010, 2012, 2016 mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>.
+ .\"
+ .\" This documentation is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ .\" it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+@@ -23,7 +26,9 @@
+ .ds Rv \\$3
+ .ds Dt \\$4
+ ..
+-.TH CVS 1 "\*(Dt"
++.de IX
++..
++.TH CVS 1
+ .\" Full space in nroff; half space in troff
+ .de SP
+ .if n .sp
+@@ -51,11 +56,82 @@
+ .IX "release control system" "cvs command" "" "\fLcvs\fP \- concurrent versions system"
+ .IX "source control system" "cvs command" "" "\fLcvs\fP \- concurrent versions system"
+ .IX revisions "cvs command" "" "\fLcvs\fP \- source control"
+-This manpage is a summary of some of the features of
+-\fBcvs\fP. It is auto-generated from an appendix of the CVS manual.
+-For more in-depth documentation, please consult the
+-Cederqvist manual (via the
+-.B info CVS
+-command or otherwise,
+-as described in the SEE ALSO section of this manpage). Cross-references
+-in this man page refer to nodes in the same.
++.\"
++This manual page is a summary of parts of the \fBcvs\fP documentation
++and automatically generated from an appendix of the CVS manual
++(the \fICederqvist\fP), which is also the target of all cross-references
++found in this manual page; please refer to the full CVS manual
++for more in-depth documentation of the Concurrent Versions System.
++.PP
++If you're reading this manual page as part of the MirBSD online (HTML)
++manual pages archive, follow the cvs(GNU) link to the Cederqvist
++(and the cvsclient(GNU) link to the client/server protocol description,
++if necessary).
++.PP
++If you installed
++.B cvs
++via the Debian or MirPorts Framework package management systems,
++.br
++.RS
++.B /usr/mpkg/share/doc/cvs/cvs.pdf
++(MirPorts Framework) or
++.br
++.B /usr/share/doc/cvs/cvs.pdf
++(Debian), respectively,
++.RE
++are versions of the Cederqvist rendered as books, for printing
++and reading on screen.
++.PP
++If you have a Texinfo reader such as
++.B info
++installed (part of the base system on MirBSD; part of the
++.I info
++package on Debian), you can read the Cederqvist by entering:
++.br
++.RS
++.B info
++.I cvs
++.RE
++.PP
++Quick introduction to
++.B info
++so you aren't immediately lost:
++.RS 4n
++.TP 3n
++.I arrow\ keys
++to move on the page
++.TP 3n
++.I Tab
++to move to the next hyperlink
++.TP 3n
++.I Return
++to activate the hyperlink under the cursor
++.TP 3n
++.BI l \ (lowercase\ ell)
++to go to the previously visited page
++.TP 3n
++.IB Page\ Up/ b,\ Page\ Down/Space
++to move by screen pages, including advancing to the previous
++(or next, respectively) section at the first (last) screen page
++.TP 3n
++.B p,\ n
++to go to the previous (next) page on the current navigation hierarchy level
++.TP 3n
++.B t
++to go to the "Top" page, i.e. the start of the document
++.TP 3n
++.BI / <search-term>Return
++to start a search from the current cursor position and jump to the first result
++.TP 3n
++.BI / Return
++to jump to the next result in an ongoing search
++.TP 3n
++.B q
++to exit the
++.B info
++viewer
++.RE
++.PP
++Other ways to read further documentation are described in the
++.I SEE\ ALSO
++section of this manual page.
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/doc/cvs.texinfo
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/doc/cvs.texinfo
+@@ -1,6 +1,18 @@
+ \input texinfo @c -*-texinfo-*-
+ @comment Documentation for CVS.
+ @setfilename cvs.info
++@set MBSDPATCHLEVEL -MirOS-0AB8.1
++@tex
++ % set PA4 paper size (can print on both DIN ISO A4 and US Letter)
++ \globaldefs = 1%
++ \afourpaper%
++ \internalpagesizes{46\baselineskip}{160mm}%
++ {\voffset}{\hoffset}%
++ {\bindingoffset}{36pt}%
++ {28truecm}{21truecm}%
++ \globaldefs = 0%
++@end tex
++@comment $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/doc/cvs.texinfo,v 1.37 2017/11/18 22:37:49 tg Exp $
+ @macro copyleftnotice
+ @noindent
+ Copyright @copyright{} 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000,
+@@ -9,7 +21,11 @@
+
+ @multitable @columnfractions .12 .88
+ @item Portions
+-@item @tab Copyright @copyright{} 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
++@item @tab Copyright @copyright{} 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011,
++ 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
++ mirabilos, The MirOS Project
++@item @tab Copyright @copyright{} 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005,
++ 2007
+ Derek R. Price,
+ @item @tab Copyright @copyright{} 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
+ Ximbiot @url{http://ximbiot.com},
+@@ -51,6 +67,15 @@
+ @comment MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+ @comment GNU General Public License for more details.
+
++@comment It should be noted that the Texinfo manual is distributed
++@comment under the above notice in all forms, except for the manpage
++@comment generated from it, and that the manual and the source code
++@comment of CVS often need to stay synchronised; therefore, exchanging
++@comment between these three entities under these two licences seems
++@comment to be granted, and the statement above can be interpreted as
++@comment explicit dual-licence grant. As a major contributor to this
++@comment documentation for MirBSD, I do not oppose. --mirabilos
++
+ @c See ../README for A4 vs. US letter size.
+ @c When we provided A4 postscript, and people tried to
+ @c print it on US letter, the usual complaint was that the
+@@ -103,7 +128,7 @@
+ @end direntry
+ @dircategory Individual utilities
+ @direntry
+-* cvs: (cvs)CVS commands. Concurrent Versions System
++* cvs: (cvs)CVS command list. Concurrent Versions System
+ @end direntry
+
+ @comment The titlepage section does not appear in the Info file.
+@@ -111,12 +136,12 @@
+ @sp 4
+ @comment The title is printed in a large font.
+ @center @titlefont{Version Management}
+-@sp
++@sp 1
+ @center @titlefont{with}
+-@sp
++@sp 1
+ @center @titlefont{CVS}
+ @sp 2
+-@center for @sc{cvs} @value{VERSION}
++@center for @sc{cvs} @value{VERSION}@value{MBSDPATCHLEVEL}
+ @comment -release-
+ @sp 3
+ @center Per Cederqvist et al
+@@ -141,13 +166,20 @@
+ @node Top
+ @top
+
++@ifnotinfo
++@anchor{Cederqvist}
++@end ifnotinfo
+ This info manual describes how to use and administer
+-@sc{cvs} version @value{VERSION}.
++@sc{cvs} version @value{VERSION}@value{MBSDPATCHLEVEL} and up.
+ @end ifnottex
+
+ @ifinfo
+ @copyleftnotice
++@anchor{Cederqvist}
+ @end ifinfo
++@iftex
++@anchor{Cederqvist}
++@end iftex
+
+ @c This menu is pretty long. Not sure how easily that
+ @c can be fixed (no brilliant ideas right away)...
+@@ -181,6 +213,7 @@
+ * Troubleshooting:: Some tips when nothing works
+ * Credits:: Some of the contributors to this manual
+ * BUGS:: Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
++* CVS command list:: Alphabetical list of all CVS commands
+ * Index:: Index
+ @end menu
+
+@@ -327,7 +360,7 @@
+ you wind up requiring the entire repository to be
+ checked out.
+
+-If you modularize your work, and construct a build
++If you modularise your work, and construct a build
+ system that will share files (via links, mounts,
+ @code{VPATH} in @file{Makefile}s, etc.), you can
+ arrange your disk usage however you like.
+@@ -483,11 +516,11 @@
+ As a way of introducing @sc{cvs}, we'll go through a
+ typical work-session using @sc{cvs}. The first thing
+ to understand is that @sc{cvs} stores all files in a
+-centralized @dfn{repository} (@pxref{Repository}); this
++centralised @dfn{repository} (@pxref{Repository}); this
+ section assumes that a repository is set up.
+ @c I'm not sure that the sentence concerning the
+ @c repository quite tells the user what they need to
+-@c know at this point. Might need to expand on "centralized"
++@c know at this point. Might need to expand on "centralised"
+ @c slightly (maybe not here, maybe further down in the example?)
+
+ Suppose you are working on a simple compiler. The source
+@@ -742,7 +775,7 @@
+ @c /home/joe/sources. But this node is too long
+ @c as it is; need a little reorganization...
+
+-@cindex :local:, setting up
++@cindex local method, setting up
+ @sc{cvs} can access a repository by a variety of
+ means. It might be on the local computer, or it might
+ be on a computer across the room or across the world.
+@@ -1037,10 +1070,6 @@
+ if you want to allow read-only access to some directories
+ (@pxref{config}).
+
+-@c CVS seems to use CVSUMASK in picking permissions for
+-@c val-tags, but maybe we should say more about this.
+-@c Like val-tags gets created by someone who doesn't
+-@c have CVSUMASK set right?
+ @cindex CVSROOT/val-tags file, and read-only access to projects
+ @cindex val-tags file, and read-only access to projects
+ Also note that users must have write access to the
+@@ -1072,7 +1101,7 @@
+ @c FIXME: Need more discussion of which
+ @c group should own the file in the repository.
+ @c Include a somewhat detailed example of the usual
+-@c case where CVSUMASK is 007, the developers are all
++@c case where CVSUMASK is 002, the developers are all
+ @c in a group, and that group owns stuff in the
+ @c repository. Need to talk about group ownership of
+ @c newly-created directories/files (on some unices,
+@@ -1152,7 +1181,7 @@
+ sure).
+
+ If you are using local @sc{cvs} and the repository is on a
+-networked file system which is served by the Samba SMB
++networked filesystem which is served by the Samba SMB
+ server, some people have reported problems with
+ permissions. Enabling WRITE=YES in the samba
+ configuration is said to fix/workaround it.
+@@ -1551,7 +1580,7 @@
+ This file lists the files and directories in the
+ working directory.
+ The first character of each line indicates what sort of
+-line it is. If the character is unrecognized, programs
++line it is. If the character is unrecognised, programs
+ reading the file should silently skip that line, to
+ allow for future expansion.
+
+@@ -1780,7 +1809,7 @@
+ @cindex CVSROOT, module name
+ @cindex Defining modules (intro)
+
+-@c FIXME: this node should be reorganized into "general
++@c FIXME: this node should be reorganised into "general
+ @c information about admin files" and put the "editing
+ @c admin files" stuff up front rather than jumping into
+ @c the details of modules right away. Then the
+@@ -1931,14 +1960,23 @@
+ on what each developer uses).
+
+ The repository should be accessible
+-(directly or via a networked file system) from all
++(directly or via a networked filesystem) from all
+ machines which want to use @sc{cvs} in server or local
+ mode; the client machines need not have any access to
+ it other than via the @sc{cvs} protocol. It is not
+-possible to use @sc{cvs} to read from a repository
++normally possible to use @sc{cvs} to read from a repository
+ which one only has read access to; @sc{cvs} needs to be
+ able to create lock files (@pxref{Concurrency}).
+
++If the environment variable @code{$CVSREADONLYFS} is defined,
++however, CVS will allow read-only access without creating any
++history entries or reader lock files. This allows doing most
++usual repository operations except checkin in a fast way,
++although if any other user is accessing the same data at the
++same time, it may lead to corrupt data. This mode is best used
++for publicly accessible anonymous CVS mirrors, not the main
++working repository.
++
+ @cindex init (subcommand)
+ To create a repository, run the @code{cvs init}
+ command. It will set up an empty repository in the
+@@ -1954,9 +1992,18 @@
+ you run @code{cvs init} on an already set-up
+ repository.
+
+-@code{cvs init} will enable history logging; if you
+-don't want that, remove the history file after running
+-@code{cvs init}. @xref{history file}.
++The repository is created honouring the @code{$CVSUMASK}
++setting (@pxref{CVSUMASK}), even the @file{history} and
++@file{val-tags} files are not created world-writable any
++more as in previous CVS versions. History logging is,
++accordingly, configured to log write operations only; if
++you don’t want that, edit or remove the @samp{LogHistory}
++entry in the @file{config} file (@pxref{config}) and make
++sure that all users who need to write that file can do so,
++for example by using a @code{$CVSUMASK} of 002 (which is
++also the default) and putting everyone into the same Unix
++group (consider the security implications if you really
++want to enable world-writable logging).
+
+ @node Backing up
+ @section Backing up a repository
+@@ -2103,6 +2150,9 @@
+ * Write proxies:: Distributing load across several CVS servers
+ @end menu
+
++For the protocol specification,
++@pxref{Top, the CVS client/server protocol,, cvsclient, The CVS client/server protocol}.
++
+ @node Server requirements
+ @subsection Server requirements
+
+@@ -2236,7 +2286,7 @@
+ through and @var{port} is the port number on the HTTP proxy server to connect
+ via. @var{port} defaults to 8080.
+
+-@strong{NOTE: An HTTP proxy server is not the same as a @sc{cvs} write proxy
++@emph{NOTE: An HTTP proxy server is not the same as a @sc{cvs} write proxy
+ server - please see @ref{Write proxies} for more on @sc{cvs} write proxies.}
+
+ For example, to connect pserver via a web proxy listening on port 8000 of
+@@ -2246,7 +2296,7 @@
+ :pserver;proxy=www.myproxy.net;proxyport=8000:@var{pserver_connection_string}
+ @end example
+
+-@strong{NOTE: In the above example, @var{pserver_connection_string} is still
++@emph{NOTE: In the above example, @var{pserver_connection_string} is still
+ required to connect and authenticate to the CVS server, as noted in the
+ upcoming sections on password authentication, @code{gserver}, and
+ @code{kserver}. The example above only demonstrates a modification to the
+@@ -2369,7 +2419,7 @@
+ machine to the filename of the server you want to use,
+ for example @file{/usr/local/bin/cvs-1.6}.
+ For the @code{ext} and @code{fork} methods, you may
+-also specify @var{CVS_SERVER} as an otpion in the
++also specify @var{CVS_SERVER} as an option in the
+ @var{CVSROOT} so that you may use different servers for
+ differnt roots. See @ref{Remote repositories} for more
+ details.
+@@ -2377,21 +2427,23 @@
+ There is no need to edit @file{inetd.conf} or start a
+ @sc{cvs} server daemon.
+
+-@cindex :server:, setting up
+-@cindex :ext:, setting up
++@cindex server method, setting up
++@cindex ext method, setting up
+ @cindex Kerberos, using kerberized rsh
+ @cindex SSH (rsh replacement)
+ @cindex rsh replacements (Kerberized, SSH, &c)
+ There are two access methods that you use in @code{CVSROOT}
+ for rsh. @code{:server:} specifies an internal rsh
+ client, which is supported only by some @sc{cvs} ports.
++This is not supported on most Unix-style systems.
+ @code{:ext:} specifies an external rsh program. By
+ default this is @code{rsh} (unless otherwise specified
+ by the @file{--with-rsh} flag to configure) but you may set the
+ @code{CVS_RSH} environment variable to invoke another
+ program which can access the remote server (for
+ example, @code{remsh} on HP-UX 9 because @code{rsh} is
+-something different). It must be a program which can
++something different, or @code{ssh} to allow the use of secure
++and/or compressed connections). It must be a program which can
+ transmit data to and from the server without modifying
+ it; for example the Windows NT @code{rsh} is not
+ suitable since it by default translates between CRLF
+@@ -2405,6 +2457,12 @@
+ to be inapplicable; consult the documentation for your rsh
+ replacement.
+
++In the Debian and MirBSD versions of @sc{cvs}, you can
++also specify @code{:extssh:} to force use of the Secure
++Shell, or @code{:ext=prog:} or @code{:ext=/path/to/prog:}
++to specify the remote shell to use without needing to
++touch the @code{CVS_RSH} environment variable.
++
+ You may choose to specify the @var{CVS_RSH} option as a method option
+ in the @var{CVSROOT} string to allow you to use different connection tools
+ for different roots (@pxref{The connection method}). For example, allowing
+@@ -2501,15 +2559,19 @@
+ The @samp{--allow-root} option specifies the allowable
+ @sc{cvsroot} directory. Clients which attempt to use a
+ different @sc{cvsroot} directory will not be allowed to
+-connect. If there is more than one @sc{cvsroot}
+-directory which you want to allow, repeat the option.
++connect. To allow a whole class of @sc{cvsroot}, specify
++a POSIX extended regular expression to match allowed
++directories with the @samp{--allow-root-regexp} option.
++These options may be used in conjunction, and both options
++may be repeated to allow access to multiple @sc{cvsroot}
++directories and classes of directories.
+ (Unfortunately, many versions of @code{inetd} have very small
+ limits on the number of arguments and/or the total length
+ of the command. The usual solution to this problem is
+ to have @code{inetd} run a shell script which then invokes
+ @sc{cvs} with the necessary arguments.)
+
+- If your @code{inetd} wants a symbolic service
++If your @code{inetd} wants a symbolic service
+ name instead of a raw port number, then put this in
+ @file{/etc/services}:
+
+@@ -2675,7 +2737,7 @@
+ (@code{info-cvs@@nongnu.org} or @code{bug-cvs@@nongnu.org}) if you use the
+ @sc{cvs} PAM support.
+
+-@strong{WARNING: Using PAM gives the system administrator much more
++@emph{WARNING: Using PAM gives the system administrator much more
+ flexibility about how @sc{cvs} users are authenticated but
+ no more security than other methods. See below for more.}
+
+@@ -2776,7 +2838,7 @@
+ @cindex Login (subcommand)
+ @cindex Password client, using
+ @cindex Authenticated client, using
+-@cindex :pserver:, setting up
++@cindex pserver method, setting up
+ To run a @sc{cvs} command on a remote repository via
+ the password-authenticating server, one specifies the
+ @code{pserver} protocol, optional username, repository host, an
+@@ -2887,7 +2949,7 @@
+ @c FIXME: The bit about "access to the repository
+ @c implies general access to the system is *not* specific
+ @c to pserver; it applies to kerberos and SSH and
+-@c everything else too. Should reorganize the
++@c everything else too. Should reorganise the
+ @c documentation to make this clear.
+ The separate @sc{cvs} password file (@pxref{Password
+ authentication server}) allows people
+@@ -2940,8 +3002,8 @@
+
+ @cindex GSSAPI
+ @cindex Security, GSSAPI
+-@cindex :gserver:, setting up
+-@cindex Kerberos, using :gserver:
++@cindex gserver method, setting up
++@cindex Kerberos, using gserver method
+ GSSAPI is a generic interface to network security
+ systems such as Kerberos 5.
+ If you have a working GSSAPI library, you can have
+@@ -2992,9 +3054,9 @@
+ @node Kerberos authenticated
+ @subsection Direct connection with Kerberos
+
+-@cindex Kerberos, using :kserver:
++@cindex Kerberos, using kserver method
+ @cindex Security, Kerberos
+-@cindex :kserver:, setting up
++@cindex kserver method, setting up
+ The easiest way to use Kerberos is to use the Kerberos
+ @code{rsh}, as described in @ref{Connecting via rsh}.
+ The main disadvantage of using rsh is that all the data
+@@ -3039,7 +3101,7 @@
+ @subsection Connecting with fork
+
+ @cindex fork, access method
+-@cindex :fork:, setting up
++@cindex fork method, setting up
+ This access method allows you to connect to a
+ repository on your local disk via the remote protocol.
+ In other words it does pretty much the same thing as
+@@ -3065,7 +3127,7 @@
+ cvs -d :fork:/usr/local/cvsroot checkout foo
+ @end example
+
+-@cindex CVS_SERVER, and :fork:
++@cindex CVS_SERVER, and fork method
+ As with @code{:ext:}, the server is called @samp{cvs}
+ by default, or the value of the @code{CVS_SERVER}
+ environment variable.
+@@ -3994,7 +4056,7 @@
+ tag.
+
+ @noindent
+-@strong{WARNING: the commands in this section are
++@emph{WARNING: the commands in this section are
+ dangerous; they permanently discard historical
+ information and it can be difficult or impossible to
+ recover from errors. If you are a @sc{cvs}
+@@ -4024,7 +4086,7 @@
+ trigger warnings and will not be deleted.
+
+ @noindent
+-@strong{WARNING: Moving branch tags is very dangerous! If you think
++@emph{WARNING: Moving branch tags is very dangerous! If you think
+ you need the @code{-B} option, think again and ask your @sc{cvs}
+ administrator about it (if that isn't you). There is almost certainly
+ another way to accomplish what you want to accomplish.}
+@@ -4055,7 +4117,7 @@
+ name are ignored with a warning message.
+
+ @noindent
+-@strong{WARNING: Moving branch tags is very dangerous! If you think you
++@emph{WARNING: Moving branch tags is very dangerous! If you think you
+ need the @code{-B} option, think again and ask your @sc{cvs}
+ administrator about it (if that isn't you). There is almost certainly
+ another way to accomplish what you want to accomplish.}
+@@ -4257,7 +4319,7 @@
+ @c until it is ready for the main trunk. The whole
+ @c thing is generally speaking more akin to the
+ @c "Revision management" node although it isn't clear to
+-@c me whether policy matters should be centralized or
++@c me whether policy matters should be centralised or
+ @c distributed throughout the relevant sections.
+ Suppose that release 1.0 of tc has been made. You are continuing to
+ develop tc, planning to create release 1.1 in a couple of months. After a
+@@ -4904,7 +4966,7 @@
+ directory need not change anything. Therefore, there
+ is no conflict.
+
+-@strong{WARNING: In versions of @sc{cvs} prior to 1.12.2, there was a
++@emph{WARNING: In versions of @sc{cvs} prior to 1.12.2, there was a
+ major problem with using @samp{-kk} on merges. Namely, @samp{-kk}
+ overrode any default keyword expansion mode set in the archive file in
+ the repository. This could, unfortunately for some users, cause data
+@@ -5104,7 +5166,7 @@
+ @file{backend.c} to the repository:
+
+ @c This example used to specify
+-@c -m "Optimizer and code generation passes."
++@c -m "Optimiser and code generation passes."
+ @c to the cvs add command, but that doesn't work
+ @c client/server (see log2 in sanity.sh). Should fix CVS,
+ @c but also seems strange to document things which
+@@ -5266,7 +5328,7 @@
+ cvs add: oj.c, version 1.1.1.1, resurrected
+ @end example
+
+-If you realize your mistake before you run the
++If you realise your mistake before you run the
+ @code{remove} command you can use @code{update} to
+ resurrect the file:
+
+@@ -5712,12 +5774,12 @@
+ @node user-defined logging
+ @section User-defined logging
+
+-@c FIXME: probably should centralize this information
++@c FIXME: probably should centralise this information
+ @c here, at least to some extent. Maybe by moving the
+ @c loginfo, etc., nodes here and replacing
+ @c the "user-defined logging" node with one node for
+ @c each method.
+-You can customize @sc{cvs} to log various kinds of
++You can customise @sc{cvs} to log various kinds of
+ actions, in whatever manner you choose. These
+ mechanisms operate by executing a script at various
+ times. The script might append a message to a file
+@@ -5736,7 +5798,7 @@
+ @samp{-o}, @samp{-e}, and @samp{-t} options in the
+ modules file. For a more flexible way of giving
+ notifications to various users, which requires less in
+-the way of keeping centralized scripts up to date, use
++the way of keeping centralised scripts up to date, use
+ the @code{cvs watch add} command (@pxref{Getting
+ Notified}); this command is useful even if you are not
+ using @code{cvs watch on}.
+@@ -5968,7 +6030,7 @@
+ locks, have all developers put "edit -c", "commit -c" in their
+ .cvsrc file, and turn on watches in the repository. This
+ prevents them from doing a @code{cvs edit} if anyone is
+-already editting the file. It also may
++already editing the file. It also may
+ be possible to use plain watches together with suitable
+ procedures (not enforced by software), to avoid having
+ two people edit at the same time.
+@@ -6451,7 +6513,7 @@
+ You can now go ahead and commit this as revision 1.7.
+
+ @example
+-$ cvs commit -m "Initialize scanner. Use symbolic exit values." driver.c
++$ cvs commit -m "Initialise scanner. Use symbolic exit values." driver.c
+ Checking in driver.c;
+ /usr/local/cvsroot/yoyodyne/tc/driver.c,v <-- driver.c
+ new revision: 1.7; previous revision: 1.6
+@@ -6630,7 +6692,7 @@
+ put "edit -c" and "commit -c" into all .cvsrc files,
+ and make files default to read only by turning on watches
+ or putting "cvs -r" into all .cvsrc files.
+-This prevents multiple people from editting a file at
++This prevents multiple people from editing a file at
+ the same time (unless explicitly overriden with @samp{-f}).
+
+ @c I'm a little dissatisfied with this presentation,
+@@ -6875,7 +6937,7 @@
+ There are two additional options that @code{cvs edit} understands as of
+ @sc{cvs} client and server versions 1.12.10 but @code{cvs watch} does not.
+ The first is @code{-c}, which causes @code{cvs edit} to fail if anyone else
+-is editting the file. This is probably only useful when @samp{edit -c} and
++is editing the file. This is probably only useful when @samp{edit -c} and
+ @samp{commit -c} are specified in all developers' @file{.cvsrc} files. This
+ behavior may be overriden this via the @code{-f} option, which overrides
+ @code{-c} and allows multiple edits to succeed.
+@@ -6992,7 +7054,7 @@
+ cons. Let it be said that a lot of this is a matter of
+ opinion or what works given different groups' working
+ styles, but here is a brief description of some of the
+-issues. There are many ways to organize a team of
++issues. There are many ways to organise a team of
+ developers. @sc{cvs} does not try to enforce a certain
+ organization. It is a tool that can be used in several
+ ways.
+@@ -7014,7 +7076,7 @@
+ many groups is that they occur rarely and usually are
+ relatively straightforward to resolve.
+
+-The rarity of serious conflicts may be surprising, until one realizes
++The rarity of serious conflicts may be surprising, until one realises
+ that they occur only when two developers disagree on the proper design
+ for a given section of code; such a disagreement suggests that the
+ team has not been communicating properly in the first place. In order
+@@ -7182,6 +7244,15 @@
+ @item $@splitrcskeyword{Date}$
+ The date and time (UTC) the revision was checked in.
+
++@cindex Mdocdate keyword
++@item $@splitrcskeyword{Mdocdate}$
++The date (UTC) the revision was checked in, in a format suitable
++for the Berkeley mdoc macro processing.
++
++@example
++$Mdocdate: November 18 2017 $
++@end example
++
+ @cindex Header keyword
+ @item $@splitrcskeyword{Header}$
+ A standard header containing the full pathname of the
+@@ -7336,7 +7407,7 @@
+ the source files so that it gets passed through to
+ generated files. For example, if you are managing
+ computer program source code, you might include a
+-variable which is initialized to contain that string.
++variable which is initialised to contain that string.
+ Or some C compilers may provide a @code{#pragma ident}
+ directive. Or a document management system might
+ provide a way to pass a string through to generated
+@@ -7550,13 +7621,14 @@
+ A list may be used. The this example:
+
+ @example
+- # Add a "MyBSD" keyword and restrict keyword
+- # expansion to the MyBSD, Name and Date keywords.
++ # Add a "MyBSD" keyword and restrict keyword expansion
++ # to the MyBSD, Name, Date and Mdocdate keywords.
+ LocalKeyword=MyBSD=CVSHeader
+- KeywordExpand=iMyBSD,Name,Date
++ KeywordExpand=iMyBSD,Name,Date,Mdocdate
+ @end example
+
+-would allow $@splitrcskeyword{MyBSD}$, $@splitrcskeyword{Name}$, and
++would allow $@splitrcskeyword{MyBSD}$, $@splitrcskeyword{Name}$,
++$@splitrcskeyword{Mdocdate} and
+ $@splitrcskeyword{Date}$ to be expanded.
+
+ It is also possible to configure an exclusion list
+@@ -7595,7 +7667,7 @@
+ has been around a long time. However, that patch
+ implemented these features using @code{tag=} and
+ @code{tagexpand=} keywords and those keywords are NOT
+-recognized.
++recognised.
+
+ @c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
+ @node Log keyword
+@@ -7742,7 +7814,7 @@
+ $ cvs import -m "Import of FSF v. 0.05" fsf/wdiff FSF_DIST WDIFF_0_05
+ @end example
+
+-@strong{WARNING: If you use a release tag that already exists in one of the
++@emph{WARNING: If you use a release tag that already exists in one of the
+ repository archives, files removed by an import may not be detected.}
+
+ For files that have not been modified locally, the newly created
+@@ -7786,7 +7858,12 @@
+
+ You can also revert local changes completely and return
+ to the latest vendor release by changing the `head'
+-revision back to the vendor branch on all files. For
++revision back to the vendor branch on all files. This
++does, however, produce weird results if you should ever
++edit this file again, for anyone looking at the output
++from the @code{log} command or CVSweb. To fix this,
++first commit a revision of the file which equals the
++vendor branch, then use @code{admin} @samp{-b}. For
+ example, if you have a checked-out copy of the sources
+ in @file{~/work.d/wdiff}, and you want to revert to the
+ vendor's version for all the files in that directory,
+@@ -7853,6 +7930,10 @@
+ @code{cvs import}. It takes as an argument the vendor
+ branch to import to. The default is @samp{-b 1.1.1}.
+
++Vendor branches can only be in the format 1.1.x where
++@samp{x} is an @emph{uneven} number, because branch
++tags use even numbers.
++
+ For example, suppose that there are two teams, the red
+ team and the blue team, that are sending you sources.
+ You want to import the red team's efforts to branch
+@@ -8030,7 +8111,7 @@
+
+ When @code{PreservePermissions} is in use, some @sc{cvs}
+ operations (such as @samp{cvs status}) will not
+-recognize a file's hard link structure, and so will
++recognise a file's hard link structure, and so will
+ emit spurious warnings about mismatching hard links.
+ The reason is that @sc{cvs}'s internal structure does not
+ make it easy for these operations to collect all the
+@@ -8094,16 +8175,18 @@
+ This appendix describes the overall structure of
+ @sc{cvs} commands, and describes some commands in
+ detail (others are described elsewhere; for a quick
+-reference to @sc{cvs} commands, @pxref{Invoking CVS}).
++reference to @sc{cvs} commands, @pxref{Invoking CVS},
++and for an alphabetical list of all @sc{cvs} commands,
++@pxref{CVS command list}).
+ @c The idea is that we want to move the commands which
+ @c are described here into the main body of the manual,
+ @c in the process reorganizing the manual to be
+-@c organized around what the user wants to do, not
+-@c organized around CVS commands.
++@c organised around what the user wants to do, not
++@c organised around CVS commands.
+ @c
+ @c Note that many users do expect a manual which is
+-@c organized by command. At least some users do.
+-@c One good addition to the "organized by command"
++@c organised by command. At least some users do.
++@c One good addition to the "organised by command"
+ @c section (if any) would be "see also" links.
+ @c The awk manual might be a good example; it has a
+ @c reference manual which is more verbose than Invoking
+@@ -8117,19 +8200,20 @@
+ * Global options:: Options you give to the left of cvs_command
+ * Common options:: Options you give to the right of cvs_command
+ * Date input formats:: Acceptable formats for date specifications
+-* admin:: Administration
++* admin:: Administration front-end for RCS
+ * annotate:: What revision modified each line of a file?
+ * checkout:: Checkout sources for editing
+ * commit:: Check files into the repository
+ * diff:: Show differences between revisions
+ * export:: Export sources from CVS, similar to checkout
+-* history:: Show status of files and users
++* history:: Show repository access history
+ * import:: Import sources into CVS, using vendor branches
+-* log:: Show log messages for files
++* log:: Print out history information for files
+ * ls & rls:: List files in the repository
+-* rdiff:: 'patch' format diffs between releases
++* rdiff:: Create 'patch' format diffs between revisions
+ * release:: Indicate that a directory is no longer in use
+ * server & pserver:: Act as a server for a client on stdin/stdout
++* suck:: Download RCS ,v file raw
+ * update:: Bring work tree in sync with repository
+ @end menu
+
+@@ -8375,6 +8459,31 @@
+ @samp{-N} in the @file{~/.cvsrc} entry for @samp{log},
+ you may need to use @samp{-f} to show the tag names.
+
++@item -g
++Forges group-writable permissions on files in the working copy.
++This option is typically used when you have multiple users sharing
++a single checked out source tree, allowing them to operate their
++shells with a less dangerous umask at the expense of @sc{cvs} security.
++To use this feature, create a directory to hold the checked-out
++source tree, set it to a private group, and set up the directory
++such that files created under it inherit the gid of the directory.
++On BSD systems, this occurs automatically. On SYSV systems and
++GNU/Linux, the sgid bit must be set on the directory for this.
++The users who are to share the checked out tree must be placed in
++that group which owns the directory.
++
++Note that the sharing of a single checked-out source tree is very
++different from giving several users access to a common @sc{cvs} repository.
++Access to a common @sc{cvs} repository already maintains shared group-write
++permissions and does not require this option.
++
++Due to the security implications, setting this option globally in
++your @file{.cvsrc} file is strongly discouraged; if you must, ensure
++all source checkouts are "firewalled" within a private group or a
++private mode 0700 directory.
++
++This option is a MidnightBSD extension merged into Debian and MirBSD @sc{cvs}.
++
+ @item -H
+ @itemx --help
+ Display usage information about the specified @samp{cvs_command}
+@@ -8498,7 +8607,7 @@
+ which are listed with the individual commands, may have
+ different behavior from one @sc{cvs} command to the other).
+
+-@strong{Note: the @samp{history} command is an exception; it supports
++@emph{Note: the @samp{history} command is an exception; it supports
+ many options that conflict even with these standard options.}
+
+ @table @code
+@@ -8523,7 +8632,7 @@
+ slightly different way; @pxref{history options}).
+
+ For a complete description of the date formats accepted by @sc{cvs},
+-@ref{Date input formats}.
++@pxref{Date input formats}.
+ @c What other formats should we accept? I don't want
+ @c to start accepting a whole mess of non-standard
+ @c new formats (there are a lot which are in wide use in
+@@ -8610,7 +8719,7 @@
+ @code{annotate}, @code{checkout}, @code{export},
+ @code{rdiff}, @code{rtag}, and @code{update}.
+
+-@strong{WARNING: The @code{commit} and @code{remove}
++@emph{WARNING: The @code{commit} and @code{remove}
+ commands also have a
+ @samp{-f} option, but it has a different behavior for
+ those commands. See @ref{commit options}, and
+@@ -8631,7 +8740,7 @@
+ @code{checkout}, @code{diff}, @code{export}, @code{import},
+ @code{rdiff}, and @code{update} commands.
+
+-@strong{WARNING: Prior to CVS version 1.12.2, the @samp{-k} flag
++@emph{WARNING: Prior to CVS version 1.12.2, the @samp{-k} flag
+ overrode the @samp{-kb} indication for a binary file. This could
+ sometimes corrupt binary files. @xref{Merging and keywords}, for
+ more.}
+@@ -8660,7 +8769,7 @@
+ specified to run in the modules
+ database (@pxref{modules}); this option bypasses it).
+
+-@strong{Note: this is not the same as the @samp{cvs -n}
++@emph{Note: this is not the same as the @samp{cvs -n}
+ program option, which you can specify to the left of a cvs command!}
+
+ Available with the @code{checkout}, @code{commit}, @code{export},
+@@ -8688,14 +8797,21 @@
+ @item -r @var{tag}[:@var{date}]
+ @cindex HEAD, special tag
+ @cindex BASE, special tag
++@cindex BASE, special date
+ Use the revision specified by the @var{tag} argument (and the @var{date}
+ argument for the commands which accept it) instead of the
+ default @dfn{head} revision. As well as arbitrary tags defined
+ with the @code{tag} or @code{rtag} command, two special tags are
+ always available: @samp{HEAD} refers to the most recent version
+-available in the repository, and @samp{BASE} refers to the
++available in the repository (also known as the tip of the @samp{MAIN}
++branch, also known as trunk; the name of a branch refers to its tip;
++this version of @sc{cvs} introduces @samp{.bhead}, but only for the
++@sc{diff} command, for the same), and @samp{BASE} refers to the
+ revision you last checked out into the current working directory.
+
++@c fixed: HEAD is changed now; .bhead is the name of the branch,
++@c but added for cases where it is unknown.
++@c --mirabilos
+ @c FIXME: What does HEAD really mean? I believe that
+ @c the current answer is the head of the default branch
+ @c for all cvs commands except diff. For diff, it
+@@ -8735,12 +8851,19 @@
+ the name of a branch is interpreted as the most recent
+ revision on that branch.
+
++As a Debian and MirBSD @sc{cvs} extension, specifying @samp{BASE} as the
++@var{date} portion of the argument yields the @emph{base revision} of the
++branch specified by the @var{tag} portion of the argument, i.e. the revision
++on the parent branch the @var{tag} branch split off, or, where both
++branches were the same.
++This option has not received very much testing, beware!
++
+ Specifying the @samp{-q} global option along with the
+ @samp{-r} command option is often useful, to suppress
+ the warning messages when the @sc{rcs} file
+ does not contain the specified tag.
+
+-@strong{Note: this is not the same as the overall @samp{cvs -r} option,
++@emph{Note: this is not the same as the overall @samp{cvs -r} option,
+ which you can specify to the left of a @sc{cvs} command!}
+
+ @samp{-r @var{tag}} is available with the @code{commit} and @code{history}
+@@ -8765,7 +8888,7 @@
+
+ @c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
+ @node admin
+-@appendixsec admin---Administration
++@appendixsec admin---Administration front-end for RCS
+ @cindex Admin (subcommand)
+
+ @itemize @bullet
+@@ -8863,7 +8986,7 @@
+ a future release of @sc{cvs}.
+
+ @item -i
+-Useless with @sc{cvs}. This creates and initializes a
++Useless with @sc{cvs}. This creates and initialises a
+ new @sc{rcs} file, without depositing a revision. With
+ @sc{cvs}, add files with the @code{cvs add} command
+ (@pxref{Adding files}).
+@@ -9135,7 +9258,10 @@
+
+ @itemize @bullet
+ @item
+-Synopsis: annotate [options] files@dots{}
++Synopsis:
++annotate [options] files@dots{}
++
++rannotate [options] files@dots{}
+ @item
+ Requires: repository.
+ @item
+@@ -9144,7 +9270,10 @@
+
+ For each file in @var{files}, print the head revision
+ of the trunk, together with information on the last
+-modification for each line.
++modification for each line. If backwards annotation
++is requested, show the first modification after the
++specified revision. (Backwards annotation currently
++appears to be broken.)
+
+ @menu
+ * annotate options:: annotate options
+@@ -9160,6 +9289,10 @@
+ them):
+
+ @table @code
++@item -b
++Backwards, show when a line was removed.
++Currently appears to be broken.
++
+ @item -l
+ Local directory only, no recursion.
+
+@@ -9455,8 +9588,7 @@
+
+ @itemize @bullet
+ @item
+-Synopsis: commit [-lnRf] [-m 'log_message' |
+--F file] [-r revision] [files@dots{}]
++Synopsis: commit [-lnRf] [-m 'log_message' | -F file] [-r revision] [files@dots{}]
+ @item
+ Requires: working directory, repository.
+ @item
+@@ -9501,8 +9633,11 @@
+
+ At @code{commit}, a unique commitid is placed in the @sc{rcs}
+ file inside the repository. All files committed at once
+-get the same commitid. The commitid can be retrieved with
+-the @code{log} and @code{status} command; see @ref{log},
++get the same commitid, a string consisting only of hexadecimal
++digits (usually 16 in GNU @sc{cvs}, 19 in Debian and MirBSD @sc{cvs}).
++FSF GNU @sc{cvs} 1.11 and OpenBSD OpenCVS do not support commitids yet.
++The commitid can be retrieved with
++the @code{log} and @code{status} command; see @ref{log} and
+ @ref{File status}.
+
+ @menu
+@@ -9621,7 +9756,7 @@
+ group would like to work on this software with you, but
+ without disturbing main-line development, you could
+ commit your change to a new branch. Others can then
+-checkout your experimental stuff and utilize the full
++checkout your experimental stuff and utilise the full
+ benefit of @sc{cvs} conflict resolution. The scenario might
+ look like:
+
+@@ -9685,7 +9820,7 @@
+ under them will be compared.
+
+ The exit status for diff is different than for other
+-@sc{cvs} commands; for details @ref{Exit status}.
++@sc{cvs} commands; for details @pxref{Exit status}.
+
+ @menu
+ * diff options:: diff options
+@@ -10394,7 +10529,7 @@
+
+ @c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
+ @node history
+-@appendixsec history---Show status of files and users
++@appendixsec history---Show repository access history
+ @cindex history (subcommand)
+
+ @itemize @bullet
+@@ -10425,7 +10560,7 @@
+ (@file{$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/history}) with read and write permissions for all
+ users (@pxref{Creating a repository}).
+
+-@strong{Note: @code{history} uses @samp{-f}, @samp{-l},
++@emph{Note: @code{history} uses @samp{-f}, @samp{-l},
+ @samp{-n}, and @samp{-p} in ways that conflict with the
+ normal use inside @sc{cvs} (@pxref{Common options}).}
+
+@@ -10774,12 +10909,14 @@
+
+ @c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
+ @node log
+-@appendixsec log---Print out log information for files
++@appendixsec log---Print out history information for files
+ @cindex log (subcommand)
+
+ @itemize @bullet
+ @item
+ Synopsis: log [options] [files@dots{}]
++
++rlog [options] [files@dots{}]
+ @item
+ Requires: repository, working directory.
+ @item
+@@ -10805,7 +10942,7 @@
+ the @code{$TZ} environment variable, which can be set to
+ govern how @code{log} displays dates.
+
+-@strong{Note: @code{log} uses @samp{-R} in a way that conflicts
++@emph{Note: @code{log} uses @samp{-R} in a way that conflicts
+ with the normal use inside @sc{cvs} (@pxref{Common options}).}
+
+ @menu
+@@ -10997,13 +11134,15 @@
+
+ @c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
+ @node ls & rls
+-@appendixsec ls & rls
++@appendixsec ls & rls---List files in the repository
+ @cindex ls (subcommand)
+ @cindex rls (subcommand)
+
+ @itemize @bullet
+ @item
+ ls [-e | -l] [-RP] [-r tag[:date]] [-D date] [path@dots{}]
++
++rls [-e | -l] [-RP] [-r tag[:date]] [-D date] [path@dots{}]
+ @item
+ Requires: repository for @code{rls}, repository & working directory for
+ @code{ls}.
+@@ -11095,7 +11234,7 @@
+
+ @c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
+ @node rdiff
+-@appendixsec rdiff---'patch' format diffs between releases
++@appendixsec rdiff---Create 'patch' format diffs between revisions
+ @cindex rdiff (subcommand)
+
+ @itemize @bullet
+@@ -11173,6 +11312,9 @@
+ @item -c
+ Use the context diff format. This is the default format.
+
++@item -p
++Show which C function each change is in.
++
+ @item -s
+ Create a summary change report instead of a patch. The
+ summary includes information about files that were
+@@ -11231,7 +11373,7 @@
+
+ @c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
+ @node release
+-@appendixsec release---Indicate that a Module is no longer in use
++@appendixsec release---Indicate that a directory is no longer in use
+ @cindex release (subcommand)
+
+ @itemize @bullet
+@@ -11282,7 +11424,7 @@
+ succeeds. If this flag is not given your files will
+ remain in your working directory.
+
+-@strong{WARNING: The @code{release} command deletes
++@emph{WARNING: The @code{release} command deletes
+ all directories and files recursively. This
+ has the very serious side-effect that any directory
+ that you have created inside your checked-out sources,
+@@ -11386,6 +11528,25 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
++@node suck
++@appendixsec suck---Download RCS ,v file raw
++@cindex suck (subcommand)
++
++@itemize @bullet
++@item
++suck module/pa/th
++@item
++Requires: repository
++@end itemize
++
++Locates the file module/pa/th,v or module/pa/Attic/th,v and downloads
++it raw as RCS comma-v file.
++
++Output consists of the real pathname of the comma-v file, relative to
++the CVS repository, followed by a newline and the binary file content
++immediately thereafter.
++
++@c - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
+ @node update
+ @appendixsec update---Bring work tree in sync with repository
+ @cindex update (subcommand)
+@@ -11635,6 +11796,8 @@
+ references to where each command or feature is
+ described in detail. For other references run the
+ @code{cvs --help} command, or see @ref{Index}.
++For an alphabetical list of all @sc{cvs} commands,
++@pxref{CVS command list}).
+
+ A @sc{cvs} command looks like:
+
+@@ -11646,10 +11809,15 @@
+
+ @table @code
+ @item --allow-root=@var{rootdir}
+-Specify legal @sc{cvsroot} directory (server only) (not
+-in @sc{cvs} 1.9 and older). See @ref{Password
++Specify acceptable @sc{cvsroot} directory (server only).
++Appeared in @sc{cvs} 1.10. See @ref{Password
+ authentication server}.
+
++@item --allow-root-regexp=@var{rootdir}
++Specify a POSIX extended regular expression which matches acceptable
++@sc{cvsroot} directories (server only). Appeared in @sc{cvs}
++1.12.14. See @ref{Password authentication server}.
++
+ @item -a
+ Authenticate all communication (client only) (not in @sc{cvs}
+ 1.9 and older). See @ref{Global options}.
+@@ -11669,6 +11837,10 @@
+ Do not read the @file{~/.cvsrc} file. See @ref{Global
+ options}.
+
++@item -g
++Set the umask to allow group writable permissions in
++the working copy. See @ref{Global options}.
++
+ @item -H
+ @itemx --help
+ Print a help message. See @ref{Global options}.
+@@ -11730,6 +11902,7 @@
+ @example
+ $@splitrcskeyword{Author}: joe $
+ $@splitrcskeyword{Date}: 1993/12/09 03:21:13 $
++$@splitrcskeyword{Mdocdate}: December 9 1993 $
+ $@splitrcskeyword{CVSHeader}: files/file1,v 1.1 1993/12/09 03:21:13 joe Exp harry $
+ $@splitrcskeyword{Header}: /home/files/file1,v 1.1 1993/12/09 03:21:13 joe Exp harry $
+ $@splitrcskeyword{Id}: file1,v 1.1 1993/12/09 03:21:13 joe Exp harry $
+@@ -11756,6 +11929,7 @@
+
+ @table @code
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{add}
+ @item add [@var{options}] [@var{files}@dots{}]
+ Add a new file/directory. See @ref{Adding files}.
+
+@@ -11877,7 +12051,8 @@
+ @item -j @var{tag}[:@var{date}]
+ Merge in the change specified by @var{tag}, or when @var{date} is specified
+ and @var{tag} is a branch tag, the version from the branch @var{tag} as it
+-existed on @var{date}. See @ref{checkout options}.
++existed on @var{date}. See @ref{checkout options}. Also,
++see @ref{Common options}.
+
+ @item -k @var{kflag}
+ Use @var{kflag} keyword expansion. See
+@@ -11907,7 +12082,7 @@
+ @item -r @var{tag}[:@var{date}]
+ Checkout the revision already tagged with @var{tag} or, when @var{date} is
+ specified and @var{tag} is a branch tag, the version from the branch @var{tag}
+-as it existed on @var{date}. This . See @ref{Common options}.
++as it existed on @var{date}. See @ref{Common options}.
+
+ @item -s
+ Like -c, but include module status. See @ref{checkout options}.
+@@ -11992,6 +12167,7 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{edit}
+ @item edit [@var{options}] [@var{files}@dots{}]
+ Get ready to edit a watched file. See @ref{Editing files}.
+
+@@ -12003,7 +12179,7 @@
+ @ref{Editing files}.
+
+ @item -c
+-Check edits: Edit fails if someone else is already editting the file.
++Check edits: Edit fails if someone else is already editing the file.
+ Requires a @sc{cvs} client and server both of version 1.12.10 or greater.
+
+ @item -f
+@@ -12018,6 +12194,7 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{editors}
+ @item editors [@var{options}] [@var{files}@dots{}]
+ See who is editing a watched file. See @ref{Watch information}.
+
+@@ -12163,14 +12340,17 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{init}
+ @item init
+ Create a @sc{cvs} repository if it doesn't exist. See
+ @ref{Creating a repository}.
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{kserver}
+ @item kserver
+ Kerberos authenticated server.
+-See @ref{Kerberos authenticated}.
++@xref{server & pserver}.
++@xref{Kerberos authenticated}.
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
+ @item log [@var{options}] [@var{files}@dots{}]
+@@ -12211,21 +12391,55 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{login}
+ @item login
+ Prompt for password for authenticating server. See
+ @ref{Password authentication client}.
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{logout}
+ @item logout
+ Remove stored password for authenticating server. See
+ @ref{Password authentication client}.
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{ls}
++@item ls [@var{options}] [@var{path}@dots{}]
++List files available from CVS. See @ref{ls & rls}.
++
++@table @code
++@item -d
++Show dead revisions (with tag when specified).
++See @ref{ls & rls options}.
++
++@item -e
++Display in CVS/Entries format.
++
++@item -l
++Display all details.
++
++@item -P
++Prune empty directories. See @ref{Moving directories}.
++
++@item -R
++List recursively. @xref{Recursive behavior}.
++
++@item -D @var{date}
++Show files from date. See @ref{Common options}.
++
++@item -r @var{rev}
++Show files with revision or tag.
++@end table
++
++@c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{pserver}
+ @item pserver
+ Password authenticated server.
+-See @ref{Password authentication server}.
++@xref{server & pserver}.
++@xref{Password authentication server}.
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{rannotate}
+ @item rannotate [@var{options}] [@var{modules}@dots{}]
+ Show last revision where each line was modified. See
+ @ref{annotate}.
+@@ -12298,7 +12512,7 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
+-@item release [@var{options}] @var{directory}
++@item release [@var{options}] @var{directories}@dots{}
+ Indicate that a directory is no longer in use. See
+ @ref{release}.
+
+@@ -12308,6 +12522,7 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{remove}
+ @item remove [@var{options}] [@var{files}@dots{}]
+ Remove an entry from the repository. See @ref{Removing files}.
+
+@@ -12324,6 +12539,7 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{rlog}
+ @item rlog [@var{options}] [@var{files}@dots{}]
+ Print out history information for modules. See @ref{log}.
+
+@@ -12361,9 +12577,40 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{rls}
++@item rls [@var{options}] [@var{path}@dots{}]
++List files in a module. See @ref{ls & rls}.
++
++@table @code
++@item -d
++Show dead revisions (with tag when specified).
++See @ref{ls & rls options}.
++
++@item -e
++Display in CVS/Entries format.
++
++@item -l
++Display all details.
++
++@item -P
++Prune empty directories. See @ref{Moving directories}.
++
++@item -R
++List recursively. @xref{Recursive behavior}.
++
++@item -D @var{date}
++Show files from date. See @ref{Common options}.
++
++@item -r @var{rev}
++Show files with revision or tag.
++@end table
++
++@c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{rtag}
+ @item rtag [@var{options}] @var{tag} @var{modules}@dots{}
+ Add a symbolic tag to a module.
+-See @ref{Revisions} and @ref{Branching and merging}.
++@xref{Tagging by date/tag}.
++@xref{Creating a branch}.
+
+ @table @code
+ @item -a
+@@ -12407,10 +12654,18 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{server}
+ @item server
+-Rsh server. See @ref{Connecting via rsh}.
++SSH/rsh server.
++@xref{server & pserver}.
++@xref{Connecting via rsh}.
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@item suck @var{module/filename}
++Download RCS ,v file raw. See @ref{suck}.
++
++@c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{status}
+ @item status [@var{options}] @var{files}@dots{}
+ Display status information in a working directory. See
+ @ref{File status}.
+@@ -12427,9 +12682,11 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{tag}
+ @item tag [@var{options}] @var{tag} [@var{files}@dots{}]
+ Add a symbolic tag to checked out version of files.
+-See @ref{Revisions} and @ref{Branching and merging}.
++@xref{Tagging the working directory}.
++@xref{Creating a branch}.
+
+ @table @code
+ @item -b
+@@ -12465,6 +12722,7 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{unedit}
+ @item unedit [@var{options}] [@var{files}@dots{}]
+ Undo an edit command. See @ref{Editing files}.
+
+@@ -12541,6 +12799,7 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{version}
+ @item version
+ @cindex version (subcommand)
+
+@@ -12548,6 +12807,7 @@
+ is remote, display both the client and server versions.
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{watch}
+ @item watch [on|off|add|remove] [@var{options}] [@var{files}@dots{}]
+
+ on/off: turn on/off read-only checkouts of files. See
+@@ -12572,6 +12832,7 @@
+ @end table
+
+ @c ------------------------------------------------------------
++@anchor{watchers}
+ @item watchers [@var{options}] [@var{files}@dots{}]
+ See who is watching a file. See @ref{Watch information}.
+
+@@ -12711,7 +12972,7 @@
+ @item @var{mname} [ options ] @var{dir} [ @var{files}@dots{} ]
+ In the simplest case, this form of module definition
+ reduces to @samp{@var{mname} @var{dir}}. This defines
+-all the files in directory @var{dir} as module mname.
++all the files in directory @var{dir} as module @var{mname}.
+ @var{dir} is a relative path (from @code{$CVSROOT}) to a
+ directory of source in the source repository. In this
+ case, on checkout, a single directory called
+@@ -12934,7 +13195,7 @@
+ @sc{cvs} will execute this program on the server from a temporary
+ directory. The path is searched for this program.
+
+-If using ``local access'' (on a local or remote NFS file system, i.e.
++If using ``local access'' (on a local or remote NFS filesystem, i.e.
+ repository set just to a path),
+ the program will be executed from the newly checked-out tree, if
+ found there, or alternatively searched for in the path if not.
+@@ -12975,7 +13236,7 @@
+ mechanisms outside @sc{cvs}, to insert any necessary
+ changes.
+
+-@strong{WARNING: do not use @code{COPY} with
++@emph{WARNING: do not use @code{COPY} with
+ @sc{cvs} 1.9 or earlier - such versions of @sc{cvs} will
+ copy one version of your file over the other, wiping
+ out the previous contents.}
+@@ -13353,7 +13614,7 @@
+
+ There are three kinds of programs that can be run on
+ commit. They are specified in files in the repository,
+-as described below. The following table summarizes the
++as described below. The following table summarises the
+ file names and the purpose of the corresponding
+ programs.
+
+@@ -13466,10 +13727,10 @@
+ your @file{loginfo} command line templates, you will most likely have to
+ rewrite any scripts called by the hook to handle the new argument format.
+
+-Also note that the way @samp{%} followed by unrecognized characters and by
++Also note that the way @samp{%} followed by unrecognised characters and by
+ @samp{@{@}} was treated in past versions of CVS is not strictly adhered to as
+ there were bugs in the old versions. Specifically, @samp{%@{@}} would eat the
+-next character and unrecognized strings resolved only to the empty string,
++next character and unrecognised strings resolved only to the empty string,
+ which was counter to what was stated in the documentation. This version will
+ do what the documentation said it should have (if you were using only some
+ combination of @samp{%@{sVv@}}, e.g. @samp{%@{sVv@}}, @samp{%@{sV@}}, or
+@@ -13749,7 +14010,7 @@
+
+ The @file{loginfo} file is used to control where log information is sent after
+ versioned changes are made to repository archive files and after directories
+-are added ot the repository. @ref{posttag} for how to log tagging
++are added to the repository. @ref{posttag} for how to log tagging
+ information and @ref{postadmin} for how to log changes due to the @code{admin}
+ command.
+
+@@ -13779,14 +14040,11 @@
+ @file{loginfo} supports:
+
+ @table @t
+-@item @{stVv@}
++@item @{sVv@}
+ File attributes, where:
+ @table @t
+ @item s
+ file name
+-@item T
+-tag name of destination, or the empty string when there is no associated
+-tag name (this usually means the trunk)
+ @item V
+ old version number (pre-checkin)
+ @item v
+@@ -13795,7 +14053,7 @@
+ @end table
+
+ For example, some valid format strings are @samp{%%},
+-@samp{%s}, @samp{%@{s@}}, and @samp{%@{stVv@}}.
++@samp{%s}, @samp{%@{s@}}, and @samp{%@{sVv@}}.
+
+ @cindex loginfo (admin file), updating legacy repositories
+ @cindex compatibility notes, loginfo admin file
+@@ -14210,7 +14468,7 @@
+
+ @itemize @bullet
+ @item
+-The list is initialized to include certain file name
++The list is initialised to include certain file name
+ patterns: names associated with @sc{cvs}
+ administration, or with other common source control
+ systems; common names for patch files, object files,
+@@ -14378,7 +14636,7 @@
+ the server machine, and don't get any reasonable
+ expansion if pserver (@pxref{Password authenticated})
+ is in use; therefore user variables (see below) may be
+-a better choice to customize behavior based on the user
++a better choice to customise behavior based on the user
+ running @sc{cvs}.
+ @c Based on these limitations, should we deprecate ~?
+ @c What is it good for? Are people using it?
+@@ -14442,6 +14700,7 @@
+ random string of printable characters of at least 16
+ characters length. Users should assume that it may
+ someday grow to at most 256 characters in length.
++Currently, Debian and MirBSD @sc{cvs} uses 19 characters.
+ @end table
+
+ If you want to pass a value to the administrative files
+@@ -14613,7 +14872,7 @@
+ @cindex KeywordExpand, in CVSROOT/config
+ @item KeywordExpand=@var{value}
+ Specify @samp{i} followed by a list of keywords to be expanded
+-(for example, @samp{KeywordExpand=iMYCVS,Name,Date}),
++(for example, @samp{KeywordExpand=iMYCVS,Name,Date,Mdocdate}),
+ or @samp{e} followed by a list of keywords not to be expanded
+ (for example, @samp{KeywordExpand=eCVSHeader}).
+ For more on keyword expansion, see @ref{Configuring keyword expansion}.
+@@ -14632,7 +14891,7 @@
+ write access only to @var{directory}, not to the
+ repository.
+ It can also be used to put the locks on a very fast
+-in-memory file system to speed up locking and unlocking
++in-memory filesystem to speed up locking and unlocking
+ the repository.
+ You need to create @var{directory}, but
+ @sc{cvs} will create subdirectories of @var{directory} as it
+@@ -14657,7 +14916,9 @@
+ Default of @samp{TOEFWUPCGMAR} (or simply @samp{all}) will log
+ all transactions. Any subset of the default is
+ legal. (For example, to only log transactions that modify the
+-@file{*,v} files, use @samp{LogHistory=TMAR}.) To disable history logging
++@file{*,v} files, use @samp{LogHistory=TMAR} which is nowadays
++set by @code{cvs init} by default.)
++To disable history logging
+ completely, use @samp{LogHistory=}.
+
+ @cindex MaxCommentLeaderLength, in CVSROOT/config
+@@ -14743,11 +15004,11 @@
+ the log message should always be reread; @samp{no}
+ or @samp{never}, indicating that it should never be
+ reread; or @var{value} may be @samp{stat}, indicating
+-that the file should be checked with the file system
++that the file should be checked with the filesystem
+ @samp{stat()} function to see if it has changed (see warning below)
+ before rereading. The default value is @samp{always}.
+
+-@strong{Note: the `stat' mode can cause CVS to pause for up to
++@emph{Note: the `stat' mode can cause CVS to pause for up to
+ one extra second per directory committed. This can be less IO and
+ CPU intensive but is not recommended for use with large repositories}
+
+@@ -14879,11 +15140,12 @@
+ check out from a read-only repository, such as within
+ an anoncvs server, or from a @sc{cd-rom} repository.
+
+-It has the same effect as if the @samp{-R} command-line
++Setting this has the same effect as if the @samp{-R} command-line
+ option is used. This can also allow the use of
+ read-only NFS repositories.
+
+ @item $CVSUMASK
++@anchor{CVSUMASK}
+ Controls permissions of files in the repository. See
+ @ref{File permissions}.
+
+@@ -14977,11 +15239,24 @@
+
+ @cindex CVS_CLIENT_LOG, environment variable
+ @item $CVS_CLIENT_LOG
+-Used for debugging only in client-server
+-mode. If set, everything sent to the server is logged
+-into @file{@code{$CVS_CLIENT_LOG}.in} and everything
+-sent from the server is logged into
+-@file{@code{$CVS_CLIENT_LOG}.out}.
++Used for debugging only in client-server mode.
++If set and not empty, everything sent to the server is logged
++into @file{@code{$CVS_CLIENT_LOG}.in}, and everything received
++from the server is logged into @file{@code{$CVS_CLIENT_LOG}.out}.
++
++@cindex CVS_SECONDARY_LOG, environment variable
++@item $CVS_SECONDARY_LOG
++Used for debugging only in secondary write proxy mode.
++If set and not empty, everything sent to the primary server is logged
++into @file{@code{$CVS_SECONDARY_LOG}.in}, and everything received
++from the primary server is logged into @file{@code{$CVS_SECONDARY_LOG}.out}.
++
++@cindex CVS_SERVER_LOG, environment variable
++@item $CVS_SERVER_LOG
++Used for debugging only in client-server mode.
++If set and not empty, everything sent to the client is logged
++into @file{@code{$CVS_SERVER_LOG}.in}, and everything received
++from the client is logged into @file{@code{$CVS_SERVER_LOG}.out}.
+
+ @cindex CVS_SERVER_SLEEP, environment variable
+ @item $CVS_SERVER_SLEEP
+@@ -15047,7 +15322,7 @@
+ @c If you "cvs rm" and commit using 1.3, then you'll
+ @c want to run "rcs -sdead <file,v>" on each of the
+ @c files in the Attic if you then want 1.5 and
+-@c later to recognize those files as dead (I think the
++@c later to recognise those files as dead (I think the
+ @c symptom if this is not done is that files reappear
+ @c in joins). (Wait: the above will work but really to
+ @c be strictly correct we should suggest checking
+@@ -15172,6 +15447,7 @@
+ specific reason for denying authorization. Check that
+ the username and password specified are correct and
+ that the @code{CVSROOT} specified is allowed by @samp{--allow-root}
++or @samp{--allow-root-regexp}
+ in @file{inetd.conf}. See @ref{Password authenticated}.
+
+ @item cvs @var{command}: conflict: removed @var{file} was modified by second party
+@@ -15614,21 +15890,21 @@
+ access method you are using.
+
+ @table @code
+-@cindex :ext:, troubleshooting
++@cindex ext method, troubleshooting
+ @item :ext:
+ Try running the rsh program from the command line. For
+ example: "rsh servername cvs -v" should print @sc{cvs}
+ version information. If this doesn't work, you need to
+ fix it before you can worry about @sc{cvs} problems.
+
+-@cindex :server:, troubleshooting
++@cindex server method, troubleshooting
+ @item :server:
+ You don't need a command line rsh program to use this
+ access method, but if you have an rsh program around,
+ it may be useful as a debugging tool. Follow the
+ directions given for :ext:.
+
+-@cindex :pserver:, troubleshooting
++@cindex pserver method, troubleshooting
+ @item :pserver:
+ Errors along the lines of "connection refused" typically indicate
+ that inetd isn't even listening for connections on port 2401
+@@ -15806,6 +16082,16 @@
+ the file @file{doc/ChangeLog} in the @sc{cvs} source
+ distribution.
+
++The MirOS Project uses @sc{cvs} heavily in MirOS BSD and the
++MirPorts Framework and has enhanced it as well as packaged it
++as the "new" Debian CVS package. Responsible:
++
++@display
++Thorsten Glaser <@t{tg@@mirbsd.org}>
++@end display
++
++CVS Homepage: @url{http://www.nongnu.org/cvs/}
++
+ @c ---------------------------------------------------------------------
+ @node BUGS
+ @appendix Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
+@@ -15910,6 +16196,49 @@
+ comprehensive, detailed list of known bugs.
+
+ @c ---------------------------------------------------------------------
++@node CVS command list
++@appendix Alphabetical list of all CVS commands
++
++@xref{Cederqvist, the introduction into the manual, CVS manual Table of Contents}.
++
++@menu
++* add:: Add a new file/directory to the repository
++* admin:: Administration front-end for RCS
++* annotate:: Show last revision where each line was modified
++* checkout:: Checkout sources for editing
++* commit:: Check files into the repository
++* diff:: Show differences between revisions
++* edit:: Get ready to edit a watched file
++* editors:: See who is editing a watched file
++* export:: Export sources from CVS, similar to checkout
++* history:: Show repository access history
++* import:: Import sources into CVS, using vendor branches
++* init:: Create a CVS repository
++* kserver:: Act in Kerberos server mode
++* log:: Print out history information for files
++* login:: Prompt for password for authenticating server
++* logout:: Removes entry in .cvspass for remote repository
++* ls:: List files available from CVS
++* pserver:: Act in password server mode
++* rannotate:: Show last revision where each line of module was modified
++* rdiff:: Create 'patch' format diffs between revisions
++* release:: Indicate that a work subdirectory is no longer in use
++* remove:: Remove an entry from the repository
++* rlog:: Print out history information for a module
++* rls:: List files in a module
++* rtag:: Add a symbolic tag to a module
++* server:: Act in server mode
++* suck:: Download RCS ,v file raw
++* status:: Display status information on checked out files
++* tag:: Add a symbolic tag to checked out version of files
++* unedit:: Undo an edit command
++* update:: Bring work tree in sync with repository
++* version:: Show current CVS version(s)
++* watch:: Set watches
++* watchers:: See who is watching a file
++@end menu
++
++@c ---------------------------------------------------------------------
+ @node Index
+ @unnumbered Index
+ @cindex Index
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/doc/cvsclient.texi
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/doc/cvsclient.texi
+@@ -1,6 +1,18 @@
+ \input texinfo @c -*- texinfo -*-
+
+ @setfilename cvsclient.info
++@set MBSDPATCHLEVEL -MirOS-0AB8.4
++@tex
++ % set PA4 paper size (can print on both DIN ISO A4 and US Letter)
++ \globaldefs = 1%
++ \afourpaper%
++ \internalpagesizes{46\baselineskip}{160mm}%
++ {\voffset}{\hoffset}%
++ {\bindingoffset}{36pt}%
++ {28truecm}{21truecm}%
++ \globaldefs = 0%
++@end tex
++@comment $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/doc/cvsclient.texi,v 1.11 2017/11/18 22:37:52 tg Exp $
+ @include version-client.texi
+
+ @dircategory Programming
+@@ -12,10 +24,10 @@
+ @top CVS Client/Server
+
+ This document describes the client/server protocol used by CVS. It does
+-not describe how to use or administer client/server CVS; see the regular
+-CVS manual for that. This is version @value{VERSION} of the protocol
+-specification---@xref{Introduction}, for more on what this version number
+-means.
++not describe how to use or administer client/server CVS; for that,
++@pxref{Top, the regular CVS manual,, cvs, the regular CVS manual}.
++This specification applies to
++@sc{cvs} version @value{VERSION}@value{MBSDPATCHLEVEL} and up.
+
+ @menu
+ * Introduction:: What is CVS and what is the client/server protocol for?
+@@ -53,7 +65,7 @@
+ user documentation, @file{cvs.texinfo}, for that information. The
+ protocol is non-proprietary (anyone who wants to is encouraged to
+ implement it) and an implementation, known as CVS, is available under
+-the GNU Public License. The CVS distribution, containing this
++the GNU General Public License. The CVS distribution, containing this
+ implementation, @file{cvs.texinfo}, and a copy (possibly more or less up
+ to date than what you are reading now) of this document,
+ @file{cvsclient.texi}, can be found at the usual GNU FTP sites, with a
+@@ -149,7 +161,7 @@
+ the client proceeds to start the cvs protocol.
+
+ @item kserver
+-The kerberized server listens on a port (in the current implementation,
++The kerberised server listens on a port (in the current implementation,
+ by having inetd call "cvs kserver") which defaults to 1999. The client
+ connects, sends the usual kerberos authentication information, and then
+ starts the cvs protocol. Note: port 1999 is officially registered for
+@@ -217,7 +229,7 @@
+ close the connection. The @var{code} is a code describing why it
+ failed, intended for computer consumption. The only code currently
+ defined is @samp{0} which is nonspecific, but clients must silently
+-treat any unrecognized codes as nonspecific.
++treat any unrecognised codes as nonspecific.
+ The @var{text} should be supplied to the
+ user. Compatibility note: @sc{cvs} 1.9.10 and older clients will print
+ @code{unrecognized auth response} and @var{text}, and then exit, upon
+@@ -393,13 +405,13 @@
+ @var{mode-type} is an identifier composed of alphanumeric characters.
+ Currently specified: @samp{u} for user, @samp{g} for group, @samp{o}
+ for other (see below for discussion of whether these have their POSIX
+-meaning or are more loose). Unrecognized values of @var{mode-type}
++meaning or are more loose). Unrecognised values of @var{mode-type}
+ are silently ignored.
+
+ @var{data} consists of any data not containing @samp{,}, @samp{\0} or
+ @samp{\n}. For @samp{u}, @samp{g}, and @samp{o} mode types, data
+ consists of alphanumeric characters, where @samp{r} means read, @samp{w}
+-means write, @samp{x} means execute, and unrecognized letters are
++means write, @samp{x} means execute, and unrecognised letters are
+ silently ignored.
+
+ The two most obvious ways in which the mode matters are: (1) is it
+@@ -471,12 +483,13 @@
+ In various contexts, for example the @code{Argument} request and the
+ @code{M} response, one transmits what is essentially an arbitrary
+ string. Often this will have been supplied by the user (for example,
+-the @samp{-m} option to the @code{ci} request). The protocol has no
+-mechanism to specify the character set of such strings; it would be
+-fairly safe to stick to the invariant ISO 646 character set but the
+-existing practice is probably to just transmit whatever the user
+-specifies, and hope that everyone involved agrees which character set is
+-in use, or sticks to a common subset.
++the @samp{-m} option to the @code{ci} request will show up in the
++@code{LOGM} response). The protocol has no mechanism to specify the
++character set of such strings; it would have been, initially, fairly
++safe to stick to the invariant ISO 646 character set but the existing
++practice is probably to just transmit whatever the user specifies,
++and hope that everyone involved agrees which character set is in use,
++or sticks to a common subset. In modern times, UTF-8 should be used.
+
+ @node Dates
+ @section Dates
+@@ -513,7 +526,7 @@
+
+ By convention, requests which begin with a capital letter do not elicit
+ a response from the server, while all others do -- save one. The
+-exception is @samp{gzip-file-contents}. Unrecognized requests will
++exception is @samp{gzip-file-contents}. Unrecognised requests will
+ always elicit a response from the server, even if that request begins
+ with a capital letter.
+
+@@ -568,7 +581,7 @@
+ Response expected: no.
+ Notify a primary server of a server which referred us. Intended to allow
+ a primary (write) server to update the read-only mirror a client is using
+-for reads to minimize races on any subsequent updates from the client.
++for reads to minimise races on any subsequent updates from the client.
+
+ @item Directory @var{local-directory} \n
+ @itemx Relative-directory @var{local-directory} \n
+@@ -828,7 +841,7 @@
+ @end example
+
+ There is no requirement that the client and server clocks be
+-synchronized. The client just sends its recommendation for a timestamp
++synchronised. The client just sends its recommendation for a timestamp
+ (based on file timestamps or whatever), and the server should just believe
+ it (this means that the time might be in the future, for example).
+
+@@ -1227,6 +1240,13 @@
+ directory and @emph{not} a fully qualified @code{CVSROOT} variable.
+ The @code{Root} request need not have been previously sent.
+
++@item suck \n
++Response expected: yes.
++Actually do a @code{cvs suck} command.
++This uses a previous @code{Argument} request (only one, because the
++@code{cvs suck} CLI command takes only one).
++This is an extension specific to MirBSD, MirPorts and Debian.
++
+ @item update \n
+ Response expected: yes. Actually do a @code{cvs update} command. This
+ uses any previous @code{Argument}, @code{Directory}, @code{Entry},
+@@ -1268,7 +1288,7 @@
+ C: Directory .
+ C: 1dir
+ C: add
+-S: M Directory /u/cvsroot/1dir/nsdir added to the repository
++S: M Directory /u/cvsroot/1dir/nsdir put under version control
+ S: ok
+ @end example
+
+@@ -1414,7 +1434,7 @@
+
+ @item @var{other-request} @var{text} \n
+ Response expected: yes.
+-Any unrecognized request expects a response, and does not
++Any unrecognised request expects a response, and does not
+ contain any additional data. The response will normally be something like
+ @samp{error unrecognized request}, but it could be a different error if
+ a previous request which doesn't expect a response produced an error.
+@@ -1640,7 +1660,7 @@
+ @end example
+
+ There is no requirement that the client and server clocks be
+-synchronized. The server just sends its recommendation for a timestamp
++synchronised. The server just sends its recommendation for a timestamp
+ (based on its own clock, presumably), and the client should just believe
+ it (this means that the time might be in the future, for example).
+
+@@ -1757,15 +1777,22 @@
+ exact text which is output is subject to vary at the discretion of the
+ server and the example output given in this document is just that,
+ example output. Servers are encouraged to use the @samp{MT} response,
+-and future versions of this document will hopefully standardize more of
++and future versions of this document will hopefully standardise more of
+ the @samp{MT} tags; see @ref{Text tags}.
+
++@item LOGM @var{text} \n
++Exactly the same as @code{M} but only sent if the client indicates
++supporting it via @code{Valid-responses}, used exclusively for log
++message payload (that is, in @code{cvs log} and @code{cvs rlog},
++the text body the user originally has entered with the @samp{-m}
++option to the @code{ci} request).
++
+ @item Mbinary \n
+ Additional data: file transmission (note: compressed file transmissions
+-are not supported). This is like @samp{M}, except the contents of the
++are not supported). This is like @code{M}, except the contents of the
+ file transmission are binary and should be copied to standard output
+ without translation to local text file conventions. To transmit a text
+-file to standard output, servers should use a series of @samp{M} requests.
++file to standard output, servers should use a series of @code{M} requests.
+
+ @item E @var{text} \n
+ Same as @code{M} but send to stderr not stdout.
+@@ -1789,12 +1816,12 @@
+
+ The @var{tagname} can have several forms. If it starts with @samp{a}
+ to @samp{z} or @samp{A} to @samp{Z}, then it represents tagged text.
+-If the implementation recognizes @var{tagname}, then it may interpret
++If the implementation recognises @var{tagname}, then it may interpret
+ @var{data} in some particular fashion. If the implementation does not
+-recognize @var{tagname}, then it should simply treat @var{data} as
+-text to be sent to the user (similar to an @samp{M} response). There
++recognise @var{tagname}, then it should simply treat @var{data} as
++text to be sent to the user (similar to an @code{M} response). There
+ are two tags which are general purpose. The @samp{text} tag is
+-similar to an unrecognized tag in that it provides text which will
++similar to an unrecognised tag in that it provides text which will
+ ordinarily be sent to the user. The @samp{newline} tag is used
+ without @var{data} and indicates that a newline will ordinarily be
+ sent to the user (there is no provision for embedding newlines in the
+@@ -2133,13 +2160,13 @@
+ The protocol uses an extra network turnaround for protocol negotiation
+ (@code{valid-requests}). It might be nice to avoid this by having the
+ client be able to send requests and tell the server to ignore them if
+-they are unrecognized (different requests could produce a fatal error if
+-unrecognized). To do this there should be a standard syntax for
++they are unrecognised (different requests could produce a fatal error if
++unrecognised). To do this there should be a standard syntax for
+ requests. For example, perhaps all future requests should be a single
+ line, with mechanisms analogous to @code{Argumentx}, or several requests
+ working together, to provide greater amounts of information. Or there
+ might be a standard mechanism for counted data (analogous to that used
+-by @code{Modified}) or continuation lines (like a generalized
++by @code{Modified}) or continuation lines (like a generalised
+ @code{Argumentx}). It would be useful to compare what HTTP is planning
+ in this area; last I looked they were contemplating something called
+ Protocol Extension Protocol but I haven't looked at the relevant IETF
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/doc/getdate.texi
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/doc/getdate.texi
+@@ -1,14 +1,22 @@
+ @c GNU date syntax documentation
++@c $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/doc/getdate.texi,v 1.8 2016/11/08 23:04:36 tg Exp $
+
+ @c Copyright (C) 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002,
+ @c 2003, 2004, 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+-@c Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
+-@c under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or
+-@c any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no
+-@c Invariant Sections, with no Front-Cover Texts, and with no Back-Cover
+-@c Texts. A copy of the license is included in the ``GNU Free
+-@c Documentation License'' file as part of this distribution.
++@c Copyright (c) 2007, 2010 mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
++
++@comment This file is part of the CVS distribution.
++
++@comment CVS is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++@comment it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
++@comment the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
++@comment any later version.
++
++@comment CVS is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
++@comment but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
++@comment MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
++@comment GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+ @node Date input formats
+ @chapter Date input formats
+@@ -55,8 +63,7 @@
+ * Day of week items:: Monday and others.
+ * Relative items in date strings:: next tuesday, 2 years ago.
+ * Pure numbers in date strings:: 19931219, 1440.
+-* Seconds since the Epoch:: @@1078100502.
+-* Specifying time zone rules:: TZ="America/New_York", TZ="UTC0".
++* Seconds since the Epoch:: @@1101064456
+ * Authors of get_date:: Bellovin, Eggert, Salz, Berets, et al.
+ @end menu
+
+@@ -113,8 +120,7 @@
+
+ @cindex language, in dates
+ @cindex time zone item
+-The output of the @command{date} command
+-is not always acceptable as a date string,
++The output of @command{date} is not always acceptable as a date string,
+ not only because of the language problem, but also because there is no
+ standard meaning for time zone items like @samp{IST}. When using
+ @command{date} to generate a date string intended to be parsed later,
+@@ -124,15 +130,21 @@
+
+ @example
+ $ LC_ALL=C TZ=UTC0 date
+-Mon Mar 1 00:21:42 UTC 2004
+-$ TZ=UTC0 date +'%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%SZ'
+-2004-03-01 00:21:42Z
++Fri Dec 15 19:48:05 UTC 2000
++$ TZ=UTC0 date +"%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%SZ"
++2000-12-15 19:48:05Z
++$ date --iso-8601=seconds # a GNU extension
++2000-12-15T11:48:05-0800
++$ date --iso-8601=ns # a GNU extension
++2004-02-29T16:21:42,692722128-0800
+ $ date --iso-8601=ns | tr T ' ' # --iso-8601 is a GNU extension.
+ 2004-02-29 16:21:42,692722128-0800
+ $ date --rfc-2822 # a GNU extension
+-Sun, 29 Feb 2004 16:21:42 -0800
+-$ date +'%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S %z' # %z is a GNU extension.
+-2004-02-29 16:21:42 -0800
++Fri, 15 Dec 2000 11:48:05 -0800
++$ date +"%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S %z" # %z is a GNU extension.
++2000-12-15 11:48:05 -0800
++$ date +'@@%s' # %s is a MirOS extension.
++@@1101064210
+ $ date +'@@%s.%N' # %s and %N are GNU extensions.
+ @@1078100502.692722128
+ @end example
+@@ -234,11 +246,10 @@
+ More generally, the time of day may be given as
+ @samp{@var{hour}:@var{minute}:@var{second}}, where @var{hour} is
+ a number between 0 and 23, @var{minute} is a number between 0 and
+-59, and @var{second} is a number between 0 and 59 possibly followed by
+-@samp{.} or @samp{,} and a fraction containing one or more digits.
+-Alternatively,
+-@samp{:@var{second}} can be omitted, in which case it is taken to
+-be zero.
++59, and @var{second} is a number between 0 and 59, with an optional
++fraction separated by @samp{.} or @samp{,} consisting of digits.
++Alternatively, @samp{:@var{second}} can be omitted, in which case
++it is taken to be zero.
+
+ @findex am @r{in date strings}
+ @findex pm @r{in date strings}
+@@ -299,8 +310,7 @@
+ described in the previous section.
+
+ If neither a time zone item nor a time zone correction is supplied,
+-time stamps are interpreted using the rules of the default time zone
+-(@pxref{Specifying time zone rules}).
++time stamps are interpreted using the rules of the default time zone.
+
+
+ @node Day of week items
+@@ -389,7 +399,7 @@
+ date strings like @samp{this thursday}.
+
+ When a relative item causes the resulting date to cross a boundary
+-where the clocks were adjusted, typically for daylight saving time,
++where the clocks were adjusted, typically for daylight-saving time,
+ the resulting date and time are adjusted accordingly.
+
+ The fuzz in units can cause problems with relative items. For
+@@ -401,7 +411,7 @@
+ @example
+ $ date -R
+ Thu, 31 Jul 2003 13:02:39 -0700
+-$ date --date='-1 month' +'Last month was %B?'
++$ date --date="-1 month" +'Last month was %B?'
+ Last month was July?
+ $ date --date="$(date +%Y-%m-15) -1 month" +'Last month was %B!'
+ Last month was June!
+@@ -440,86 +450,49 @@
+ @node Seconds since the Epoch
+ @section Seconds since the Epoch
+
+-If you precede a number with @samp{@@}, it represents an internal time
+-stamp as a count of seconds. The number can contain an internal
+-decimal point (either @samp{.} or @samp{,}); any excess precision not
+-supported by the internal representation is truncated toward minus
+-infinity. Such a number cannot be combined with any other date
+-item, as it specifies a complete time stamp.
++If you give a string consisting of @samp{@@} followed by a decimal
++number, it is parsed as an internal time stamp, @sc{utc} for
++@acronym{POSIX} compliant systems, @sc{tai} for systems which keep
++time correctly, and directly mapped to a kernel time. The implementation
++handles an optional fraction separated by @samp{.} or @samp{,} and
++truncates to a supported internal precision, rounding towards the
++negative infinity. Since the kernel time stamp represents complete
++date and time information, it cannot be combined with any other
++format given.
+
+ @cindex beginning of time, for @acronym{POSIX}
+ @cindex epoch, for @acronym{POSIX}
+-Internally, computer times are represented as a count of seconds since
+-an epoch---a well-defined point of time. On @acronym{GNU} and
+-@acronym{POSIX} systems, the epoch is 1970-01-01 00:00:00 @sc{utc}, so
+-@samp{@@0} represents this time, @samp{@@1} represents 1970-01-01
+-00:00:01 @sc{utc}, and so forth. @acronym{GNU} and most other
+-@acronym{POSIX}-compliant systems support such times as an extension
+-to @acronym{POSIX}, using negative counts, so that @samp{@@-1}
+-represents 1969-12-31 23:59:59 @sc{utc}.
+-
+-Traditional Unix systems count seconds with 32-bit two's-complement
+-integers and can represent times from 1901-12-13 20:45:52 through
+-2038-01-19 03:14:07 @sc{utc}. More modern systems use 64-bit counts
+-of seconds with nanosecond subcounts, and can represent all the times
+-in the known lifetime of the universe to a resolution of 1 nanosecond.
+-
+-On most systems, these counts ignore the presence of leap seconds.
+-For example, on most systems @samp{@@915148799} represents 1998-12-31
+-23:59:59 @sc{utc}, @samp{@@915148800} represents 1999-01-01 00:00:00
+-@sc{utc}, and there is no way to represent the intervening leap second
+-1998-12-31 23:59:60 @sc{utc}.
+-
+-@node Specifying time zone rules
+-@section Specifying time zone rules
+-
+-@vindex TZ
+-Normally, dates are interpreted using the rules of the current time
+-zone, which in turn are specified by the @env{TZ} environment
+-variable, or by a system default if @env{TZ} is not set. To specify a
+-different set of default time zone rules that apply just to one date,
+-start the date with a string of the form @samp{TZ="@var{rule}"}. The
+-two quote characters (@samp{"}) must be present in the date, and any
+-quotes or backslashes within @var{rule} must be escaped by a
+-backslash.
+-
+-For example, with the @acronym{GNU} @command{date} command you can
+-answer the question ``What time is it in New York when a Paris clock
+-shows 6:30am on October 31, 2004?'' by using a date beginning with
+-@samp{TZ="Europe/Paris"} as shown in the following shell transcript:
+-
+-@example
+-$ export TZ="America/New_York"
+-$ date --date='TZ="Europe/Paris" 2004-10-31 06:30'
+-Sun Oct 31 01:30:00 EDT 2004
+-@end example
++Although the date syntax here can represent any possible time since the
++year zero, computer integers often cannot represent such a wide range of
++time. On @acronym{POSIX} systems, the clock starts at 1970-01-01 00:00:00
++@sc{utc}: @acronym{POSIX} does not require support for times before the
++@acronym{POSIX} Epoch and times far in the future. @acronym{GNU} and
++traditional Unix systems have 32-bit signed @code{time_t} and can represent
++times from 1901-12-13 20:45:52 through 2038-01-19 03:14:07 @sc{utc}, such
++that @samp{@@0} represents the epoch, @samp{@@1} represents 1970-01-01
++00:00:01 @sc{utc}, and so forth, whereas @samp{@@-1}, not mandated by
++@acronym{POSIX}, represents 1969-12-31 23:59:59 @sc{utc}. Systems with
++64-bit signed @code{time_t} can represent all the times in the known
++lifetime of the universe. Modern @acronym{UNIX} systems also can give
++precise timecounters in the nanosecond or even attosecond range with
++a resolution often only a small multiply, like 10000, of the CPU
++frequency (on fast machines).
++
++@acronym{POSIX} conformant systems do not count leap seconds, and their
++kernel time is a seconds-since-epoch representation of @sc{utc} (which
++is a calendar time); the MirOS family of operating systems keeps time
++as seconds since the epoch, @sc{tai}, correctly counting leap seconds
++and providing conversion functions. Most MirBSD ports have already
++switched to a 64-bit signed @code{time_t}, some are using a
++@sc{djb}-compatible @code{tai_t} internally. The rest of this
++document has not been throughoutly checked for @sc{utc} vs @sc{tai}
++correctness. For @acronym{POSIX}ly broken systems, @samp{@@915148799}
++represents 1998-12-31 23:59:59 @sc{utc}, @samp{@@915148800} represents
++1999-01-01 00:00:00 @sc{utc}, and there is no way to represent the
++intervening leap second 1998-12-31 23:59:60 @sc{utc}. Also, calculation
++of time deltas is wrong, such as the age of the MirOS founder is already
++off by more than 10 seconds in 2000.
+
+-In this example, the @option{--date} operand begins with its own
+-@env{TZ} setting, so the rest of that operand is processed according
+-to @samp{Europe/Paris} rules, treating the string @samp{2004-10-31
+-06:30} as if it were in Paris. However, since the output of the
+-@command{date} command is processed according to the overall time zone
+-rules, it uses New York time. (Paris was normally six hours ahead of
+-New York in 2004, but this example refers to a brief Halloween period
+-when the gap was five hours.)
+-
+-A @env{TZ} value is a rule that typically names a location in the
+-@uref{http://www.twinsun.com/tz/tz-link.htm, @samp{tz} database}.
+-A recent catalog of location names appears in the
+-@uref{http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/xtra/tzdate, TWiki Date and Time
+-Gateway}. A few non-@acronym{GNU} hosts require a colon before a
+-location name in a @env{TZ} setting, e.g.,
+-@samp{TZ=":America/New_York"}.
+-
+-The @samp{tz} database includes a wide variety of locations ranging
+-from @samp{Arctic/Longyearbyen} to @samp{Antarctica/South_Pole}, but
+-if you are at sea and have your own private time zone, or if you are
+-using a non-@acronym{GNU} host that does not support the @samp{tz}
+-database, you may need to use a @acronym{POSIX} rule instead. Simple
+-@acronym{POSIX} rules like @samp{UTC0} specify a time zone without
+-daylight saving time; other rules can specify simple daylight saving
+-regimes. @xref{TZ Variable,, Specifying the Time Zone with @code{TZ},
+-libc, The GNU C Library}.
+
+ @node Authors of get_date
+ @section Authors of @code{get_date}
+@@ -545,3 +518,11 @@
+ This chapter was originally produced by Fran@,{c}ois Pinard
+ (@email{pinard@@iro.umontreal.ca}) from the @file{getdate.y} source code,
+ and then edited by K.@: Berry (@email{kb@@cs.umb.edu}).
++
++The version of this chapter you are reading comes with CVS 1.12 (also in
++Debian) and the MirOS family of operating systems; it is based upon an
++older version of the @acronym{GNU} coreutils manual which is not yet
++restricted by the licencing conditions of the GNU Free Documentation
++License, but more freely redistributable. Appropriate changes for
++the in-tree @code{get_date} version of CVS have been applied.
++The MirOS version is maintained by Thorsten Glaser @email{tg@@mirbsd.de}.
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/doc/mkman.pl
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/doc/mkman.pl
+@@ -1,10 +1,12 @@
+ #! @PERL@
++# $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/doc/mkman.pl,v 1.6 2016/11/08 21:12:06 tg Exp $
+ #
+ # Generate a man page from sections of a Texinfo manual.
+ #
+ # Copyright 2004 The Free Software Foundation,
+ # Derek R. Price,
+ # & Ximbiot <http://ximbiot.com>
++# Copyright (c) 2004, 2010 mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
+ #
+ # This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+@@ -62,7 +64,7 @@
+ if $keyword =~ /^(strong|sc|code|file|samp)$/;
+ return "\\fI"
+ if $keyword =~ /^(emph|var|dfn)$/;
+- die "no handler for keyword \`$keyword', found at line $. of file \`$file'\n";
++ die "no handler for keyword '$keyword', found at line $. of file '$file'\n";
+ }
+
+
+@@ -72,8 +74,12 @@
+ {
+ my ($file, $parent, $keyword, $content) = @_;
+
+- return "see node \`$content\\(aq in the CVS manual"
+- if $keyword =~ /^(p?x)?ref$/;
++ return "node \\(aq$content\\(aq in the CVS manual"
++ if $keyword =~ /^ref$/;
++ return "See node \\(aq$content\\(aq in the CVS manual"
++ if $keyword =~ /^xref$/;
++ return "see node \\(aq$content\\(aq in the CVS manual"
++ if $keyword =~ /^pxref$/;
+ return "\\fP\\fP$content"
+ if $keyword =~ /^splitrcskeyword$/;
+
+@@ -91,11 +97,11 @@
+ for my $file (@ARGV)
+ {
+ my $fh = new IO::File "< $file"
+- or die "Failed to open file \`$file': $!";
++ or die "Failed to open file '$file': $!";
+
+ if ($file !~ /\.(texinfo|texi|txi)$/)
+ {
+- print stderr "Passing \`$file' through unprocessed.\n";
++ print stderr "Passing '$file' through unprocessed.\n";
+ # Just cat any file that doesn't look like a Texinfo source.
+ while (my $line = $fh->getline)
+ {
+@@ -104,7 +110,7 @@
+ next;
+ }
+
+- print stderr "Processing \`$file'.\n";
++ print stderr "Processing '$file'.\n";
+ $texi_num++;
+ my $gotone = 0;
+ my $inblank = 0;
+@@ -143,6 +149,9 @@
+ s/\@bullet({}|\b)/\\(bu/g;
+ s/\@dots({}|\b)/\\&.../g;
+
++ # Hack for GNU groff with nroff -Tutf8
++ s/-/\\-/g;
++
+ # Examples should be indented and otherwise untouched
+ if (/^\@example$/)
+ {
+@@ -356,7 +365,7 @@
+ s/\@([{}])/$1/g;
+
+ # Verify we haven't left commands unprocessed.
+- die "Unprocessed command at line $. of file \`$file': "
++ die "Unprocessed command at line $. of file '$file': "
+ . ($1 ? "$1\n" : "<EOL>\n")
+ if /^(?>(?:[^\@]|\@\@)*)\@(\w+|.|$)/;
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/doc/writeproxy.rtf
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/doc/writeproxy.rtf
+@@ -536,8 +536,8 @@
+ \par Write requests should introduce as few new delays into the write process as possible.
+ \par
+ \par }\pard \qj \li0\ri0\widctlpar\aspalpha\aspnum\faauto\qj \li0\ri0\widctlpar\aspalpha\aspnum\faauto\pnrdate0\pnrnot1\adjustright\rin0\lin0\itap0 {\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016926 Secondary}{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016936
+- repository servers should stay as closely synchronized with the primary server as possible. }{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016936 Secondary repository servers should}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016937
+- stay as closely synchronized with the primary server as possible.}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016936 }{This includes updating a secondary }{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016925 that}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016925 which}{
++ repository servers should stay as closely synchronised with the primary server as possible. }{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016936 Secondary repository servers should}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016937
++ stay as closely synchronised with the primary server as possible.}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016936 }{This includes updating a secondary }{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016925 that}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016925 which}{
+ just served as a proxy before releasing its client since otherwise the client may find its workspace out of sync with its read repository.
+ \par }{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016934
+ \par }\pard \qj \li0\ri0\widctlpar\aspalpha\aspnum\faauto\adjustright\rin0\lin0\itap0 {\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016934 Regression tests should be provided to insure that these new features are not broken by future work on CVS.
+@@ -581,12 +581,12 @@
+ \par The }{\f2 CVSROOT/loginfo}{ file in the primary repository will need to be configured to push changes to secondaries on commit. To queue updates, }{\f2 cvslock}{ should be used to lock a single, arbitrary, \'93update\'94
+ directory with every commit. This will allow only a single }{\f2 rsync}{ process to run on any secondary at any given time and avoid over-utilization of bandwidth.
+ \par
+-\par There should exist a script that can be run to resynchronize the entire repository of each secondary server in the event that synchronization is lost since unsynchronized secondaries could prevent commits.
++\par There should exist a script that can be run to resynchronise the entire repository of each secondary server in the event that synchronization is lost since unsynchronised secondaries could prevent commits.
+ \par \line The primary server will intuit its status as the primary by noting that its hostname is the one specified in CVSROOT/config as the pr
+ imary. Thus, all the secondary repositories may be configured and reconfigured by simply configuring or reconfiguring the primary repository since the primary will know to ignore secondary configuration options.
+ \par
+ \par }{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016924 New}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016924 A n}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016923 ew}{ }{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016924 scripting}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016924 CVSROOT/posttag}{ hook
+-}{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016924 s}{ will be needed to synchronize }{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016924 files}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016924 CVSROOT/val-tags}{ after }{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016924 a }{tag}{
++}{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016924 s}{ will be needed to synchronise }{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016924 files}{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016924 CVSROOT/val-tags}{ after }{\deleted\revauthdel1\revdttmdel-2038016924 a }{tag}{
+ \revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016924 , admin, and the watch family of}{ operation}{\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016923 s}{.
+ \par }\pard \qj \li0\ri0\widctlpar\aspalpha\aspnum\faauto\qj \li0\ri0\widctlpar\aspalpha\aspnum\faauto\pnrauth1\pnrdate-2038016924\pnrnot1\adjustright\rin0\lin0\itap0 {\revised\revauth1\revdttm-2038016924
+ \par Secondary repository servers will also need to be set up to pull updates from the primary following a proxy event. This will require an SSH server daemon on the primary similar to the secondary SSH server daemon specified in the previous paragraph.
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/Makefile.am
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/Makefile.am
+@@ -131,12 +131,12 @@
+ ## CVS test scripts for getdate.
+ TESTS += test-getdate.sh
+ MOSTLYCLEANFILES += getdate-expected getdate-got getdate.diff
+-DISTCLEANFILES += getdate.log
++DISTCLEANFILES += getdate.log getdate.log~
+ # Program required by test-getdate.sh for testing getdate.y.
+ check_PROGRAMS += getdate
+ getdate_SOURCES = \
+ error.c \
+- getdate.y
++ getdate.c
+ ## This source file was added only for the getdate test program when compiled
+ ## with GNULIB's error.c.
+ getdate_SOURCES += \
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/__fpending.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/__fpending.h
+@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
+ #include <stddef.h>
+ #include <stdio.h>
+
+-#if HAVE_STDIO_EXT_H
++#if defined(HAVE_STDIO_EXT_H) && (HAVE_STDIO_EXT_H)
+ # include <stdio_ext.h>
+ #endif
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/allocsa.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/allocsa.h
+@@ -19,7 +19,9 @@
+ #ifndef _ALLOCSA_H
+ #define _ALLOCSA_H
+
++#ifdef HAVE_ALLOCA_H
+ #include <alloca.h>
++#endif
+ #include <stddef.h>
+ #include <stdlib.h>
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/chdir-long.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/chdir-long.c
+@@ -39,9 +39,7 @@
+ # define O_DIRECTORY 0
+ #endif
+
+-#ifndef PATH_MAX
+-# error "compile this file only if your system defines PATH_MAX"
+-#endif
++#ifdef PATH_MAX
+
+ struct cd_buf
+ {
+@@ -269,6 +267,8 @@
+ }
+ #endif
+
++#endif /* PATH_MAX */
++
+ /*
+ Local Variables:
+ compile-command: "gcc -DTEST_CHDIR=1 -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I.. -g -O -W -Wall chdir-long.c libcoreutils.a"
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/closeout.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/closeout.c
+@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@
+ when it tries to write out that buffered data. Thus, you would be
+ left with an incomplete output file and the offending program would
+ exit successfully. Even calling fflush is not always sufficient,
+- since some file systems (NFS and CODA) buffer written/flushed data
++ since some filesystems (NFS and CODA) buffer written/flushed data
+ until an actual close call.
+
+ Besides, it's wasteful to check the return value from every call
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/filenamecat.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/filenamecat.c
+@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@
+ newly-allocated storage and return the result.
+ The resulting file name F is such that the commands "ls F" and "(cd
+ DIR; ls BASE)" refer to the same file, where BASE is ABASE with any
+- file system prefixes and leading separators removed.
++ filesystem prefixes and leading separators removed.
+ Arrange for a directory separator if necessary between DIR and BASE
+ in the result, removing any redundant separators.
+ In any case, if BASE_IN_RESULT is non-NULL, set
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/fncase.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/fncase.c
+@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
+-/* fncase.c -- CVS support for case insensitive file systems.
++/* fncase.c -- CVS support for case insensitive filesystems.
+ Jim Blandy <jimb@cyclic.com>
+
+ This file is part of GNU CVS.
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/getcwd.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/getcwd.c
+@@ -151,7 +151,7 @@
+ size_t allocated = size;
+ size_t used;
+
+-#if HAVE_PARTLY_WORKING_GETCWD && !defined AT_FDCWD
++#if HAVE_PARTLY_WORKING_GETCWD
+ /* The system getcwd works, except it sometimes fails when it
+ shouldn't, setting errno to ERANGE, ENAMETOOLONG, or ENOENT. If
+ AT_FDCWD is not defined, the algorithm below is O(N**2) and this
+@@ -204,6 +204,9 @@
+ ino_t dotino;
+ bool mount_point;
+ int parent_status;
++ size_t dirroom;
++ size_t namlen;
++ bool use_d_ino = true;
+
+ /* Look at the parent directory. */
+ #ifdef AT_FDCWD
+@@ -244,110 +247,131 @@
+ goto lose;
+ dotlist[dotlen++] = '/';
+ #endif
+- /* Clear errno to distinguish EOF from error if readdir returns
+- NULL. */
+- __set_errno (0);
+- while ((d = __readdir (dirstream)) != NULL)
++ for (;;)
+ {
++ /* Clear errno to distinguish EOF from error if readdir returns
++ NULL. */
++ __set_errno (0);
++ d = __readdir (dirstream);
++
++ /* When we've iterated through all directory entries without finding
++ one with a matching d_ino, rewind the stream and consider each
++ name again, but this time, using lstat. This is necessary in a
++ chroot on at least one system (glibc-2.3.6 + linux 2.6.12), where
++ .., ../.., ../../.., etc. all had the same device number, yet the
++ d_ino values for entries in / did not match those obtained
++ via lstat. */
++ if (d == NULL && errno == 0 && use_d_ino)
++ {
++ use_d_ino = false;
++ rewinddir (dirstream);
++ d = __readdir (dirstream);
++ }
++
++ if (d == NULL)
++ {
++ if (errno == 0)
++ /* EOF on dirstream, which can mean e.g., that the current
++ directory has been removed. */
++ __set_errno (ENOENT);
++ goto lose;
++ }
+ if (d->d_name[0] == '.' &&
+ (d->d_name[1] == '\0' ||
+ (d->d_name[1] == '.' && d->d_name[2] == '\0')))
+ continue;
+- if (MATCHING_INO (d, thisino) || mount_point)
++
++ if (use_d_ino)
+ {
+- int entry_status;
++ bool match = (MATCHING_INO (d, thisino) || mount_point);
++ if (! match)
++ continue;
++ }
++
++ {
++ int entry_status;
+ #ifdef AT_FDCWD
+- entry_status = fstatat (fd, d->d_name, &st, AT_SYMLINK_NOFOLLOW);
++ entry_status = fstatat (fd, d->d_name, &st, AT_SYMLINK_NOFOLLOW);
+ #else
+- /* Compute size needed for this file name, or for the file
+- name ".." in the same directory, whichever is larger.
+- Room for ".." might be needed the next time through
+- the outer loop. */
+- size_t name_alloc = _D_ALLOC_NAMLEN (d);
+- size_t filesize = dotlen + MAX (sizeof "..", name_alloc);
+-
+- if (filesize < dotlen)
+- goto memory_exhausted;
++ /* Compute size needed for this file name, or for the file
++ name ".." in the same directory, whichever is larger.
++ Room for ".." might be needed the next time through
++ the outer loop. */
++ size_t name_alloc = _D_ALLOC_NAMLEN (d);
++ size_t filesize = dotlen + MAX (sizeof "..", name_alloc);
++
++ if (filesize < dotlen)
++ goto memory_exhausted;
++
++ if (dotsize < filesize)
++ {
++ /* My, what a deep directory tree you have, Grandma. */
++ size_t newsize = MAX (filesize, dotsize * 2);
++ size_t i;
++ if (newsize < dotsize)
++ goto memory_exhausted;
++ if (dotlist != dots)
++ free (dotlist);
++ dotlist = malloc (newsize);
++ if (dotlist == NULL)
++ goto lose;
++ dotsize = newsize;
+
+- if (dotsize < filesize)
+- {
+- /* My, what a deep directory tree you have, Grandma. */
+- size_t newsize = MAX (filesize, dotsize * 2);
+- size_t i;
+- if (newsize < dotsize)
+- goto memory_exhausted;
+- if (dotlist != dots)
+- free (dotlist);
+- dotlist = malloc (newsize);
+- if (dotlist == NULL)
+- goto lose;
+- dotsize = newsize;
+-
+- i = 0;
+- do
+- {
+- dotlist[i++] = '.';
+- dotlist[i++] = '.';
+- dotlist[i++] = '/';
+- }
+- while (i < dotlen);
+- }
++ i = 0;
++ do
++ {
++ dotlist[i++] = '.';
++ dotlist[i++] = '.';
++ dotlist[i++] = '/';
++ }
++ while (i < dotlen);
++ }
+
+- strcpy (dotlist + dotlen, d->d_name);
+- entry_status = __lstat (dotlist, &st);
++ memcpy (dotlist + dotlen, d->d_name, _D_ALLOC_NAMLEN (d));
++ entry_status = __lstat (dotlist, &st);
+ #endif
+- /* We don't fail here if we cannot stat() a directory entry.
+- This can happen when (network) file systems fail. If this
+- entry is in fact the one we are looking for we will find
+- out soon as we reach the end of the directory without
+- having found anything. */
+- if (entry_status == 0 && S_ISDIR (st.st_mode)
+- && st.st_dev == thisdev && st.st_ino == thisino)
+- break;
+- }
++ /* We don't fail here if we cannot stat() a directory entry.
++ This can happen when (network) filesystems fail. If this
++ entry is in fact the one we are looking for we will find
++ out soon as we reach the end of the directory without
++ having found anything. */
++ if (entry_status == 0 && S_ISDIR (st.st_mode)
++ && st.st_dev == thisdev && st.st_ino == thisino)
++ break;
++ }
+ }
+- if (d == NULL)
+- {
+- if (errno == 0)
+- /* EOF on dirstream, which means that the current directory
+- has been removed. */
+- __set_errno (ENOENT);
+- goto lose;
+- }
+- else
+- {
+- size_t dirroom = dirp - dir;
+- size_t namlen = _D_EXACT_NAMLEN (d);
+
+- if (dirroom <= namlen)
++ dirroom = dirp - dir;
++ namlen = _D_EXACT_NAMLEN (d);
++
++ if (dirroom <= namlen)
++ {
++ if (size != 0)
+ {
+- if (size != 0)
+- {
+- __set_errno (ERANGE);
+- goto lose;
+- }
+- else
+- {
+- char *tmp;
+- size_t oldsize = allocated;
+-
+- allocated += MAX (allocated, namlen);
+- if (allocated < oldsize
+- || ! (tmp = realloc (dir, allocated)))
+- goto memory_exhausted;
+-
+- /* Move current contents up to the end of the buffer.
+- This is guaranteed to be non-overlapping. */
+- dirp = memcpy (tmp + allocated - (oldsize - dirroom),
+- tmp + dirroom,
+- oldsize - dirroom);
+- dir = tmp;
+- }
++ __set_errno (ERANGE);
++ goto lose;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ char *tmp;
++ size_t oldsize = allocated;
++
++ allocated += MAX (allocated, namlen);
++ if (allocated < oldsize
++ || ! (tmp = realloc (dir, allocated)))
++ goto memory_exhausted;
++
++ /* Move current contents up to the end of the buffer.
++ This is guaranteed to be non-overlapping. */
++ dirp = memcpy (tmp + allocated - (oldsize - dirroom),
++ tmp + dirroom,
++ oldsize - dirroom);
++ dir = tmp;
+ }
+- dirp -= namlen;
+- memcpy (dirp, d->d_name, namlen);
+- *--dirp = '/';
+ }
++ dirp -= namlen;
++ memcpy (dirp, d->d_name, namlen);
++ *--dirp = '/';
+
+ thisdev = dotdev;
+ thisino = dotino;
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/getdate.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/getdate.c
+@@ -1,7 +1,9 @@
+-/* A Bison parser, made by GNU Bison 1.875c. */
++/* A Bison parser, made by GNU Bison 2.3. */
+
+-/* Skeleton parser for Yacc-like parsing with Bison,
+- Copyright (C) 1984, 1989, 1990, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
++/* Skeleton implementation for Bison's Yacc-like parsers in C
++
++ Copyright (C) 1984, 1989, 1990, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
++ Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+ This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+@@ -15,16 +17,24 @@
+
+ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+ along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
+- Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
+- Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
++ Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor,
++ Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. */
++
++/* As a special exception, you may create a larger work that contains
++ part or all of the Bison parser skeleton and distribute that work
++ under terms of your choice, so long as that work isn't itself a
++ parser generator using the skeleton or a modified version thereof
++ as a parser skeleton. Alternatively, if you modify or redistribute
++ the parser skeleton itself, you may (at your option) remove this
++ special exception, which will cause the skeleton and the resulting
++ Bison output files to be licensed under the GNU General Public
++ License without this special exception.
+
+-/* As a special exception, when this file is copied by Bison into a
+- Bison output file, you may use that output file without restriction.
+- This special exception was added by the Free Software Foundation
+- in version 1.24 of Bison. */
++ This special exception was added by the Free Software Foundation in
++ version 2.2 of Bison. */
+
+-/* Written by Richard Stallman by simplifying the original so called
+- ``semantic'' parser. */
++/* C LALR(1) parser skeleton written by Richard Stallman, by
++ simplifying the original so-called "semantic" parser. */
+
+ /* All symbols defined below should begin with yy or YY, to avoid
+ infringing on user name space. This should be done even for local
+@@ -36,6 +46,9 @@
+ /* Identify Bison output. */
+ #define YYBISON 1
+
++/* Bison version. */
++#define YYBISON_VERSION "2.3"
++
+ /* Skeleton name. */
+ #define YYSKELETON_NAME "yacc.c"
+
+@@ -74,6 +87,7 @@
+ tUDECIMAL_NUMBER = 276
+ };
+ #endif
++/* Tokens. */
+ #define tAGO 258
+ #define tDST 259
+ #define tDAY 260
+@@ -102,8 +116,11 @@
+
+ /* Parse a string into an internal time stamp.
+
+- Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Free Software
+- Foundation, Inc.
++ Copyright (C) 1995, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005
++ Free Software Foundation, Inc.
++
++ Copyright (c) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2016, 2017
++ mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
+
+ This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+@@ -139,6 +156,10 @@
+
+ #include "getdate.h"
+
++#ifdef USE_LIBBSD
++size_t strlcat(char *, const char *, size_t);
++#endif
++
+ /* There's no need to extend the stack, so there's no need to involve
+ alloca. */
+ #define YYSTACK_USE_ALLOCA 0
+@@ -166,10 +187,44 @@
+ #include <stdlib.h>
+ #include <string.h>
+
++#ifndef _STDLIB_H
++#define _STDLIB_H 1 /* GNU bison needs this */
++#endif
++
++#ifndef IN_RCS
+ #include "setenv.h"
+ #include "xalloc.h"
++#else /* IN_RCS */
++#include <unistd.h>
++
++#define HAVE_STRUCT_TM_TM_ZONE 1
++#define HAVE_TM_GMTOFF 1
++
++#define gettime(ts) clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME,(ts))
+
+-#if STDC_HEADERS || (! defined isascii && ! HAVE_ISASCII)
++static void *
++xmalloc(size_t s)
++{
++ static const char xmalloc_enomem[] = "memory exhausted\n";
++ void *x;
++
++ if ((x = malloc(s)) == NULL) {
++ write(2, xmalloc_enomem, sizeof(xmalloc_enomem) - 1);
++ exit(1);
++ }
++
++ return (x);
++}
++
++static void *
++xmemdup(void const *p, size_t s)
++{
++ return (memcpy(xmalloc(s), p, s));
++}
++#endif /* IN_RCS */
++
++#if (defined(STDC_HEADERS) && STDC_HEADERS) || \
++ (!defined(isascii) && !HAVE_ISASCII)
+ # define IN_CTYPE_DOMAIN(c) 1
+ #else
+ # define IN_CTYPE_DOMAIN(c) isascii (c)
+@@ -188,7 +243,8 @@
+ of `digit' even when the host does not conform to POSIX. */
+ #define ISDIGIT(c) ((unsigned int) (c) - '0' <= 9)
+
+-#if __GNUC__ < 2 || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 8) || __STRICT_ANSI__
++#if __GNUC__ < 2 || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 8) || \
++ (defined(__STRICT_ANSI__) && __STRICT_ANSI__)
+ # define __attribute__(x)
+ #endif
+
+@@ -196,6 +252,15 @@
+ # define ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED __attribute__ ((__unused__))
+ #endif
+
++#ifndef __IDSTRING
++#define __IDSTRING(varname, string) \
++ static const char varname[] __attribute__((__used__)) = \
++ "@(""#)" #varname ": " string
++#endif
++
++__IDSTRING(rcsid_code, "$MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/lib/getdate.c,v 1.18 2017/03/26 15:57:46 tg Exp $");
++__IDSTRING(rcsid_bron, "$miros: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/lib/getdate.y,v 1.12 2017/03/26 15:54:06 tg Exp $");
++
+ /* Shift A right by B bits portably, by dividing A by 2**B and
+ truncating towards minus infinity. A and B should be free of side
+ effects, and B should be in the range 0 <= B <= INT_BITS - 2, where
+@@ -292,7 +357,7 @@
+
+ union YYSTYPE;
+ static int yylex (union YYSTYPE *, parser_control *);
+-static int yyerror (parser_control *, char *);
++static int yyerror (parser_control *, const char *);
+ static long int time_zone_hhmm (textint, long int);
+
+
+@@ -310,15 +375,22 @@
+ # define YYERROR_VERBOSE 0
+ #endif
+
+-#if ! defined (YYSTYPE) && ! defined (YYSTYPE_IS_DECLARED)
+-#line 209 "getdate.y"
+-typedef union YYSTYPE {
++/* Enabling the token table. */
++#ifndef YYTOKEN_TABLE
++# define YYTOKEN_TABLE 0
++#endif
++
++#if ! defined YYSTYPE && ! defined YYSTYPE_IS_DECLARED
++typedef union YYSTYPE
++#line 260 "getdate.y"
++{
+ long int intval;
+ textint textintval;
+ struct timespec timespec;
+-} YYSTYPE;
+-/* Line 191 of yacc.c. */
+-#line 322 "getdate.c"
++}
++/* Line 193 of yacc.c. */
++#line 393 "getdate.c"
++ YYSTYPE;
+ # define yystype YYSTYPE /* obsolescent; will be withdrawn */
+ # define YYSTYPE_IS_DECLARED 1
+ # define YYSTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL 1
+@@ -329,56 +401,171 @@
+ /* Copy the second part of user declarations. */
+
+
+-/* Line 214 of yacc.c. */
+-#line 334 "getdate.c"
++/* Line 216 of yacc.c. */
++#line 406 "getdate.c"
++
++#ifdef short
++# undef short
++#endif
++
++#ifdef YYTYPE_UINT8
++typedef YYTYPE_UINT8 yytype_uint8;
++#else
++typedef unsigned char yytype_uint8;
++#endif
++
++#ifdef YYTYPE_INT8
++typedef YYTYPE_INT8 yytype_int8;
++#elif (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
++typedef signed char yytype_int8;
++#else
++typedef short int yytype_int8;
++#endif
++
++#ifdef YYTYPE_UINT16
++typedef YYTYPE_UINT16 yytype_uint16;
++#else
++typedef unsigned short int yytype_uint16;
++#endif
++
++#ifdef YYTYPE_INT16
++typedef YYTYPE_INT16 yytype_int16;
++#else
++typedef short int yytype_int16;
++#endif
++
++#ifndef YYSIZE_T
++# ifdef __SIZE_TYPE__
++# define YYSIZE_T __SIZE_TYPE__
++# elif defined size_t
++# define YYSIZE_T size_t
++# elif ! defined YYSIZE_T && (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
++# include <stddef.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
++# define YYSIZE_T size_t
++# else
++# define YYSIZE_T unsigned int
++# endif
++#endif
+
+-#if ! defined (yyoverflow) || YYERROR_VERBOSE
++#define YYSIZE_MAXIMUM ((YYSIZE_T) -1)
+
+-# ifndef YYFREE
+-# define YYFREE free
++#ifndef YY_
++# if defined(YYENABLE_NLS) && YYENABLE_NLS
++# if ENABLE_NLS
++# include <libintl.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
++# define YY_(msgid) dgettext ("bison-runtime", msgid)
++# endif
+ # endif
+-# ifndef YYMALLOC
+-# define YYMALLOC malloc
++# ifndef YY_
++# define YY_(msgid) msgid
+ # endif
++#endif
++
++/* Suppress unused-variable warnings by "using" E. */
++#if ! defined lint || defined __GNUC__
++# define YYUSE(e) ((void) (e))
++#else
++# define YYUSE(e) /* empty */
++#endif
++
++/* Identity function, used to suppress warnings about constant conditions. */
++#ifndef lint
++# define YYID(n) (n)
++#else
++#if (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
++static int
++YYID (int i)
++#else
++static int
++YYID (i)
++ int i;
++#endif
++{
++ return i;
++}
++#endif
++
++#if ! defined yyoverflow || YYERROR_VERBOSE
+
+ /* The parser invokes alloca or malloc; define the necessary symbols. */
+
+ # ifdef YYSTACK_USE_ALLOCA
+ # if YYSTACK_USE_ALLOCA
+-# define YYSTACK_ALLOC alloca
+-# endif
+-# else
+-# if defined (alloca) || defined (_ALLOCA_H)
+-# define YYSTACK_ALLOC alloca
+-# else
+ # ifdef __GNUC__
+ # define YYSTACK_ALLOC __builtin_alloca
++# elif defined __BUILTIN_VA_ARG_INCR
++# include <alloca.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
++# elif defined _AIX
++# define YYSTACK_ALLOC __alloca
++# elif defined _MSC_VER
++# include <malloc.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
++# define alloca _alloca
++# else
++# define YYSTACK_ALLOC alloca
++# if ! defined _ALLOCA_H && ! defined _STDLIB_H && (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
++# include <stdlib.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
++# ifndef _STDLIB_H
++# define _STDLIB_H 1
++# endif
++# endif
+ # endif
+ # endif
+ # endif
+
+ # ifdef YYSTACK_ALLOC
+- /* Pacify GCC's `empty if-body' warning. */
+-# define YYSTACK_FREE(Ptr) do { /* empty */; } while (0)
+-# else
+-# if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
+-# include <stdlib.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
+-# define YYSIZE_T size_t
++ /* Pacify GCC's `empty if-body' warning. */
++# define YYSTACK_FREE(Ptr) do { /* empty */; } while (YYID (0))
++# ifndef YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM
++ /* The OS might guarantee only one guard page at the bottom of the stack,
++ and a page size can be as small as 4096 bytes. So we cannot safely
++ invoke alloca (N) if N exceeds 4096. Use a slightly smaller number
++ to allow for a few compiler-allocated temporary stack slots. */
++# define YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM 4032 /* reasonable circa 2006 */
+ # endif
++# else
+ # define YYSTACK_ALLOC YYMALLOC
+ # define YYSTACK_FREE YYFREE
++# ifndef YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM
++# define YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM YYSIZE_MAXIMUM
++# endif
++# if (defined __cplusplus && ! defined _STDLIB_H \
++ && ! ((defined YYMALLOC || defined malloc) \
++ && (defined YYFREE || defined free)))
++# include <stdlib.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
++# ifndef _STDLIB_H
++# define _STDLIB_H 1
++# endif
++# endif
++# ifndef YYMALLOC
++# define YYMALLOC malloc
++# if ! defined malloc && ! defined _STDLIB_H && (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
++void *malloc (YYSIZE_T); /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
++# endif
++# endif
++# ifndef YYFREE
++# define YYFREE free
++# if ! defined free && ! defined _STDLIB_H && (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
++void free (void *); /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
++# endif
++# endif
+ # endif
+-#endif /* ! defined (yyoverflow) || YYERROR_VERBOSE */
++#endif /* ! defined yyoverflow || YYERROR_VERBOSE */
+
+
+-#if (! defined (yyoverflow) \
+- && (! defined (__cplusplus) \
+- || (defined (YYSTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL) && YYSTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL)))
++#if (! defined yyoverflow \
++ && (! defined __cplusplus \
++ || (defined YYSTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL && YYSTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL)))
+
+ /* A type that is properly aligned for any stack member. */
+ union yyalloc
+ {
+- short yyss;
++ yytype_int16 yyss;
+ YYSTYPE yyvs;
+ };
+
+@@ -388,24 +575,24 @@
+ /* The size of an array large to enough to hold all stacks, each with
+ N elements. */
+ # define YYSTACK_BYTES(N) \
+- ((N) * (sizeof (short) + sizeof (YYSTYPE)) \
++ ((N) * (sizeof (yytype_int16) + sizeof (YYSTYPE)) \
+ + YYSTACK_GAP_MAXIMUM)
+
+ /* Copy COUNT objects from FROM to TO. The source and destination do
+ not overlap. */
+ # ifndef YYCOPY
+-# if defined (__GNUC__) && 1 < __GNUC__
++# if defined __GNUC__ && 1 < __GNUC__
+ # define YYCOPY(To, From, Count) \
+ __builtin_memcpy (To, From, (Count) * sizeof (*(From)))
+ # else
+ # define YYCOPY(To, From, Count) \
+ do \
+ { \
+- register YYSIZE_T yyi; \
++ YYSIZE_T yyi; \
+ for (yyi = 0; yyi < (Count); yyi++) \
+ (To)[yyi] = (From)[yyi]; \
+ } \
+- while (0)
++ while (YYID (0))
+ # endif
+ # endif
+
+@@ -423,39 +610,33 @@
+ yynewbytes = yystacksize * sizeof (*Stack) + YYSTACK_GAP_MAXIMUM; \
+ yyptr += yynewbytes / sizeof (*yyptr); \
+ } \
+- while (0)
++ while (YYID (0))
+
+ #endif
+
+-#if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
+- typedef signed char yysigned_char;
+-#else
+- typedef short yysigned_char;
+-#endif
+-
+-/* YYFINAL -- State number of the termination state. */
++/* YYFINAL -- State number of the termination state. */
+ #define YYFINAL 12
+ /* YYLAST -- Last index in YYTABLE. */
+ #define YYLAST 88
+
+-/* YYNTOKENS -- Number of terminals. */
++/* YYNTOKENS -- Number of terminals. */
+ #define YYNTOKENS 26
+-/* YYNNTS -- Number of nonterminals. */
++/* YYNNTS -- Number of nonterminals. */
+ #define YYNNTS 19
+-/* YYNRULES -- Number of rules. */
++/* YYNRULES -- Number of rules. */
+ #define YYNRULES 78
+-/* YYNRULES -- Number of states. */
++/* YYNRULES -- Number of states. */
+ #define YYNSTATES 96
+
+ /* YYTRANSLATE(YYLEX) -- Bison symbol number corresponding to YYLEX. */
+ #define YYUNDEFTOK 2
+ #define YYMAXUTOK 276
+
+-#define YYTRANSLATE(YYX) \
++#define YYTRANSLATE(YYX) \
+ ((unsigned int) (YYX) <= YYMAXUTOK ? yytranslate[YYX] : YYUNDEFTOK)
+
+ /* YYTRANSLATE[YYLEX] -- Bison symbol number corresponding to YYLEX. */
+-static const unsigned char yytranslate[] =
++static const yytype_uint8 yytranslate[] =
+ {
+ 0, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2,
+ 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2,
+@@ -490,7 +671,7 @@
+ #if YYDEBUG
+ /* YYPRHS[YYN] -- Index of the first RHS symbol of rule number YYN in
+ YYRHS. */
+-static const unsigned char yyprhs[] =
++static const yytype_uint8 yyprhs[] =
+ {
+ 0, 0, 3, 5, 7, 10, 11, 14, 16, 18,
+ 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 31, 36, 42, 49, 57,
+@@ -502,8 +683,8 @@
+ 207, 209, 211, 213, 215, 217, 218, 221, 222
+ };
+
+-/* YYRHS -- A `-1'-separated list of the rules' RHS. */
+-static const yysigned_char yyrhs[] =
++/* YYRHS -- A `-1'-separated list of the rules' RHS. */
++static const yytype_int8 yyrhs[] =
+ {
+ 27, 0, -1, 28, -1, 29, -1, 22, 39, -1,
+ -1, 29, 30, -1, 31, -1, 32, -1, 33, -1,
+@@ -531,22 +712,22 @@
+ };
+
+ /* YYRLINE[YYN] -- source line where rule number YYN was defined. */
+-static const unsigned short yyrline[] =
++static const yytype_uint16 yyrline[] =
+ {
+- 0, 230, 230, 231, 235, 242, 244, 248, 250, 252,
+- 254, 256, 258, 260, 264, 272, 280, 290, 297, 309,
+- 314, 322, 324, 326, 328, 330, 335, 340, 345, 350,
+- 358, 363, 383, 390, 398, 406, 411, 417, 422, 431,
+- 441, 445, 447, 449, 451, 453, 455, 457, 459, 461,
+- 463, 465, 467, 469, 471, 473, 475, 477, 479, 481,
+- 483, 485, 489, 491, 493, 495, 497, 499, 503, 503,
+- 506, 507, 512, 513, 518, 556, 557, 563, 564
++ 0, 281, 281, 282, 286, 293, 295, 299, 301, 303,
++ 305, 307, 309, 311, 315, 323, 331, 341, 348, 360,
++ 365, 373, 375, 377, 379, 381, 386, 391, 396, 401,
++ 409, 414, 434, 441, 449, 457, 462, 468, 473, 482,
++ 492, 496, 498, 500, 502, 504, 506, 508, 510, 512,
++ 514, 516, 518, 520, 522, 524, 526, 528, 530, 532,
++ 534, 536, 540, 542, 544, 546, 548, 550, 554, 554,
++ 557, 558, 563, 564, 569, 607, 608, 614, 615
+ };
+ #endif
+
+-#if YYDEBUG || YYERROR_VERBOSE
+-/* YYTNME[SYMBOL-NUM] -- String name of the symbol SYMBOL-NUM.
+- First, the terminals, then, starting at YYNTOKENS, nonterminals. */
++#if YYDEBUG || YYERROR_VERBOSE || YYTOKEN_TABLE
++/* YYTNAME[SYMBOL-NUM] -- String name of the symbol SYMBOL-NUM.
++ First, the terminals, then, starting at YYNTOKENS, nonterminals. */
+ static const char *const yytname[] =
+ {
+ "$end", "error", "$undefined", "tAGO", "tDST", "tDAY", "tDAY_UNIT",
+@@ -563,7 +744,7 @@
+ # ifdef YYPRINT
+ /* YYTOKNUM[YYLEX-NUM] -- Internal token number corresponding to
+ token YYLEX-NUM. */
+-static const unsigned short yytoknum[] =
++static const yytype_uint16 yytoknum[] =
+ {
+ 0, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264,
+ 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274,
+@@ -572,7 +753,7 @@
+ # endif
+
+ /* YYR1[YYN] -- Symbol number of symbol that rule YYN derives. */
+-static const unsigned char yyr1[] =
++static const yytype_uint8 yyr1[] =
+ {
+ 0, 26, 27, 27, 28, 29, 29, 30, 30, 30,
+ 30, 30, 30, 30, 31, 31, 31, 31, 31, 32,
+@@ -585,7 +766,7 @@
+ };
+
+ /* YYR2[YYN] -- Number of symbols composing right hand side of rule YYN. */
+-static const unsigned char yyr2[] =
++static const yytype_uint8 yyr2[] =
+ {
+ 0, 2, 1, 1, 2, 0, 2, 1, 1, 1,
+ 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 1,
+@@ -600,7 +781,7 @@
+ /* YYDEFACT[STATE-NAME] -- Default rule to reduce with in state
+ STATE-NUM when YYTABLE doesn't specify something else to do. Zero
+ means the default is an error. */
+-static const unsigned char yydefact[] =
++static const yytype_uint8 yydefact[] =
+ {
+ 5, 0, 0, 2, 3, 71, 73, 70, 72, 4,
+ 68, 69, 1, 26, 49, 24, 52, 19, 55, 0,
+@@ -614,8 +795,8 @@
+ 16, 77, 31, 75, 17, 18
+ };
+
+-/* YYDEFGOTO[NTERM-NUM]. */
+-static const yysigned_char yydefgoto[] =
++/* YYDEFGOTO[NTERM-NUM]. */
++static const yytype_int8 yydefgoto[] =
+ {
+ -1, 2, 3, 4, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34,
+ 35, 36, 37, 9, 10, 11, 38, 77, 88
+@@ -624,7 +805,7 @@
+ /* YYPACT[STATE-NUM] -- Index in YYTABLE of the portion describing
+ STATE-NUM. */
+ #define YYPACT_NINF -43
+-static const yysigned_char yypact[] =
++static const yytype_int8 yypact[] =
+ {
+ -18, 48, 9, -43, 19, -43, -43, -43, -43, -43,
+ -43, -43, -43, 32, -43, -43, -43, 54, -43, 28,
+@@ -639,7 +820,7 @@
+ };
+
+ /* YYPGOTO[NTERM-NUM]. */
+-static const yysigned_char yypgoto[] =
++static const yytype_int8 yypgoto[] =
+ {
+ -43, -43, -43, -43, -43, -43, -43, -43, -43, -43,
+ -43, -43, 55, -43, -43, -11, -43, -42, -7
+@@ -650,7 +831,7 @@
+ number is the opposite. If zero, do what YYDEFACT says.
+ If YYTABLE_NINF, syntax error. */
+ #define YYTABLE_NINF -1
+-static const unsigned char yytable[] =
++static const yytype_uint8 yytable[] =
+ {
+ 59, 60, 50, 61, 1, 62, 63, 64, 65, 12,
+ 66, 67, 53, 68, 54, 85, 51, 55, 69, 56,
+@@ -663,7 +844,7 @@
+ 81, 82, 83, 84, 94, 92, 0, 0, 76
+ };
+
+-static const yysigned_char yycheck[] =
++static const yytype_int8 yycheck[] =
+ {
+ 5, 6, 4, 8, 22, 10, 11, 12, 13, 0,
+ 15, 16, 6, 18, 8, 10, 18, 11, 23, 13,
+@@ -678,7 +859,7 @@
+
+ /* YYSTOS[STATE-NUM] -- The (internal number of the) accessing
+ symbol of state STATE-NUM. */
+-static const unsigned char yystos[] =
++static const yytype_uint8 yystos[] =
+ {
+ 0, 22, 27, 28, 29, 18, 19, 20, 21, 39,
+ 40, 41, 0, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12,
+@@ -692,22 +873,6 @@
+ 43, 41, 19, 18, 44, 43
+ };
+
+-#if ! defined (YYSIZE_T) && defined (__SIZE_TYPE__)
+-# define YYSIZE_T __SIZE_TYPE__
+-#endif
+-#if ! defined (YYSIZE_T) && defined (size_t)
+-# define YYSIZE_T size_t
+-#endif
+-#if ! defined (YYSIZE_T)
+-# if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
+-# include <stddef.h> /* INFRINGES ON USER NAME SPACE */
+-# define YYSIZE_T size_t
+-# endif
+-#endif
+-#if ! defined (YYSIZE_T)
+-# define YYSIZE_T unsigned int
+-#endif
+-
+ #define yyerrok (yyerrstatus = 0)
+ #define yyclearin (yychar = YYEMPTY)
+ #define YYEMPTY (-2)
+@@ -733,30 +898,63 @@
+ yychar = (Token); \
+ yylval = (Value); \
+ yytoken = YYTRANSLATE (yychar); \
+- YYPOPSTACK; \
++ YYPOPSTACK (1); \
+ goto yybackup; \
+ } \
+ else \
+- { \
+- yyerror (pc, "syntax error: cannot back up");\
++ { \
++ yyerror (pc, YY_("syntax error: cannot back up")); \
+ YYERROR; \
+ } \
+-while (0)
++while (YYID (0))
++
+
+ #define YYTERROR 1
+ #define YYERRCODE 256
+
+-/* YYLLOC_DEFAULT -- Compute the default location (before the actions
+- are run). */
+
++/* YYLLOC_DEFAULT -- Set CURRENT to span from RHS[1] to RHS[N].
++ If N is 0, then set CURRENT to the empty location which ends
++ the previous symbol: RHS[0] (always defined). */
++
++#define YYRHSLOC(Rhs, K) ((Rhs)[K])
+ #ifndef YYLLOC_DEFAULT
+-# define YYLLOC_DEFAULT(Current, Rhs, N) \
+- ((Current).first_line = (Rhs)[1].first_line, \
+- (Current).first_column = (Rhs)[1].first_column, \
+- (Current).last_line = (Rhs)[N].last_line, \
+- (Current).last_column = (Rhs)[N].last_column)
++# define YYLLOC_DEFAULT(Current, Rhs, N) \
++ do \
++ if (YYID (N)) \
++ { \
++ (Current).first_line = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, 1).first_line; \
++ (Current).first_column = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, 1).first_column; \
++ (Current).last_line = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, N).last_line; \
++ (Current).last_column = YYRHSLOC (Rhs, N).last_column; \
++ } \
++ else \
++ { \
++ (Current).first_line = (Current).last_line = \
++ YYRHSLOC (Rhs, 0).last_line; \
++ (Current).first_column = (Current).last_column = \
++ YYRHSLOC (Rhs, 0).last_column; \
++ } \
++ while (YYID (0))
++#endif
++
++
++/* YY_LOCATION_PRINT -- Print the location on the stream.
++ This macro was not mandated originally: define only if we know
++ we won't break user code: when these are the locations we know. */
++
++#ifndef YY_LOCATION_PRINT
++# if defined(YYLTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL) && YYLTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL
++# define YY_LOCATION_PRINT(File, Loc) \
++ fprintf (File, "%d.%d-%d.%d", \
++ (Loc).first_line, (Loc).first_column, \
++ (Loc).last_line, (Loc).last_column)
++# else
++# define YY_LOCATION_PRINT(File, Loc) ((void) 0)
++# endif
+ #endif
+
++
+ /* YYLEX -- calling `yylex' with the right arguments. */
+
+ #ifdef YYLEX_PARAM
+@@ -777,42 +975,99 @@
+ do { \
+ if (yydebug) \
+ YYFPRINTF Args; \
+-} while (0)
++} while (YYID (0))
+
+-# define YYDSYMPRINT(Args) \
+-do { \
+- if (yydebug) \
+- yysymprint Args; \
+-} while (0)
++# define YY_SYMBOL_PRINT(Title, Type, Value, Location) \
++do { \
++ if (yydebug) \
++ { \
++ YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%s ", Title); \
++ yy_symbol_print (stderr, \
++ Type, Value, pc); \
++ YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n"); \
++ } \
++} while (YYID (0))
+
+-# define YYDSYMPRINTF(Title, Token, Value, Location) \
+-do { \
+- if (yydebug) \
+- { \
+- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%s ", Title); \
+- yysymprint (stderr, \
+- Token, Value); \
+- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n"); \
+- } \
+-} while (0)
++
++/*--------------------------------.
++| Print this symbol on YYOUTPUT. |
++`--------------------------------*/
++
++/*ARGSUSED*/
++#if (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
++static void
++yy_symbol_value_print (FILE *yyoutput, int yytype, YYSTYPE const * const yyvaluep, parser_control *pc)
++#else
++static void
++yy_symbol_value_print (yyoutput, yytype, yyvaluep, pc)
++ FILE *yyoutput;
++ int yytype;
++ YYSTYPE const * const yyvaluep;
++ parser_control *pc;
++#endif
++{
++ if (!yyvaluep)
++ return;
++ YYUSE (pc);
++# ifdef YYPRINT
++ if (yytype < YYNTOKENS)
++ YYPRINT (yyoutput, yytoknum[yytype], *yyvaluep);
++# else
++ YYUSE (yyoutput);
++# endif
++ switch (yytype)
++ {
++ default:
++ break;
++ }
++}
++
++
++/*--------------------------------.
++| Print this symbol on YYOUTPUT. |
++`--------------------------------*/
++
++#if (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
++static void
++yy_symbol_print (FILE *yyoutput, int yytype, YYSTYPE const * const yyvaluep, parser_control *pc)
++#else
++static void
++yy_symbol_print (yyoutput, yytype, yyvaluep, pc)
++ FILE *yyoutput;
++ int yytype;
++ YYSTYPE const * const yyvaluep;
++ parser_control *pc;
++#endif
++{
++ if (yytype < YYNTOKENS)
++ YYFPRINTF (yyoutput, "token %s (", yytname[yytype]);
++ else
++ YYFPRINTF (yyoutput, "nterm %s (", yytname[yytype]);
++
++ yy_symbol_value_print (yyoutput, yytype, yyvaluep, pc);
++ YYFPRINTF (yyoutput, ")");
++}
+
+ /*------------------------------------------------------------------.
+ | yy_stack_print -- Print the state stack from its BOTTOM up to its |
+ | TOP (included). |
+ `------------------------------------------------------------------*/
+
+-#if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
++#if (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
+ static void
+-yy_stack_print (short *bottom, short *top)
++yy_stack_print (yytype_int16 *bottom, yytype_int16 *top)
+ #else
+ static void
+ yy_stack_print (bottom, top)
+- short *bottom;
+- short *top;
++ yytype_int16 *bottom;
++ yytype_int16 *top;
+ #endif
+ {
+ YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Stack now");
+- for (/* Nothing. */; bottom <= top; ++bottom)
++ for (; bottom <= top; ++bottom)
+ YYFPRINTF (stderr, " %d", *bottom);
+ YYFPRINTF (stderr, "\n");
+ }
+@@ -821,45 +1076,53 @@
+ do { \
+ if (yydebug) \
+ yy_stack_print ((Bottom), (Top)); \
+-} while (0)
++} while (YYID (0))
+
+
+ /*------------------------------------------------.
+ | Report that the YYRULE is going to be reduced. |
+ `------------------------------------------------*/
+
+-#if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
++#if (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
+ static void
+-yy_reduce_print (int yyrule)
++yy_reduce_print (YYSTYPE *yyvsp, int yyrule, parser_control *pc)
+ #else
+ static void
+-yy_reduce_print (yyrule)
++yy_reduce_print (yyvsp, yyrule, pc)
++ YYSTYPE *yyvsp;
+ int yyrule;
++ parser_control *pc;
+ #endif
+ {
++ int yynrhs = yyr2[yyrule];
+ int yyi;
+- unsigned int yylno = yyrline[yyrule];
+- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Reducing stack by rule %d (line %u), ",
+- yyrule - 1, yylno);
+- /* Print the symbols being reduced, and their result. */
+- for (yyi = yyprhs[yyrule]; 0 <= yyrhs[yyi]; yyi++)
+- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "%s ", yytname [yyrhs[yyi]]);
+- YYFPRINTF (stderr, "-> %s\n", yytname [yyr1[yyrule]]);
++ unsigned long int yylno = yyrline[yyrule];
++ YYFPRINTF (stderr, "Reducing stack by rule %d (line %lu):\n",
++ yyrule - 1, yylno);
++ /* The symbols being reduced. */
++ for (yyi = 0; yyi < yynrhs; yyi++)
++ {
++ fprintf (stderr, " $%d = ", yyi + 1);
++ yy_symbol_print (stderr, yyrhs[yyprhs[yyrule] + yyi],
++ &(yyvsp[(yyi + 1) - (yynrhs)])
++ , pc);
++ fprintf (stderr, "\n");
++ }
+ }
+
+ # define YY_REDUCE_PRINT(Rule) \
+ do { \
+ if (yydebug) \
+- yy_reduce_print (Rule); \
+-} while (0)
++ yy_reduce_print (yyvsp, Rule, pc); \
++} while (YYID (0))
+
+ /* Nonzero means print parse trace. It is left uninitialized so that
+ multiple parsers can coexist. */
+ int yydebug;
+ #else /* !YYDEBUG */
+ # define YYDPRINTF(Args)
+-# define YYDSYMPRINT(Args)
+-# define YYDSYMPRINTF(Title, Token, Value, Location)
++# define YY_SYMBOL_PRINT(Title, Type, Value, Location)
+ # define YY_STACK_PRINT(Bottom, Top)
+ # define YY_REDUCE_PRINT(Rule)
+ #endif /* !YYDEBUG */
+@@ -874,13 +1137,9 @@
+ if the built-in stack extension method is used).
+
+ Do not make this value too large; the results are undefined if
+- SIZE_MAX < YYSTACK_BYTES (YYMAXDEPTH)
++ YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM < YYSTACK_BYTES (YYMAXDEPTH)
+ evaluated with infinite-precision integer arithmetic. */
+
+-#if defined (YYMAXDEPTH) && YYMAXDEPTH == 0
+-# undef YYMAXDEPTH
+-#endif
+-
+ #ifndef YYMAXDEPTH
+ # define YYMAXDEPTH 10000
+ #endif
+@@ -890,45 +1149,47 @@
+ #if YYERROR_VERBOSE
+
+ # ifndef yystrlen
+-# if defined (__GLIBC__) && defined (_STRING_H)
++# if defined __GLIBC__ && defined _STRING_H
+ # define yystrlen strlen
+ # else
+ /* Return the length of YYSTR. */
++#if (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
+ static YYSIZE_T
+-# if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
+ yystrlen (const char *yystr)
+-# else
++#else
++static YYSIZE_T
+ yystrlen (yystr)
+- const char *yystr;
+-# endif
++ const char *yystr;
++#endif
+ {
+- register const char *yys = yystr;
+-
+- while (*yys++ != '\0')
++ YYSIZE_T yylen;
++ for (yylen = 0; yystr[yylen]; yylen++)
+ continue;
+-
+- return yys - yystr - 1;
++ return yylen;
+ }
+ # endif
+ # endif
+
+ # ifndef yystpcpy
+-# if defined (__GLIBC__) && defined (_STRING_H) && defined (_GNU_SOURCE)
++# if defined __GLIBC__ && defined _STRING_H && defined _GNU_SOURCE
+ # define yystpcpy stpcpy
+ # else
+ /* Copy YYSRC to YYDEST, returning the address of the terminating '\0' in
+ YYDEST. */
++#if (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
+ static char *
+-# if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
+ yystpcpy (char *yydest, const char *yysrc)
+-# else
++#else
++static char *
+ yystpcpy (yydest, yysrc)
+- char *yydest;
+- const char *yysrc;
+-# endif
++ char *yydest;
++ const char *yysrc;
++#endif
+ {
+- register char *yyd = yydest;
+- register const char *yys = yysrc;
++ char *yyd = yydest;
++ const char *yys = yysrc;
+
+ while ((*yyd++ = *yys++) != '\0')
+ continue;
+@@ -938,70 +1199,194 @@
+ # endif
+ # endif
+
+-#endif /* !YYERROR_VERBOSE */
++# ifndef yytnamerr
++/* Copy to YYRES the contents of YYSTR after stripping away unnecessary
++ quotes and backslashes, so that it's suitable for yyerror. The
++ heuristic is that double-quoting is unnecessary unless the string
++ contains an apostrophe, a comma, or backslash (other than
++ backslash-backslash). YYSTR is taken from yytname. If YYRES is
++ null, do not copy; instead, return the length of what the result
++ would have been. */
++static YYSIZE_T
++yytnamerr (char *yyres, const char *yystr)
++{
++ if (*yystr == '"')
++ {
++ YYSIZE_T yyn = 0;
++ char const *yyp = yystr;
++
++ for (;;)
++ switch (*++yyp)
++ {
++ case '\'':
++ case ',':
++ goto do_not_strip_quotes;
++
++ case '\\':
++ if (*++yyp != '\\')
++ goto do_not_strip_quotes;
++ /* Fall through. */
++ default:
++ if (yyres)
++ yyres[yyn] = *yyp;
++ yyn++;
++ break;
+
+-
++ case '"':
++ if (yyres)
++ yyres[yyn] = '\0';
++ return yyn;
++ }
++ do_not_strip_quotes: ;
++ }
+
+-#if YYDEBUG
+-/*--------------------------------.
+-| Print this symbol on YYOUTPUT. |
+-`--------------------------------*/
++ if (! yyres)
++ return yystrlen (yystr);
+
+-#if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
+-static void
+-yysymprint (FILE *yyoutput, int yytype, YYSTYPE *yyvaluep)
+-#else
+-static void
+-yysymprint (yyoutput, yytype, yyvaluep)
+- FILE *yyoutput;
+- int yytype;
+- YYSTYPE *yyvaluep;
+-#endif
++ return yystpcpy (yyres, yystr) - yyres;
++}
++# endif
++
++/* Copy into YYRESULT an error message about the unexpected token
++ YYCHAR while in state YYSTATE. Return the number of bytes copied,
++ including the terminating null byte. If YYRESULT is null, do not
++ copy anything; just return the number of bytes that would be
++ copied. As a special case, return 0 if an ordinary "syntax error"
++ message will do. Return YYSIZE_MAXIMUM if overflow occurs during
++ size calculation. */
++static YYSIZE_T
++yysyntax_error (char *yyresult, int yystate, int yychar)
+ {
+- /* Pacify ``unused variable'' warnings. */
+- (void) yyvaluep;
++ int yyn = yypact[yystate];
+
+- if (yytype < YYNTOKENS)
++ if (! (YYPACT_NINF < yyn && yyn <= YYLAST))
++ return 0;
++ else
+ {
+- YYFPRINTF (yyoutput, "token %s (", yytname[yytype]);
+-# ifdef YYPRINT
+- YYPRINT (yyoutput, yytoknum[yytype], *yyvaluep);
++ int yytype = YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
++ YYSIZE_T yysize0 = yytnamerr (0, yytname[yytype]);
++ YYSIZE_T yysize = yysize0;
++ YYSIZE_T yysize1;
++ int yysize_overflow = 0;
++ enum { YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM = 5 };
++ char const *yyarg[YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM];
++ int yyx;
++
++# if 0
++ /* This is so xgettext sees the translatable formats that are
++ constructed on the fly. */
++ YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s");
++ YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s");
++ YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s");
++ YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s or %s");
++ YY_("syntax error, unexpected %s, expecting %s or %s or %s or %s");
+ # endif
+- }
+- else
+- YYFPRINTF (yyoutput, "nterm %s (", yytname[yytype]);
++ char *yyfmt;
++ char const *yyf;
++ static char const yyunexpected[] = "syntax error, unexpected %s";
++ static char const yyexpecting[] = ", expecting %s";
++ static char const yyor[] = " or %s";
++ char yyformat[sizeof yyunexpected
++ + sizeof yyexpecting - 1
++ + ((YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM - 2)
++ * (sizeof yyor - 1))];
++ char const *yyprefix = yyexpecting;
++
++ /* Start YYX at -YYN if negative to avoid negative indexes in
++ YYCHECK. */
++ int yyxbegin = yyn < 0 ? -yyn : 0;
++
++ /* Stay within bounds of both yycheck and yytname. */
++ int yychecklim = YYLAST - yyn + 1;
++ int yyxend = yychecklim < YYNTOKENS ? yychecklim : YYNTOKENS;
++ int yycount = 1;
+
+- switch (yytype)
+- {
+- default:
+- break;
++ yyarg[0] = yytname[yytype];
++ yyfmt = yystpcpy (yyformat, yyunexpected);
++
++ for (yyx = yyxbegin; yyx < yyxend; ++yyx)
++ if (yycheck[yyx + yyn] == yyx && yyx != YYTERROR)
++ {
++ if (yycount == YYERROR_VERBOSE_ARGS_MAXIMUM)
++ {
++ yycount = 1;
++ yysize = yysize0;
++ yyformat[sizeof yyunexpected - 1] = '\0';
++ break;
++ }
++ yyarg[yycount++] = yytname[yyx];
++ yysize1 = yysize + yytnamerr (0, yytname[yyx]);
++ yysize_overflow |= (yysize1 < yysize);
++ yysize = yysize1;
++ yyfmt = yystpcpy (yyfmt, yyprefix);
++ yyprefix = yyor;
++ }
++
++ yyf = YY_(yyformat);
++ yysize1 = yysize + yystrlen (yyf);
++ yysize_overflow |= (yysize1 < yysize);
++ yysize = yysize1;
++
++ if (yysize_overflow)
++ return YYSIZE_MAXIMUM;
++
++ if (yyresult)
++ {
++ /* Avoid sprintf, as that infringes on the user's name space.
++ Don't have undefined behavior even if the translation
++ produced a string with the wrong number of "%s"s. */
++ char *yyp = yyresult;
++ int yyi = 0;
++ while ((*yyp = *yyf) != '\0')
++ {
++ if (*yyp == '%' && yyf[1] == 's' && yyi < yycount)
++ {
++ yyp += yytnamerr (yyp, yyarg[yyi++]);
++ yyf += 2;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ yyp++;
++ yyf++;
++ }
++ }
++ }
++ return yysize;
+ }
+- YYFPRINTF (yyoutput, ")");
+ }
++#endif /* YYERROR_VERBOSE */
++
+
+-#endif /* ! YYDEBUG */
+ /*-----------------------------------------------.
+ | Release the memory associated to this symbol. |
+ `-----------------------------------------------*/
+
+-#if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
++/*ARGSUSED*/
++#if (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
+ static void
+-yydestruct (int yytype, YYSTYPE *yyvaluep)
++yydestruct (const char *yymsg, int yytype, YYSTYPE *yyvaluep, parser_control *pc)
+ #else
+ static void
+-yydestruct (yytype, yyvaluep)
++yydestruct (yymsg, yytype, yyvaluep, pc)
++ const char *yymsg;
+ int yytype;
+ YYSTYPE *yyvaluep;
++ parser_control *pc;
+ #endif
+ {
+- /* Pacify ``unused variable'' warnings. */
+- (void) yyvaluep;
++ YYUSE (yyvaluep);
++ YYUSE (pc);
++
++ if (!yymsg)
++ yymsg = "Deleting";
++ YY_SYMBOL_PRINT (yymsg, yytype, yyvaluep, yylocationp);
+
+ switch (yytype)
+ {
+
+ default:
+- break;
++ break;
+ }
+ }
+
+@@ -1009,14 +1394,14 @@
+ /* Prevent warnings from -Wmissing-prototypes. */
+
+ #ifdef YYPARSE_PARAM
+-# if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
++#if defined __STDC__ || defined __cplusplus
+ int yyparse (void *YYPARSE_PARAM);
+-# else
++#else
+ int yyparse ();
+-# endif
++#endif
+ #else /* ! YYPARSE_PARAM */
+-#if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
+-int yyparse ( parser_control *pc );
++#if defined __STDC__ || defined __cplusplus
++int yyparse (parser_control *pc);
+ #else
+ int yyparse ();
+ #endif
+@@ -1032,39 +1417,49 @@
+ `----------*/
+
+ #ifdef YYPARSE_PARAM
+-# if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
+-int yyparse (void *YYPARSE_PARAM)
+-# else
+-int yyparse (YYPARSE_PARAM)
+- void *YYPARSE_PARAM;
+-# endif
++#if (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
++int
++yyparse (void *YYPARSE_PARAM)
++#else
++int
++yyparse (YYPARSE_PARAM)
++ void *YYPARSE_PARAM;
++#endif
+ #else /* ! YYPARSE_PARAM */
+-#if defined (__STDC__) || defined (__cplusplus)
++#if (defined __STDC__ || defined __C99__FUNC__ \
++ || defined __cplusplus || defined _MSC_VER)
+ int
+-yyparse ( parser_control *pc )
++yyparse (parser_control *pc)
+ #else
+ int
+ yyparse (pc)
+- parser_control *pc ;
++ parser_control *pc;
+ #endif
+ #endif
+ {
+- /* The lookahead symbol. */
++ /* The look-ahead symbol. */
+ int yychar;
+
+-/* The semantic value of the lookahead symbol. */
++/* The semantic value of the look-ahead symbol. */
+ YYSTYPE yylval;
+
+ /* Number of syntax errors so far. */
+ int yynerrs;
+
+- register int yystate;
+- register int yyn;
++ int yystate;
++ int yyn;
+ int yyresult;
+ /* Number of tokens to shift before error messages enabled. */
+ int yyerrstatus;
+- /* Lookahead token as an internal (translated) token number. */
++ /* Look-ahead token as an internal (translated) token number. */
+ int yytoken = 0;
++#if YYERROR_VERBOSE
++ /* Buffer for error messages, and its allocated size. */
++ char yymsgbuf[128];
++ char *yymsg = yymsgbuf;
++ YYSIZE_T yymsg_alloc = sizeof yymsgbuf;
++#endif
+
+ /* Three stacks and their tools:
+ `yyss': related to states,
+@@ -1075,18 +1470,18 @@
+ to reallocate them elsewhere. */
+
+ /* The state stack. */
+- short yyssa[YYINITDEPTH];
+- short *yyss = yyssa;
+- register short *yyssp;
++ yytype_int16 yyssa[YYINITDEPTH];
++ yytype_int16 *yyss = yyssa;
++ yytype_int16 *yyssp;
+
+ /* The semantic value stack. */
+ YYSTYPE yyvsa[YYINITDEPTH];
+ YYSTYPE *yyvs = yyvsa;
+- register YYSTYPE *yyvsp;
++ YYSTYPE *yyvsp;
+
+
+
+-#define YYPOPSTACK (yyvsp--, yyssp--)
++#define YYPOPSTACK(N) (yyvsp -= (N), yyssp -= (N))
+
+ YYSIZE_T yystacksize = YYINITDEPTH;
+
+@@ -1095,9 +1490,9 @@
+ YYSTYPE yyval;
+
+
+- /* When reducing, the number of symbols on the RHS of the reduced
+- rule. */
+- int yylen;
++ /* The number of symbols on the RHS of the reduced rule.
++ Keep to zero when no symbol should be popped. */
++ int yylen = 0;
+
+ YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Starting parse\n"));
+
+@@ -1121,8 +1516,7 @@
+ `------------------------------------------------------------*/
+ yynewstate:
+ /* In all cases, when you get here, the value and location stacks
+- have just been pushed. so pushing a state here evens the stacks.
+- */
++ have just been pushed. So pushing a state here evens the stacks. */
+ yyssp++;
+
+ yysetstate:
+@@ -1135,18 +1529,18 @@
+
+ #ifdef yyoverflow
+ {
+- /* Give user a chance to reallocate the stack. Use copies of
++ /* Give user a chance to reallocate the stack. Use copies of
+ these so that the &'s don't force the real ones into
+ memory. */
+ YYSTYPE *yyvs1 = yyvs;
+- short *yyss1 = yyss;
++ yytype_int16 *yyss1 = yyss;
+
+
+ /* Each stack pointer address is followed by the size of the
+ data in use in that stack, in bytes. This used to be a
+ conditional around just the two extra args, but that might
+ be undefined if yyoverflow is a macro. */
+- yyoverflow ("parser stack overflow",
++ yyoverflow (YY_("memory exhausted"),
+ &yyss1, yysize * sizeof (*yyssp),
+ &yyvs1, yysize * sizeof (*yyvsp),
+
+@@ -1157,21 +1551,21 @@
+ }
+ #else /* no yyoverflow */
+ # ifndef YYSTACK_RELOCATE
+- goto yyoverflowlab;
++ goto yyexhaustedlab;
+ # else
+ /* Extend the stack our own way. */
+ if (YYMAXDEPTH <= yystacksize)
+- goto yyoverflowlab;
++ goto yyexhaustedlab;
+ yystacksize *= 2;
+ if (YYMAXDEPTH < yystacksize)
+ yystacksize = YYMAXDEPTH;
+
+ {
+- short *yyss1 = yyss;
++ yytype_int16 *yyss1 = yyss;
+ union yyalloc *yyptr =
+ (union yyalloc *) YYSTACK_ALLOC (YYSTACK_BYTES (yystacksize));
+ if (! yyptr)
+- goto yyoverflowlab;
++ goto yyexhaustedlab;
+ YYSTACK_RELOCATE (yyss);
+ YYSTACK_RELOCATE (yyvs);
+
+@@ -1202,19 +1596,17 @@
+ `-----------*/
+ yybackup:
+
+-/* Do appropriate processing given the current state. */
+-/* Read a lookahead token if we need one and don't already have one. */
+-/* yyresume: */
+-
+- /* First try to decide what to do without reference to lookahead token. */
++ /* Do appropriate processing given the current state. Read a
++ look-ahead token if we need one and don't already have one. */
+
++ /* First try to decide what to do without reference to look-ahead token. */
+ yyn = yypact[yystate];
+ if (yyn == YYPACT_NINF)
+ goto yydefault;
+
+- /* Not known => get a lookahead token if don't already have one. */
++ /* Not known => get a look-ahead token if don't already have one. */
+
+- /* YYCHAR is either YYEMPTY or YYEOF or a valid lookahead symbol. */
++ /* YYCHAR is either YYEMPTY or YYEOF or a valid look-ahead symbol. */
+ if (yychar == YYEMPTY)
+ {
+ YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Reading a token: "));
+@@ -1229,7 +1621,7 @@
+ else
+ {
+ yytoken = YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
+- YYDSYMPRINTF ("Next token is", yytoken, &yylval, &yylloc);
++ YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Next token is", yytoken, &yylval, &yylloc);
+ }
+
+ /* If the proper action on seeing token YYTOKEN is to reduce or to
+@@ -1249,22 +1641,21 @@
+ if (yyn == YYFINAL)
+ YYACCEPT;
+
+- /* Shift the lookahead token. */
+- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Shifting token %s, ", yytname[yytoken]));
+-
+- /* Discard the token being shifted unless it is eof. */
+- if (yychar != YYEOF)
+- yychar = YYEMPTY;
+-
+- *++yyvsp = yylval;
+-
+-
+ /* Count tokens shifted since error; after three, turn off error
+ status. */
+ if (yyerrstatus)
+ yyerrstatus--;
+
++ /* Shift the look-ahead token. */
++ YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Shifting", yytoken, &yylval, &yylloc);
++
++ /* Discard the shifted token unless it is eof. */
++ if (yychar != YYEOF)
++ yychar = YYEMPTY;
++
+ yystate = yyn;
++ *++yyvsp = yylval;
++
+ goto yynewstate;
+
+
+@@ -1300,272 +1691,272 @@
+ switch (yyn)
+ {
+ case 4:
+-#line 236 "getdate.y"
++#line 287 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->seconds = yyvsp[0].timespec;
++ pc->seconds = (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].timespec);
+ pc->timespec_seen = true;
+- }
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 7:
+-#line 249 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->times_seen++; }
++#line 300 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->times_seen++; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 8:
+-#line 251 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->local_zones_seen++; }
++#line 302 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->local_zones_seen++; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 9:
+-#line 253 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->zones_seen++; }
++#line 304 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->zones_seen++; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 10:
+-#line 255 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->dates_seen++; }
++#line 306 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->dates_seen++; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 11:
+-#line 257 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->days_seen++; }
++#line 308 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->days_seen++; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 12:
+-#line 259 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rels_seen = true; }
++#line 310 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rels_seen = true; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 14:
+-#line 265 "getdate.y"
++#line 316 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->hour = yyvsp[-1].textintval.value;
++ pc->hour = (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value;
+ pc->minutes = 0;
+ pc->seconds.tv_sec = 0;
+ pc->seconds.tv_nsec = 0;
+- pc->meridian = yyvsp[0].intval;
+- }
++ pc->meridian = (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval);
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 15:
+-#line 273 "getdate.y"
++#line 324 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->hour = yyvsp[-3].textintval.value;
+- pc->minutes = yyvsp[-1].textintval.value;
++ pc->hour = (yyvsp[(1) - (4)].textintval).value;
++ pc->minutes = (yyvsp[(3) - (4)].textintval).value;
+ pc->seconds.tv_sec = 0;
+ pc->seconds.tv_nsec = 0;
+- pc->meridian = yyvsp[0].intval;
+- }
++ pc->meridian = (yyvsp[(4) - (4)].intval);
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 16:
+-#line 281 "getdate.y"
++#line 332 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->hour = yyvsp[-4].textintval.value;
+- pc->minutes = yyvsp[-2].textintval.value;
++ pc->hour = (yyvsp[(1) - (5)].textintval).value;
++ pc->minutes = (yyvsp[(3) - (5)].textintval).value;
+ pc->seconds.tv_sec = 0;
+ pc->seconds.tv_nsec = 0;
+ pc->meridian = MER24;
+ pc->zones_seen++;
+- pc->time_zone = time_zone_hhmm (yyvsp[-1].textintval, yyvsp[0].intval);
+- }
++ pc->time_zone = time_zone_hhmm ((yyvsp[(4) - (5)].textintval), (yyvsp[(5) - (5)].intval));
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 17:
+-#line 291 "getdate.y"
++#line 342 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->hour = yyvsp[-5].textintval.value;
+- pc->minutes = yyvsp[-3].textintval.value;
+- pc->seconds = yyvsp[-1].timespec;
+- pc->meridian = yyvsp[0].intval;
+- }
++ pc->hour = (yyvsp[(1) - (6)].textintval).value;
++ pc->minutes = (yyvsp[(3) - (6)].textintval).value;
++ pc->seconds = (yyvsp[(5) - (6)].timespec);
++ pc->meridian = (yyvsp[(6) - (6)].intval);
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 18:
+-#line 298 "getdate.y"
++#line 349 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->hour = yyvsp[-6].textintval.value;
+- pc->minutes = yyvsp[-4].textintval.value;
+- pc->seconds = yyvsp[-2].timespec;
++ pc->hour = (yyvsp[(1) - (7)].textintval).value;
++ pc->minutes = (yyvsp[(3) - (7)].textintval).value;
++ pc->seconds = (yyvsp[(5) - (7)].timespec);
+ pc->meridian = MER24;
+ pc->zones_seen++;
+- pc->time_zone = time_zone_hhmm (yyvsp[-1].textintval, yyvsp[0].intval);
+- }
++ pc->time_zone = time_zone_hhmm ((yyvsp[(6) - (7)].textintval), (yyvsp[(7) - (7)].intval));
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 19:
+-#line 310 "getdate.y"
++#line 361 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->local_isdst = yyvsp[0].intval;
+- pc->dsts_seen += (0 < yyvsp[0].intval);
+- }
++ pc->local_isdst = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval);
++ pc->dsts_seen += (0 < (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval));
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 20:
+-#line 315 "getdate.y"
++#line 366 "getdate.y"
+ {
+ pc->local_isdst = 1;
+- pc->dsts_seen += (0 < yyvsp[-1].intval) + 1;
+- }
++ pc->dsts_seen += (0 < (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval)) + 1;
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 21:
+-#line 323 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->time_zone = yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 374 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->time_zone = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 22:
+-#line 325 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->time_zone = yyvsp[-1].intval; pc->rels_seen = true; }
++#line 376 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->time_zone = (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval); pc->rels_seen = true; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 23:
+-#line 327 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->time_zone = yyvsp[-2].intval + time_zone_hhmm (yyvsp[-1].textintval, yyvsp[0].intval); }
++#line 378 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->time_zone = (yyvsp[(1) - (3)].intval) + time_zone_hhmm ((yyvsp[(2) - (3)].textintval), (yyvsp[(3) - (3)].intval)); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 24:
+-#line 329 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->time_zone = yyvsp[0].intval + 60; }
++#line 380 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->time_zone = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval) + 60; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 25:
+-#line 331 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->time_zone = yyvsp[-1].intval + 60; }
++#line 382 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->time_zone = (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval) + 60; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 26:
+-#line 336 "getdate.y"
++#line 387 "getdate.y"
+ {
+ pc->day_ordinal = 1;
+- pc->day_number = yyvsp[0].intval;
+- }
++ pc->day_number = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval);
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 27:
+-#line 341 "getdate.y"
++#line 392 "getdate.y"
+ {
+ pc->day_ordinal = 1;
+- pc->day_number = yyvsp[-1].intval;
+- }
++ pc->day_number = (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval);
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 28:
+-#line 346 "getdate.y"
++#line 397 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->day_ordinal = yyvsp[-1].intval;
+- pc->day_number = yyvsp[0].intval;
+- }
++ pc->day_ordinal = (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval);
++ pc->day_number = (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval);
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 29:
+-#line 351 "getdate.y"
++#line 402 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->day_ordinal = yyvsp[-1].textintval.value;
+- pc->day_number = yyvsp[0].intval;
+- }
++ pc->day_ordinal = (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value;
++ pc->day_number = (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval);
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 30:
+-#line 359 "getdate.y"
++#line 410 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->month = yyvsp[-2].textintval.value;
+- pc->day = yyvsp[0].textintval.value;
+- }
++ pc->month = (yyvsp[(1) - (3)].textintval).value;
++ pc->day = (yyvsp[(3) - (3)].textintval).value;
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 31:
+-#line 364 "getdate.y"
++#line 415 "getdate.y"
+ {
+ /* Interpret as YYYY/MM/DD if the first value has 4 or more digits,
+ otherwise as MM/DD/YY.
+ The goal in recognizing YYYY/MM/DD is solely to support legacy
+ machine-generated dates like those in an RCS log listing. If
+ you want portability, use the ISO 8601 format. */
+- if (4 <= yyvsp[-4].textintval.digits)
++ if (4 <= (yyvsp[(1) - (5)].textintval).digits)
+ {
+- pc->year = yyvsp[-4].textintval;
+- pc->month = yyvsp[-2].textintval.value;
+- pc->day = yyvsp[0].textintval.value;
++ pc->year = (yyvsp[(1) - (5)].textintval);
++ pc->month = (yyvsp[(3) - (5)].textintval).value;
++ pc->day = (yyvsp[(5) - (5)].textintval).value;
+ }
+ else
+ {
+- pc->month = yyvsp[-4].textintval.value;
+- pc->day = yyvsp[-2].textintval.value;
+- pc->year = yyvsp[0].textintval;
++ pc->month = (yyvsp[(1) - (5)].textintval).value;
++ pc->day = (yyvsp[(3) - (5)].textintval).value;
++ pc->year = (yyvsp[(5) - (5)].textintval);
+ }
+- }
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 32:
+-#line 384 "getdate.y"
++#line 435 "getdate.y"
+ {
+ /* ISO 8601 format. YYYY-MM-DD. */
+- pc->year = yyvsp[-2].textintval;
+- pc->month = -yyvsp[-1].textintval.value;
+- pc->day = -yyvsp[0].textintval.value;
+- }
++ pc->year = (yyvsp[(1) - (3)].textintval);
++ pc->month = -(yyvsp[(2) - (3)].textintval).value;
++ pc->day = -(yyvsp[(3) - (3)].textintval).value;
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 33:
+-#line 391 "getdate.y"
++#line 442 "getdate.y"
+ {
+ /* e.g. 17-JUN-1992. */
+- pc->day = yyvsp[-2].textintval.value;
+- pc->month = yyvsp[-1].intval;
+- pc->year.value = -yyvsp[0].textintval.value;
+- pc->year.digits = yyvsp[0].textintval.digits;
+- }
++ pc->day = (yyvsp[(1) - (3)].textintval).value;
++ pc->month = (yyvsp[(2) - (3)].intval);
++ pc->year.value = -(yyvsp[(3) - (3)].textintval).value;
++ pc->year.digits = (yyvsp[(3) - (3)].textintval).digits;
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 34:
+-#line 399 "getdate.y"
++#line 450 "getdate.y"
+ {
+ /* e.g. JUN-17-1992. */
+- pc->month = yyvsp[-2].intval;
+- pc->day = -yyvsp[-1].textintval.value;
+- pc->year.value = -yyvsp[0].textintval.value;
+- pc->year.digits = yyvsp[0].textintval.digits;
+- }
++ pc->month = (yyvsp[(1) - (3)].intval);
++ pc->day = -(yyvsp[(2) - (3)].textintval).value;
++ pc->year.value = -(yyvsp[(3) - (3)].textintval).value;
++ pc->year.digits = (yyvsp[(3) - (3)].textintval).digits;
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 35:
+-#line 407 "getdate.y"
++#line 458 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->month = yyvsp[-1].intval;
+- pc->day = yyvsp[0].textintval.value;
+- }
++ pc->month = (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval);
++ pc->day = (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].textintval).value;
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 36:
+-#line 412 "getdate.y"
++#line 463 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->month = yyvsp[-3].intval;
+- pc->day = yyvsp[-2].textintval.value;
+- pc->year = yyvsp[0].textintval;
+- }
++ pc->month = (yyvsp[(1) - (4)].intval);
++ pc->day = (yyvsp[(2) - (4)].textintval).value;
++ pc->year = (yyvsp[(4) - (4)].textintval);
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 37:
+-#line 418 "getdate.y"
++#line 469 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->day = yyvsp[-1].textintval.value;
+- pc->month = yyvsp[0].intval;
+- }
++ pc->day = (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value;
++ pc->month = (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval);
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 38:
+-#line 423 "getdate.y"
++#line 474 "getdate.y"
+ {
+- pc->day = yyvsp[-2].textintval.value;
+- pc->month = yyvsp[-1].intval;
+- pc->year = yyvsp[0].textintval;
+- }
++ pc->day = (yyvsp[(1) - (3)].textintval).value;
++ pc->month = (yyvsp[(2) - (3)].intval);
++ pc->year = (yyvsp[(3) - (3)].textintval);
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 39:
+-#line 432 "getdate.y"
++#line 483 "getdate.y"
+ {
+ pc->rel_ns = -pc->rel_ns;
+ pc->rel_seconds = -pc->rel_seconds;
+@@ -1574,216 +1965,215 @@
+ pc->rel_day = -pc->rel_day;
+ pc->rel_month = -pc->rel_month;
+ pc->rel_year = -pc->rel_year;
+- }
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 41:
+-#line 446 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_year += yyvsp[-1].intval * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 497 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_year += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval) * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 42:
+-#line 448 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_year += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 499 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_year += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 43:
+-#line 450 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_year += yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 501 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_year += (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 44:
+-#line 452 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_month += yyvsp[-1].intval * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 503 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_month += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval) * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 45:
+-#line 454 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_month += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 505 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_month += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 46:
+-#line 456 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_month += yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 507 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_month += (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 47:
+-#line 458 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_day += yyvsp[-1].intval * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 509 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_day += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval) * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 48:
+-#line 460 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_day += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 511 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_day += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 49:
+-#line 462 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_day += yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 513 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_day += (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 50:
+-#line 464 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_hour += yyvsp[-1].intval * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 515 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_hour += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval) * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 51:
+-#line 466 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_hour += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 517 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_hour += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 52:
+-#line 468 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_hour += yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 519 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_hour += (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 53:
+-#line 470 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_minutes += yyvsp[-1].intval * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 521 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_minutes += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval) * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 54:
+-#line 472 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_minutes += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 523 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_minutes += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 55:
+-#line 474 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_minutes += yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 525 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_minutes += (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 56:
+-#line 476 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_seconds += yyvsp[-1].intval * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 527 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_seconds += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].intval) * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 57:
+-#line 478 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_seconds += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 529 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_seconds += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 58:
+-#line 480 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_seconds += yyvsp[-1].timespec.tv_sec * yyvsp[0].intval; pc->rel_ns += yyvsp[-1].timespec.tv_nsec * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 531 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_seconds += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].timespec).tv_sec * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); pc->rel_ns += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].timespec).tv_nsec * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 59:
+-#line 482 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_seconds += yyvsp[-1].timespec.tv_sec * yyvsp[0].intval; pc->rel_ns += yyvsp[-1].timespec.tv_nsec * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 533 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_seconds += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].timespec).tv_sec * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); pc->rel_ns += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].timespec).tv_nsec * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 60:
+-#line 484 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_seconds += yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 535 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_seconds += (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 62:
+-#line 490 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_year += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 541 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_year += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 63:
+-#line 492 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_month += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 543 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_month += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 64:
+-#line 494 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_day += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 545 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_day += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 65:
+-#line 496 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_hour += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 547 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_hour += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 66:
+-#line 498 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_minutes += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 549 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_minutes += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 67:
+-#line 500 "getdate.y"
+- { pc->rel_seconds += yyvsp[-1].textintval.value * yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 551 "getdate.y"
++ { pc->rel_seconds += (yyvsp[(1) - (2)].textintval).value * (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 71:
+-#line 508 "getdate.y"
+- { yyval.timespec.tv_sec = yyvsp[0].textintval.value; yyval.timespec.tv_nsec = 0; }
++#line 559 "getdate.y"
++ { (yyval.timespec).tv_sec = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).value; (yyval.timespec).tv_nsec = 0; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 73:
+-#line 514 "getdate.y"
+- { yyval.timespec.tv_sec = yyvsp[0].textintval.value; yyval.timespec.tv_nsec = 0; }
++#line 565 "getdate.y"
++ { (yyval.timespec).tv_sec = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).value; (yyval.timespec).tv_nsec = 0; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 74:
+-#line 519 "getdate.y"
++#line 570 "getdate.y"
+ {
+ if (pc->dates_seen && ! pc->year.digits
+- && ! pc->rels_seen && (pc->times_seen || 2 < yyvsp[0].textintval.digits))
+- pc->year = yyvsp[0].textintval;
++ && ! pc->rels_seen && (pc->times_seen || 2 < (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).digits))
++ pc->year = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval);
+ else
+ {
+- if (4 < yyvsp[0].textintval.digits)
++ if (4 < (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).digits)
+ {
+ pc->dates_seen++;
+- pc->day = yyvsp[0].textintval.value % 100;
+- pc->month = (yyvsp[0].textintval.value / 100) % 100;
+- pc->year.value = yyvsp[0].textintval.value / 10000;
+- pc->year.digits = yyvsp[0].textintval.digits - 4;
++ pc->day = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).value % 100;
++ pc->month = ((yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).value / 100) % 100;
++ pc->year.value = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).value / 10000;
++ pc->year.digits = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).digits - 4;
+ }
+ else
+ {
+ pc->times_seen++;
+- if (yyvsp[0].textintval.digits <= 2)
++ if ((yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).digits <= 2)
+ {
+- pc->hour = yyvsp[0].textintval.value;
++ pc->hour = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).value;
+ pc->minutes = 0;
+ }
+ else
+ {
+- pc->hour = yyvsp[0].textintval.value / 100;
+- pc->minutes = yyvsp[0].textintval.value % 100;
++ pc->hour = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).value / 100;
++ pc->minutes = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].textintval).value % 100;
+ }
+ pc->seconds.tv_sec = 0;
+ pc->seconds.tv_nsec = 0;
+ pc->meridian = MER24;
+ }
+ }
+- }
++ ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 75:
+-#line 556 "getdate.y"
+- { yyval.intval = -1; }
++#line 607 "getdate.y"
++ { (yyval.intval) = -1; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 76:
+-#line 558 "getdate.y"
+- { yyval.intval = yyvsp[0].textintval.value; }
++#line 609 "getdate.y"
++ { (yyval.intval) = (yyvsp[(2) - (2)].textintval).value; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 77:
+-#line 563 "getdate.y"
+- { yyval.intval = MER24; }
++#line 614 "getdate.y"
++ { (yyval.intval) = MER24; ;}
+ break;
+
+ case 78:
+-#line 565 "getdate.y"
+- { yyval.intval = yyvsp[0].intval; }
++#line 616 "getdate.y"
++ { (yyval.intval) = (yyvsp[(1) - (1)].intval); ;}
+ break;
+
+
++/* Line 1267 of yacc.c. */
++#line 2171 "getdate.c"
++ default: break;
+ }
++ YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("-> $$ =", yyr1[yyn], &yyval, &yyloc);
+
+-/* Line 1000 of yacc.c. */
+-#line 1782 "getdate.c"
+-
+- yyvsp -= yylen;
+- yyssp -= yylen;
+-
+-
++ YYPOPSTACK (yylen);
++ yylen = 0;
+ YY_STACK_PRINT (yyss, yyssp);
+
+ *++yyvsp = yyval;
+@@ -1812,99 +2202,65 @@
+ if (!yyerrstatus)
+ {
+ ++yynerrs;
+-#if YYERROR_VERBOSE
+- yyn = yypact[yystate];
+-
+- if (YYPACT_NINF < yyn && yyn < YYLAST)
+- {
+- YYSIZE_T yysize = 0;
+- int yytype = YYTRANSLATE (yychar);
+- const char* yyprefix;
+- char *yymsg;
+- int yyx;
+-
+- /* Start YYX at -YYN if negative to avoid negative indexes in
+- YYCHECK. */
+- int yyxbegin = yyn < 0 ? -yyn : 0;
+-
+- /* Stay within bounds of both yycheck and yytname. */
+- int yychecklim = YYLAST - yyn;
+- int yyxend = yychecklim < YYNTOKENS ? yychecklim : YYNTOKENS;
+- int yycount = 0;
+-
+- yyprefix = ", expecting ";
+- for (yyx = yyxbegin; yyx < yyxend; ++yyx)
+- if (yycheck[yyx + yyn] == yyx && yyx != YYTERROR)
++#if ! YYERROR_VERBOSE
++ yyerror (pc, YY_("syntax error"));
++#else
++ {
++ YYSIZE_T yysize = yysyntax_error (0, yystate, yychar);
++ if (yymsg_alloc < yysize && yymsg_alloc < YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM)
++ {
++ YYSIZE_T yyalloc = 2 * yysize;
++ if (! (yysize <= yyalloc && yyalloc <= YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM))
++ yyalloc = YYSTACK_ALLOC_MAXIMUM;
++ if (yymsg != yymsgbuf)
++ YYSTACK_FREE (yymsg);
++ yymsg = (char *) YYSTACK_ALLOC (yyalloc);
++ if (yymsg)
++ yymsg_alloc = yyalloc;
++ else
+ {
+- yysize += yystrlen (yyprefix) + yystrlen (yytname [yyx]);
+- yycount += 1;
+- if (yycount == 5)
+- {
+- yysize = 0;
+- break;
+- }
++ yymsg = yymsgbuf;
++ yymsg_alloc = sizeof yymsgbuf;
+ }
+- yysize += (sizeof ("syntax error, unexpected ")
+- + yystrlen (yytname[yytype]));
+- yymsg = (char *) YYSTACK_ALLOC (yysize);
+- if (yymsg != 0)
+- {
+- char *yyp = yystpcpy (yymsg, "syntax error, unexpected ");
+- yyp = yystpcpy (yyp, yytname[yytype]);
++ }
+
+- if (yycount < 5)
+- {
+- yyprefix = ", expecting ";
+- for (yyx = yyxbegin; yyx < yyxend; ++yyx)
+- if (yycheck[yyx + yyn] == yyx && yyx != YYTERROR)
+- {
+- yyp = yystpcpy (yyp, yyprefix);
+- yyp = yystpcpy (yyp, yytname[yyx]);
+- yyprefix = " or ";
+- }
+- }
+- yyerror (pc, yymsg);
+- YYSTACK_FREE (yymsg);
+- }
+- else
+- yyerror (pc, "syntax error; also virtual memory exhausted");
+- }
+- else
+-#endif /* YYERROR_VERBOSE */
+- yyerror (pc, "syntax error");
++ if (0 < yysize && yysize <= yymsg_alloc)
++ {
++ (void) yysyntax_error (yymsg, yystate, yychar);
++ yyerror (pc, yymsg);
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ yyerror (pc, YY_("syntax error"));
++ if (yysize != 0)
++ goto yyexhaustedlab;
++ }
++ }
++#endif
+ }
+
+
+
+ if (yyerrstatus == 3)
+ {
+- /* If just tried and failed to reuse lookahead token after an
++ /* If just tried and failed to reuse look-ahead token after an
+ error, discard it. */
+
+ if (yychar <= YYEOF)
+- {
+- /* If at end of input, pop the error token,
+- then the rest of the stack, then return failure. */
++ {
++ /* Return failure if at end of input. */
+ if (yychar == YYEOF)
+- for (;;)
+- {
+- YYPOPSTACK;
+- if (yyssp == yyss)
+- YYABORT;
+- YYDSYMPRINTF ("Error: popping", yystos[*yyssp], yyvsp, yylsp);
+- yydestruct (yystos[*yyssp], yyvsp);
+- }
+- }
++ YYABORT;
++ }
+ else
+ {
+- YYDSYMPRINTF ("Error: discarding", yytoken, &yylval, &yylloc);
+- yydestruct (yytoken, &yylval);
++ yydestruct ("Error: discarding",
++ yytoken, &yylval, pc);
+ yychar = YYEMPTY;
+-
+ }
+ }
+
+- /* Else will try to reuse lookahead token after shifting the error
++ /* Else will try to reuse look-ahead token after shifting the error
+ token. */
+ goto yyerrlab1;
+
+@@ -1914,15 +2270,17 @@
+ `---------------------------------------------------*/
+ yyerrorlab:
+
+-#ifdef __GNUC__
+- /* Pacify GCC when the user code never invokes YYERROR and the label
+- yyerrorlab therefore never appears in user code. */
+- if (0)
++ /* Pacify compilers like GCC when the user code never invokes
++ YYERROR and the label yyerrorlab therefore never appears in user
++ code. */
++ if (/*CONSTCOND*/ 0)
+ goto yyerrorlab;
+-#endif
+
+- yyvsp -= yylen;
+- yyssp -= yylen;
++ /* Do not reclaim the symbols of the rule which action triggered
++ this YYERROR. */
++ YYPOPSTACK (yylen);
++ yylen = 0;
++ YY_STACK_PRINT (yyss, yyssp);
+ yystate = *yyssp;
+ goto yyerrlab1;
+
+@@ -1951,9 +2309,10 @@
+ if (yyssp == yyss)
+ YYABORT;
+
+- YYDSYMPRINTF ("Error: popping", yystos[*yyssp], yyvsp, yylsp);
+- yydestruct (yystos[yystate], yyvsp);
+- YYPOPSTACK;
++
++ yydestruct ("Error: popping",
++ yystos[yystate], yyvsp, pc);
++ YYPOPSTACK (1);
+ yystate = *yyssp;
+ YY_STACK_PRINT (yyss, yyssp);
+ }
+@@ -1961,11 +2320,12 @@
+ if (yyn == YYFINAL)
+ YYACCEPT;
+
+- YYDPRINTF ((stderr, "Shifting error token, "));
+-
+ *++yyvsp = yylval;
+
+
++ /* Shift the error token. */
++ YY_SYMBOL_PRINT ("Shifting", yystos[yyn], yyvsp, yylsp);
++
+ yystate = yyn;
+ goto yynewstate;
+
+@@ -1985,25 +2345,43 @@
+ goto yyreturn;
+
+ #ifndef yyoverflow
+-/*----------------------------------------------.
+-| yyoverflowlab -- parser overflow comes here. |
+-`----------------------------------------------*/
+-yyoverflowlab:
+- yyerror (pc, "parser stack overflow");
++/*-------------------------------------------------.
++| yyexhaustedlab -- memory exhaustion comes here. |
++`-------------------------------------------------*/
++yyexhaustedlab:
++ yyerror (pc, YY_("memory exhausted"));
+ yyresult = 2;
+ /* Fall through. */
+ #endif
+
+ yyreturn:
++ if (yychar != YYEOF && yychar != YYEMPTY)
++ yydestruct ("Cleanup: discarding lookahead",
++ yytoken, &yylval, pc);
++ /* Do not reclaim the symbols of the rule which action triggered
++ this YYABORT or YYACCEPT. */
++ YYPOPSTACK (yylen);
++ YY_STACK_PRINT (yyss, yyssp);
++ while (yyssp != yyss)
++ {
++ yydestruct ("Cleanup: popping",
++ yystos[*yyssp], yyvsp, pc);
++ YYPOPSTACK (1);
++ }
+ #ifndef yyoverflow
+ if (yyss != yyssa)
+ YYSTACK_FREE (yyss);
+ #endif
+- return yyresult;
++#if YYERROR_VERBOSE
++ if (yymsg != yymsgbuf)
++ YYSTACK_FREE (yymsg);
++#endif
++ /* Make sure YYID is used. */
++ return YYID (yyresult);
+ }
+
+
+-#line 568 "getdate.y"
++#line 619 "getdate.y"
+
+
+ static table const meridian_table[] =
+@@ -2520,7 +2898,7 @@
+
+ /* Do nothing if the parser reports an error. */
+ static int
+-yyerror (parser_control *pc ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, char *s ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++yyerror (parser_control *pc ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, const char *s ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
+ {
+ return 0;
+ }
+@@ -2563,9 +2941,9 @@
+ if (tz)
+ {
+ size_t tzsize = strlen (tz) + 1;
+- tz = (tzsize <= TZBUFSIZE
++ tz = (tzsize == 1 ? NULL : (tzsize <= TZBUFSIZE
+ ? memcpy (tzbuf, tz, tzsize)
+- : xmemdup (tz, tzsize));
++ : xmemdup (tz, tzsize)));
+ }
+ return tz;
+ }
+@@ -2793,7 +3171,8 @@
+ + sizeof pc.time_zone * CHAR_BIT / 3];
+ if (!tz_was_altered)
+ tz0 = get_tz (tz0buf);
+- sprintf (tz1buf, "XXX%s%ld:%02d", "-" + (time_zone < 0),
++ snprintf(tz1buf, sizeof(tz1buf),
++ "XXX%s%ld:%02d", "-" + (time_zone < 0),
+ abs_time_zone_hour, abs_time_zone_min);
+ if (setenv ("TZ", tz1buf, 1) != 0)
+ goto fail;
+@@ -2891,7 +3270,7 @@
+ ok = false;
+ done:
+ if (tz_was_altered)
+- ok &= (tz0 ? setenv ("TZ", tz0, 1) : unsetenv ("TZ")) == 0;
++ ok &= (tz0 ? setenv("TZ", tz0, 1) : (unsetenv("TZ"), 0)) == 0;
+ if (tz0 != tz0buf)
+ free (tz0);
+ return ok;
+@@ -2900,37 +3279,52 @@
+ #if TEST
+
+ int
+-main (int ac, char **av)
++main(int argc, char **argv)
+ {
+ char buff[BUFSIZ];
++ int cmd = 0;
+
+- printf ("Enter date, or blank line to exit.\n\t> ");
++ if (argc > 1) {
++ int i = 1;
++ buff[0] = '\0';
++ while (i < argc) {
++ if (i > 1)
++ strlcat(buff, " ", BUFSIZ);
++ strlcat(buff, argv[i++], BUFSIZ);
++ }
++ cmd++;
++ goto once;
++ }
++
++ printf("Enter date, or blank line to exit.\n> ");
+ fflush (stdout);
+
+ buff[BUFSIZ - 1] = '\0';
+- while (fgets (buff, BUFSIZ - 1, stdin) && buff[0])
++ while (fgets(buff, BUFSIZ - 1, stdin) && buff[0] &&
++ buff[0] != '\r' && buff[0] != '\n')
+ {
+ struct timespec d;
+ struct tm const *tm;
++ once:
+ if (! get_date (&d, buff, NULL))
+ printf ("Bad format - couldn't convert.\n");
+ else if (! (tm = localtime (&d.tv_sec)))
+ {
+- long int sec = d.tv_sec;
+- printf ("localtime (%ld) failed\n", sec);
++ printf ("localtime (%lld) failed\n", (long long)d.tv_sec);
+ }
+ else
+ {
+ int ns = d.tv_nsec;
+- printf ("%04ld-%02d-%02d %02d:%02d:%02d.%09d\n",
+- tm->tm_year + 1900L, tm->tm_mon + 1, tm->tm_mday,
++ printf ("%13lld =\t%04ld-%02d-%02d %02d:%02d:%02d.%09d\n",
++ (long long)d.tv_sec, (long)tm->tm_year + 1900,
++ tm->tm_mon + 1, tm->tm_mday,
+ tm->tm_hour, tm->tm_min, tm->tm_sec, ns);
+ }
+- printf ("\t> ");
++ if (cmd)
++ return 0;
++ printf ("> ");
+ fflush (stdout);
+ }
+ return 0;
+ }
+ #endif /* TEST */
+-
+-
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/getdate.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/getdate.h
+@@ -1,6 +1,9 @@
++/* $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/lib/getdate.h,v 1.7 2016/10/22 20:15:03 tg Exp $ */
++
+ /* Parse a string into an internal time stamp.
+
+- Copyright (C) 1995, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2004 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
++ Copyright (C) 1995, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005
++ Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+ This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+@@ -16,7 +19,17 @@
+ along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
+ Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. */
+
++#ifndef GETDATE_H
++#define GETDATE_H
++
+ #include <stdbool.h>
++#ifndef IN_RCS
+ #include "timespec.h"
++#else
++#include <sys/time.h>
++#include <time.h>
++#endif
+
+ bool get_date (struct timespec *, char const *, struct timespec const *);
++
++#endif /* GETDATE_H */
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/getdate.y
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/getdate.y
+@@ -1,8 +1,11 @@
+ %{
+ /* Parse a string into an internal time stamp.
+
+- Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Free Software
+- Foundation, Inc.
++ Copyright (C) 1995, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005
++ Free Software Foundation, Inc.
++
++ Copyright (c) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2016, 2017
++ mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
+
+ This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+@@ -38,6 +41,10 @@
+
+ #include "getdate.h"
+
++#ifdef USE_LIBBSD
++size_t strlcat(char *, const char *, size_t);
++#endif
++
+ /* There's no need to extend the stack, so there's no need to involve
+ alloca. */
+ #define YYSTACK_USE_ALLOCA 0
+@@ -65,10 +72,44 @@
+ #include <stdlib.h>
+ #include <string.h>
+
++#ifndef _STDLIB_H
++#define _STDLIB_H 1 /* GNU bison needs this */
++#endif
++
++#ifndef IN_RCS
+ #include "setenv.h"
+ #include "xalloc.h"
++#else /* IN_RCS */
++#include <unistd.h>
++
++#define HAVE_STRUCT_TM_TM_ZONE 1
++#define HAVE_TM_GMTOFF 1
++
++#define gettime(ts) clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME,(ts))
++
++static void *
++xmalloc(size_t s)
++{
++ static const char xmalloc_enomem[] = "memory exhausted\n";
++ void *x;
++
++ if ((x = malloc(s)) == NULL) {
++ write(2, xmalloc_enomem, sizeof(xmalloc_enomem) - 1);
++ exit(1);
++ }
+
+-#if STDC_HEADERS || (! defined isascii && ! HAVE_ISASCII)
++ return (x);
++}
++
++static void *
++xmemdup(void const *p, size_t s)
++{
++ return (memcpy(xmalloc(s), p, s));
++}
++#endif /* IN_RCS */
++
++#if (defined(STDC_HEADERS) && STDC_HEADERS) || \
++ (!defined(isascii) && !HAVE_ISASCII)
+ # define IN_CTYPE_DOMAIN(c) 1
+ #else
+ # define IN_CTYPE_DOMAIN(c) isascii (c)
+@@ -87,7 +128,8 @@
+ of `digit' even when the host does not conform to POSIX. */
+ #define ISDIGIT(c) ((unsigned int) (c) - '0' <= 9)
+
+-#if __GNUC__ < 2 || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 8) || __STRICT_ANSI__
++#if __GNUC__ < 2 || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 8) || \
++ (defined(__STRICT_ANSI__) && __STRICT_ANSI__)
+ # define __attribute__(x)
+ #endif
+
+@@ -95,6 +137,15 @@
+ # define ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED __attribute__ ((__unused__))
+ #endif
+
++#ifndef __IDSTRING
++#define __IDSTRING(varname, string) \
++ static const char varname[] __attribute__((__used__)) = \
++ "@(""#)" #varname ": " string
++#endif
++
++__IDSTRING(rcsid_code, "$MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/lib/getdate.y,v 1.12 2017/03/26 15:54:06 tg Exp $");
++/* placeholder line for __IDSTRING(rcsid_bron, "$miros: ..."); so that cpp #line directives work */
++
+ /* Shift A right by B bits portably, by dividing A by 2**B and
+ truncating towards minus infinity. A and B should be free of side
+ effects, and B should be in the range 0 <= B <= INT_BITS - 2, where
+@@ -191,7 +242,7 @@
+
+ union YYSTYPE;
+ static int yylex (union YYSTYPE *, parser_control *);
+-static int yyerror (parser_control *, char *);
++static int yyerror (parser_control *, const char *);
+ static long int time_zone_hhmm (textint, long int);
+
+ %}
+@@ -1081,7 +1132,7 @@
+
+ /* Do nothing if the parser reports an error. */
+ static int
+-yyerror (parser_control *pc ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, char *s ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++yyerror (parser_control *pc ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, const char *s ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
+ {
+ return 0;
+ }
+@@ -1124,9 +1175,9 @@
+ if (tz)
+ {
+ size_t tzsize = strlen (tz) + 1;
+- tz = (tzsize <= TZBUFSIZE
++ tz = (tzsize == 1 ? NULL : (tzsize <= TZBUFSIZE
+ ? memcpy (tzbuf, tz, tzsize)
+- : xmemdup (tz, tzsize));
++ : xmemdup (tz, tzsize)));
+ }
+ return tz;
+ }
+@@ -1354,7 +1405,8 @@
+ + sizeof pc.time_zone * CHAR_BIT / 3];
+ if (!tz_was_altered)
+ tz0 = get_tz (tz0buf);
+- sprintf (tz1buf, "XXX%s%ld:%02d", "-" + (time_zone < 0),
++ snprintf(tz1buf, sizeof(tz1buf),
++ "XXX%s%ld:%02d", "-" + (time_zone < 0),
+ abs_time_zone_hour, abs_time_zone_min);
+ if (setenv ("TZ", tz1buf, 1) != 0)
+ goto fail;
+@@ -1452,7 +1504,7 @@
+ ok = false;
+ done:
+ if (tz_was_altered)
+- ok &= (tz0 ? setenv ("TZ", tz0, 1) : unsetenv ("TZ")) == 0;
++ ok &= (tz0 ? setenv("TZ", tz0, 1) : (unsetenv("TZ"), 0)) == 0;
+ if (tz0 != tz0buf)
+ free (tz0);
+ return ok;
+@@ -1461,33 +1513,50 @@
+ #if TEST
+
+ int
+-main (int ac, char **av)
++main(int argc, char **argv)
+ {
+ char buff[BUFSIZ];
++ int cmd = 0;
++
++ if (argc > 1) {
++ int i = 1;
++ buff[0] = '\0';
++ while (i < argc) {
++ if (i > 1)
++ strlcat(buff, " ", BUFSIZ);
++ strlcat(buff, argv[i++], BUFSIZ);
++ }
++ cmd++;
++ goto once;
++ }
+
+- printf ("Enter date, or blank line to exit.\n\t> ");
++ printf("Enter date, or blank line to exit.\n> ");
+ fflush (stdout);
+
+ buff[BUFSIZ - 1] = '\0';
+- while (fgets (buff, BUFSIZ - 1, stdin) && buff[0])
++ while (fgets(buff, BUFSIZ - 1, stdin) && buff[0] &&
++ buff[0] != '\r' && buff[0] != '\n')
+ {
+ struct timespec d;
+ struct tm const *tm;
++ once:
+ if (! get_date (&d, buff, NULL))
+ printf ("Bad format - couldn't convert.\n");
+ else if (! (tm = localtime (&d.tv_sec)))
+ {
+- long int sec = d.tv_sec;
+- printf ("localtime (%ld) failed\n", sec);
++ printf ("localtime (%lld) failed\n", (long long)d.tv_sec);
+ }
+ else
+ {
+ int ns = d.tv_nsec;
+- printf ("%04ld-%02d-%02d %02d:%02d:%02d.%09d\n",
+- tm->tm_year + 1900L, tm->tm_mon + 1, tm->tm_mday,
++ printf ("%13lld =\t%04ld-%02d-%02d %02d:%02d:%02d.%09d\n",
++ (long long)d.tv_sec, (long)tm->tm_year + 1900,
++ tm->tm_mon + 1, tm->tm_mday,
+ tm->tm_hour, tm->tm_min, tm->tm_sec, ns);
+ }
+- printf ("\t> ");
++ if (cmd)
++ return 0;
++ printf ("> ");
+ fflush (stdout);
+ }
+ return 0;
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/getdelim.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/getdelim.c
+@@ -48,7 +48,6 @@
+ {
+ int result = 0;
+ ssize_t cur_len = 0;
+- ssize_t len;
+
+ if (lineptr == NULL || n == NULL || fp == NULL)
+ {
+@@ -71,7 +70,6 @@
+
+ for (;;)
+ {
+- char *t;
+ int i;
+
+ i = getc (fp);
+@@ -82,12 +80,12 @@
+ }
+
+ /* Make enough space for len+1 (for final NUL) bytes. */
+- if (cur_len + 1 >= *n)
++ if ((size_t)cur_len + 1U >= *n)
+ {
+ size_t needed = 2 * (cur_len + 1) + 1; /* Be generous. */
+ char *new_lineptr;
+
+- if (needed < cur_len)
++ if (needed < (size_t)cur_len)
+ {
+ result = -1;
+ goto unlock_return;
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/gettext.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/gettext.h
+@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@
+ #define _LIBGETTEXT_H 1
+
+ /* NLS can be disabled through the configure --disable-nls option. */
+-#if ENABLE_NLS
++#if defined(ENABLE_NLS) && (ENABLE_NLS)
+
+ /* Get declarations of GNU message catalog functions. */
+ # include <libintl.h>
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/minmax.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/minmax.h
+@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@
+ included after this file. Likewise for <sys/param.h>.
+ If more than one of these system headers define MIN and MAX, pick just
+ one of the headers (because the definitions most likely are the same). */
+-#if HAVE_MINMAX_IN_LIMITS_H
++#if defined(HAVE_MINMAX_IN_LIMITS_H) && (HAVE_MINMAX_IN_LIMITS_H)
+ # include <limits.h>
+ #elif HAVE_MINMAX_IN_SYS_PARAM_H
+ # include <sys/param.h>
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/pagealign_alloc.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/pagealign_alloc.c
+@@ -44,6 +44,10 @@
+ #include "xalloc.h"
+ #include "gettext.h"
+
++#if HAVE_MMAP && !defined(HAVE_MAP_ANONYMOUS)
++#include <stdio.h>
++#endif
++
+ #define _(str) gettext (str)
+
+ #if HAVE_MMAP
+@@ -132,6 +136,7 @@
+ const int fd = -1;
+ const int flags = MAP_ANONYMOUS | MAP_PRIVATE;
+ # else /* !HAVE_MAP_ANONYMOUS */
++ static int beenhere = 0;
+ static int fd = -1; /* Only open /dev/zero once in order to avoid limiting
+ the amount of memory we may allocate based on the
+ number of open file descriptors. */
+@@ -140,7 +145,20 @@
+ {
+ fd = open ("/dev/zero", O_RDONLY, 0666);
+ if (fd < 0)
+- error (EXIT_FAILURE, errno, _("Failed to open /dev/zero for read"));
++ {
++ if (!beenhere)
++ {
++ beenhere = 1;
++ error (EXIT_FAILURE, errno, _("Failed to open /dev/zero for read"));
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ fprintf (stderr, "Fatal in pagealign: %s\n",
++ _("Failed to open /dev/zero for read"));
++ fflush (stderr);
++ _exit (EXIT_FAILURE);
++ }
++ }
+ }
+ # endif /* HAVE_MAP_ANONYMOUS */
+ ret = mmap (NULL, size, PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE, flags, fd, 0);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/regcomp.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/regcomp.c
+@@ -1652,8 +1652,6 @@
+ && dfa->edests[node].nelem
+ && !dfa->nodes[dfa->edests[node].elems[0]].duplicated)
+ {
+- Idx org_node, cur_node;
+- org_node = cur_node = node;
+ err = duplicate_node_closure (dfa, node, node, node, constraint);
+ if (BE (err != REG_NOERROR, 0))
+ return err;
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/regex_internal.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/regex_internal.c
+@@ -629,7 +629,7 @@
+
+ if (pstr->is_utf8)
+ {
+- const unsigned char *raw, *p, *q, *end;
++ const unsigned char *raw, *p, *end;
+
+ /* Special case UTF-8. Multi-byte chars start with any
+ byte other than 0x80 - 0xbf. */
+@@ -641,17 +641,8 @@
+ mbstate_t cur_state;
+ wchar_t wc2;
+ Idx mlen = raw + pstr->len - p;
+- unsigned char buf[6];
+ size_t mbclen;
+
+- q = p;
+- if (BE (pstr->trans != NULL, 0))
+- {
+- int i = mlen < 6 ? mlen : 6;
+- while (--i >= 0)
+- buf[i] = pstr->trans[p[i]];
+- q = buf;
+- }
+ /* XXX Don't use mbrtowc, we know which conversion
+ to use (UTF-8 -> UCS4). */
+ memset (&cur_state, 0, sizeof (cur_state));
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/regex_internal.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/regex_internal.h
+@@ -451,7 +451,9 @@
+ #define re_string_skip_bytes(pstr,idx) ((pstr)->cur_idx += (idx))
+ #define re_string_set_index(pstr,idx) ((pstr)->cur_idx = (idx))
+
++#ifdef HAVE_ALLOCA_H
+ #include <alloca.h>
++#endif
+
+ #ifndef _LIBC
+ # if HAVE_ALLOCA
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/sunos57-select.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/sunos57-select.c
+@@ -40,6 +40,11 @@
+ #include <sys/stat.h>
+ #include <errno.h>
+
++#if defined(STDC_HEADERS) || defined(HAVE_STRING_H)
++# include <string.h>
++#else
++# include <strings.h>
++#endif
+ #ifdef HAVE_UNISTD_H
+ # include <unistd.h>
+ #endif /* HAVE_UNISTD_H */
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/system.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/system.h
+@@ -304,7 +304,7 @@
+
+
+
+-/* Some file systems are case-insensitive. If FOLD_FN_CHAR is
++/* Some filesystems are case-insensitive. If FOLD_FN_CHAR is
+ #defined, it maps the character C onto its "canonical" form. In a
+ case-insensitive system, it would map all alphanumeric characters
+ to lower case. Under Windows NT, / and \ are both path component
+@@ -315,7 +315,7 @@
+ # define fncmp strcmp
+ #endif
+
+-/* Different file systems can have different naming patterns which designate
++/* Different filesystems can have different naming patterns which designate
+ * a path as absolute.
+ */
+ #ifndef ISABSOLUTE
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/tempname.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/tempname.c
+@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@
+ if (try_tmpdir)
+ {
+ d = __secure_getenv ("TMPDIR");
+- if (d != NULL && direxists (d))
++ if (d != NULL && *d && direxists (d))
+ dir = d;
+ else if (dir != NULL && direxists (dir))
+ /* nothing */ ;
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/test-getdate.sh
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/test-getdate.sh
+@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
+ #! /bin/sh
++# $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/lib/test-getdate.sh,v 1.2 2016/10/22 15:34:32 tg Exp $
+
+ # Test that a getdate executable meets its specification.
+ #
+@@ -19,6 +20,11 @@
+ # Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
+
+
++# as this uses POSIX behaviour and does not count leap seconds...
++if test -n "$GETDATE_LD_PRELOAD"; then
++ LD_PRELOAD=$GETDATE_LD_PRELOAD
++ export LD_PRELOAD
++fi
+
+ ###
+ ### Globals
+@@ -113,10 +119,9 @@
+ NTZ=`TZ=$1 date +%Z`
+ if test "$NTZ" = "$UTZ" || test "$NTZ" = "$1"; then
+ skipreason="$1 is not a recognized timezone on this system"
+- return `false`
+- else
+- return `:`
++ return 1
+ fi
++ :
+ }
+
+
+@@ -184,22 +189,22 @@
+
+ cat >getdate-expected <<EOF
+ Enter date, or blank line to exit.
+- > Bad format - couldn't convert.
+- > Bad format - couldn't convert.
+- > 1972-12-05 00:00:00.000000000
+- > 1974-03-29 00:00:00.000000000
+- > 1996-05-12 13:57:45.000000000
+- > 2012-05-12 00:00:00.000000000
+- > 1996-05-12 00:00:00.000000000
+- > Bad format - couldn't convert.
+- > Bad format - couldn't convert.
+- > 1970-01-01 02:00:00.000000000
+- > Bad format - couldn't convert.
+- > 1969-12-31 22:00:00.000000000
+- > Bad format - couldn't convert.
+- > 1970-01-01 06:00:00.000000000
+- > 1997-01-12 00:00:00.000000000
+- >
++> Bad format - couldn't convert.
++> Bad format - couldn't convert.
++> 92361600 = 1972-12-05 00:00:00.000000000
++> 133747200 = 1974-03-29 00:00:00.000000000
++> 831909465 = 1996-05-12 13:57:45.000000000
++> 1336780800 = 2012-05-12 00:00:00.000000000
++> 831859200 = 1996-05-12 00:00:00.000000000
++> Bad format - couldn't convert.
++> Bad format - couldn't convert.
++> 7200 = 1970-01-01 02:00:00.000000000
++> Bad format - couldn't convert.
++> -7200 = 1969-12-31 22:00:00.000000000
++> Bad format - couldn't convert.
++> 21600 = 1970-01-01 06:00:00.000000000
++> 853027200 = 1997-01-12 00:00:00.000000000
++>
+ EOF
+
+ ./getdate >getdate-got <<EOF
+@@ -235,22 +240,22 @@
+ if valid_timezone $TZ; then
+ cat >getdate-expected <<EOF
+ Enter date, or blank line to exit.
+- > 2005-03-01 00:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-03-27 00:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-03-28 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-03-28 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-03-29 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-03-29 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-03-30 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-03-30 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-03-31 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-03-31 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-04-01 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-04-01 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-04-10 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-04-10 01:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-04-01 00:00:00.000000000
+- >
++> 1109635200 = 2005-03-01 00:00:00.000000000
++> 1111881600 = 2005-03-27 00:00:00.000000000
++> 1111968000 = 2005-03-28 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1111968000 = 2005-03-28 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1112054400 = 2005-03-29 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1112054400 = 2005-03-29 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1112140800 = 2005-03-30 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1112140800 = 2005-03-30 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1112227200 = 2005-03-31 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1112227200 = 2005-03-31 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1112313600 = 2005-04-01 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1112313600 = 2005-04-01 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1113091200 = 2005-04-10 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1113091200 = 2005-04-10 01:00:00.000000000
++> 1112310000 = 2005-04-01 00:00:00.000000000
++>
+ EOF
+
+ ./getdate >getdate-got <<EOF
+@@ -297,20 +302,20 @@
+ if valid_timezone $TZ; then
+ cat >getdate-expected <<EOF
+ Enter date, or blank line to exit.
+- > 2005-03-01 00:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-02-28 18:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-04-01 00:00:00.000000000
+- > Bad format - couldn't convert.
+- > 2005-04-30 19:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-04-30 20:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-05-01 00:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-04-30 20:00:00.000000000
+- > Bad format - couldn't convert.
+- > 2005-05-31 19:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-05-31 20:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-06-01 00:00:00.000000000
+- > 2005-05-31 20:00:00.000000000
+- >
++> 1109653200 = 2005-03-01 00:00:00.000000000
++> 1109631600 = 2005-02-28 18:00:00.000000000
++> 1112331600 = 2005-04-01 00:00:00.000000000
++> Bad format - couldn't convert.
++> 1114902000 = 2005-04-30 19:00:00.000000000
++> 1114905600 = 2005-04-30 20:00:00.000000000
++> 1114920000 = 2005-05-01 00:00:00.000000000
++> 1114905600 = 2005-04-30 20:00:00.000000000
++> Bad format - couldn't convert.
++> 1117580400 = 2005-05-31 19:00:00.000000000
++> 1117584000 = 2005-05-31 20:00:00.000000000
++> 1117598400 = 2005-06-01 00:00:00.000000000
++> 1117584000 = 2005-05-31 20:00:00.000000000
++>
+ EOF
+
+ ./getdate >getdate-got <<EOF
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/vasnprintf.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/vasnprintf.c
+@@ -26,7 +26,9 @@
+ # include <config.h>
+ #endif
+ #ifndef IN_LIBINTL
++# ifdef HAVE_ALLOCA_H
+ # include <alloca.h>
++# endif
+ #endif
+
+ /* Specification. */
+@@ -100,7 +102,12 @@
+ # define DIRECTIVE char_directive
+ # define DIRECTIVES char_directives
+ # define PRINTF_PARSE printf_parse
++#if 0
++/* disabled for security reasons, to avoid having %n in writable memory */
+ # define USE_SNPRINTF (HAVE_DECL__SNPRINTF || HAVE_SNPRINTF)
++#else
++# define USE_SNPRINTF 0
++#endif
+ # if HAVE_DECL__SNPRINTF
+ /* Windows. */
+ # define SNPRINTF _snprintf
+@@ -591,11 +598,12 @@
+ {
+ size_t maxlen;
+ int count;
+- int retcount;
++#if USE_SNPRINTF
++ int retcount = 0;
++#endif
+
+ maxlen = allocated - length;
+ count = -1;
+- retcount = 0;
+
+ #if USE_SNPRINTF
+ # define SNPRINTF_BUF(arg) \
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/lib/xalloc.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/lib/xalloc.h
+@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
+
+
+ # ifndef __attribute__
+-# if __GNUC__ < 2 || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 8) || __STRICT_ANSI__
++# if __GNUC__ < 2 || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 8) || (defined(__STRICT_ANSI__) && (__STRICT_ANSI__))
+ # define __attribute__(x)
+ # endif
+ # endif
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/m4/getcwd-path-max.m4
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/m4/getcwd-path-max.m4
+@@ -65,8 +65,8 @@
+ {
+ #ifndef PATH_MAX
+ /* The Hurd doesn't define this, so getcwd can't exhibit the bug --
+- at least not on a local file system. And if we were to start worrying
+- about remote file systems, we'd have to enable the wrapper function
++ at least not on a local filesystem. And if we were to start worrying
++ about remote filesystems, we'd have to enable the wrapper function
+ all of the time, just to be safe. That's not worth the cost. */
+ exit (0);
+ #elif ((INT_MAX / (DIR_NAME_SIZE / DOTDOTSLASH_LEN + 1) \
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/m4/getdate.m4
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/m4/getdate.m4
+@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
+
+ AC_DEFUN([gl_GETDATE],
+ [
+- AC_LIBSOURCES([getdate.h, getdate.y])
++ AC_LIBSOURCES([getdate.h, getdate.c])
+ AC_LIBOBJ([getdate])
+
+ dnl Prerequisites of lib/getdate.h.
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/m4/longdouble.m4
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/m4/longdouble.m4
+@@ -8,21 +8,12 @@
+ dnl Test whether the compiler supports the 'long double' type.
+ dnl Prerequisite: AC_PROG_CC
+
++dnl $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/m4/longdouble.m4,v 1.4 2016/10/22 03:36:43 tg Exp $
++
+ AC_DEFUN([gt_TYPE_LONGDOUBLE],
+ [
+- AC_CACHE_CHECK([for long double], gt_cv_c_long_double,
+- [if test "$GCC" = yes; then
+- gt_cv_c_long_double=yes
+- else
+- AC_TRY_COMPILE([
+- /* The Stardent Vistra knows sizeof(long double), but does not support it. */
+- long double foo = 0.0;
+- /* On Ultrix 4.3 cc, long double is 4 and double is 8. */
+- int array [2*(sizeof(long double) >= sizeof(double)) - 1];
+- ], ,
+- gt_cv_c_long_double=yes, gt_cv_c_long_double=no)
+- fi])
+- if test $gt_cv_c_long_double = yes; then
++ AC_CHECK_TYPE([long double], [gt_cv_c_long_double=yes], [gt_cv_c_long_double=no])
++ if test x"$gt_cv_c_long_double" = x"yes"; then
+ AC_DEFINE(HAVE_LONG_DOUBLE, 1, [Define if you have the 'long double' type.])
+ fi
+ ])
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/m4/mktime.m4
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/m4/mktime.m4
+@@ -6,6 +6,9 @@
+
+ dnl From Jim Meyering.
+
++dnl Test program updated to git faefb77009239f82ac2f77ac0c10d71d4f38af07
++dnl for Debian.
++
+ # Redefine AC_FUNC_MKTIME, to fix a bug in Autoconf 2.57 and earlier.
+ # This redefinition can be removed once a new version of Autoconf comes out.
+ # The redefinition is taken from
+@@ -19,27 +22,16 @@
+ AC_CACHE_CHECK([for working mktime], ac_cv_func_working_mktime,
+ [AC_RUN_IFELSE([AC_LANG_SOURCE(
+ [[/* Test program from Paul Eggert and Tony Leneis. */
+-#if TIME_WITH_SYS_TIME
+-# include <sys/time.h>
+-# include <time.h>
+-#else
+-# if HAVE_SYS_TIME_H
+-# include <sys/time.h>
+-# else
+-# include <time.h>
+-# endif
+-#endif
++#include <limits.h>
++#include <stdlib.h>
++#include <time.h>
+
+-#if HAVE_STDLIB_H
+-# include <stdlib.h>
+-#endif
+-
+-#if HAVE_UNISTD_H
++#ifdef HAVE_UNISTD_H
+ # include <unistd.h>
+ #endif
+
+-#if !HAVE_ALARM
+-# define alarm(X) /* empty */
++#if HAVE_DECL_ALARM
++# include <signal.h>
+ #endif
+
+ /* Work around redefinition to rpl_putenv by other config tests. */
+@@ -55,9 +47,9 @@
+ };
+ #define N_STRINGS (sizeof (tz_strings) / sizeof (tz_strings[0]))
+
+-/* Fail if mktime fails to convert a date in the spring-forward gap.
++/* Return 0 if mktime fails to convert a date in the spring-forward gap.
+ Based on a problem report from Andreas Jaeger. */
+-static void
++static int
+ spring_forward_gap ()
+ {
+ /* glibc (up to about 1998-10-07) failed this test. */
+@@ -76,29 +68,25 @@
+ tm.tm_min = 0;
+ tm.tm_sec = 0;
+ tm.tm_isdst = -1;
+- if (mktime (&tm) == (time_t)-1)
+- exit (1);
++ return mktime (&tm) != (time_t) -1;
+ }
+
+-static void
+-mktime_test1 (now)
+- time_t now;
++static int
++mktime_test1 (time_t now)
+ {
+ struct tm *lt;
+- if ((lt = localtime (&now)) && mktime (lt) != now)
+- exit (1);
++ return ! (lt = localtime (&now)) || mktime (lt) == now;
+ }
+
+-static void
+-mktime_test (now)
+- time_t now;
++static int
++mktime_test (time_t now)
+ {
+- mktime_test1 (now);
+- mktime_test1 ((time_t) (time_t_max - now));
+- mktime_test1 ((time_t) (time_t_min + now));
++ return (mktime_test1 (now)
++ && mktime_test1 ((time_t) (time_t_max - now))
++ && mktime_test1 ((time_t) (time_t_min + now)));
+ }
+
+-static void
++static int
+ irix_6_4_bug ()
+ {
+ /* Based on code from Ariel Faigon. */
+@@ -111,13 +99,11 @@
+ tm.tm_sec = 0;
+ tm.tm_isdst = -1;
+ mktime (&tm);
+- if (tm.tm_mon != 2 || tm.tm_mday != 31)
+- exit (1);
++ return tm.tm_mon == 2 && tm.tm_mday == 31;
+ }
+
+-static void
+-bigtime_test (j)
+- int j;
++static int
++bigtime_test (int j)
+ {
+ struct tm tm;
+ time_t now;
+@@ -127,56 +113,110 @@
+ {
+ struct tm *lt = localtime (&now);
+ if (! (lt
+- && lt->tm_year == tm.tm_year
+- && lt->tm_mon == tm.tm_mon
+- && lt->tm_mday == tm.tm_mday
+- && lt->tm_hour == tm.tm_hour
+- && lt->tm_min == tm.tm_min
+- && lt->tm_sec == tm.tm_sec
+- && lt->tm_yday == tm.tm_yday
+- && lt->tm_wday == tm.tm_wday
+- && ((lt->tm_isdst < 0 ? -1 : 0 < lt->tm_isdst)
+- == (tm.tm_isdst < 0 ? -1 : 0 < tm.tm_isdst))))
+- exit (1);
++ && lt->tm_year == tm.tm_year
++ && lt->tm_mon == tm.tm_mon
++ && lt->tm_mday == tm.tm_mday
++ && lt->tm_hour == tm.tm_hour
++ && lt->tm_min == tm.tm_min
++ && lt->tm_sec == tm.tm_sec
++ && lt->tm_yday == tm.tm_yday
++ && lt->tm_wday == tm.tm_wday
++ && ((lt->tm_isdst < 0 ? -1 : 0 < lt->tm_isdst)
++ == (tm.tm_isdst < 0 ? -1 : 0 < tm.tm_isdst))))
++ return 0;
+ }
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++year_2050_test ()
++{
++ /* The correct answer for 2050-02-01 00:00:00 in Pacific time,
++ ignoring leap seconds. */
++ unsigned long int answer = 2527315200UL;
++
++ struct tm tm;
++ time_t t;
++ tm.tm_year = 2050 - 1900;
++ tm.tm_mon = 2 - 1;
++ tm.tm_mday = 1;
++ tm.tm_hour = tm.tm_min = tm.tm_sec = 0;
++ tm.tm_isdst = -1;
++
++ /* Use the portable POSIX.1 specification "TZ=PST8PDT,M4.1.0,M10.5.0"
++ instead of "TZ=America/Vancouver" in order to detect the bug even
++ on systems that don't support the Olson extension, or don't have the
++ full zoneinfo tables installed. */
++ putenv ("TZ=PST8PDT,M4.1.0,M10.5.0");
++
++ t = mktime (&tm);
++
++ /* Check that the result is either a failure, or close enough
++ to the correct answer that we can assume the discrepancy is
++ due to leap seconds. */
++ return (t == (time_t) -1
++ || (0 < t && answer - 120 <= t && t <= answer + 120));
+ }
+
+ int
+ main ()
+ {
++ int result = 0;
+ time_t t, delta;
+ int i, j;
++ int time_t_signed_magnitude = (time_t) ~ (time_t) 0 < (time_t) -1;
++ int time_t_signed = ! ((time_t) 0 < (time_t) -1);
+
++#if HAVE_DECL_ALARM
+ /* This test makes some buggy mktime implementations loop.
+ Give up after 60 seconds; a mktime slower than that
+ isn't worth using anyway. */
++ signal (SIGALRM, SIG_DFL);
+ alarm (60);
++#endif
++
++ time_t_max = (! time_t_signed
++ ? (time_t) -1
++ : ((((time_t) 1 << (sizeof (time_t) * CHAR_BIT - 2)) - 1)
++ * 2 + 1));
++ time_t_min = (! time_t_signed
++ ? (time_t) 0
++ : time_t_signed_magnitude
++ ? ~ (time_t) 0
++ : ~ time_t_max);
+
+- for (time_t_max = 1; 0 < time_t_max; time_t_max *= 2)
+- continue;
+- time_t_max--;
+- if ((time_t) -1 < 0)
+- for (time_t_min = -1; (time_t) (time_t_min * 2) < 0; time_t_min *= 2)
+- continue;
+ delta = time_t_max / 997; /* a suitable prime number */
+ for (i = 0; i < N_STRINGS; i++)
+ {
+ if (tz_strings[i])
+- putenv (tz_strings[i]);
++ putenv (tz_strings[i]);
+
+- for (t = 0; t <= time_t_max - delta; t += delta)
+- mktime_test (t);
+- mktime_test ((time_t) 1);
+- mktime_test ((time_t) (60 * 60));
+- mktime_test ((time_t) (60 * 60 * 24));
+-
+- for (j = 1; 0 < j; j *= 2)
+- bigtime_test (j);
+- bigtime_test (j - 1);
++ for (t = 0; t <= time_t_max - delta && (result & 1) == 0; t += delta)
++ if (! mktime_test (t))
++ result |= 1;
++ if ((result & 2) == 0
++ && ! (mktime_test ((time_t) 1)
++ && mktime_test ((time_t) (60 * 60))
++ && mktime_test ((time_t) (60 * 60 * 24))))
++ result |= 2;
++
++ for (j = 1; (result & 4) == 0; j <<= 1)
++ {
++ if (! bigtime_test (j))
++ result |= 4;
++ if (INT_MAX / 2 < j)
++ break;
++ }
++ if ((result & 8) == 0 && ! bigtime_test (INT_MAX))
++ result |= 8;
+ }
+- irix_6_4_bug ();
+- spring_forward_gap ();
+- exit (0);
++ if (! irix_6_4_bug ())
++ result |= 16;
++ if (! spring_forward_gap ())
++ result |= 32;
++ if (! year_2050_test ())
++ result |= 64;
++ return result;
+ }]])],
+ [ac_cv_func_working_mktime=yes],
+ [ac_cv_func_working_mktime=no],
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/man/cvs.5
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/man/cvs.5
+@@ -1,3 +1,4 @@
++.\" $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/man/cvs.5,v 1.3 2010/09/19 19:43:00 tg Exp $
+ .TH cvs 5 "12 February 1992"
+ .\" Full space in nroff; half space in troff
+ .de SP
+@@ -238,9 +239,9 @@
+ .B add
+ for `tag',
+ .B mov
+-for `tag -F', and
++for `tag \-F', and
+ .B del
+-for `tag -d`),
++for `tag \-d`),
+ .I repository ,
+ and any remaining are pairs of
+ .B "filename revision" .
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/ChangeLog
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/ChangeLog
+@@ -11313,7 +11313,7 @@
+ 1999-05-11 Larry Jones <larry.jones@sdrc.com>
+
+ * server.c (serve_notify): Allocate enough memory to hold the
+- "misformed Notify request" message in pending_error_text.
++ "malformed Notify request" message in pending_error_text.
+
+ 1999-05-11 Jim Kingdon <http://www.cyclic.com>
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/Makefile.am
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/Makefile.am
+@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
+ ## Process this file with automake to produce Makefile.in
++# $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/src/Makefile.am,v 1.9 2017/08/12 18:15:18 tg Exp $
+ # Makefile for GNU CVS program.
+ #
+ # Copyright (C) 1986-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+@@ -22,7 +23,6 @@
+ -I$(top_srcdir)/diff $(ZLIB_CPPFLAGS)
+
+ bin_PROGRAMS = cvs
+-bin_SCRIPTS = cvsbug
+
+ # The cvs executable
+ cvs_SOURCES = \
+@@ -79,6 +79,7 @@
+ stack.c stack.h \
+ status.c \
+ subr.c subr.h \
++ suck.c \
+ tag.c \
+ update.c \
+ version.c \
+@@ -109,6 +110,7 @@
+ ../diff/libdiff.a \
+ ../lib/libcvs.a \
+ $(ZLIB_LIBS)
++cvs_LDFLAGS = -Wl,--as-needed
+ cvs_LDADD = $(cvs_client_objects) \
+ ../diff/libdiff.a \
+ ../lib/libcvs.a \
+@@ -127,7 +129,10 @@
+ build_src.com \
+ sanity.sh
+
+-check-local: localcheck remotecheck proxycheck
++# noredirectcheck currently stalls in config2-init-3 because
++# it gets back a compressed(?) response from the server it
++# cannot deal with and waits for commands? replies?
++check-local: localcheck remotecheck proxycheck #noredirectcheck
+
+ .PHONY: localcheck
+ localcheck: sanity.config.sh
+@@ -141,6 +146,10 @@
+ proxycheck: all sanity.config.sh
+ $(SHELL) $(srcdir)/sanity.sh -p `pwd`/cvs$(EXEEXT)
+
++.PHONY: noredirectcheck
++noredirectcheck: all sanity.config.sh
++ $(SHELL) $(srcdir)/sanity.sh -n `pwd`/cvs$(EXEEXT)
++
+ # Our distclean targets
+ distclean-local:
+ rm -f check.log check.plog check.plog~
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/add.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/add.c
+@@ -532,7 +532,8 @@
+ free (bbuf);
+ }
+ Register (entries, finfo.file, "0",
+- timestamp ? timestamp : vers->ts_user,
++ timestamp ? timestamp :
++ vers->ts_user_ists ? "locally added" : vers->ts_user,
+ vers->options, vers->tag, vers->date, NULL);
+ if (timestamp) free (timestamp);
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+@@ -784,7 +785,7 @@
+ }
+
+ /* setup the log message */
+- message = Xasprintf ("Directory %s added to the repository\n%s%s%s%s%s%s",
++ message = Xasprintf ("Directory %s put under version control\n%s%s%s%s%s%s",
+ rcsdir,
+ tag ? "--> Using per-directory sticky tag `" : "",
+ tag ? tag : "", tag ? "'\n" : "",
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/admin.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/admin.c
+@@ -147,6 +147,7 @@
+ TRACE (TRACE_FUNCTION, "postadmin_proc (%s, %s)", repository, filter);
+
+ /* %c = cvs_cmd_name
++ * %I = commit ID
+ * %R = referrer
+ * %p = shortrepos
+ * %r = repository
+@@ -162,6 +163,7 @@
+ #endif /* SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS */
+ filter,
+ "c", "s", cvs_cmd_name,
++ "I", "s", global_session_id,
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ "R", "s", referrer ? referrer->original : "NONE",
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/annotate.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/annotate.c
+@@ -21,6 +21,7 @@
+
+ /* Options from the command line. */
+
++static int backwards = 0;
+ static int force_tag_match = 1;
+ static int force_binary = 0;
+ static char *tag = NULL;
+@@ -36,7 +37,8 @@
+
+ static const char *const annotate_usage[] =
+ {
+- "Usage: %s %s [-lRfF] [-r rev] [-D date] [files...]\n",
++ "Usage: %s %s [-blRfF] [-r rev] [-D date] [files...]\n",
++ "\t-b\tBackwards, show when a line was removed.\n",
+ "\t-l\tLocal directory only, no recursion.\n",
+ "\t-R\tProcess directories recursively.\n",
+ "\t-f\tUse head revision if tag/date not found.\n",
+@@ -63,10 +65,13 @@
+ usage (annotate_usage);
+
+ optind = 0;
+- while ((c = getopt (argc, argv, "+lr:D:fFR")) != -1)
++ while ((c = getopt (argc, argv, "+blr:D:fFR")) != -1)
+ {
+ switch (c)
+ {
++ case 'b':
++ backwards = 1;
++ break;
+ case 'l':
+ local = 1;
+ break;
+@@ -105,6 +110,8 @@
+
+ ign_setup ();
+
++ if (backwards)
++ send_arg ("-b");
+ if (local)
+ send_arg ("-l");
+ if (!force_tag_match)
+@@ -280,7 +287,8 @@
+ else
+ {
+ RCS_deltas (finfo->rcs, NULL, NULL,
+- version, RCS_ANNOTATE, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL);
++ version, backwards ? RCS_ANNOTATE_BACKWARDS : RCS_ANNOTATE,
++ NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL);
+ }
+ free (version);
+ return 0;
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/buffer.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/buffer.c
+@@ -1,6 +1,9 @@
+ /*
++ * Copyright © 2017 mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
+ * Copyright (C) 1996-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ *
++ * Portions Copyright (c) 2017 Patrick Keshishian
++ *
+ * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+ * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
+@@ -536,9 +539,10 @@
+ void
+ buf_free_data (struct buffer *buffer)
+ {
+- if (buf_empty_p (buffer)) return;
++ if (buffer->data) {
+ buf_free_datas (buffer->data, buffer->last);
+ buffer->data = buffer->last = NULL;
++ }
+ }
+
+
+@@ -1049,7 +1053,14 @@
+ }
+
+ /* Put in the command. */
+- buf_append_char (outbuf, command);
++ switch (command) {
++ case CVS_OUTPUT_EX_LOGM:
++ buf_output0 (outbuf, "LOGM");
++ break;
++ default:
++ buf_append_char (outbuf, command);
++ break;
++ }
+ buf_append_char (outbuf, ' ');
+
+ if (inbuf->data != nldata)
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/checkout.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/checkout.c
+@@ -422,7 +422,7 @@
+ *
+ * ERRORS
+ * Exits with a fatal error message when various events occur, such as not
+- * being able to resolve a path or failing ot chdir to a path.
++ * being able to resolve a path or failing to chdir to a path.
+ */
+ int
+ safe_location (char *where)
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/client.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/client.c
+@@ -3077,6 +3077,7 @@
+ rs_optional),
+ RSP_LINE("M", handle_m, response_type_normal, rs_essential),
+ RSP_LINE("Mbinary", handle_mbinary, response_type_normal, rs_optional),
++ RSP_LINE("LOGM", handle_m, response_type_normal, rs_optional),
+ RSP_LINE("E", handle_e, response_type_normal, rs_essential),
+ RSP_LINE("F", handle_f, response_type_normal, rs_optional),
+ RSP_LINE("MT", handle_mt, response_type_normal, rs_optional),
+@@ -3355,7 +3356,7 @@
+ struct servent *s;
+ char *port_s;
+
+- if (envname && (port_s = getenv (envname)))
++ if (envname && (port_s = getenv (envname)) && *port_s)
+ {
+ int port = atoi (port_s);
+ if (port <= 0)
+@@ -3510,6 +3511,17 @@
+ sock = socket (AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, 0);
+ if (sock == -1)
+ error (1, 0, "cannot create socket: %s", SOCK_STRERROR (SOCK_ERRNO));
++
++#ifdef TCP_NODELAY
++ /* Avoid latency due to Nagle algorithm. */
++ {
++ int on = 1;
++
++ if (setsockopt (sock, IPPROTO_TCP, TCP_NODELAY, &on, sizeof on) < 0)
++ error (0, errno, "warning: cannot set TCP_NODELAY on socket");
++ }
++#endif
++
+ port_number = get_cvs_port_number (root);
+
+ /* if we have a proxy connect to that instead */
+@@ -3558,9 +3570,9 @@
+ * code.
+ */
+ read_line_via (from_server, to_server, &read_buf);
+- sscanf (read_buf, "%s %d", write_buf, &codenum);
++ count = sscanf (read_buf, "%*s %d", &codenum);
+
+- if ((codenum / 100) != 2)
++ if (count != 1 || (codenum / 100) != 2)
+ error (1, 0, "proxy server %s:%d does not support http tunnelling",
+ root->proxy_hostname, proxy_port_number);
+ free (read_buf);
+@@ -3793,11 +3805,12 @@
+ /* This is pretty simple. All we need to do is choose the correct
+ cvs binary and call piped_child. */
+
+- char *command[3];
++ char *command[4];
++ int ncommand = 0;
+
+- command[0] = (root->cvs_server
++ command[ncommand++] = (root->cvs_server
+ ? root->cvs_server : getenv ("CVS_SERVER"));
+- if (!command[0])
++ if (!command[0] || !command[0][0])
+ # ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ /* FIXME:
+ * I'm casting out the const below because I know that piped_child, the
+@@ -3807,7 +3820,7 @@
+ * such that this casting isn't needed, but I don't know how. If I
+ * declare it as (const char *command[]), the compiler complains about
+ * an incompatible arg 1 being passed to piped_child and if I declare
+- * it as (char *const command[3]), then the compiler complains when I
++ * it as (char *const command[4]), then the compiler complains when I
+ * assign values to command[i].
+ */
+ command[0] = (char *)program_path;
+@@ -3819,11 +3832,15 @@
+ }
+ # endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+
+- command[1] = "server";
+- command[2] = NULL;
+-
+- TRACE (TRACE_FUNCTION, "Forking server: %s %s",
+- command[0] ? command[0] : "(null)", command[1]);
++ if (readonlyfs)
++ command[ncommand++] = "-R";
++ command[ncommand++] = "server";
++ command[ncommand++] = NULL;
++
++ TRACE (TRACE_FUNCTION, "Forking server: %s %s %s",
++ command[0] ? command[0] : "(null)",
++ command[1] ? command[1] : "(null)",
++ command[2] ? command[2] : "");
+
+ child_pid = piped_child (command, &tofd, &fromfd, false);
+ if (child_pid < 0)
+@@ -3901,8 +3918,12 @@
+ case ext_method:
+ #ifdef NO_EXT_METHOD
+ error (0, 0, ":ext: method not supported by this port of CVS");
++ if (0)
++ case extssh_method:
++ error (0, 0, ":extssh: method not supported by this port of CVS");
+ error (1, 0, "try :server: instead");
+ #else /* ! NO_EXT_METHOD */
++ case extssh_method:
+ start_rsh_server (root, to_server_p,
+ from_server_p);
+ #endif /* NO_EXT_METHOD */
+@@ -4362,7 +4383,7 @@
+ sprintf (tmp, "%lu\n", (unsigned long) newsize);
+ send_to_server (tmp, 0);
+
+- send_to_server (buf, newsize);
++ send_to_server ((const void *)buf, newsize);
+ }
+ }
+ else
+@@ -4415,7 +4436,7 @@
+ * one.
+ */
+ if (newsize > 0)
+- send_to_server (buf, newsize);
++ send_to_server ((const void *)buf, newsize);
+ }
+ free (buf);
+ free (mode_string);
+@@ -4914,7 +4935,7 @@
+ {
+ if (supported_request ("Max-dotdot"))
+ {
+- char buf[10];
++ char buf[12];
+ sprintf (buf, "%d", max_level);
+
+ send_to_server ("Max-dotdot ", 0);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/client.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/client.h
+@@ -213,6 +213,7 @@
+ #if defined AUTH_CLIENT_SUPPORT || defined HAVE_KERBEROS || defined HAVE_GSSAPI
+ # include <sys/socket.h>
+ # include <netinet/in.h>
++# include <netinet/tcp.h>
+ # include <arpa/inet.h>
+ # include <netdb.h>
+ struct hostent *init_sockaddr (struct sockaddr_in *, char *, unsigned int);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/commit.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/commit.c
+@@ -492,7 +492,7 @@
+
+ /* Now we keep track of which files we actually are going to
+ operate on, and only work with those files in the future.
+- This saves time--we don't want to search the file system
++ This saves time--we don't want to search the filesystem
+ of the working directory twice. */
+ if (size_overflow_p (xtimes (find_args.argc, sizeof (char **))))
+ {
+@@ -613,31 +613,7 @@
+
+ send_to_server ("ci\012", 0);
+ err = get_responses_and_close ();
+- if (err != 0 && use_editor && saved_message != NULL)
+- {
+- /* If there was an error, don't nuke the user's carefully
+- constructed prose. This is something of a kludge; a better
+- solution is probably more along the lines of #150 in TODO
+- (doing a second up-to-date check before accepting the
+- log message has also been suggested, but that seems kind of
+- iffy because the real up-to-date check could still fail,
+- another error could occur, &c. Also, a second check would
+- slow things down). */
+-
+- char *fname;
+- FILE *fp;
+-
+- fp = cvs_temp_file (&fname);
+- if (fp == NULL)
+- error (1, 0, "cannot create temporary file %s", fname);
+- if (fwrite (saved_message, 1, strlen (saved_message), fp)
+- != strlen (saved_message))
+- error (1, errno, "cannot write temporary file %s", fname);
+- if (fclose (fp) < 0)
+- error (0, errno, "cannot close temporary file %s", fname);
+- error (0, 0, "saving log message in %s", fname);
+- free (fname);
+- }
++ logmsg_cleanup(err);
+ return err;
+ }
+ #endif
+@@ -702,6 +678,7 @@
+ sleep_past (last_register_time);
+ }
+
++ logmsg_cleanup(err);
+ return err;
+ }
+
+@@ -853,7 +830,7 @@
+ case T_ADDED:
+ case T_REMOVED:
+ {
+- char *editor;
++ char *editor = NULL;
+
+ /*
+ * some quick sanity checks; if no numeric -r option specified:
+@@ -1250,6 +1227,7 @@
+ #endif /* SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS */
+ filter,
+ "c", "s", cvs_cmd_name,
++ "I", "s", global_session_id,
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ "R", "s", referrer ? referrer->original : "NONE",
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+@@ -2255,9 +2233,10 @@
+ this was added into the log message. */
+ t = time (NULL);
+ ct = gmtime (&t);
+- tmp = Xasprintf ("file %s was added on branch %s on %d-%02d-%02d %02d:%02d:%02d +0000",
++ tmp = Xasprintf ("file %s was added on branch %s on %ld-%02d-%02d %02d:%02d:%02d +0000",
+ file, tag,
+- ct->tm_year + (ct->tm_year < 100 ? 0 : 1900),
++ (long)ct->tm_year
++ + (ct->tm_year < 100 ? 0 : 1900),
+ ct->tm_mon + 1, ct->tm_mday,
+ ct->tm_hour, ct->tm_min, ct->tm_sec);
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/cvs.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/cvs.h
+@@ -1,4 +1,7 @@
++/* $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/src/cvs.h,v 1.9 2017/11/18 23:04:55 tg Exp $ */
++
+ /*
++ * Copyright © 2017 mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
+ * Copyright (C) 1986-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ *
+ * Portions Copyright (C) 1998-2005 Derek Price, Ximbiot <http://ximbiot.com>,
+@@ -24,7 +27,7 @@
+ /* Add GNU attribute suppport. */
+ #ifndef __attribute__
+ /* This feature is available in gcc versions 2.5 and later. */
+-# if __GNUC__ < 2 || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 5) || __STRICT_ANSI__
++# if __GNUC__ < 2 || (__GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 5) || (defined(__STRICT_ANSI__) && (__STRICT_ANSI__))
+ # define __attribute__(Spec) /* empty */
+ # else
+ # if __GNUC__ == 2 && __GNUC_MINOR__ < 96
+@@ -365,6 +368,7 @@
+
+ extern const char *program_name, *program_path, *cvs_cmd_name;
+ extern char *Editor;
++extern char *LogMsgFile;
+ extern int cvsadmin_root;
+ extern char *CurDir;
+ extern int really_quiet, quiet;
+@@ -504,6 +508,8 @@
+ int unlink_file (const char *f);
+ int unlink_file_dir (const char *f);
+
++int suck (int argc, char *argv[]);
++
+ /* This is the structure that the recursion processor passes to the
+ fileproc to tell it about a particular file. */
+ struct file_info
+@@ -585,7 +591,8 @@
+ void check_entries (char *dir);
+ void close_module (DBM * db);
+ void copy_file (const char *from, const char *to);
+-void fperrmsg (FILE * fp, int status, int errnum, char *message,...);
++void fperrmsg (FILE * fp, int status, int errnum, char *message, ...)
++ __attribute__ ((__format__(__printf__, 4, 5)));
+
+ int ign_name (char *name);
+ void ign_add (char *ign, int hold);
+@@ -618,7 +625,8 @@
+ void cleanup_register (void (*handler) (void));
+
+ void update_delproc (Node * p);
+-void usage (const char *const *cpp);
++void usage (const char *const *cpp)
++ __attribute__((__noreturn__));
+ void xchmod (const char *fname, int writable);
+ List *Find_Names (char *repository, int which, int aflag,
+ List ** optentries);
+@@ -629,6 +637,7 @@
+ FILE *xlogfp, List *xchanges);
+ void do_editor (const char *dir, char **messagep,
+ const char *repository, List *changes);
++void logmsg_cleanup (int err);
+
+ void do_verify (char **messagep, const char *repository, List *changes);
+
+@@ -726,7 +735,7 @@
+ /* This is the timestamp from stating the file in the working directory.
+ It is NULL if there is no file in the working directory. It is
+ "Is-modified" if we know the file is modified but don't have its
+- contents. */
++ contents. See also: ts_user_ists. */
+ char *ts_user;
+ /* Timestamp from CVS/Entries. For the server, ts_user and ts_rcs
+ are computed in a slightly different way, but the fact remains that
+@@ -759,6 +768,9 @@
+
+ /* Pointer to parsed src file info */
+ RCSNode *srcfile;
++
++ /* 1 if ts_user is known to be the actual timestamp of a local file */
++ unsigned char ts_user_ists;
+ };
+ typedef struct vers_ts Vers_TS;
+
+@@ -911,11 +923,15 @@
+
+ /* From server.c and documented there. */
+ void cvs_output (const char *, size_t);
++void cvs_output_ex (const char *, size_t, int);
+ void cvs_output_binary (char *, size_t);
+ void cvs_outerr (const char *, size_t);
+ void cvs_flusherr (void);
+ void cvs_flushout (void);
+ void cvs_output_tagged (const char *, const char *);
++int supported_response (const char *);
++
++#define CVS_OUTPUT_EX_LOGM 0x80000001
+
+ extern const char *global_session_id;
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/cvsrc.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/cvsrc.c
+@@ -41,6 +41,7 @@
+ size_t line_chars_allocated;
+
+ char *optstart;
++ int white_len = 0;
+
+ int command_len;
+ int found = 0;
+@@ -96,9 +97,12 @@
+ if (line[0] == '#')
+ continue;
+
++ while (isspace(line[white_len]))
++ ++white_len;
++
+ /* stop if we match the current command */
+- if (!strncmp (line, cmdname, command_len)
+- && isspace ((unsigned char) *(line + command_len)))
++ if (!strncmp (line + white_len, cmdname, command_len)
++ && isspace ((unsigned char) *(line + white_len + command_len)))
+ {
+ found = 1;
+ break;
+@@ -120,7 +124,7 @@
+ if (found)
+ {
+ /* skip over command in the options line */
+- for (optstart = strtok (line + command_len, "\t \n");
++ for (optstart = strtok (line + white_len + command_len, "\t \n");
+ optstart;
+ optstart = strtok (NULL, "\t \n"))
+ {
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/diff.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/diff.c
+@@ -21,6 +21,8 @@
+
+ #include "cvs.h"
+
++#define TAG_BHEAD ".bhead"
++
+ enum diff_file
+ {
+ DIFF_ERROR,
+@@ -444,9 +446,9 @@
+ }
+ #endif
+
+- if (diff_rev1 != NULL)
++ if (diff_rev1 != NULL && strcmp(diff_rev1, TAG_BHEAD))
+ tag_check_valid (diff_rev1, argc, argv, local, 0, "", false);
+- if (diff_rev2 != NULL)
++ if (diff_rev2 != NULL && strcmp(diff_rev2, TAG_BHEAD))
+ tag_check_valid (diff_rev2, argc, argv, local, 0, "", false);
+
+ which = W_LOCAL;
+@@ -903,8 +905,14 @@
+
+ if (diff_rev1 || diff_date1)
+ {
+- /* special handling for TAG_HEAD */
+- if (diff_rev1 && strcmp (diff_rev1, TAG_HEAD) == 0)
++ /*
++ * the special handling is broken, -rbranchname is the
++ * head (tip) of the branch already, -rHEAD is supposed
++ * to be the head (tip) of the MAIN branch (trunk); we
++ * introduce ".bhead" here, for now, but only here
++ */
++ /* special handling for TAG_BHEAD */
++ if (diff_rev1 && strcmp (diff_rev1, TAG_BHEAD) == 0)
+ {
+ if (vers->vn_rcs != NULL && vers->srcfile != NULL)
+ use_rev1 = RCS_branch_head (vers->srcfile, vers->vn_rcs);
+@@ -919,8 +927,8 @@
+ }
+ if (diff_rev2 || diff_date2)
+ {
+- /* special handling for TAG_HEAD */
+- if (diff_rev2 && strcmp (diff_rev2, TAG_HEAD) == 0)
++ /* special handling for TAG_BHEAD */
++ if (diff_rev2 && strcmp (diff_rev2, TAG_BHEAD) == 0)
+ {
+ if (vers->vn_rcs && vers->srcfile)
+ use_rev2 = RCS_branch_head (vers->srcfile, vers->vn_rcs);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/edit.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/edit.c
+@@ -266,7 +266,7 @@
+ cvs_output (p++, 1);
+ if (*p == '\0')
+ {
+- /* Only happens if attribute is misformed. */
++ /* Only happens if attribute is malformed. */
+ cvs_output ("\n", 1);
+ break;
+ }
+@@ -828,6 +828,7 @@
+ #endif /* SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS */
+ filter,
+ "c", "s", cvs_cmd_name,
++ "I", "s", global_session_id,
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ "R", "s", referrer ? referrer->original : "NONE",
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/error.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/error.c
+@@ -208,7 +208,7 @@
+ * with the message here.
+ */
+ #if HAVE_SYSLOG_H
+- syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_EMERG, "Memory exhausted. Aborting.");
++ syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_CRIT, "Memory exhausted. Aborting.");
+ #endif /* HAVE_SYSLOG_H */
+
+ goto sidestep_done;
+@@ -219,18 +219,18 @@
+ * error while attempting to send the last error message to the client.
+ */
+
+- syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_EMERG,
++ syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_ALERT,
+ "error (%d, %d) called recursively. Original message was:",
+ last_status, last_errnum);
+- syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_EMERG, "%s", last_message);
++ syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_ALERT, "%s", last_message);
+
+
+- syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_EMERG,
++ syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_ALERT,
+ "error (%d, %d) called recursively. Second message was:",
+ status, errnum);
+- syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_EMERG, "%s", buf2);
++ syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_ALERT, "%s", buf2);
+
+- syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_EMERG, "Aborting.");
++ syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_ALERT, "Aborting.");
+ #endif /* HAVE_SYSLOG_H */
+
+ sidestep_done:
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/fileattr.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/fileattr.c
+@@ -514,6 +514,7 @@
+ TRACE (TRACE_FUNCTION, "postwatch_proc (%s, %s)", repository, filter);
+
+ /* %c = command name
++ * %I = commit ID
+ * %p = shortrepos
+ * %r = repository
+ */
+@@ -528,6 +529,7 @@
+ #endif /* SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS */
+ filter,
+ "c", "s", cvs_cmd_name,
++ "I", "s", global_session_id,
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ "R", "s", referrer ? referrer->original : "NONE",
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/filesubr.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/filesubr.c
+@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
+
+ /* These functions were moved out of subr.c because they need different
+ definitions under operating systems (like, say, Windows NT) with different
+- file system semantics. */
++ filesystem semantics. */
+
+ #include "cvs.h"
+ #include "lstat.h"
+@@ -808,7 +808,7 @@
+ if (home != NULL)
+ return home;
+
+- if (!server_active && (env = getenv ("HOME")) != NULL)
++ if (!server_active && (env = getenv ("HOME")) != NULL && *env)
+ home = env;
+ else if ((pw = (struct passwd *) getpwuid (getuid ()))
+ && pw->pw_dir)
+@@ -863,7 +863,11 @@
+ const char *
+ get_system_temp_dir (void)
+ {
+- if (!tmpdir_env) tmpdir_env = getenv (TMPDIR_ENV);
++ if (!tmpdir_env) {
++ tmpdir_env = getenv (TMPDIR_ENV);
++ if (tmpdir_env && !*tmpdir_env)
++ tmpdir_env = NULL;
++ }
+ return tmpdir_env;
+ }
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/history.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/history.c
+@@ -379,7 +379,7 @@
+ static const char *
+ get_history_log_name (time_t now)
+ {
+- char *log_name;
++ char *log_name = NULL;
+
+ if (config->HistoryLogPath)
+ {
+@@ -1561,7 +1561,7 @@
+ tm = localtime (&(lr->date));
+
+ (void) printf ("%c %04d-%02d-%02d %02d:%02d %s %-*s", ty,
+- tm->tm_year+1900, tm->tm_mon + 1, tm->tm_mday, tm->tm_hour,
++ (int)(tm->tm_year+1900), tm->tm_mon + 1, tm->tm_mday, tm->tm_hour,
+ tm->tm_min, tz_name, user_len, lr->user);
+
+ workdir = xmalloc (strlen (lr->dir) + strlen (lr->end) + 10);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/import.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/import.c
+@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
+ #include "lstat.h"
+ #include "save-cwd.h"
+
+-static char *get_comment (const char *user);
++static const char *get_comment (const char *user);
+ static int add_rev (char *message, RCSNode *rcs, char *vfile,
+ char *vers);
+ static int add_tags (RCSNode *rcs, char *vfile, char *vtag, int targc,
+@@ -238,6 +238,23 @@
+ regfree (&pat);
+ }
+
++ /*
++ * If you use even vendor branches, something evil[TM] can happen.
++ */
++ {
++ regex_t pat;
++ assert (!regcomp (&pat, "^[1-9][0-9]*\\.[1-9][0-9]*\\.[0-9]*[13579]$",
++ REG_EXTENDED));
++ if (regexec (&pat, vbranch, 0, NULL, 0))
++ {
++ error (0, 0,
++ "warning: you are using an even vendor branch, which can\n"
++ "lead to problems: '%s'. Use an odd branch such as '1.1.3' instead.",
++ vbranch);
++ }
++ regfree (&pat);
++ }
++
+ /* Set vhead to the branch's parent. */
+ vhead = xstrdup (vbranch);
+ cp = strrchr (vhead, '.');
+@@ -311,6 +328,7 @@
+ free (vhead);
+ send_to_server ("import\012", 0);
+ err += get_responses_and_close ();
++ logmsg_cleanup(err);
+ return err;
+ }
+ #endif
+@@ -436,6 +454,7 @@
+ free (vbranch);
+ free (vhead);
+
++ logmsg_cleanup(err);
+ return err;
+ }
+
+@@ -595,7 +614,7 @@
+ /* Attempt to make the Attic directory, in case it
+ does not exist. */
+ (void) sprintf (rcs, "%s/%s", repository, CVSATTIC);
+- if (CVS_MKDIR (rcs, 0777 ) != 0 && errno != EEXIST)
++ if (noexec == 0 && CVS_MKDIR (rcs, 0777 ) != 0 && errno != EEXIST)
+ error (1, errno, "cannot make directory `%s'", rcs);
+
+ /* Note that the above clobbered the path name, so we
+@@ -866,7 +885,8 @@
+ */
+ struct compair
+ {
+- char *suffix, *comlead;
++ const char *suffix;
++ const char *comlead;
+ };
+
+ static const struct compair comtable[] =
+@@ -973,13 +993,13 @@
+
+
+
+-static char *
++static const char *
+ get_comment (const char *user)
+ {
+ char *cp, *suffix;
+ char *suffix_path;
+ int i;
+- char *retval;
++ const char *retval;
+
+ suffix_path = xmalloc (strlen (user) + 5);
+ cp = strrchr (user, '.');
+@@ -1253,7 +1273,7 @@
+ (void) time (&now);
+ ftm = gmtime (&now);
+ (void) sprintf (altdate1, DATEFORM,
+- ftm->tm_year + (ftm->tm_year < 100 ? 0 : 1900),
++ (long)ftm->tm_year + (ftm->tm_year < 100 ? 0L : 1900L),
+ ftm->tm_mon + 1, ftm->tm_mday, ftm->tm_hour,
+ ftm->tm_min, ftm->tm_sec);
+ author = getcaller ();
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/kerberos4-client.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/kerberos4-client.c
+@@ -17,6 +17,8 @@
+ #include "buffer.h"
+ #include "socket-client.h"
+
++#include <netinet/tcp.h>
++
+ # include <krb.h>
+
+ extern char *krb_realmofhost ();
+@@ -48,6 +50,16 @@
+ if (s < 0)
+ error (1, 0, "cannot create socket: %s", SOCK_STRERROR (SOCK_ERRNO));
+
++#ifdef TCP_NODELAY
++ /* Avoid latency due to Nagle algorithm. */
++ {
++ int on = 1;
++
++ if (setsockopt (sock, IPPROTO_TCP, TCP_NODELAY, &on, sizeof on) < 0)
++ error (0, errno, "warning: cannot set TCP_NODELAY on socket");
++ }
++#endif
++
+ port = get_cvs_port_number (root);
+
+ hp = init_sockaddr (&sin, root->hostname, port);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/lock.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/lock.c
+@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
+ which periodically get made about how locks might be different:
+
+ 1. Check for EROFS. Maybe useful, although in the presence of NFS
+- EROFS does *not* mean that the file system is unchanging.
++ EROFS does *not* mean that the filesystem is unchanging.
+
+ 2. Provide an option to disable locks for operations which only
+ read (see above for some of the consequences).
+@@ -1319,6 +1319,10 @@
+ lock->repository = Xasprintf ("%s/%s", xrepository, CVSROOTADM);
+ lock->free_repository = true;
+
++ /* do nothing if we know it fails anyway */
++ if (readonlyfs)
++ return 0;
++
+ /* get the lock dir for our own */
+ if (set_lock (lock, 1) != L_OK)
+ {
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/log-buffer.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/log-buffer.c
+@@ -481,7 +481,7 @@
+ * We do this _after_ authentication on purpose. Wouldn't really like to
+ * worry about logging passwords...
+ */
+- if (log)
++ if (log && *log)
+ {
+ int len = strlen (log);
+ char *buf = xmalloc (len + 5);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/log.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/log.c
+@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
+ /*
++ * Copyright © 2017 mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
+ * Copyright (C) 1986-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ *
+ * Portions Copyright (C) 1998-2005 Derek Price, Ximbiot <http://ximbiot.com>,
+@@ -145,6 +146,7 @@
+ RCSNode *, RCSVers *, int);
+ static int log_branch (Node *, void *);
+ static int version_compare (const char *, const char *, int);
++static void logm_output (const char *);
+
+ static struct log_data log_data;
+ static int is_rlog;
+@@ -1681,11 +1683,10 @@
+ cvs_output ("*** empty log message ***\n", 0);
+ else
+ {
++ /* assert: last thing cvs_output’ed was a newline */
+ /* FIXME: Technically, the log message could contain a null
+ byte. */
+- cvs_output (p->data, 0);
+- if (((char *)p->data)[strlen (p->data) - 1] != '\n')
+- cvs_output ("\n", 1);
++ logm_output(p->data);
+ }
+ }
+
+@@ -1780,3 +1781,23 @@
+ ++v2;
+ }
+ }
++
++static void
++logm_output(const char *str)
++{
++ /* assert: str is not empty */
++ size_t len = strlen(str);
++ int buftag = 'M';
++ static char has_logm = 0;
++
++ if (server_active) {
++ if (!has_logm)
++ has_logm = supported_response("LOGM") ? 1 : 2;
++ if (has_logm == 1)
++ buftag = CVS_OUTPUT_EX_LOGM;
++ }
++
++ cvs_output_ex(str, len, buftag);
++ if (/*len > 0 &&*/ str[len - 1] != '\n')
++ cvs_output_ex("\n", 1, buftag);
++}
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/login.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/login.c
+@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@
+ char *passfile;
+
+ /* Environment should override file. */
+- if ((passfile = getenv ("CVS_PASSFILE")) != NULL)
++ if ((passfile = getenv ("CVS_PASSFILE")) != NULL && *passfile)
+ return xstrdup (passfile);
+
+ /* Construct absolute pathname to user's password file. */
+@@ -200,11 +200,21 @@
+ return NULL;
+ }
+ *p = ' ';
+- tmp_root_canonical = normalize_cvsroot (tmp_root);
+- if (strcmp (cvsroot_canonical, tmp_root_canonical) == 0)
+- password = p + 1;
+-
+- free (tmp_root_canonical);
++ switch (tmp_root->method)
++ {
++ case gserver_method:
++ case pserver_method:
++#ifdef HAVE_KERBEROS
++ case kserver_method:
++#endif /* HAVE_KERBEROS */
++ tmp_root_canonical = normalize_cvsroot (tmp_root);
++ if (strcmp (cvsroot_canonical, tmp_root_canonical) == 0)
++ password = p + 1;
++ free (tmp_root_canonical);
++ break;
++ default:
++ break;
++ }
+ }
+
+ return password;
+@@ -309,7 +319,9 @@
+ fp = CVS_FOPEN (passfile, "r");
+ if (fp == NULL)
+ {
++ if (errno != ENOENT) {
+ error (0, errno, "warning: failed to open %s for reading", passfile);
++ }
+ goto process;
+ }
+
+@@ -432,7 +444,7 @@
+ *
+ * I don't think so, unless we change the way rename_file works to
+ * attempt a cp/rm sequence when rename fails since rename doesn't
+- * work across file systems and it isn't uncommon to have /tmp
++ * work across filesystems and it isn't uncommon to have /tmp
+ * on its own partition.
+ *
+ * For that matter, it's probably not uncommon to have a home
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/logmsg.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/logmsg.c
+@@ -31,6 +31,8 @@
+ static FILE *fp;
+ static Ctype type;
+
++char *LogMsgFile = NULL;
++
+ struct verifymsg_proc_data
+ {
+ /* The name of the temp file storing the log message to be verified. This
+@@ -201,6 +203,7 @@
+ char *fname;
+ struct stat pre_stbuf, post_stbuf;
+ int retcode = 0;
++ int finish = 0;
+
+ assert (!current_parsed_root->isremote != !repository);
+
+@@ -224,6 +227,10 @@
+ (*messagep)[strlen (*messagep) - 1] != '\n')
+ (void) fprintf (fp, "\n");
+ }
++ else
++ (void) fputc ('\n', fp);
++ if (finish)
++ goto finish_off;
+
+ if (repository != NULL)
+ /* tack templates on if necessary */
+@@ -267,6 +274,9 @@
+ (void) fprintf (fp,
+ "%s----------------------------------------------------------------------\n",
+ CVSEDITPREFIX);
++ if (readonlyfs)
++ (void) fprintf (fp, "%sATTENTION: read-only mode selected!\n",
++ CVSEDITPREFIX);
+ (void) fprintf (fp,
+ "%sEnter Log. Lines beginning with `%.*s' are removed automatically\n%s\n",
+ CVSEDITPREFIX, CVSEDITPREFIXLEN, CVSEDITPREFIX,
+@@ -280,28 +290,38 @@
+ "%s----------------------------------------------------------------------\n",
+ CVSEDITPREFIX);
+
++ finish_off:
+ /* finish off the temp file */
+ if (fclose (fp) == EOF)
+ error (1, errno, "%s", fname);
+- if (stat (fname, &pre_stbuf) == -1)
++ if (LogMsgFile)
++ {
++ if (unlink_file (LogMsgFile) < 0)
++ error (0, errno, "warning: cannot remove temp file %s", LogMsgFile);
++ free (LogMsgFile);
++ }
++ LogMsgFile = fname;
++ if (finish)
++ return;
++ if (stat (LogMsgFile, &pre_stbuf) == -1)
+ pre_stbuf.st_mtime = 0;
+
+ /* run the editor */
+ run_setup (Editor);
+- run_add_arg (fname);
++ run_add_arg (LogMsgFile);
+ if ((retcode = run_exec (RUN_TTY, RUN_TTY, RUN_TTY,
+ RUN_NORMAL | RUN_SIGIGNORE)) != 0)
+ error (0, retcode == -1 ? errno : 0, "warning: editor session failed");
+
+ /* put the entire message back into the *messagep variable */
+
+- fp = xfopen (fname, "r");
++ fp = xfopen (LogMsgFile, "r");
+
+ if (*messagep)
+ free (*messagep);
+
+- if (stat (fname, &post_stbuf) != 0)
+- error (1, errno, "cannot find size of temp file %s", fname);
++ if (stat (LogMsgFile, &post_stbuf) != 0)
++ error (1, errno, "cannot find size of temp file %s", LogMsgFile);
+
+ if (post_stbuf.st_size == 0)
+ *messagep = NULL;
+@@ -326,7 +346,7 @@
+ if (line_length == -1)
+ {
+ if (ferror (fp))
+- error (0, errno, "warning: cannot read %s", fname);
++ error (0, errno, "warning: cannot read %s", LogMsgFile);
+ break;
+ }
+ if (strncmp (line, CVSEDITPREFIX, CVSEDITPREFIXLEN) == 0)
+@@ -339,7 +359,7 @@
+ }
+ }
+ if (fclose (fp) < 0)
+- error (0, errno, "warning: cannot close %s", fname);
++ error (0, errno, "warning: cannot close %s", LogMsgFile);
+
+ /* canonicalize emply messages */
+ if (*messagep != NULL &&
+@@ -349,7 +369,11 @@
+ *messagep = NULL;
+ }
+
+- if (pre_stbuf.st_mtime == post_stbuf.st_mtime || *messagep == NULL)
++ if (pre_stbuf.st_mtime == post_stbuf.st_mtime ||
++ *messagep == NULL ||
++ (*messagep)[0] == '\0' ||
++ strcmp (*messagep, "\n") == 0 ||
++ strcmp (*messagep, "\n\n") == 0)
+ {
+ for (;;)
+ {
+@@ -361,9 +385,11 @@
+ if (line_length < 0)
+ {
+ error (0, errno, "cannot read from stdin");
+- if (unlink_file (fname) < 0)
++ if (unlink_file (LogMsgFile) < 0)
+ error (0, errno,
+- "warning: cannot remove temp file %s", fname);
++ "warning: cannot remove temp file %s", LogMsgFile);
++ free (LogMsgFile);
++ LogMsgFile = NULL;
+ error (1, 0, "aborting");
+ }
+ else if (line_length == 0
+@@ -371,8 +397,10 @@
+ break;
+ if (*line == 'a' || *line == 'A')
+ {
+- if (unlink_file (fname) < 0)
+- error (0, errno, "warning: cannot remove temp file %s", fname);
++ if (unlink_file (LogMsgFile) < 0)
++ error (0, errno, "warning: cannot remove temp file %s", LogMsgFile);
++ free (LogMsgFile);
++ LogMsgFile = NULL;
+ error (1, 0, "aborted by user");
+ }
+ if (*line == 'e' || *line == 'E')
+@@ -387,15 +415,14 @@
+ }
+ if (line)
+ free (line);
+- if (unlink_file (fname) < 0)
+- error (0, errno, "warning: cannot remove temp file %s", fname);
+- free (fname);
++ finish = 1;
++ goto again;
+ }
+
+ /* Runs the user-defined verification script as part of the commit or import
+ process. This verification is meant to be run whether or not the user
+ included the -m attribute. unlike the do_editor function, this is
+- independant of the running of an editor for getting a message.
++ independent of the running of an editor for getting a message.
+ */
+ void
+ do_verify (char **messagep, const char *repository, List *changes)
+@@ -785,6 +812,7 @@
+ `%s' is left as an exercise for the reader. */
+
+ /* %c = cvs_cmd_name
++ * %I = commit ID
+ * %p = shortrepos
+ * %r = repository
+ * %{sVv} = file name, old revision (precommit), new revision (postcommit)
+@@ -800,6 +828,7 @@
+ #endif /* SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS */
+ filter,
+ "c", "s", cvs_cmd_name,
++ "I", "s", global_session_id,
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ "R", "s", referrer ? referrer->original : "NONE",
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+@@ -922,6 +951,7 @@
+ #endif /* SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS */
+ script,
+ "c", "s", cvs_cmd_name,
++ "I", "s", global_session_id,
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ "R", "s", referrer
+ ? referrer->original : "NONE",
+@@ -975,3 +1005,20 @@
+ return abs (run_exec (RUN_TTY, RUN_TTY, RUN_TTY,
+ RUN_NORMAL | RUN_SIGIGNORE));
+ }
++
++void
++logmsg_cleanup (int err)
++{
++ if (!use_editor || LogMsgFile == NULL)
++ return;
++
++ if (err == 0)
++ {
++ if (unlink_file (LogMsgFile) < 0)
++ error (0, errno, "warning: cannot remove temp file %s", LogMsgFile);
++ }
++ else
++ error (0, 0, "your log message was saved in %s", LogMsgFile);
++ free (LogMsgFile);
++ LogMsgFile = NULL;
++}
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/main.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/main.c
+@@ -24,6 +24,10 @@
+ #include "strftime.h"
+ #include "xgethostname.h"
+
++#ifdef USE_LIBBSD
++uint32_t arc4random(void);
++#endif
++
+ const char *program_name;
+ const char *program_path;
+ const char *cvs_cmd_name;
+@@ -170,6 +174,7 @@
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ { "server", NULL, NULL, server, CVS_CMD_MODIFIES_REPOSITORY | CVS_CMD_USES_WORK_DIR },
+ #endif
++ { "suck", NULL, NULL, suck, 0 },
+ { "status", "st", "stat", cvsstatus, CVS_CMD_USES_WORK_DIR },
+ { "tag", "ta", "freeze", cvstag, CVS_CMD_MODIFIES_REPOSITORY | CVS_CMD_USES_WORK_DIR },
+ { "unedit", NULL, NULL, unedit, CVS_CMD_MODIFIES_REPOSITORY | CVS_CMD_USES_WORK_DIR },
+@@ -230,7 +235,7 @@
+ {
+ "CVS commands are:\n",
+ " add Add a new file/directory to the repository\n",
+- " admin Administration front end for rcs\n",
++ " admin Administration front-end for RCS\n",
+ " annotate Show last revision where each line was modified\n",
+ " checkout Checkout sources for editing\n",
+ " commit Check files into the repository\n",
+@@ -242,7 +247,7 @@
+ " import Import sources into CVS, using vendor branches\n",
+ " init Create a CVS repository if it doesn't exist\n",
+ #if defined (HAVE_KERBEROS) && defined (SERVER_SUPPORT)
+- " kserver Kerberos server mode\n",
++ " kserver Act in Kerberos server mode\n",
+ #endif
+ " log Print out history information for files\n",
+ #ifdef AUTH_CLIENT_SUPPORT
+@@ -251,18 +256,19 @@
+ #endif /* AUTH_CLIENT_SUPPORT */
+ " ls List files available from CVS\n",
+ #if (defined(AUTH_SERVER_SUPPORT) || defined (HAVE_GSSAPI)) && defined(SERVER_SUPPORT)
+- " pserver Password server mode\n",
++ " pserver Act in password server mode\n",
+ #endif
+ " rannotate Show last revision where each line of module was modified\n",
+- " rdiff Create 'patch' format diffs between releases\n",
+- " release Indicate that a Module is no longer in use\n",
++ " rdiff Create 'patch' format diffs between revisions\n",
++ " release Indicate that a work subdirectory is no longer in use\n",
+ " remove Remove an entry from the repository\n",
+ " rlog Print out history information for a module\n",
+ " rls List files in a module\n",
+ " rtag Add a symbolic tag to a module\n",
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+- " server Server mode\n",
++ " server Act in server mode\n",
+ #endif
++ " suck Download RCS ,v file raw\n",
+ " status Display status information on checked out files\n",
+ " tag Add a symbolic tag to checked out version of files\n",
+ " unedit Undo an edit command\n",
+@@ -283,6 +289,7 @@
+ " -q Cause CVS to be somewhat quiet.\n",
+ " -r Make checked-out files read-only.\n",
+ " -w Make checked-out files read-write (default).\n",
++ " -g Force group-write permissions on checked-out files.\n",
+ " -n Do not execute anything that will change the disk.\n",
+ " -t Show trace of program execution (repeat for more\n",
+ " verbosity) -- try with -n.\n",
+@@ -458,46 +465,6 @@
+
+
+
+-
+-enum {RANDOM_BYTES = 8};
+-enum {COMMITID_RAW_SIZE = (sizeof(time_t) + RANDOM_BYTES)};
+-
+-static char const alphabet[62] =
+- "0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ";
+-
+-/* Divide BUF by D, returning the remainder. Replace BUF by the
+- quotient. BUF[0] is the most significant part of BUF.
+- D must not exceed UINT_MAX >> CHAR_BIT. */
+-static unsigned int
+-divide_by (unsigned char buf[COMMITID_RAW_SIZE], unsigned int d)
+-{
+- unsigned int carry = 0;
+- int i;
+- for (i = 0; i < COMMITID_RAW_SIZE; i++)
+- {
+- unsigned int byte = buf[i];
+- unsigned int dividend = (carry << CHAR_BIT) + byte;
+- buf[i] = dividend / d;
+- carry = dividend % d;
+- }
+- return carry;
+-}
+-
+-static void
+-convert (char const input[COMMITID_RAW_SIZE], char *output)
+-{
+- static char const zero[COMMITID_RAW_SIZE] = { 0, };
+- unsigned char buf[COMMITID_RAW_SIZE];
+- size_t o = 0;
+- memcpy (buf, input, COMMITID_RAW_SIZE);
+- while (memcmp (buf, zero, COMMITID_RAW_SIZE) != 0)
+- output[o++] = alphabet[divide_by (buf, sizeof alphabet)];
+- if (! o)
+- output[o++] = '0';
+- output[o] = '\0';
+-}
+-
+-
+ int
+ main (int argc, char **argv)
+ {
+@@ -511,7 +478,7 @@
+ int help = 0; /* Has the user asked for help? This
+ lets us support the `cvs -H cmd'
+ convention to give help for cmd. */
+- static const char short_options[] = "+QqrwtnRvb:T:e:d:Hfz:s:xa";
++ static const char short_options[] = "+QqrwgtnRvb:T:e:d:Hfz:s:xal";
+ static struct option long_options[] =
+ {
+ {"help", 0, NULL, 'H'},
+@@ -521,6 +488,7 @@
+ {"help-options", 0, NULL, 4},
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ {"allow-root", required_argument, NULL, 3},
++ {"allow-root-regexp", required_argument, NULL, 14},
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+ {0, 0, 0, 0}
+ };
+@@ -562,11 +530,11 @@
+ * Query the environment variables up-front, so that
+ * they can be overridden by command line arguments
+ */
+- if ((cp = getenv (EDITOR1_ENV)) != NULL)
++ if ((cp = getenv (EDITOR1_ENV)) != NULL && *cp)
+ Editor = cp;
+- else if ((cp = getenv (EDITOR2_ENV)) != NULL)
++ else if ((cp = getenv (EDITOR2_ENV)) != NULL && *cp)
+ Editor = cp;
+- else if ((cp = getenv (EDITOR3_ENV)) != NULL)
++ else if ((cp = getenv (EDITOR3_ENV)) != NULL && *cp)
+ Editor = cp;
+ if (getenv (CVSREAD_ENV) != NULL)
+ cvswrite = 0;
+@@ -645,6 +613,10 @@
+ /* --allow-root */
+ root_allow_add (optarg, gConfigPath);
+ break;
++ case 14:
++ /* --allow-root-regexp */
++ root_allow_regexp_add (optarg, gConfigPath);
++ break;
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+ case 'Q':
+ really_quiet = 1;
+@@ -658,6 +630,13 @@
+ case 'w':
+ cvswrite = 1;
+ break;
++ case 'g':
++ /*
++ * Force full write permissions for the group.
++ * See the user's manual for details and dangers.
++ */
++ umask(umask(S_IRWXG|S_IRWXO) & S_IRWXO);
++ break;
+ case 't':
+ trace++;
+ break;
+@@ -669,6 +648,9 @@
+ noexec = 1;
+ logoff = 1;
+ break;
++ case 'l':
++ /* no-op to simply ignore the old -l option */
++ break;
+ case 'v':
+ (void) fputs ("\n", stdout);
+ version (0, NULL);
+@@ -676,6 +658,7 @@
+ (void) fputs ("\
+ Copyright (C) 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.\n\
+ \n\
++Portions contributed by Thorsten Glaser for the MirOS Project and Debian.\n\
+ Senior active maintainers include Larry Jones, Derek R. Price,\n\
+ and Mark D. Baushke. Please see the AUTHORS and README files from the CVS\n\
+ distribution kit for a complete list of contributors and copyrights.\n",
+@@ -764,56 +747,12 @@
+ if (argc < 1)
+ usage (usg);
+
+- if (readonlyfs && !really_quiet) {
+- error (0, 0,
+- "WARNING: Read-only repository access mode selected via `cvs -R'.\n\
+-Using this option to access a repository which some users write to may\n\
+-cause intermittent sandbox corruption.");
+- }
+-
+ /* Calculate the cvs global session ID */
+
+- {
+- char buf[COMMITID_RAW_SIZE] = { 0, };
+- char out[COMMITID_RAW_SIZE * 2];
+- ssize_t len = 0;
+- time_t rightnow = time (NULL);
+- char *startrand = buf + sizeof (time_t);
+- unsigned char *p = (unsigned char *) startrand;
+- size_t randbytes = RANDOM_BYTES;
+- int flags = O_RDONLY;
+- int fd;
+-#ifdef O_NOCTTY
+- flags |= O_NOCTTY;
+-#endif
+- if (rightnow != (time_t)-1)
+- while (rightnow > 0) {
+- *--p = rightnow % (UCHAR_MAX + 1);
+- rightnow /= UCHAR_MAX + 1;
+- }
+- else {
+- /* try to use more random data */
+- randbytes = COMMITID_RAW_SIZE;
+- startrand = buf;
+- }
+- fd = open ("/dev/urandom", flags);
+- if (fd >= 0) {
+- len = read (fd, startrand, randbytes);
+- close (fd);
+- }
+- if (len <= 0) {
+- /* no random data was available so use pid */
+- long int pid = (long int)getpid ();
+- p = (unsigned char *) (startrand + sizeof (pid));
+- while (pid > 0) {
+- *--p = pid % (UCHAR_MAX + 1);
+- pid /= UCHAR_MAX + 1;
+- }
+- }
+- convert(buf, out);
+- global_session_id = strdup (out);
+- }
+-
++ global_session_id = Xasprintf("1%010llX%04X%04X",
++ (unsigned long long)time(NULL),
++ (unsigned int)(getpid() & 0xFFFF),
++ (unsigned int)(arc4random() & 0xFFFF));
+
+ TRACE (TRACE_FUNCTION, "main: Session ID is %s", global_session_id);
+
+@@ -856,7 +795,7 @@
+ a command-line flag to set the umask, since we'll have to
+ parse it before we get here. */
+
+- if ((cp = getenv (CVSUMASK_ENV)) != NULL)
++ if ((cp = getenv (CVSUMASK_ENV)) != NULL && *cp)
+ {
+ /* FIXME: Should be accepting symbolic as well as numeric mask. */
+ cvsumask = strtol (cp, &end, 8) & 0777;
+@@ -992,7 +931,7 @@
+ if (!CVSroot_parsed)
+ {
+ char *tmp = getenv (CVSROOT_ENV);
+- if (tmp)
++ if (tmp && *tmp)
+ {
+ if (!(CVSroot_parsed = parse_cvsroot (tmp)))
+ error (1, 0, "Bad CVSROOT: `%s'.", tmp);
+@@ -1011,7 +950,7 @@
+ /* Now we've reconciled CVSROOT from the command line, the
+ CVS/Root file, and the environment variable. Do the
+ last sanity checks on the variable. */
+- if (!CVSroot_parsed)
++ if (!CVSroot_parsed && cm->func != version)
+ {
+ error (0, 0,
+ "No CVSROOT specified! Please use the `-d' option");
+@@ -1043,6 +982,11 @@
+
+ assert (current_parsed_root == NULL);
+
++ /* Handle running 'cvs version' with no CVSROOT. */
++
++ if (cm->func == version && !CVSroot_parsed)
++ server_active = !0;
++
+ /* If we're running the server, we want to execute this main
+ loop once and only once (we won't be serving multiple roots
+ from this connection, so there's no need to do it more than
+@@ -1173,6 +1117,7 @@
+ dellist (&root_directories);
+ } /* end of stuff that gets done if the user DOESN'T ask for help */
+
++ config = NULL;
+ root_allow_free ();
+
+ /* This is exit rather than return because apparently that keeps
+@@ -1244,7 +1189,7 @@
+ if (*++p)
+ {
+ if (*date) free (*date);
+- *date = Make_Date (p);
++ *date = strcmp (p, "BASE") ? Make_Date (p) : xstrdup (p);
+ }
+ }
+ else if (strlen (input))
+@@ -1285,7 +1230,7 @@
+ ftm = localtime (&unixtime);
+
+ (void) sprintf (date, DATEFORM,
+- ftm->tm_year + (ftm->tm_year < 100 ? 0 : 1900),
++ (long)ftm->tm_year + (ftm->tm_year < 100 ? 0L : 1900L),
+ ftm->tm_mon + 1, ftm->tm_mday, ftm->tm_hour,
+ ftm->tm_min, ftm->tm_sec);
+ ret = xstrdup (date);
+@@ -1315,8 +1260,10 @@
+ void
+ date_to_tm (struct tm *dest, const char *source)
+ {
++ int y;
++
+ if (sscanf (source, SDATEFORM,
+- &dest->tm_year, &dest->tm_mon, &dest->tm_mday,
++ &y, &dest->tm_mon, &dest->tm_mday,
+ &dest->tm_hour, &dest->tm_min, &dest->tm_sec)
+ != 6)
+ /* Is there a better way to handle errors here? I made this
+@@ -1324,9 +1271,7 @@
+ deal with fatal errors. */
+ error (0, 0, "internal error: bad date %s", source);
+
+- if (dest->tm_year > 100)
+- dest->tm_year -= 1900;
+-
++ dest->tm_year = y - ((y > 100) ? 1900 : 0);
+ dest->tm_mon -= 1;
+ }
+
+@@ -1348,10 +1293,10 @@
+ {"Jan", "Feb", "Mar", "Apr", "May", "Jun",
+ "Jul", "Aug", "Sep", "Oct", "Nov", "Dec"};
+
+- sprintf (dest, "%d %s %d %02d:%02d:%02d -0000", source->tm_mday,
++ sprintf (dest, "%d %s %ld %02d:%02d:%02d -0000", source->tm_mday,
+ source->tm_mon < 0 || source->tm_mon > 11
+ ? "???" : month_names[source->tm_mon],
+- source->tm_year + 1900, source->tm_hour, source->tm_min,
++ (long)source->tm_year + 1900, source->tm_hour, source->tm_min,
+ source->tm_sec);
+ }
+
+@@ -1458,7 +1403,7 @@
+ {
+ (void) fprintf (stderr, *cpp++, program_name, cvs_cmd_name);
+ for (; *cpp; cpp++)
+- (void) fprintf (stderr, *cpp);
++ (void) fprintf (stderr, "%s", *cpp);
+ exit (EXIT_FAILURE);
+ }
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/mkmodules.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/mkmodules.c
+@@ -19,9 +19,9 @@
+ #define DBLKSIZ 4096 /* since GNU ndbm doesn't define it */
+ #endif
+
+-static int checkout_file (char *file, char *temp);
++static int checkout_file (const char *file, char *temp);
+ static char *make_tempfile (void);
+-static void rename_rcsfile (char *temp, char *real);
++static void rename_rcsfile (const char *temp, const char *real);
+
+ #ifndef MY_NDBM
+ static void rename_dbmfile (char *temp);
+@@ -31,13 +31,13 @@
+ /* Structure which describes an administrative file. */
+ struct admin_file {
+ /* Name of the file, within the CVSROOT directory. */
+- char *filename;
++ const char *filename;
+
+ /* This is a one line description of what the file is for. It is not
+ currently used, although one wonders whether it should be, somehow.
+ If NULL, then don't process this file in mkmodules (FIXME?: a bit of
+ a kludge; probably should replace this with a flags field). */
+- char *errormsg;
++ const char *errormsg;
+
+ /* Contents which the file should have in a new repository. To avoid
+ problems with brain-dead compilers which choke on long string constants,
+@@ -68,6 +68,7 @@
+ "# If any format strings are present in the filter, they will be replaced\n",
+ "# as follows:\n",
+ "# %c = canonical name of the command being executed\n",
++ "# %I = unique (randomly generated) commit ID\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "# %R = the name of the referrer, if any, otherwise the value NONE\n",
+ #endif
+@@ -82,7 +83,7 @@
+ "# Thus %{sv} is a legal format string, but will only be replaced with\n",
+ "# file name and new revision.\n",
+ "# It also generates multiple arguments for each file being operated upon.\n",
+- "# That is, if two files, file1 & file2, are being commited from 1.1 to\n",
++ "# That is, if two files, file1 & file2, are being committed from 1.1 to\n",
+ "# version 1.1.2.1 and from 1.1.2.2 to 1.1.2.3, respectively, %{sVv} will\n",
+ "# generate the following six arguments in this order:\n",
+ "# file1, 1.1, 1.1.2.1, file2, 1.1.2.2, 1.1.2.3.\n",
+@@ -124,13 +125,14 @@
+ "#\n",
+ "# Making sure that the entered bug-id number is correct.\n",
+ "# Validating that the code that was reviewed is indeed the code being\n",
+- "# checked in (using the bug-id number or a seperate review\n",
++ "# checked in (using the bug-id number or a separate review\n",
+ "# number to identify this particular code set.).\n",
+ "#\n",
+ "# If any of the above test failed, then the commit would be aborted.\n",
+ "#\n",
+ "# Format strings present in the filter will be replaced as follows:\n",
+ "# %c = canonical name of the command being executed\n",
++ "# %I = unique (randomly generated) commit ID\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "# %R = the name of the referrer, if any, otherwise the value NONE\n",
+ #endif
+@@ -152,8 +154,8 @@
+
+ static const char *const commitinfo_contents[] = {
+ "# The \"commitinfo\" file is used to control pre-commit checks.\n",
+- "# The filter on the right is invoked with the repository and a list \n",
+- "# of files to check. A non-zero exit of the filter program will \n",
++ "# The filter on the right is invoked with the repository and a list\n",
++ "# of files to check. A non-zero exit of the filter program will\n",
+ "# cause the commit to be aborted.\n",
+ "#\n",
+ "# The first entry on a line is a regular expression which is tested\n",
+@@ -163,6 +165,7 @@
+ "#\n",
+ "# Format strings present in the filter will be replaced as follows:\n",
+ "# %c = canonical name of the command being executed\n",
++ "# %I = unique (randomly generated) commit ID\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "# %R = the name of the referrer, if any, otherwise the value NONE\n",
+ #endif
+@@ -199,6 +202,7 @@
+ "# | \"N\" (not branch)\n",
+ "# %o = operation = \"add\" | \"mov\" | \"del\"\n",
+ "# %c = canonical name of the command being executed\n",
++ "# %I = unique (randomly generated) commit ID\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "# %R = the name of the referrer, if any, otherwise the value NONE\n",
+ #endif
+@@ -245,6 +249,7 @@
+ "# If any format strings are present in the filter, they will be replaced\n",
+ "# as follows:\n",
+ "# %c = canonical name of the command being executed\n",
++ "# %I = unique (randomly generated) commit ID\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "# %R = the name of the referrer, if any, otherwise the value NONE\n",
+ #endif
+@@ -271,6 +276,7 @@
+ "# If any format strings are present in the filter, they will be replaced\n",
+ "# as follows:\n",
+ "# %c = canonical name of the command being executed\n",
++ "# %I = unique (randomly generated) commit ID\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "# %R = the name of the referrer, if any, otherwise the value NONE\n",
+ #endif
+@@ -299,6 +305,7 @@
+ "# If any format strings are present in the filter, they will be replaced\n",
+ "# as follows:\n",
+ "# %c = canonical name of the command being executed\n",
++ "# %I = unique (randomly generated) commit ID\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "# %R = the name of the referrer, if any, otherwise the value NONE\n",
+ #endif
+@@ -328,6 +335,7 @@
+ "# | \"N\" (not branch)\n",
+ "# %o = operation = \"add\" | \"mov\" | \"del\"\n",
+ "# %c = canonical name of the command being executed\n",
++ "# %I = unique (randomly generated) commit ID\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "# %R = the name of the referrer, if any, otherwise the value NONE\n",
+ #endif
+@@ -363,11 +371,12 @@
+
+ static const char *const postwatch_contents[] = {
+ "# The \"postwatch\" file is called after any command finishes writing new\n",
+- "# file attibute (watch/edit) information in a directory.\n",
++ "# file attribute (watch/edit) information in a directory.\n",
+ "#\n",
+ "# If any format strings are present in the filter, they will be replaced\n",
+ "# as follows:\n",
+ "# %c = canonical name of the command being executed\n",
++ "# %I = unique (randomly generated) commit ID\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "# %R = the name of the referrer, if any, otherwise the value NONE\n",
+ #endif
+@@ -446,6 +455,7 @@
+ "#\n",
+ "# format strings are replaceed as follows:\n",
+ "# %c = canonical name of the command being executed\n",
++ "# %I = unique (randomly generated) commit ID\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "# %R = the name of the referrer, if any, otherwise the value NONE\n",
+ #endif
+@@ -465,11 +475,10 @@
+ "# key [options] directory files...\n",
+ "#\n",
+ "# Where \"options\" are composed of:\n",
+- "# -i prog Run \"prog\" on \"cvs commit\" from top-level of module.\n",
+ "# -o prog Run \"prog\" on \"cvs checkout\" of module.\n",
+ "# -e prog Run \"prog\" on \"cvs export\" of module.\n",
++ "# -s status Assign a status to the module.\n",
+ "# -t prog Run \"prog\" on \"cvs rtag\" of module.\n",
+- "# -u prog Run \"prog\" on \"cvs update\" of module.\n",
+ "# -d dir Place module in directory \"dir\" instead of module name.\n",
+ "# -l Top-level directory only -- do not recurse.\n",
+ "#\n",
+@@ -489,67 +498,68 @@
+ };
+
+ static const char *const config_contents[] = {
+- "# Set `SystemAuth' to `no' if pserver shouldn't check system users/passwords.\n",
++ "# Set 'SystemAuth' to 'no' if pserver shouldn't check system users/passwords.\n",
+ "#SystemAuth=no\n",
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `LocalKeyword' to specify a local alias for a standard keyword.\n",
++ "# Set 'LocalKeyword' to specify a local alias for a standard keyword.\n",
+ "#LocalKeyword=MYCVS=CVSHeader\n",
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `KeywordExpand' to `i' followed by a list of keywords to expand or\n",
+- "# `e' followed by a list of keywords to not expand.\n"
+- "#KeywordExpand=iMYCVS,Name,Date\n",
++ "# Set 'KeywordExpand' to 'i' followed by a list of keywords to expand or\n",
++ "# 'e' followed by a list of keywords to not expand.\n"
++ "#KeywordExpand=iMYCVS,Name,Date,Mdocdate\n",
+ "#KeywordExpand=eCVSHeader\n",
+ "\n",
+ #ifdef PRESERVE_PERMISSIONS_SUPPORT
+- "# Set `PreservePermissions' to `yes' to save file status information\n",
++ "# Set 'PreservePermissions' to 'yes' to save file status information\n",
+ "# in the repository.\n",
+ "#PreservePermissions=no\n",
+ "\n",
+ #endif
+- "# Set `TopLevelAdmin' to `yes' to create a CVS directory at the top\n",
+- "# level of the new working directory when using the `cvs checkout'\n",
++ "# Set 'TopLevelAdmin' to 'yes' to create a CVS directory at the top\n",
++ "# level of the new working directory when using the 'cvs checkout'\n",
+ "# command.\n",
+ "#TopLevelAdmin=no\n",
+ "\n",
+ "# Put CVS lock files in this directory rather than directly in the repository.\n",
+ "#LockDir=/var/lock/cvs\n",
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `LogHistory' to `all' or `" ALL_HISTORY_REC_TYPES "' to log all transactions to the\n",
+- "# history file, or a subset as needed (ie `TMAR' logs all write operations)\n",
++ "# Set 'LogHistory' to 'all' or '" ALL_HISTORY_REC_TYPES "' to log all transactions to the\n",
++ "# history file, or a subset as needed (ie 'TMAR' logs all write operations)\n",
+ "#LogHistory=" ALL_HISTORY_REC_TYPES "\n",
++ "LogHistory=TMAR\n",
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `RereadLogAfterVerify' to `always' (the default) to allow the verifymsg\n",
+- "# script to change the log message. Set it to `stat' to force CVS to verify\n",
++ "# Set 'RereadLogAfterVerify' to 'always' (the default) to allow the verifymsg\n",
++ "# script to change the log message. Set it to 'stat' to force CVS to verify\n",
+ "# that the file has changed before reading it (this can take up to an extra\n",
+ "# second per directory being committed, so it is not recommended for large\n",
+- "# repositories. Set it to `never' (the previous CVS behavior) to prevent\n",
++ "# repositories. Set it to 'never' (the previous CVS behavior) to prevent\n",
+ "# verifymsg scripts from changing the log message.\n",
+ "#RereadLogAfterVerify=always\n",
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `UserAdminOptions' to the list of `cvs admin' commands (options)\n",
+- "# that users not in the `cvsadmin' group are allowed to run. This\n",
+- "# defaults to `k', or only allowing the changing of the default\n",
+- "# keyword expansion mode for files for users not in the `cvsadmin' group.\n",
+- "# This value is ignored if the `cvsadmin' group does not exist.\n",
++ "# Set 'UserAdminOptions' to the list of 'cvs admin' commands (options)\n",
++ "# that users not in the '_cvsadmin' group are allowed to run. This\n",
++ "# defaults to 'k', or only allowing the changing of the default\n",
++ "# keyword expansion mode for files for users not in the '_cvsadmin' group.\n",
++ "# This value is ignored if the '_cvsadmin' group does not exist.\n",
+ "#\n",
+- "# The following string would enable all `cvs admin' commands for all\n",
++ "# The following string would enable all 'cvs admin' commands for all\n",
+ "# users:\n",
+ "#UserAdminOptions=aAbceIklLmnNostuU\n",
+ #ifdef SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `UseNewInfoFmtStrings' to `no' if you must support a legacy system by\n",
++ "# Set 'UseNewInfoFmtStrings' to 'no' if you must support a legacy system by\n",
+ "# enabling the deprecated old style info file command line format strings.\n",
+ "# Be warned that these strings could be disabled in any new version of CVS.\n",
+ "UseNewInfoFmtStrings=yes\n",
+ #endif /* SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS */
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `ImportNewFilesToVendorBranchOnly' to `yes' if you wish to force\n",
+- "# every `cvs import' command to behave as if the `-X' flag was\n",
++ "# Set 'ImportNewFilesToVendorBranchOnly' to 'yes' if you wish to force\n",
++ "# every 'cvs import' command to behave as if the '-X' flag was\n",
+ "# specified.\n",
+ "#ImportNewFilesToVendorBranchOnly=no\n",
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `PrimaryServer' to the CVSROOT to the primary, or write, server when\n",
++ "# Set 'PrimaryServer' to the CVSROOT to the primary, or write, server when\n",
+ "# establishing one or more read-only mirrors which serve as proxies for\n",
+ "# the write server in write mode or redirect the client to the primary for\n",
+ "# write requests.\n",
+@@ -558,13 +568,13 @@
+ "#\n",
+ "# PrimaryServer=:fork:localhost/cvsroot\n",
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `MaxProxyBufferSize' to the the maximum allowable secondary\n",
++ "# Set 'MaxProxyBufferSize' to the the maximum allowable secondary\n",
+ "# buffer memory cache size before the buffer begins being stored to disk, in\n",
+- "# bytes. Must be a positive integer but may end in `k', `M', `G', or `T' (for\n",
+- "# kiilo, mega, giga, & tera, respectively). If an otherwise valid number you\n",
++ "# bytes. Must be a positive integer but may end in 'K', 'M', 'G', or 'T' (for\n",
++ "# Kibi, Mebi, Gibi, & Tebi, respectively). If an otherwise valid number you\n",
+ "# specify is greater than the SIZE_MAX defined by your system's C compiler,\n",
+ "# then it will be resolved to SIZE_MAX without a warning. Defaults to 8M (8\n",
+- "# megabytes).\n",
++ "# Mebibytes). The 'i' from 'Ki', 'Mi', etc. is omitted.\n",
+ "#\n",
+ "# High values for MaxProxyBufferSize may speed up a secondary server\n",
+ "# with old hardware and a lot of available memory but can actually slow a\n",
+@@ -575,23 +585,23 @@
+ "# MaxProxyBufferSize=1G\n",
+ #endif /* PROXY_SUPPORT */
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `MaxCommentLeaderLength' to the maximum length permitted for the\n",
++ "# Set 'MaxCommentLeaderLength' to the maximum length permitted for the\n",
+ "# automagically determined comment leader used when expanding the Log\n",
+ "# keyword, in bytes. CVS's behavior when the automagically determined\n",
+- "# comment leader exceeds this length is dependant on the value of\n",
+- "# `UseArchiveCommentLeader' set in this file. `unlimited' is a valid\n",
++ "# comment leader exceeds this length is dependent on the value of\n",
++ "# 'UseArchiveCommentLeader' set in this file. 'unlimited' is a valid\n",
+ "# setting for this value. Defaults to 20 bytes.\n",
+ "#\n",
+ "# For example:\n",
+ "#\n",
+ "# MaxCommentLeaderLength=20\n",
+ "\n",
+- "# Set `UseArchiveCommentLeader' to `yes' to cause CVS to fall back on\n",
++ "# Set 'UseArchiveCommentLeader' to 'yes' to cause CVS to fall back on\n",
+ "# the comment leader set in the RCS archive file, if any, when the\n",
+- "# automagically determined comment leader exceeds `MaxCommentLeaderLength'\n",
+- "# bytes. If `UseArchiveCommentLeader' is not set and a comment leader\n",
+- "# greater than `MaxCommentLeaderLength' is calculated, the Log keyword\n",
+- "# being examined will not be expanded. Defaults to `no'.\n",
++ "# automagically determined comment leader exceeds 'MaxCommentLeaderLength'\n",
++ "# bytes. If 'UseArchiveCommentLeader' is not set and a comment leader\n",
++ "# greater than 'MaxCommentLeaderLength' is calculated, the Log keyword\n",
++ "# being examined will not be expanded. Defaults to 'no'.\n",
+ "#\n",
+ "# For example:\n",
+ "#\n",
+@@ -816,7 +826,7 @@
+ }
+
+ if (restore_cwd (&cwd))
+- error (1, errno, "Failed to restore current directory, `%s'.",
++ error (1, errno, "Failed to restore current directory, '%s'.",
+ cwd.name);
+ free_cwd (&cwd);
+
+@@ -857,7 +867,7 @@
+ there is an error, print a message and return 1 (FIXME: probably
+ not a very clean convention). On success, return 0. */
+ static int
+-checkout_file (char *file, char *temp)
++checkout_file (const char *file, char *temp)
+ {
+ char *rcs;
+ RCSNode *rcsnode;
+@@ -878,7 +888,7 @@
+ {
+ /* Probably not necessary (?); RCS_parsercsfile already printed a
+ message. */
+- error (0, 0, "Failed to parse `%s'.", rcs);
++ error (0, 0, "Failed to parse '%s'.", rcs);
+ free (rcs);
+ return 1;
+ }
+@@ -962,20 +972,22 @@
+ key.dptr = vp;
+ while (*vp && !isspace ((unsigned char) *vp))
+ vp++;
+- key.dsize = vp - key.dptr;
++ key.dsize = vp - (char *)key.dptr;
+ *vp++ = '\0'; /* NULL terminate the key */
+ while (*vp && isspace ((unsigned char) *vp))
+ vp++; /* skip whitespace to value */
+ if (*vp == '\0')
+ {
+- error (0, 0, "warning: NULL value for key `%s'", key.dptr);
++ error (0, 0, "warning: NULL value for key '%s'",
++ (char *)key.dptr);
+ continue;
+ }
+ val.dptr = vp;
+ val.dsize = strlen (vp);
+ if (dbm_store (db, key, val, DBM_INSERT) == 1)
+ {
+- error (0, 0, "duplicate key found for `%s'", key.dptr);
++ error (0, 0, "duplicate key found for '%s'",
++ (char *)key.dptr);
+ err++;
+ }
+ }
+@@ -1097,7 +1109,7 @@
+ #endif /* !MY_NDBM */
+
+ static void
+-rename_rcsfile (char *temp, char *real)
++rename_rcsfile (const char *temp, const char *real)
+ {
+ char *bak;
+ struct stat statbuf;
+@@ -1175,6 +1187,9 @@
+ which needs to be created. */
+ mkdir_if_needed (current_parsed_root->directory);
+
++ if (noexec)
++ return (0);
++
+ adm = Xasprintf ("%s/%s", current_parsed_root->directory, CVSROOTADM);
+ mkdir_if_needed (adm);
+
+@@ -1237,8 +1252,8 @@
+ }
+ }
+
+- /* Turn on history logging by default. The user can remove the file
+- to disable it. */
++ /* Turn on history logging of write operations by default.
++ The user can remove the file to disable it. */
+ strcpy (info, adm);
+ strcat (info, "/");
+ strcat (info, CVSROOTADM_HISTORY);
+@@ -1249,11 +1264,6 @@
+ fp = xfopen (info, "w");
+ if (fclose (fp) < 0)
+ error (1, errno, "cannot close %s", info);
+-
+- /* Make the new history file world-writeable, since every CVS
+- user will need to be able to write to it. We use chmod()
+- because xchmod() is too shy. */
+- chmod (info, 0666);
+ }
+
+ /* Make an empty val-tags file to prevent problems creating it later. */
+@@ -1267,11 +1277,6 @@
+ fp = xfopen (info, "w");
+ if (fclose (fp) < 0)
+ error (1, errno, "cannot close %s", info);
+-
+- /* Make the new val-tags file world-writeable, since every CVS
+- user will need to be able to write to it. We use chmod()
+- because xchmod() is too shy. */
+- chmod (info, 0666);
+ }
+
+ free (info);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/modules.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/modules.c
+@@ -450,7 +450,7 @@
+ case '?':
+ error (0, 0,
+ "modules file has invalid option for key %s value %s",
+- key.dptr, value);
++ (char *)key.dptr, value);
+ err++;
+ goto do_module_return;
+ }
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/parseinfo.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/parseinfo.c
+@@ -230,7 +230,7 @@
+ return true;
+ }
+
+- /* Record the factor character (kilo, mega, giga, tera). */
++ /* Record the factor character (kibi, mebi, gibi, tebi). */
+ if (!isdigit (p[strlen(p) - 1]))
+ {
+ switch (p[strlen(p) - 1])
+@@ -241,16 +241,16 @@
+ factor = xtimes (factor, 1024);
+ case 'M':
+ factor = xtimes (factor, 1024);
+- case 'k':
++ case 'K':
+ factor = xtimes (factor, 1024);
+ break;
+ default:
+ error (0, 0,
+ "%s: Unknown %s factor: `%c'",
+- infopath, option, p[strlen(p)]);
++ infopath, option, p[strlen(p) - 1]);
+ return false;
+ }
+- TRACE (TRACE_DATA, "readSizeT(): Found factor %u for %s",
++ TRACE (TRACE_DATA, "readSizeT(): Found factor %zu for %s",
+ factor, option);
+ }
+
+@@ -274,9 +274,9 @@
+ /* Don't return an error, just max out. */
+ num = SIZE_MAX;
+
+- TRACE (TRACE_DATA, "readSizeT(): read number %u for %s", num, option);
++ TRACE (TRACE_DATA, "readSizeT(): read number %zu for %s", num, option);
+ *val = xtimes (strtoul (p, NULL, 10), factor);
+- TRACE (TRACE_DATA, "readSizeT(): returnning %u for %s", *val, option);
++ TRACE (TRACE_DATA, "readSizeT(): returnning %zu for %s", *val, option);
+ return true;
+ }
+
+@@ -298,7 +298,7 @@
+ new->MaxCompressionLevel = 9;
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+ #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+- new->MaxProxyBufferSize = (size_t)(8 * 1024 * 1024); /* 8 megabytes,
++ new->MaxProxyBufferSize = (size_t)(8 * 1024 * 1024); /* 8 mebibytes,
+ * by default.
+ */
+ #endif /* PROXY_SUPPORT */
+@@ -392,6 +392,9 @@
+ */
+ bool processing = true;
+ bool processed = true;
++#ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
++ size_t dummy_sizet;
++#endif
+
+ TRACE (TRACE_FUNCTION, "parse_config (%s)", cvsroot);
+
+@@ -613,18 +616,23 @@
+ }
+ else if (strcmp (line, "LogHistory") == 0)
+ {
+- if (strcmp (p, "all") != 0)
+- {
+- static bool gotone = false;
+- if (gotone)
+- error (0, 0, "\
++ static char *prevpath = NULL;
++ static unsigned int prevln;
++
++ if (prevpath != NULL) {
++ error (0, 0, "\
+ %s [%u]: warning: duplicate LogHistory entry found.",
+- infopath, ln);
+- else
+- gotone = true;
+- free (retval->logHistory);
+- retval->logHistory = xstrdup (p);
++ infopath, ln);
++ error (0, 0, "\
++%s [%u]: notice: this was the first definition.",
++ prevpath, prevln);
++ } else {
++ prevln = ln;
++ prevpath = xstrdup(infopath);
+ }
++ free(retval->logHistory);
++ retval->logHistory = xstrdup(strcmp(p, "all") ? p :
++ ALL_HISTORY_REC_TYPES);
+ }
+ else if (strcmp (line, "RereadLogAfterVerify") == 0)
+ {
+@@ -689,13 +697,44 @@
+ readBool (infopath, "UseArchiveCommentLeader", p,
+ &retval->UseArchiveCommentLeader);
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+- else if (!strcmp (line, "MinCompressionLevel"))
+- readSizeT (infopath, "MinCompressionLevel", p,
+- &retval->MinCompressionLevel);
+- else if (!strcmp (line, "MaxCompressionLevel"))
+- readSizeT (infopath, "MaxCompressionLevel", p,
+- &retval->MaxCompressionLevel);
++ else if (!strcmp (line, "MinCompressionLevel")) {
++ readSizeT (infopath, "MinCompressionLevel", p, &dummy_sizet);
++ retval->MinCompressionLevel = dummy_sizet;
++ }
++ else if (!strcmp (line, "MaxCompressionLevel")) {
++ readSizeT (infopath, "MaxCompressionLevel", p, &dummy_sizet);
++ retval->MaxCompressionLevel = dummy_sizet;
++ }
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
++ else if (!strcmp (line, "tag")) {
++ char *pp;
++
++ pp = Xasprintf("%s=Id", p);
++ RCS_setlocalid (infopath, ln, &retval->keywords, pp);
++ free(pp);
++
++#if !defined(LOCK_COMPATIBILITY) || !defined(SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS)
++ error (0, 0, "%s: found keyword '%s' in repository",
++ infopath, line);
++ error (readonlyfs ? 0 : 1, 0, readonlyfs
++ ? "Danger: Granting read access to incompatible repository!"
++ : "Do not try to access a cvs 1.11 repository!");
++#endif
++ }
++#if !defined(LOCK_COMPATIBILITY) || !defined(SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS)
++ else if ((!strcmp (line, "umask"))
++ || (!strcmp (line, "DisableXProg")) || (!strcmp (line, "dlimit"))
++ || (!strcmp (line, "forceReadOnlyFS"))) {
++ /* We are dealing with keywords removed between cvs 1.11.1p1
++ and cvs 1.12.10; odds are we are not being able to handle
++ access or concurrent access with 1.11 cvs correctly */
++ error (0, 0, "%s: found keyword '%s' in repository",
++ infopath, line);
++ error (readonlyfs ? 0 : 1, 0, readonlyfs
++ ? "Danger: Granting read access to incompatible repository!"
++ : "Do not try to access a cvs 1.11 repository!");
++ }
++#endif
+ else
+ /* We may be dealing with a keyword which was added in a
+ subsequent version of CVS. In that case it is a good idea
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/parseinfo.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/parseinfo.h
+@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
++/* $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/src/parseinfo.h,v 1.4 2010/09/19 19:43:07 tg Exp $ */
++
+ /*
+ * Copyright (c) 2004 Derek Price, Ximbiot <http://ximbiot.com>,
+ * and the Free Software Foundation
+@@ -53,8 +55,8 @@
+ size_t MaxProxyBufferSize;
+ #endif /* PROXY_SUPPORT */
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+- size_t MinCompressionLevel;
+- size_t MaxCompressionLevel;
++ unsigned MinCompressionLevel;
++ unsigned MaxCompressionLevel;
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+ #ifdef PRESERVE_PERMISSIONS_SUPPORT
+ bool preserve_perms;
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/patch.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/patch.c
+@@ -46,13 +46,13 @@
+
+ static const char *const patch_usage[] =
+ {
+- "Usage: %s %s [-flR] [-c|-u] [-s|-t] [-V %%d] [-k kopt]\n",
++ "Usage: %s %s [-flR] [-c|-u[p]] [-s|-t] [-V %%d] [-k kopt]\n",
+ " -r rev|-D date [-r rev2 | -D date2] modules...\n",
+ "\t-f\tForce a head revision match if tag/date not found.\n",
+ "\t-l\tLocal directory only, not recursive\n",
+ "\t-R\tProcess directories recursively.\n",
+ "\t-c\tContext diffs (default)\n",
+- "\t-u\tUnidiff format.\n",
++ "\t-u\tUnidiff format (-p works the same as in diff).\n",
+ "\t-s\tShort patch - one liner per file.\n",
+ "\t-t\tTop two diffs - last change made to the file.\n",
+ "\t-V vers\tUse RCS Version \"vers\" for keyword expansion.\n",
+@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@
+ usage (patch_usage);
+
+ optind = 0;
+- while ((c = getopt (argc, argv, "+V:k:cuftsQqlRD:r:")) != -1)
++ while ((c = getopt (argc, argv, "+V:k:cupftsQqlRD:r:")) != -1)
+ {
+ switch (c)
+ {
+@@ -149,10 +149,13 @@
+ "the -V option is obsolete and should not be used");
+ break;
+ case 'u':
+- unidiff = 1; /* Unidiff */
++ unidiff |= 1; /* Unidiff */
+ break;
+ case 'c': /* Context diff */
+- unidiff = 0;
++ unidiff &= ~1;
++ break;
++ case 'p':
++ unidiff |= 2; /* Unidiff context */
+ break;
+ case '?':
+ default:
+@@ -167,6 +170,8 @@
+ if (argc < 1)
+ usage (patch_usage);
+
++ if (!(unidiff & 1))
++ unidiff = 0;
+ if (toptwo_diffs && patch_short)
+ error (1, 0, "-t and -s options are mutually exclusive");
+ if (toptwo_diffs && (date1 != NULL || date2 != NULL ||
+@@ -202,6 +207,8 @@
+ send_arg("-s");
+ if (unidiff)
+ send_arg("-u");
++ if (unidiff & 2)
++ send_arg("-p");
+
+ if (rev1)
+ option_with_arg ("-r", rev1);
+@@ -270,6 +277,7 @@
+ int which;
+ char *repository;
+ char *where;
++ char *cp;
+
+ TRACE ( TRACE_FUNCTION, "patch_proc ( %s, %s, %s, %d, %d, %s, %s )",
+ xwhere ? xwhere : "(null)",
+@@ -292,7 +300,6 @@
+ /* if mfile isn't null, we need to set up to do only part of the module */
+ if (mfile != NULL)
+ {
+- char *cp;
+ char *path;
+
+ /* if the portion of the module is a path, put the dir part on repos */
+@@ -342,14 +349,30 @@
+
+ if (rev1 != NULL && !rev1_validated)
+ {
+- tag_check_valid (rev1, argc - 1, argv + 1, local_specified, 0,
+- repository, false);
++ if ((cp = strchr(rev1, ':')) != NULL)
++ {
++ *cp++ = '\0';
++ date1 = Make_Date (cp);
++ if (*rev1 == '\0')
++ rev1 = NULL;
++ }
++ if (rev1)
++ tag_check_valid (rev1, argc - 1, argv + 1, local_specified, 0,
++ repository, false);
+ rev1_validated = 1;
+ }
+ if (rev2 != NULL && !rev2_validated)
+ {
+- tag_check_valid (rev2, argc - 1, argv + 1, local_specified, 0,
+- repository, false);
++ if ((cp = strchr(rev2, ':')) != NULL)
++ {
++ *cp++ = '\0';
++ date2 = Make_Date (cp);
++ if (*rev2 == '\0')
++ rev2 = NULL;
++ }
++ if (rev2)
++ tag_check_valid (rev2, argc - 1, argv + 1, local_specified, 0,
++ repository, false);
+ rev2_validated = 1;
+ }
+
+@@ -571,6 +594,7 @@
+
+ if (unidiff) run_add_arg_p (&dargc, &darg_allocated, &dargv, "-u");
+ else run_add_arg_p (&dargc, &darg_allocated, &dargv, "-c");
++ if (unidiff & 2) run_add_arg_p (&dargc, &darg_allocated, &dargv, "-p");
+ switch (diff_exec (tmpfile1, tmpfile2, NULL, NULL, dargc, dargv,
+ tmpfile3))
+ {
+@@ -671,7 +695,10 @@
+ program. */
+ if (unidiff)
+ {
+- cvs_output ("diff -u ", 0);
++ if (unidiff & 2)
++ cvs_output ("diff -up ", 0);
++ else
++ cvs_output ("diff -u ", 0);
+ cvs_output (file1, 0);
+ cvs_output (" ", 1);
+ cvs_output (file2, 0);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/rcs.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/rcs.c
+@@ -103,6 +103,7 @@
+ static char *truncate_revnum_in_place (char *);
+ static char *truncate_revnum (const char *);
+ static char *printable_date (const char *);
++static char *mdoc_date (const char *);
+ static char *escape_keyword_value (const char *, int *);
+ static void expand_keywords (RCSNode *, RCSVers *, const char *,
+ const char *, size_t, enum kflag, char *,
+@@ -2166,6 +2167,8 @@
+
+ if (! RCS_nodeisbranch (rcs, tag))
+ {
++ if (! strcmp (date, "BASE"))
++ return RCS_gettag (rcs, tag, force_tag_match, simple_tag);
+ /* We can't get a particular date if the tag is not a
+ branch. */
+ return NULL;
+@@ -2177,6 +2180,15 @@
+ else
+ branch = xstrdup (tag);
+
++ if (! strcmp (date, "BASE"))
++ {
++ /* Cut off the branch suffix and return. */
++ rev = strrchr (branch, '.');
++ if (rev)
++ *rev = '\0';
++ return branch;
++ }
++
+ /* Fetch the revision of branch as of date. */
+ rev = RCS_getdatebranch (rcs, date, branch);
+ free (branch);
+@@ -2470,7 +2482,7 @@
+ check_rev = xrev;
+
+ local_branch_num = getenv("CVS_LOCAL_BRANCH_NUM");
+- if (local_branch_num)
++ if (local_branch_num && *local_branch_num)
+ {
+ rev_num = atoi(local_branch_num);
+ if (rev_num < 2)
+@@ -3120,6 +3132,7 @@
+ struct timespec revdate;
+ Node *p;
+ RCSVers *vers;
++ int y;
+
+ /* make sure we have something to look at... */
+ assert (rcs != NULL);
+@@ -3134,7 +3147,7 @@
+ vers = p->data;
+
+ /* split up the date */
+- if (sscanf (vers->date, SDATEFORM, &xtm.tm_year, &xtm.tm_mon,
++ if (sscanf (vers->date, SDATEFORM, &y, &xtm.tm_mon,
+ &xtm.tm_mday, &xtm.tm_hour, &xtm.tm_min, &xtm.tm_sec) != 6)
+ error (1, 0, "%s: invalid date for revision %s (%s)", rcs->print_path,
+ rev, vers->date);
+@@ -3144,15 +3157,14 @@
+ 2000+, RCS files contain all four digits and we subtract 1900,
+ because the tm_year field should contain years since 1900. */
+
+- if (xtm.tm_year >= 100 && xtm.tm_year < 2000)
++ if (y >= 100 && y < 2000)
+ error (0, 0, "%s: non-standard date format for revision %s (%s)",
+ rcs->print_path, rev, vers->date);
+- if (xtm.tm_year >= 1900)
+- xtm.tm_year -= 1900;
++ xtm.tm_year = y - ((y >= 1900) ? 1900 : 0);
+
+ /* put the date in a form getdate can grok */
+- tdate = Xasprintf ("%d-%d-%d %d:%d:%d -0000",
+- xtm.tm_year + 1900, xtm.tm_mon, xtm.tm_mday,
++ tdate = Xasprintf ("%ld-%d-%d %d:%d:%d -0000",
++ (long)xtm.tm_year + 1900, xtm.tm_mon, xtm.tm_mday,
+ xtm.tm_hour, xtm.tm_min, xtm.tm_sec);
+
+ /* Turn it into seconds since the epoch.
+@@ -3173,7 +3185,7 @@
+ /* Put an appropriate string into `date', if we were given one. */
+ ftm = gmtime (&revdate.tv_sec);
+ (void) sprintf (date, DATEFORM,
+- ftm->tm_year + (ftm->tm_year < 100 ? 0 : 1900),
++ (long)ftm->tm_year + (ftm->tm_year < 100 ? 0L : 1900L),
+ ftm->tm_mon + 1, ftm->tm_mday, ftm->tm_hour,
+ ftm->tm_min, ftm->tm_sec);
+ }
+@@ -3475,6 +3487,7 @@
+ KEYWORD_REVISION,
+ KEYWORD_SOURCE,
+ KEYWORD_STATE,
++ KEYWORD_MDOCDATE,
+ KEYWORD_LOCALID
+ };
+ struct rcs_keyword
+@@ -3511,6 +3524,7 @@
+ KEYWORD_INIT (new, KEYWORD_REVISION, "Revision");
+ KEYWORD_INIT (new, KEYWORD_SOURCE, "Source");
+ KEYWORD_INIT (new, KEYWORD_STATE, "State");
++ KEYWORD_INIT (new, KEYWORD_MDOCDATE, "Mdocdate");
+
+ return new;
+ }
+@@ -3544,6 +3558,30 @@
+
+
+
++/* Convert an RCS date string into an mdoc string. This is like
++ the RCS date2str function, but for manual pages. */
++static char *
++mdoc_date (const char *rcs_date)
++{
++ int year, mon, mday, hour, min, sec;
++ char buf[100];
++ const char *months[] = { "January", "February", "March", "April",
++ "May", "June", "July", "August",
++ "September", "October", "November", "December",
++ "corrupt" };
++
++ (void) sscanf (rcs_date, SDATEFORM, &year, &mon, &mday, &hour, &min,
++ &sec);
++ if (mon < 1 || mon > 12)
++ mon = 13;
++ if (year < 1900)
++ year += 1900;
++ sprintf (buf, "%s %d %04d", months[mon - 1], mday, year);
++ return xstrdup (buf);
++}
++
++
++
+ /* Escape the characters in a string so that it can be included in an
+ RCS value. */
+ static char *
+@@ -3680,13 +3718,13 @@
+ srch_len -= (srch_next + 1) - srch;
+ srch = srch_next + 1;
+
+- /* Look for the first non alphabetic character after the '$'. */
++ /* Look for the first non alphanumeric character after the '$'. */
+ send = srch + srch_len;
+ for (s = srch; s < send; s++)
+- if (! isalpha ((unsigned char) *s))
++ if (! isalnum ((unsigned char) *s))
+ break;
+
+- /* If the first non alphabetic character is not '$' or ':',
++ /* If the first non alphanumeric character is not '$' or ':',
+ then this is not an RCS keyword. */
+ if (s == send || (*s != '$' && *s != ':'))
+ continue;
+@@ -3741,6 +3779,11 @@
+ free_value = 1;
+ break;
+
++ case KEYWORD_MDOCDATE:
++ value = mdoc_date (ver->date);
++ free_value = 1;
++ break;
++
+ case KEYWORD_CVSHEADER:
+ case KEYWORD_HEADER:
+ case KEYWORD_ID:
+@@ -4177,6 +4220,9 @@
+ : (sout != RUN_TTY ? sout
+ : "(stdout)"))));
+
++ if (rev && *rev == '-')
++ ++rev;
++
+ assert (rev == NULL || isdigit ((unsigned char) *rev));
+
+ if (noexec && !server_active && workfile != NULL)
+@@ -5081,7 +5127,7 @@
+ (void) time (&modtime);
+ ftm = gmtime (&modtime);
+ delta->date = Xasprintf (DATEFORM,
+- ftm->tm_year + (ftm->tm_year < 100 ? 0 : 1900),
++ (long)ftm->tm_year + (ftm->tm_year < 100 ? 0L : 1900L),
+ ftm->tm_mon + 1, ftm->tm_mday, ftm->tm_hour,
+ ftm->tm_min, ftm->tm_sec);
+ if (flags & RCS_FLAGS_DEAD)
+@@ -7235,6 +7281,7 @@
+ /* Walk the deltas in RCS to get to revision VERSION.
+
+ If OP is RCS_ANNOTATE, then write annotations using cvs_output.
++ If OP is RCS_ANNOTATE_BACKWARDS, do the same backwards.
+
+ If OP is RCS_FETCH, then put the contents of VERSION into a
+ newly-malloc'd array and put a pointer to it in *TEXT. Each line
+@@ -7263,6 +7310,7 @@
+ RCSVers *vers;
+ RCSVers *prev_vers;
+ RCSVers *trunk_vers;
++ RCSVers *top_vers;
+ char *next;
+ int ishead, isnext, isversion, onbranch;
+ Node *node;
+@@ -7285,6 +7333,7 @@
+ vers = NULL;
+ prev_vers = NULL;
+ trunk_vers = NULL;
++ top_vers = NULL;
+ next = NULL;
+ onbranch = 0;
+ foundhead = 0;
+@@ -7332,12 +7381,28 @@
+ vers = node->data;
+ next = vers->next;
+
++ /* The top version is either HEAD or
++ the last version on the branch. */
++ if (top_vers == NULL ||
++ (onbranch && (op == RCS_ANNOTATE_BACKWARDS)))
++ top_vers = vers;
++
+ /* Compare key and trunkversion now, because key points to
+ storage controlled by rcsbuf_getkey. */
+ if (STREQ (branchversion, key))
+ isversion = 1;
+ else
+ isversion = 0;
++
++ /* If we are going back and up a branch, and this is
++ the version we should start annotating, we need to
++ clear out all accumulated annotations. */
++ if ((op == RCS_ANNOTATE_BACKWARDS) && onbranch && STREQ (version, key)) {
++ unsigned int ln;
++
++ for (ln = 0; ln < curlines.nlines; ++ln)
++ curlines.vector[ln]->vers = NULL;
++ }
+ }
+
+ while (1)
+@@ -7365,17 +7430,27 @@
+ rcsbuf_valpolish (rcsbuf, value, 0, &vallen);
+ if (ishead)
+ {
+- if (! linevector_add (&curlines, value, vallen, NULL, 0))
++ if (! linevector_add (&curlines, value, vallen,
++ (op == RCS_ANNOTATE_BACKWARDS) ? vers : NULL, 0))
+ error (1, 0, "invalid rcs file %s", rcs->print_path);
+
+ ishead = 0;
+ }
+ else if (isnext)
+ {
++ RCSVers *addv, *delv;
++
++ if (op == RCS_ANNOTATE_BACKWARDS) {
++ addv = onbranch ? NULL : prev_vers;
++ delv = onbranch ? vers : NULL;
++ } else {
++ addv = onbranch ? vers : NULL;
++ delv = onbranch ? NULL : prev_vers;
++ }
++
+ if (! apply_rcs_changes (&curlines, value, vallen,
+ rcs->path,
+- onbranch ? vers : NULL,
+- onbranch ? NULL : prev_vers))
++ addv, delv))
+ error (1, 0, "invalid change text in %s", rcs->print_path);
+ }
+ break;
+@@ -7384,6 +7459,14 @@
+
+ if (isversion)
+ {
++ /* If we're going backwards and not up a branch, and we
++ reached the version to start at, we're done. */
++ if ((op == RCS_ANNOTATE_BACKWARDS) && !onbranch && STREQ (version, key)) {
++ foundhead = 1;
++ linevector_copy (&headlines, &curlines);
++ break;
++ }
++
+ /* This is either the version we want, or it is the
+ branchpoint to the version we want. */
+ if (STREQ (branchversion, version))
+@@ -7391,7 +7474,9 @@
+ /* This is the version we want. */
+ linevector_copy (&headlines, &curlines);
+ foundhead = 1;
+- if (onbranch)
++ /* If we are annotating backwards, we have to
++ continue tracking when we're tracking a branch. */
++ if (onbranch && !(op == RCS_ANNOTATE_BACKWARDS))
+ {
+ /* We have found this version by tracking up a
+ branch. Restore back to the lines we saved
+@@ -7480,6 +7565,7 @@
+ switch (op)
+ {
+ case RCS_ANNOTATE:
++ case RCS_ANNOTATE_BACKWARDS:
+ {
+ unsigned int ln;
+
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/rcs.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/rcs.h
+@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
++/* $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/src/rcs.h,v 1.5 2010/09/19 19:43:09 tg Exp $ */
++
+ /*
+ * Copyright (C) 1986-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ *
+@@ -33,7 +35,7 @@
+ CVS) will put this into RCS files. Considered obsolete. */
+ #define RCSDEAD "dead"
+
+-#define DATEFORM "%02d.%02d.%02d.%02d.%02d.%02d"
++#define DATEFORM "%02ld.%02d.%02d.%02d.%02d.%02d"
+ #define SDATEFORM "%d.%d.%d.%d.%d.%d"
+
+ /*
+@@ -189,7 +191,7 @@
+ struct rcsbuffer;
+
+ /* What RCS_deltas is supposed to do. */
+-enum rcs_delta_op {RCS_ANNOTATE, RCS_FETCH};
++enum rcs_delta_op {RCS_ANNOTATE, RCS_ANNOTATE_BACKWARDS, RCS_FETCH};
+
+ /*
+ * exported interfaces
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/root.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/root.c
+@@ -1,4 +1,7 @@
+ /*
++ * Copyright © 2017
++ * mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
++ *
+ * Copyright (C) 1986-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ *
+ * Portions Copyright (C) 1998-2005 Derek Price, Ximbiot <http://ximbiot.com>,
+@@ -265,6 +268,7 @@
+ directories. Then we can check against them when a remote user
+ hands us a CVSROOT directory. */
+ static List *root_allow;
++static List *root_allow_regexp;
+
+ static void
+ delconfig (Node *n)
+@@ -288,15 +292,65 @@
+ }
+
+ void
++root_allow_regexp_add (const char *arg, const char *configPath)
++{
++ Node *n;
++
++ if (!root_allow_regexp) root_allow_regexp = getlist();
++ n = getnode();
++ n->key = xstrdup (arg);
++
++ /* This is a regexp, not the final cvsroot path - we cannot attach
++ it a config. So we attach configPath and we'll root_allow_add()
++ the actual, matching root in root_allow_compare_regexp() */
++ n->data = (void*)configPath;
++
++ addnode (root_allow_regexp, n);
++}
++
++void
+ root_allow_free (void)
+ {
+ dellist (&root_allow);
++ dellist (&root_allow_regexp);
++}
++
++int
++root_allow_used (void)
++{
++ return root_allow || root_allow_regexp;
++}
++
++/* walklist() callback for determining if 'root_to_check' matches
++ n->key (a regexp). If yes, 'root_to_check' will be added as if
++ directly specified through --allow-root.
++ */
++static int
++root_allow_compare_regexp (Node *n, void *root_to_check)
++{
++ int status;
++ regex_t re;
++
++ if (regcomp(&re, n->key,
++ REG_EXTENDED|REG_NOSUB) != 0)
++ {
++ return 0; /* report error? */
++ }
++ status = regexec(&re, root_to_check, (size_t) 0, NULL, 0);
++ regfree(&re);
++ if (status == 0)
++ {
++ /* n->data contains gConfigPath */
++ root_allow_add (root_to_check, n->data);
++ return 1;
++ }
++ return 0;
+ }
+
+ bool
+ root_allow_ok (const char *arg)
+ {
+- if (!root_allow)
++ if (!root_allow_used())
+ {
+ /* Probably someone upgraded from CVS before 1.9.10 to 1.9.10
+ or later without reading the documentation about
+@@ -308,12 +362,18 @@
+ back "error" rather than waiting for the next request which
+ expects responses. */
+ printf ("\
+-error 0 Server configuration missing --allow-root in inetd.conf\n");
++error 0 Server configuration missing --allow-root or --allow-root-regexp in inetd.conf\n");
+ exit (EXIT_FAILURE);
+ }
+
++ /* Look for 'arg' in the list of full-path allowed roots */
+ if (findnode (root_allow, arg))
+ return true;
++
++ /* Match 'arg' against the list of allowed roots regexps */
++ if (walklist (root_allow_regexp, root_allow_compare_regexp, (void*)arg))
++ return true;
++
+ return false;
+ }
+
+@@ -436,6 +496,9 @@
+ }
+
+
++#if defined(CLIENT_SUPPORT) || defined (SERVER_SUPPORT)
++static char *validate_hostname(const char *) __attribute__((__malloc__));
++#endif /* defined(CLIENT_SUPPORT) || defined (SERVER_SUPPORT) */
+
+ /*
+ * Parse a CVSROOT string to allocate and return a new cvsroot_t structure.
+@@ -535,6 +598,12 @@
+ method = "";
+ #endif /* defined (CLIENT_SUPPORT) || defined (SERVER_SUPPORT) */
+
++ if (NULL == method)
++ {
++ error (0, 0, "Missing method in CVSROOT.");
++ goto error_exit;
++ }
++
+ /* Now we have an access method -- see if it's valid. */
+
+ if (!strcasecmp (method, "local"))
+@@ -547,6 +616,16 @@
+ newroot->method = gserver_method;
+ else if (!strcasecmp (method, "server"))
+ newroot->method = server_method;
++ else if (strncmp (method, "ext=", 4) == 0)
++ {
++ newroot->cvs_rsh = xstrdup(method + 4);
++ newroot->method = ext_method;
++ }
++ else if (!strcasecmp (method, "extssh"))
++ {
++ newroot->cvs_rsh = xstrdup("ssh");
++ newroot->method = extssh_method;
++ }
+ else if (!strcasecmp (method, "ext"))
+ newroot->method = ext_method;
+ else if (!strcasecmp (method, "fork"))
+@@ -573,37 +652,40 @@
+ TRACE (TRACE_DATA, "CVSROOT option=`%s' value=`%s'", p, q);
+ if (!strcasecmp (p, "proxy"))
+ {
+- newroot->proxy_hostname = xstrdup (q);
++ if (!(newroot->proxy_hostname = validate_hostname(q))) {
++ error(0, 0, "Invalid proxy hostname: %s", q);
++ goto error_exit;
++ }
+ }
+ else if (!strcasecmp (p, "proxyport"))
+ {
+ char *r = q;
+- if (*r == '-') r++;
+- while (*r)
+- {
+- if (!isdigit(*r++))
+- {
++
++ do {
++ if (!isdigit(*r)) {
++ proxy_port_error:
+ error (0, 0,
+ "CVSROOT may only specify a positive, non-zero, integer proxy port (not `%s').",
+ q);
+ goto error_exit;
+ }
+- }
+- if ((newroot->proxy_port = atoi (q)) <= 0)
+- error (0, 0,
+-"CVSROOT may only specify a positive, non-zero, integer proxy port (not `%s').",
+- q);
++ } while (*++r);
++ if ((newroot->proxy_port = atoi(q)) <= 0 ||
++ newroot->proxy_port > 65535)
++ goto proxy_port_error;
+ }
+ else if (!strcasecmp (p, "CVS_RSH"))
+ {
+ /* override CVS_RSH environment variable */
+- if (newroot->method == ext_method)
+- newroot->cvs_rsh = xstrdup (q);
++ if (newroot->method == ext_method
++ || newroot->method == extssh_method)
++ newroot->cvs_rsh = xstrdup (q);
+ }
+ else if (!strcasecmp (p, "CVS_SERVER"))
+ {
+ /* override CVS_SERVER environment variable */
+ if (newroot->method == ext_method
++ || newroot->method == extssh_method
+ || newroot->method == fork_method)
+ newroot->cvs_server = xstrdup (q);
+ }
+@@ -635,7 +717,8 @@
+ newroot->isremote = (newroot->method != local_method);
+
+ #if defined (CLIENT_SUPPORT) || defined (SERVER_SUPPORT)
+- if (readonlyfs && newroot->isremote)
++ if (readonlyfs && newroot->isremote && (newroot->method != ext_method)
++ && (newroot->method != extssh_method) && (newroot->method != fork_method))
+ error (1, 0,
+ "Read-only repository feature unavailable with remote roots (cvsroot = %s)",
+ cvsroot_copy);
+@@ -682,7 +765,22 @@
+ /* a blank username is impossible, so leave it NULL in that
+ * case so we know to use the default username
+ */
++ {
++ /* for want of strcspn */
++ if (/* no at, obviously */ strchr(cvsroot_copy, '@') ||
++ /* no colon, interference with CVSROOT/passwd file */
++ strchr(cvsroot_copy, ':') ||
++ /* no linefeeds, interference with pserver protocol */
++ strchr(cvsroot_copy, '\012')) {
++ error(0, 0, "Bad username \"%s\"", cvsroot_copy);
++ goto error_exit;
++ }
++ /* other limitations include not beginning with a
++ * hyphen-minus but that’s not even a requirement
++ * in POSIX, let alone other operating environments…
++ */
+ newroot->username = xstrdup (cvsroot_copy);
++ }
+
+ cvsroot_copy = ++p;
+ }
+@@ -693,24 +791,18 @@
+ if ((p = strchr (cvsroot_copy, ':')) != NULL)
+ {
+ *p++ = '\0';
+- if (strlen(p))
++ if (*p)
+ {
++ char qch;
++
+ q = p;
+- if (*q == '-') q++;
+- while (*q)
++ while ((qch = *q++))
+ {
+- if (!isdigit(*q++))
+- {
+- error (0, 0,
+-"CVSROOT may only specify a positive, non-zero, integer port (not `%s').",
+- p);
+- error (0, 0,
+- "Perhaps you entered a relative pathname?");
+- goto error_exit;
+- }
++ if (!isdigit(qch))
++ goto parse_port_error;
+ }
+- if ((newroot->port = atoi (p)) <= 0)
+- {
++ if ((newroot->port = atoi(p)) <= 0 || newroot->port > 65535) {
++ parse_port_error:
+ error (0, 0,
+ "CVSROOT may only specify a positive, non-zero, integer port (not `%s').",
+ p);
+@@ -720,12 +812,8 @@
+ }
+ }
+
+- /* copy host */
+- if (*cvsroot_copy != '\0')
+- /* blank hostnames are invalid, but for now leave the field NULL
+- * and catch the error during the sanity checks later
+- */
+- newroot->hostname = xstrdup (cvsroot_copy);
++ /* check and copy host */
++ newroot->hostname = validate_hostname(cvsroot_copy);
+
+ /* restore the '/' */
+ cvsroot_copy = firstslash;
+@@ -750,7 +838,9 @@
+ #if defined(CLIENT_SUPPORT) || defined (SERVER_SUPPORT)
+ if (newroot->username && ! newroot->hostname)
+ {
+- error (0, 0, "Missing hostname in CVSROOT.");
++ /* this defangs sanity.sh tests for remote reject, though */
++ bad_hostname:
++ error (0, 0, "Missing or bad hostname in CVSROOT.");
+ goto error_exit;
+ }
+
+@@ -828,6 +918,7 @@
+ case server_method:
+ case ext_method:
+ no_port = 1;
++ case extssh_method:
+ /* no_password already set */
+ check_hostname = 1;
+ break;
+@@ -863,16 +954,13 @@
+ }
+
+ if (check_hostname && !newroot->hostname)
+- {
+- error (0, 0, "Didn't specify hostname in CVSROOT.");
+- goto error_exit;
+- }
++ goto bad_hostname;
+
+ if (no_port && newroot->port)
+ {
+ error (0, 0,
+-"CVSROOT port specification is only valid for gserver, kserver,");
+- error (0, 0, "and pserver connection methods.");
++"CVSROOT port specification is only valid for extssh,");
++ error (0, 0, "gserver, kserver and pserver connection methods.");
+ goto error_exit;
+ }
+ #endif /* defined(CLIENT_SUPPORT) || defined (SERVER_SUPPORT) */
+@@ -1052,3 +1140,78 @@
+ /* NOTREACHED */
+ }
+ #endif
++
++#if defined(CLIENT_SUPPORT) || defined (SERVER_SUPPORT)
++#define CLS_INVALID 0
++#define CLS_INSIDE 1
++#define CLS_OUTSIDE 2
++#define CLS_SEPARATOR 4
++/* EBCDIC safe */
++#define CLASSIFY(x) classify[(unsigned char)(x)]
++static char *
++validate_hostname(const char *s)
++{
++ char *buf, *cp;
++ size_t sz;
++ static char classify_initialised = 0, *classify;
++
++ /* initialise classification table */
++ if (!classify_initialised) {
++ const char *ccp;
++
++ classify = xmalloc(256);
++ for (sz = 0; sz < 256; ++sz)
++ CLASSIFY(sz) = CLS_INVALID;
++ for (ccp = "0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz";
++ *ccp; ++ccp)
++ CLASSIFY(*ccp) = CLS_INSIDE | CLS_OUTSIDE;
++ CLASSIFY('-') = CLS_INSIDE;
++ CLASSIFY('.') = CLS_SEPARATOR;
++ classify_initialised = 1;
++ }
++
++ /* total size limit tolerating a trailing dot */
++ if ((sz = strlen(s)) > 256)
++ return (NULL);
++ buf = xstrdup(s);
++
++ /* drop trailing dot */
++ if ((unsigned char)buf[sz - 1] == (unsigned char)'.')
++ buf[--sz] = '\0';
++ /* recheck */
++ if (sz > 255) {
++ err:
++ free(buf);
++ return (NULL);
++ }
++
++ /* check each label */
++ cp = buf;
++ loop:
++ /* must begin with [0-9A-Za-z] */
++ if (!(CLASSIFY(*cp++) & CLS_OUTSIDE))
++ goto err;
++ sz = 1;
++ /* arbitrary many [0-9A-Za-z-] */
++ while (CLASSIFY(*cp) & CLS_INSIDE) {
++ ++cp;
++ ++sz;
++ }
++ /* except the last must have been [0-9A-Za-z] again */
++ if (!(CLASSIFY(cp[-1]) & CLS_OUTSIDE))
++ goto err;
++ /* maximum label size */
++ if (sz > 63)
++ goto err;
++ /* next label? */
++ if (CLASSIFY(*cp) & CLS_SEPARATOR) {
++ ++cp;
++ goto loop;
++ }
++ /* must be end of string now */
++ if (*cp)
++ goto err;
++ /* it is, everything okay */
++ return (buf);
++}
++#endif /* defined(CLIENT_SUPPORT) || defined (SERVER_SUPPORT) */
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/root.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/root.h
+@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
++/* $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/src/root.h,v 1.5 2017/01/08 19:13:05 tg Exp $ */
++
+ /*
+ * Copyright (C) 1986-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ *
+@@ -22,6 +24,7 @@
+ kserver_method,
+ gserver_method,
+ ext_method,
++ extssh_method,
+ fork_method
+ } CVSmethod;
+ extern const char method_names[][16]; /* change this in root.c if you change
+@@ -62,8 +65,10 @@
+ __attribute__ ((__malloc__));
+ void Create_Root (const char *dir, const char *rootdir);
+ void root_allow_add (const char *, const char *configPath);
++void root_allow_regexp_add (const char *, const char *configPath);
+ void root_allow_free (void);
+ bool root_allow_ok (const char *);
++int root_allow_used (void);
+ struct config *get_root_allow_config (const char *arg, const char *configPath);
+ const char *primary_root_translate (const char *root_in);
+ const char *primary_root_inverse_translate (const char *root_in);
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/rsh-client.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/rsh-client.c
+@@ -53,11 +53,13 @@
+ char *cvs_server = (root->cvs_server != NULL
+ ? root->cvs_server : getenv ("CVS_SERVER"));
+ int i = 0;
+- /* This needs to fit "rsh", "-b", "-l", "USER", "host",
+- "cmd (w/ args)", and NULL. We leave some room to grow. */
+- char *rsh_argv[10];
++ /* This needs to fit "rsh", "-b", "-l", "USER", "-p", port,
++ "--", "host", "cvs", "-R", "server", and NULL.
++ We leave some room to grow. */
++ char *rsh_argv[16];
++ char argvport[16];
+
+- if (!cvs_rsh)
++ if (!cvs_rsh || !*cvs_rsh)
+ /* People sometimes suggest or assume that this should default
+ to "remsh" on systems like HPUX in which that is the
+ system-supplied name for the rsh program. However, that
+@@ -79,7 +81,7 @@
+ if that is what they want (the manual already tells them
+ that). */
+ cvs_rsh = RSH_DFLT;
+- if (!cvs_server)
++ if (!cvs_server || !*cvs_server)
+ cvs_server = "cvs";
+
+ /* The command line starts out with rsh. */
+@@ -97,8 +99,20 @@
+ rsh_argv[i++] = root->username;
+ }
+
++ if (root->method == extssh_method && root->port)
++ {
++ snprintf(argvport, sizeof(argvport), "%d", root->port);
++ rsh_argv[i++] = "-p";
++ rsh_argv[i++] = argvport;
++ }
++
++ /* Only non-option arguments from here. (CVE-2017-12836) */
++ rsh_argv[i++] = "--";
++
+ rsh_argv[i++] = root->hostname;
+ rsh_argv[i++] = cvs_server;
++ if (readonlyfs)
++ rsh_argv[i++] = "-R";
+ rsh_argv[i++] = "server";
+
+ /* Mark the end of the arg list. */
+@@ -139,9 +153,9 @@
+ int tofd, fromfd;
+ int child_pid;
+
+- if (!cvs_rsh)
++ if (!cvs_rsh || !*cvs_rsh)
+ cvs_rsh = RSH_DFLT;
+- if (!cvs_server)
++ if (!cvs_server || !*cvs_server)
+ cvs_server = "cvs";
+
+ /* Pass the command to rsh as a single string. This shouldn't
+@@ -154,10 +168,11 @@
+ * on the server machine does not set CVSROOT to something
+ * containing a colon (or better yet, upgrade the server).
+ */
+- command = Xasprintf ("%s server", cvs_server);
++ command = Xasprintf ("%s%s server", cvs_server, readonlyfs ? " -R" : "");
+
+ {
+- char *argv[10];
++ char argvport[16];
++ char *argv[16];
+ char **p = argv;
+
+ *p++ = cvs_rsh;
+@@ -171,6 +186,15 @@
+ *p++ = root->username;
+ }
+
++ if (root->method == extssh_method && root->port)
++ {
++ snprintf(argvport, sizeof(argvport), "%d", root->port);
++ *p++ = "-p";
++ *p++ = argvport;
++ }
++
++ *p++ = "--";
++
+ *p++ = root->hostname;
+ *p++ = command;
+ *p++ = NULL;
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/sanity.sh
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/sanity.sh
+@@ -1,5 +1,9 @@
+ #! /bin/sh
+ :
++# $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/src/sanity.sh,v 1.20 2017/08/12 01:08:20 tg Exp $
++#-
++# set DISABLE_ANY_RSH=1 to skip rsh and ssh calls
++#
+ # sanity.sh -- a growing testsuite for cvs.
+ #
+ # The copyright notice said: "Copyright (C) 1992, 1993 Cygnus Support"
+@@ -22,7 +26,7 @@
+ usage ()
+ {
+ echo "Usage: `basename $0` --help"
+- echo "Usage: `basename $0` [--eklr] [-c CONFIG-FILE] [-f FROM-TEST] \\"
++ echo "Usage: `basename $0` [-eklnpr] [-c CONFIG-FILE] [-f FROM-TEST] \\"
+ echo " [-h HOSTNAME] [-s CVS-FOR-CVS-SERVER] CVS-TO-TEST \\"
+ echo " [TESTS-TO-RUN...]"
+ }
+@@ -37,59 +41,74 @@
+ {
+ usage
+ echo
+- echo "-H|--help display this text"
++ echo "-H|--help display this text"
+ echo "-c CONFIG-FILE"
+ echo "--config=CONFIG_FILE"
+- echo " use an alternate test suite config file (defaults to"
+- echo " \`sanity.config.sh' in the same directory as"
+- echo " CVS-TO-TEST is found in)"
+- echo "-e|--skipfail Treat tests that would otherwise be nonfatally skipped"
+- echo " for reasons like missing tools as failures, exiting"
+- echo " with an error message. Also treat warnings as"
+- echo " failures."
++ echo " use an alternate test suite config file (defaults to"
++ echo " 'sanity.config.sh' in the same directory as"
++ echo " CVS-TO-TEST is found in)"
++ echo "-e|--skipfail Treat tests that would otherwise be nonfatally skipped"
++ echo " for reasons like missing tools as failures, exiting"
++ echo " with an error message. Also treat warnings as"
++ echo " failures."
+ echo "-f FROM-TEST"
+ echo "--from-test=FROM-TEST"
+- echo " run TESTS-TO-RUN, skipping all tests in the list before"
+- echo " FROM-TEST"
++ echo " run TESTS-TO-RUN, skipping all tests in the list before"
++ echo " FROM-TEST"
+ echo "-h HOSTNAME"
+ echo "--hostname HOSTNAME"
+- echo " Use :ext:HOSTNAME to run remote tests rather than"
+- echo " :fork:. Implies --remote and assumes that \$TESTDIR"
+- echo " resolves to the same directory on both the client and"
+- echo " the server."
+- echo "-k|--keep try to keep directories created by individual tests"
+- echo " around, exiting after the first test which supports"
+- echo " --keep"
+- echo "-l|--link-root"
+- echo " test CVS using a symlink to a real CVSROOT"
+- echo "-n|--noredirect"
+- echo " test a secondary/primary CVS server (writeproxy)"
+- echo " configuration with the Redirect response disabled"
+- echo " (implies --proxy)."
+- echo "-p|--proxy test a secondary/primary CVS server (writeproxy)"
+- echo " configuration (implies --remote)."
+- echo "-r|--remote test client/server, as opposed to local, CVS"
++ echo " Use :ext:HOSTNAME to run remote tests rather than"
++ echo " :fork:. Implies --remote and assumes that \$TESTDIR"
++ echo " resolves to the same directory on both the client and"
++ echo " the server."
++ echo "-k|--keep try to keep directories created by individual tests"
++ echo " around, exiting after the first test which supports"
++ echo " --keep"
++ echo "-l|--link-root test CVS using a symlink to a real CVSROOT"
++ echo "-n|--noredirect test a secondary/primary CVS server (writeproxy)"
++ echo " configuration with the Redirect response disabled"
++ echo " (implies --proxy)."
++ echo "-p|--proxy test a secondary/primary CVS server (writeproxy)"
++ echo " configuration (implies --remote)."
++ echo "-r|--remote test client/server, as opposed to local, CVS"
+ echo "-s CVS-FOR-CVS-SERVER"
+ echo "--server=CVS-FOR-CVS-SERVER"
+- echo " use CVS-FOR-CVS-SERVER as the path to the CVS SERVER"
+- echo " executable to be tested (defaults to CVS-TO-TEST and"
+- echo " implies --remote)"
+- echo
+- echo "CVS-TO-TEST the path to the CVS executable to be tested; used as"
+- echo " the path to the CVS client when CVS-FOR-CVS-SERVER is"
+- echo " specified"
+- echo "TESTS-TO-RUN the names of the tests to run (defaults to all tests)"
++ echo " use CVS-FOR-CVS-SERVER as the path to the CVS SERVER"
++ echo " executable to be tested (defaults to CVS-TO-TEST and"
++ echo " implies --remote)"
++ echo ""
++ echo "CVS-TO-TEST the path to the CVS executable to be tested; used as"
++ echo " the path to the CVS client when CVS-FOR-CVS-SERVER is"
++ echo " specified"
++ echo "TESTS-TO-RUN the names of the tests to run (defaults to all tests)"
+ exit 2
+ }
+
+ checklongoptarg()
+ {
+ if test "x$1" != xoptional && test -z "$OPTARG"; then
+- echo "option \`--$LONGOPT' requires an argument" >&2
++ echo "option '--$LONGOPT' requires an argument" >&2
+ exit_usage
+ fi
+ }
+
++do_save_TZ()
++{
++ saveset_TZ=${TZ+false}
++ save_TZ=$TZ
++ TZ=UTC0; export TZ
++}
++
++do_restore_TZ()
++{
++ if $saveset_TZ :; then
++ unset TZ
++ else
++ TZ=$save_TZ
++ export TZ
++ fi
++}
++
+ # See TODO list at end of file.
+
+ # required to make this script work properly.
+@@ -155,7 +174,7 @@
+ checklongoptarg
+ ;;
+ h)
+- echo "\`--h' is ambiguous. Could mean \`--help' or \`--hostname'" >&2
++ echo "'--h' is ambiguous. Could mean '--help' or '--hostname'" >&2
+ exit_usage
+ ;;
+ he|hel|help)
+@@ -187,7 +206,7 @@
+ OPTARG=
+ ;;
+ s)
+- echo "\`--s' is ambiguous. Could mean \`--server' or \`--skipfail'" >&2
++ echo "'--s' is ambiguous. Could mean '--server' or '--skipfail'" >&2
+ exit_usage
+ ;;
+ se|ser|serv|serve|server)
+@@ -312,7 +331,7 @@
+ . "$configfile"
+ else
+ echo "WARNING: Failed to locate test suite config file" >&2
+- echo " \`$configfile'." >&2
++ echo " '$configfile'." >&2
+ fi
+
+
+@@ -326,7 +345,7 @@
+ # Verify that $CVS_RSH $remotehost works.
+ result=`$CVS_RSH $remotehost 'echo test'`
+ if test $? != 0 || test "x$result" != "xtest"; then
+- echo "\`$CVS_RSH $remotehost' failed." >&2
++ echo "'$CVS_RSH $remotehost' failed." >&2
+ exit 1
+ fi
+ fi
+@@ -373,7 +392,7 @@
+ fi
+ if $CVS_RSH $remotehost "${servercvs} --version </dev/null |
+ grep '^Concurrent.*(.*server)$' >/dev/null 2>&1"; then :; else
+- echo "CVS executable \`$remotehost:${servercvs}' does not contain server support." >&2
++ echo "CVS executable '$remotehost:${servercvs}' does not contain server support." >&2
+ exit 1
+ fi
+ else
+@@ -388,7 +407,7 @@
+ fi
+ if ${servercvs} --version </dev/null |
+ grep '^Concurrent.*(.*server)$' >/dev/null 2>&1; then :; else
+- echo "CVS executable \`${servercvs}' does not contain server support." >&2
++ echo "CVS executable '${servercvs}' does not contain server support." >&2
+ exit 1
+ fi
+ fi
+@@ -399,7 +418,7 @@
+ if $remote; then
+ if ${testcvs} --version </dev/null |
+ grep '^Concurrent.*(client.*)$' >/dev/null 2>&1; then :; else
+- echo "CVS executable \`${testcvs}' does not contain client support." >&2
++ echo "CVS executable '${testcvs}' does not contain client support." >&2
+ exit 1
+ fi
+ fi
+@@ -418,7 +437,7 @@
+ dokeep()
+ {
+ if ${keep}; then
+- echo "Keeping ${TESTDIR} for test case \`${what}' and exiting due to --keep"
++ echo "Keeping ${TESTDIR} for test case '${what}' and exiting due to --keep"
+ exit 0
+ fi
+ }
+@@ -436,7 +455,7 @@
+ echo '(Note that the test can take an hour or more to run and periodically stops'
+ echo 'for as long as one minute. Do not assume there is a problem just because'
+ echo 'nothing seems to happen for a long time. If you cannot live without'
+-echo "running status, try the command: \`tail -f check.log' from another window.)"
++echo "running status, try the command: 'tail -f check.log' from another window.)"
+
+ # Regexp to match what the CVS client will call itself in output that it prints.
+ # FIXME: we don't properly quote this--if the name contains . we'll
+@@ -681,6 +700,10 @@
+ #! $TESTSHELL
+ hostname=\$1
+ shift
++if test x"\$hostname" = x"--"; then
++ hostname=\$1
++ shift
++fi
+ exec \
+ $CVS_RSH \
+ \$hostname \
+@@ -750,7 +773,7 @@
+ fi
+ fi
+ if $verbad; then
+- echo "The command \`$vercmd' does not support the --version option."
++ echo "The command '$vercmd' does not support the --version option."
+ fi
+ # It does not really matter that --version is not supported
+ return 0
+@@ -796,10 +819,10 @@
+ fi
+ done
+ if test -n "$TOOL"; then
+- echo "Notice: The default version of \`$default_TOOL' is defective." >>$LOGFILE
+- echo "using \`$TOOL' and hoping for the best." >>$LOGFILE
+- echo "Notice: The default version of \`$default_TOOL' is defective." >&2
+- echo "using \`$TOOL' and hoping for the best." >&2
++ echo "Notice: The default version of '$default_TOOL' is defective." >>$LOGFILE
++ echo "using '$TOOL' and hoping for the best." >>$LOGFILE
++ echo "Notice: The default version of '$default_TOOL' is defective." >&2
++ echo "using '$TOOL' and hoping for the best." >&2
+ echo $TOOL
+ else
+ echo $default_TOOL
+@@ -812,7 +835,7 @@
+ if $id -u >/dev/null 2>&1 && $id -un >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+ return 0
+ else
+- echo "Running these tests requires an \`id' program that understands the"
++ echo "Running these tests requires an 'id' program that understands the"
+ echo "-u and -n flags. Make sure that such an id (GNU, or many but not"
+ echo "all vendor-supplied versions) is in your path."
+ return 1
+@@ -941,8 +964,8 @@
+ else
+ DOTSTAR='\(.\|
+ \)*'
+- echo "Notice: DOTSTAR changed from sane \`.*' value to \`$DOTSTAR\`"
+- echo "to workaround GNU expr version 1.10 thru 1.12 bug where \`.'"
++ echo "Notice: DOTSTAR changed from sane '.*' value to '$DOTSTAR'"
++ echo "to workaround GNU expr version 1.10 thru 1.12 bug where '.'"
+ echo "does not match a newline."
+ fi
+ return 0
+@@ -1059,7 +1082,7 @@
+ rm -rf $TESTDIR/ls-test
+ fi
+ if $ls $TESTDIR/ls-test >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+- echo "Notice: \`$ls' is defective."
++ echo "Notice: '$ls' is defective."
+ echo 'This is a version of ls which does not correctly'
+ echo 'return false for files that do not exist. Some tests may'
+ echo 'spuriously pass or fail.'
+@@ -1205,11 +1228,16 @@
+ # 77.
+ require_rsh ()
+ {
++ if test x"$DISABLE_ANY_RSH" = x"1"; then
++ skipreason="administratively prohibited"
++ return 77
++ fi
++
+ host=${remotehost-"`hostname`"}
+ result=`$1 $host 'echo test'`
+ rc=$?
+ if test $? != 0 || test "x$result" != "xtest"; then
+- skipreason="\`$1 $host' failed rc=$rc result=$result"
++ skipreason="'$1 $host' failed rc=$rc result=$result"
+ return 77
+ fi
+
+@@ -1301,7 +1329,7 @@
+ fail ()
+ {
+ echo "FAIL: $1" | tee -a ${LOGFILE}
+- echo "*** Please see the \`TESTS' and \`check.log' files for more information." >&2
++ echo "*** Please see the 'TESTS' and 'check.log' files for more information." >&2
+ # This way the tester can go and see what remnants were left
+ exit 1
+ }
+@@ -1313,7 +1341,7 @@
+ if $remote && $LS $TMPDIR/cvs-serv* >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+ # A true value means ls found files/directories with these names.
+ # Give the server some time to finish, then retry.
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ if $LS $TMPDIR/cvs-serv* >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+ warn "$1" "Found cvs-serv* directories in $TMPDIR."
+ # The above will exit if $skipfail
+@@ -1503,6 +1531,9 @@
+ # lack \|).
+ dotest ()
+ {
++ #echo dotest >$TESTDIR/_dotest.fun
++ #pwd >$TESTDIR/_dotest.cwd
++ #printf '%s\n' "$2" >$TESTDIR/_dotest.cmd
+ rm -f $TESTDIR/dotest.ex? 2>&1
+ eval "$2" >$TESTDIR/dotest.tmp 2>&1
+ status=$?
+@@ -1518,6 +1549,9 @@
+ # Like dotest except only 2 args and result must exactly match stdin
+ dotest_lit ()
+ {
++ #echo dotest_lit >$TESTDIR/_dotest.fun
++ #pwd >$TESTDIR/_dotest.cwd
++ #printf '%s\n' "$2" >$TESTDIR/_dotest.cmd
+ rm -f $TESTDIR/dotest.ex? 2>&1
+ eval "$2" >$TESTDIR/dotest.tmp 2>&1
+ status=$?
+@@ -1543,6 +1577,9 @@
+ # Like dotest except exitstatus should be nonzero.
+ dotest_fail ()
+ {
++ #echo dotest_fail >$TESTDIR/_dotest.fun
++ #pwd >$TESTDIR/_dotest.cwd
++ #printf '%s\n' "$2" >$TESTDIR/_dotest.cmd
+ rm -f $TESTDIR/dotest.ex? 2>&1
+ eval "$2" >$TESTDIR/dotest.tmp 2>&1
+ status=$?
+@@ -1558,6 +1595,9 @@
+ # Like dotest except output is sorted.
+ dotest_sort ()
+ {
++ #echo dotest_sort >$TESTDIR/_dotest.fun
++ #pwd >$TESTDIR/_dotest.cwd
++ #printf '%s\n' "$2" >$TESTDIR/_dotest.cmd
+ rm -f $TESTDIR/dotest.ex? 2>&1
+ eval "$2" >$TESTDIR/dotest.tmp1 2>&1
+ status=$?
+@@ -1574,6 +1614,9 @@
+ # Like dotest_fail except output is sorted.
+ dotest_fail_sort ()
+ {
++ #echo dotest_fail_sort >$TESTDIR/_dotest.fun
++ #pwd >$TESTDIR/_dotest.cwd
++ #printf '%s\n' "$2" >$TESTDIR/_dotest.cmd
+ rm -f $TESTDIR/dotest.ex? 2>&1
+ eval "$2" >$TESTDIR/dotest.tmp1 2>&1
+ status=$?
+@@ -1622,6 +1665,7 @@
+ tests="$tests parseroot parseroot2 parseroot3 files spacefiles"
+ tests="${tests} commit-readonly commit-add-missing"
+ tests="${tests} status"
++ tests="${tests} suck"
+ # Branching, tagging, removing, adding, multiple directories
+ tests="${tests} rdiff rdiff-short"
+ tests="${tests} rdiff2 diff diffnl death death2"
+@@ -1694,7 +1738,7 @@
+ count=`expr $count + 1`
+ done
+ if test $count != 1; then
+- echo "No such test \`$fromtest'." >&2
++ echo "No such test '$fromtest'." >&2
+ exit 2
+ fi
+ # make sure it is in $tests
+@@ -1702,7 +1746,7 @@
+ *" $fromtest "*)
+ ;;
+ *)
+- echo "No such test \`$fromtest'." >&2
++ echo "No such test '$fromtest'." >&2
+ exit 2
+ ;;
+ esac
+@@ -2600,6 +2644,25 @@
+ ###
+ dotest init-1 "$testcvs init"
+
++# We might need to allow "cvs admin" access and full history.
++mkdir wnt
++cd wnt
++dotest init-1a "$testcvs -q co CVSROOT" "[UP] CVSROOT${DOTSTAR}"
++cd CVSROOT
++sed -e 's/^#UserAdminOptions=/UserAdminOptions=/' \
++ -e '/^LogHistory/d' \
++ <config >tmpconfig
++mv tmpconfig config
++dotest init-1b "$testcvs -q ci -m allow-cvs-admin" "" \
++".*/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
++new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
++$SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
++cd ../..
++rm -r wnt
++
++write_secondary_wrapper() { :; }
++CVS_SERVER_secondary_wrapper_orig=$CVS_SERVER
++
+ # Now hide the primary root behind a secondary if requested.
+ if $proxy; then
+ # Save the primary root.
+@@ -2626,6 +2689,7 @@
+ if $noredirect; then
+ # Wrap the CVS server to allow --primary-root to be set by the
+ # secondary.
++ write_secondary_wrapper() {
+ cat <<EOF >$TESTDIR/secondary-wrapper
+ #! $TESTSHELL
+ CVS_SERVER=$TESTDIR/primary-wrapper
+@@ -2633,8 +2697,10 @@
+
+ # No need to check the PID of the last client since we are testing with
+ # Redirect disabled.
+-proot_arg="--allow-root=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME"
+-exec $CVS_SERVER \$proot_arg "\$@"
++proot_arg="--allow-root=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME \
++ --allow-root=$TESTDIR/crerepos \
++ --allow-root=$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME"
++exec $CVS_SERVER_secondary_wrapper_orig \$proot_arg "\$@"
+ EOF
+ cat <<EOF >$TESTDIR/primary-wrapper
+ #! $TESTSHELL
+@@ -2644,7 +2710,8 @@
+ fi
+ exec $CVS_SERVER "\$@"
+ EOF
+-
++ }
++ write_secondary_wrapper
+ CVS_SERVER_secondary=$TESTDIR/secondary-wrapper
+ CVS_SERVER=$CVS_SERVER_secondary
+
+@@ -2685,10 +2752,10 @@
+ # were written to.
+ case "\$cmd" in
+ add|import)
+- # For \`add', we need a recursive update due to quirks in rsync syntax,
++ # For 'add', we need a recursive update due to quirks in rsync syntax,
+ # but it shouldn't affect efficiency since any new dir should be empty.
+ #
+- # For \`import', a recursive update is necessary since subdirs may have
++ # For 'import', a recursive update is necessary since subdirs may have
+ # been added underneath the root dir we were passed.
+ $RSYNC -rglop \\
+ $PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME/"\$dir" \\
+@@ -2696,7 +2763,7 @@
+ ;;
+
+ tag)
+- # \`tag' may have changed CVSROOT/val-tags too.
++ # 'tag' may have changed CVSROOT/val-tags too.
+ $RSYNC -glop \\
+ $PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME/CVSROOT/val-tags \\
+ $SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME/CVSROOT
+@@ -2726,7 +2793,7 @@
+ esac # \$dir
+
+ # Avoid timestamp comparison issues with rsync.
+-sleep 1
++sleep 2
+ EOF
+ chmod a+x $TESTDIR/sync-secondary
+
+@@ -2781,6 +2848,21 @@
+ ###
+ dotest init-2 "$testcvs init"
+
++# We might need to allow "cvs admin" access and full history.
++mkdir wnt
++cd wnt
++dotest init-2a "$testcvs -q co CVSROOT" "[UP] CVSROOT${DOTSTAR}"
++cd CVSROOT
++sed -e 's/^#UserAdminOptions=/UserAdminOptions=/' \
++ -e '/^LogHistory/d' \
++ <config >tmpconfig
++mv tmpconfig config
++dotest init-2b "$testcvs -q ci -m allow-cvs-admin" "" \
++".*/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
++new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
++$SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
++cd ../..
++rm -r wnt
+
+
+ ###
+@@ -2805,6 +2887,7 @@
+
+ Copyright (C) [0-9]* Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
++Portions contributed by Thorsten Glaser for the MirOS Project and Debian.
+ Senior active maintainers include Larry Jones, Derek R. Price,
+ and Mark D. Baushke. Please see the AUTHORS and README files from the CVS
+ distribution kit for a complete list of contributors and copyrights.
+@@ -2822,8 +2905,8 @@
+ #Secondary Server: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) [0-9p.]* (.*server)'
+ if $remote; then
+ dotest version-2r "${testcvs} version" \
+-'Client: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) [0-9p.]* (client.*)
+-Server: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) [0-9p.]* (.*server)'
++'Client: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) [0-9p.]*\(-Mir[^ ]*\)* (client.*)
++Server: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) [0-9p.]*\(-Mir[^ ]*\)* (.*server)'
+ else
+ dotest version-2 "${testcvs} version" \
+ 'Concurrent Versions System (CVS) [0-9.]*.*'
+@@ -2846,7 +2929,7 @@
+ dotest basica-0a "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest basica-0b "$testcvs add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd ..
+ rm -r 1
+
+@@ -2865,17 +2948,17 @@
+ # Remote CVS gives the "cannot open CVS/Entries" error, which is
+ # clearly a bug, but not a simple one to fix.
+ dotest basica-1a10 "$testcvs -n add sdir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/sdir added to the repository" \
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/sdir put under version control" \
+ "$SPROG add: cannot open CVS/Entries for reading: No such file or directory
+-Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/sdir added to the repository"
++Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/sdir put under version control"
+ dotest_fail basica-1a11 \
+ "test -d $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/sdir"
+ dotest basica-2 "$testcvs add sdir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/sdir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/sdir put under version control"
+ cd sdir
+ mkdir ssdir
+ dotest basica-3 "$testcvs add ssdir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/sdir/ssdir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/sdir/ssdir put under version control"
+ cd ssdir
+ echo ssfile >ssfile
+
+@@ -3145,7 +3228,7 @@
+ dotest basicb-0d0 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ""
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest basicb-0e "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd ..
+ rm -r 2
+
+@@ -3165,8 +3248,8 @@
+ # special only when it is directly in $CVSROOT/CVSROOT.
+ mkdir Emptydir sdir2
+ dotest basicb-2 "${testcvs} add Emptydir sdir2" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/Emptydir added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir2 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/Emptydir put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir2 put under version control"
+ cd Emptydir
+ echo sfile1 starts >sfile1
+ dotest basicb-2a10 "${testcvs} -n add sfile1" \
+@@ -3288,7 +3371,7 @@
+ dotest basicb-14 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." 'U topfile'
+ mkdir second-dir
+ dotest basicb-15 "${testcvs} add second-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir put under version control"
+ cd second-dir
+ touch aa
+ dotest basicb-16 "${testcvs} add aa" \
+@@ -3327,10 +3410,17 @@
+ # many other folks are still using the older 'invalid option'
+ # lib/getopt.c will use POSIX when __posixly_correct
+ # otherwise the other, so accept both of them. -- mdb
++ # Added optional single quotes. -- mirabilos
++ # The above is actually untrue, POSIX only documents some older
++ # texts that can be used and explicitly leaves open the format
++ # of these messages. Also, GNU getopt is broken and does not
++ # use __progname in the first place. *sigh* -- mirabilos
++ # Also supporting either argv0 with both errors and optional
++ # quotes now. -- mirabilos
+ dotest_fail basicb-21 "${testcvs} -q admin -H" \
+-"admin: invalid option -- H
++"admin: i[ln][lv][ea][gl][ai][ld] option -- '*H'*
+ ${CPROG} \[admin aborted\]: specify ${CPROG} -H admin for usage information" \
+-"admin: illegal option -- H
++"cvs: i[ln][lv][ea][gl][ai][ld] option -- '*H'*
+ ${CPROG} \[admin aborted\]: specify ${CPROG} -H admin for usage information"
+ cd ..
+ rmdir 1
+@@ -3356,8 +3446,8 @@
+ dotest basicc-2 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir second-dir
+ dotest basicc-3 "${testcvs} add first-dir second-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir put under version control"
+ # Old versions of CVS often didn't create this top-level CVS
+ # directory in the first place. I think that maybe the only
+ # way to get it to work currently is to let CVS create it,
+@@ -3807,7 +3897,7 @@
+ for i in dir1 dir2 dir3 dir4 dir5 dir6 dir7 dir8; do
+ mkdir $i
+ dotest deep-2-$i "${testcvs} add $i" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir1[/dir0-9]* added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir1[/dir0-9]* put under version control"
+ cd $i
+ echo file1 >file1
+ dotest deep-3-$i "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -3924,7 +4014,7 @@
+ if test ! -d $i ; then
+ mkdir $i
+ dotest basic2-2-$i "${testcvs} add $i" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/.*/$i added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/.*/$i put under version control"
+ fi
+
+ cd $i
+@@ -4907,14 +4997,14 @@
+
+ # try and list a file before it's created, during an old revision, in
+ # a period when it was dead and in the future
+- time_prebirth=`date '+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'` ; sleep 1
++ time_prebirth=`date '+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'` ; sleep 2
+ touch dated
+ dotest ls-D-init-1 "$testcvs -Q add dated"
+ dotest ls-D-init-2 "$testcvs -Q ci -mm dated"
+- time_newborn=`date '+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'` ; sleep 1
++ time_newborn=`date '+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'` ; sleep 2
+ echo mm >> dated
+ dotest ls-D-init-2 "$testcvs -Q ci -mm dated"
+- time_predeath=`date '+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'` ; sleep 1
++ time_predeath=`date '+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'` ; sleep 2
+ rm dated
+ dotest ls-D-init-3 "$testcvs -Q rm dated"
+ dotest ls-D-init-4 "$testcvs -Q ci -mm dated"
+@@ -4963,7 +5053,6 @@
+ CVSROOT=":pserver;proxy=localhost;proxyport=8080:localhost/dev/null"
+ dotest parseroot-3r "$testcvs -d'$CVSROOT' logout" \
+ "Logging out of :pserver:$username@localhost:2401/dev/null
+-$CPROG logout: warning: failed to open $HOME/\.cvspass for reading: No such file or directory
+ $CPROG logout: Entry not found."
+ CVSROOT=":pserver;proxyport=8080:localhost/dev/null"
+ dotest_fail parseroot-4r "$testcvs -d'$CVSROOT' logout" \
+@@ -5010,7 +5099,7 @@
+ dotest files-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ""
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest files-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch tfile
+ dotest files-3 "${testcvs} add tfile" \
+@@ -5023,7 +5112,7 @@
+ dotest files-6 "${testcvs} -q update -r C" ""
+ mkdir dir
+ dotest files-7 "${testcvs} add dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir added to the repository
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir put under version control
+ --> Using per-directory sticky tag .C'"
+ cd dir
+ touch .file
+@@ -5032,12 +5121,12 @@
+ ${SPROG} add: use .${SPROG} commit. to add this file permanently"
+ mkdir sdir
+ dotest files-7c "${testcvs} add sdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir/sdir added to the repository
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir/sdir put under version control
+ --> Using per-directory sticky tag .C'"
+ cd sdir
+ mkdir ssdir
+ dotest files-8 "${testcvs} add ssdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir/sdir/ssdir added to the repository
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir/sdir/ssdir put under version control
+ --> Using per-directory sticky tag .C'"
+ cd ssdir
+ touch .file
+@@ -5117,10 +5206,10 @@
+ initial revision: 1\.1"
+ mkdir 'first dir'
+ dotest spacefiles-4 "${testcvs} add 'first dir'" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first dir put under version control"
+ mkdir ./-b
+ dotest spacefiles-5 "${testcvs} add -- -b" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/-b added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/-b put under version control"
+ cd 'first dir'
+ touch 'a file'
+ dotest spacefiles-6 "${testcvs} add 'a file'" \
+@@ -5193,7 +5282,7 @@
+ dotest status-init-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest status-init-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ echo a line >tfile
+ dotest status-init-3 "${testcvs} add tfile" \
+@@ -5285,7 +5374,7 @@
+ cd ..
+ mkdir fourth-dir
+ dotest status-init-8 "$testcvs add fourth-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/fourth-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/fourth-dir put under version control"
+ cd fourth-dir
+ echo yet another line >t3file
+ dotest status-init-9 "$testcvs add t3file" \
+@@ -5297,7 +5386,7 @@
+ cd ../first-dir
+ mkdir third-dir
+ dotest status-init-11 "$testcvs add third-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/third-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/third-dir put under version control"
+ cd third-dir
+ echo another line >t2file
+ dotest status-init-12 "$testcvs add t2file" \
+@@ -5650,7 +5739,7 @@
+ dotest diff-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest diff-2 "$testcvs add first-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ # diff is anomalous. Most CVS commands print the "nothing
+@@ -5697,7 +5786,7 @@
+ dotest diffnl-000 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest diffnl-001 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ ${AWK} 'BEGIN {printf("one\ntwo\nthree\nfour\nfive\nsix")}' </dev/null >abc
+@@ -5861,7 +5950,7 @@
+ # doesn't get confused by it.
+ mkdir subdir
+ dotest 65a0 "${testcvs} add subdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir put under version control"
+ cd subdir
+ echo file in subdir >sfile
+ dotest 65a1 "${testcvs} add sfile" \
+@@ -6590,7 +6679,7 @@
+ dotest rmadd-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest rmadd-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ echo first file1 >file1
+ dotest rmadd-3 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -6668,6 +6757,7 @@
+ >$CVSROOT_DIRNAME/CVSROOT/val-tags-tmp
+ mv $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/CVSROOT/val-tags-tmp \
+ $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/CVSROOT/val-tags
++ rm -f $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/CVSROOT/val-tags.db
+
+ dotest rmadd-18 "$testcvs -q update -p -r mynonbranch file1" \
+ "first file1"
+@@ -6733,7 +6823,7 @@
+ # now try forced revision with recursion
+ mkdir sub
+ dotest rmadd-26 "${testcvs} -q add sub" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sub added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sub put under version control"
+ echo hello >sub/subfile
+ dotest rmadd-27 "${testcvs} -q add sub/subfile" \
+ "${SPROG} add: use .${SPROG} commit. to add this file permanently"
+@@ -6790,7 +6880,7 @@
+ dotest rmadd2-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest rmadd2-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ echo 'initial contents' >file1
+ dotest rmadd2-3 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -6890,7 +6980,7 @@
+ dotest rmadd3-init1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest rmadd3-init2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ echo initial content for file1 >file1
+@@ -6941,7 +7031,7 @@
+ dotest resurrection-init1 "$testcvs -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest resurrection-init2 "$testcvs add first-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ echo initial content for file1 >file1
+@@ -7106,11 +7196,11 @@
+ dotest dirs2-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest dirs2-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ mkdir sdir
+ dotest dirs2-3 "${testcvs} add sdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir put under version control"
+ touch sdir/file1
+ dotest dirs2-4 "${testcvs} add sdir/file1" \
+ "${SPROG} add: scheduling file .sdir/file1. for addition
+@@ -7452,7 +7542,7 @@
+ '"${SPROG}"' add: use .'"${SPROG}"' commit. to add this file permanently'
+ mkdir dir1
+ dotest branches2-9 "${testcvs} add dir1" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir1 added to the repository
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir1 put under version control
+ --> Using per-directory sticky tag "'`'"b1'"
+ echo "file3 first revision" > dir1/file3
+ dotest branches2-10 "${testcvs} add dir1/file3" \
+@@ -7802,7 +7892,7 @@
+ cd first-dir
+ mkdir dir2
+ dotest branches2-25 "${testcvs} add dir2" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir2 added to the repository
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir2 put under version control
+ --> Using per-directory sticky tag "'`'"b1'"
+ echo "file4 first revision" > dir2/file4
+ dotest branches2-26 "${testcvs} add dir2/file4" \
+@@ -7952,10 +8042,10 @@
+ cd first-dir
+ mkdir branches mixed mixed2 versions
+ dotest branches4-2 "${testcvs} -q add branches mixed mixed2 versions" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/branches added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/mixed added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/mixed2 added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/versions added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/branches put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/mixed put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/mixed2 put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/versions put under version control"
+
+ echo file1 >branches/file1
+ echo file2 >branches/file2
+@@ -8031,7 +8121,7 @@
+ dotest tagc-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest tagc-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch file1 file2
+ dotest tagc-3 "${testcvs} add file1 file2" \
+@@ -8052,7 +8142,7 @@
+ T file2"
+ # Avoid timestamp granularity bugs (FIXME: CVS should be
+ # doing the sleep, right?).
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ echo myedit >>file1
+ dotest tagc-6a "${testcvs} rm -f file2" \
+ "${SPROG} remove: scheduling .file2. for removal
+@@ -8193,7 +8283,7 @@
+ dotest tagf-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest tagf-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch file1 file2
+ dotest tagf-3 "${testcvs} add file1 file2" \
+@@ -8397,7 +8487,7 @@
+ dotest tag-space-init-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest tag-space-init-2 "$testcvs add first-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch file1
+ dotest tag-space-init-3 "$testcvs add file1" \
+@@ -8672,7 +8762,7 @@
+ dotest rcslib-merge-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest rcslib-merge-2 "$testcvs -q add first-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME.*/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME.*/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd ..; rm -r 1
+
+ dotest rcslib-merge-3 "$testcvs -q co first-dir" ""
+@@ -9320,8 +9410,7 @@
+ # Also the -d option.
+
+ # Set a predictable time zone for these tests.
+- save_TZ=$TZ
+- TZ=UTC0; export TZ
++ do_save_TZ
+
+ mkdir 1; cd 1
+ mkdir adir bdir cdir
+@@ -9444,7 +9533,7 @@
+ dotest_fail importc-12 "test -d ${TESTDIR}/other" ""
+
+ dokeep
+- TZ=$save_TZ
++ do_restore_TZ
+ cd ..
+ rm -r 1 2
+ modify_repo rm -rf $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir
+@@ -9757,7 +9846,19 @@
+ N import-quirks-4/file1
+ N import-quirks-4/file2
+ N import-quirks-4/file3
+-No conflicts created by this import"
++No conflicts created by this import
++cvs import: warning: you are using an even vendor branch, which can
++lead to problems: '1.1.2'. Use an odd branch such as '1.1.3' instead." \
++"
++
++N import-quirks-4/file1
++N import-quirks-4/file2
++N import-quirks-4/file3
++No conflicts created by this import
++cvs import: warning: you are using an even vendor branch, which can
++cvs import: warning: you are using an even vendor branch, which can
++lead to problems: '1.1.2'. Use an odd branch such as '1.1.3' instead.
++lead to problems: '1.1.2'. Use an odd branch such as '1.1.3' instead."
+
+ dokeep
+ cd ..
+@@ -9785,14 +9886,18 @@
+ # Create the module.
+ dotest import-after-initial-1 \
+ "$testcvs -Q import -m. $module X Y" ''
++ sync >/dev/null 2>&1
+
+ file=m
+ # Check it out and add a file.
+ dotest import-after-initial-2 "$testcvs -Q co $module" ''
++ sync >/dev/null 2>&1
+ cd $module
+ echo original > $file
+ dotest import-after-initial-3 "${testcvs} -Q add $file" ""
++ sync >/dev/null 2>&1
+ dotest import-after-initial-4 "$testcvs -Q ci -m. $file"
++ sync >/dev/null 2>&1
+
+ # Delay a little so the following import isn't done in the same
+ # second as the preceding commit.
+@@ -9803,12 +9908,14 @@
+ mkdir sub
+ cd sub
+ echo newer-via-import > $file
++ sync >/dev/null 2>&1
+ dotest import-after-initial-5 \
+ "$testcvs -Q import -m. $module X Y2" ''
++ sync >/dev/null 2>&1
+ cd ..
+
+ # Sleep a second so we're sure to be after the second of the import.
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+
+ dotest import-after-initial-6 \
+ "$testcvs -Q update -p -D now $file" 'original'
+@@ -10380,7 +10487,7 @@
+ dotest join2-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest join2-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ echo 'initial contents of file1' >file1
+ dotest join2-3 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -10489,7 +10596,7 @@
+ dotest join3-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest join3-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ echo 'initial contents of file1' >file1
+ dotest join3-3 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -11130,7 +11237,7 @@
+ module=x
+ mkdir $module
+ dotest join-admin-0-2 "$testcvs -q add $module" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/$module added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/$module put under version control"
+ cd $module
+
+ # Create a file so applying the first tag works.
+@@ -11182,7 +11289,7 @@
+ module=x
+ mkdir $module
+ dotest join-admin-2-2 "$testcvs -q add $module" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/x added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/x put under version control"
+ cd $module
+
+ # Create a file so applying the first tag works.
+@@ -11252,7 +11359,7 @@
+ dotest join-rm-init-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir $module
+ dotest join-rm-init-2 "$testcvs -q add $module" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/$module added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/$module put under version control"
+ cd $module
+
+ # add some files.
+@@ -11497,7 +11604,7 @@
+ echo add a line >>a
+ mkdir dir1
+ dotest conflicts-127b "${testcvs} add dir1" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir1 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir1 put under version control"
+ dotest conflicts-128 "${testcvs} -q ci -m changed" \
+ "$CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/a,v <-- a
+ new revision: 1\.2; previous revision: 1\.1"
+@@ -11945,7 +12052,7 @@
+ dotest conflicts3-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest conflicts3-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd ..
+ mkdir 2; cd 2
+ dotest conflicts3-3 "${testcvs} -q co -l first-dir" ''
+@@ -11994,7 +12101,7 @@
+ # and see that CVS doesn't lose its mind.
+ mkdir sdir
+ dotest conflicts3-14 "${testcvs} add sdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir put under version control"
+ touch sdir/sfile
+ dotest conflicts3-14a "${testcvs} add sdir/sfile" \
+ "${SPROG} add: scheduling file .sdir/sfile. for addition
+@@ -12107,7 +12214,7 @@
+ dotest clean-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest clean-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ echo "The usual boring test text." > cleanme.txt
+ dotest clean-3 "${testcvs} add cleanme.txt" \
+@@ -12437,12 +12544,12 @@
+ cd first-dir
+ mkdir subdir
+ dotest modules-143a "${testcvs} add subdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir put under version control"
+
+ cd subdir
+ mkdir ssdir
+ dotest modules-143b "${testcvs} add ssdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir/ssdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir/ssdir put under version control"
+
+ touch a b
+
+@@ -12699,9 +12806,9 @@
+ mkdir first-dir second-dir third-dir
+ dotest modules2-setup-2 \
+ "${testcvs} add first-dir second-dir third-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/third-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/third-dir put under version control"
+ cd third-dir
+ touch file3
+ dotest modules2-setup-3 "${testcvs} add file3" \
+@@ -12947,7 +13054,7 @@
+ dotest modules3-0 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest modules3-1 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+
+ cd first-dir
+ echo file1 >file1
+@@ -13008,11 +13115,11 @@
+ cd second-dir
+ mkdir suba
+ dotest modules3-7-workaround1 "${testcvs} add suba" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir/suba added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir/suba put under version control"
+ cd suba
+ mkdir subb
+ dotest modules3-7-workaround2 "${testcvs} add subb" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir/suba/subb added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir/suba/subb put under version control"
+ cd ../..
+ fi
+
+@@ -13113,13 +13220,13 @@
+ dotest modules4-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest modules4-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+
+ cd first-dir
+ mkdir subdir subdir_long
+ dotest modules4-3 "${testcvs} add subdir subdir_long" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir_long added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir_long put under version control"
+
+ echo file1 > file1
+ dotest modules4-4 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -13248,11 +13355,11 @@
+ cd first-dir
+ mkdir subdir
+ dotest modules5-2 "${testcvs} add subdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir put under version control"
+ cd subdir
+ mkdir ssdir
+ dotest modules5-3 "${testcvs} add ssdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir/ssdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir/ssdir put under version control"
+ touch a b
+ dotest modules5-4 "${testcvs} add a b" \
+ "${SPROG} add: scheduling file .a. for addition
+@@ -13291,7 +13398,7 @@
+ for i in checkout export tag; do
+ cat >> ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/$i.sh <<EOF
+ #! $TESTSHELL
+-sleep 1
++sleep 2
+ echo "$i script invoked in \`pwd\`"
+ echo "args: \$@"
+ EOF
+@@ -13950,12 +14057,12 @@
+ mkdir mod2-2
+ mkdir mod2-2/sub2-2
+ dotest cvsadm-2a "${testcvs} add mod1 mod1-2 mod2 mod2/sub2 mod2-2 mod2-2/sub2-2" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod1 added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod1-2 added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod2 added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod2/sub2 added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod2-2 added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod2-2/sub2-2 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod1 put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod1-2 put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod2 put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod2/sub2 put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod2-2 put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/mod2-2/sub2-2 put under version control"
+
+ # Populate the directories for the halibut
+ echo "file1" > mod1/file1
+@@ -15001,7 +15108,7 @@
+ echo "file1" > mod1/file1
+ mkdir moda/modasub
+ dotest emptydir-3b "${testcvs} add moda/modasub" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/moda/modasub added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/moda/modasub put under version control"
+ echo "filea" > moda/modasub/filea
+ dotest emptydir-4 "${testcvs} add mod1/file1 moda/modasub/filea" \
+ "${SPROG} add: scheduling file .mod1/file1. for addition
+@@ -15328,8 +15435,8 @@
+ dotest toplevel-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir top-dir second-dir
+ dotest toplevel-2 "${testcvs} add top-dir second-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/top-dir added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/top-dir put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir put under version control"
+ cd top-dir
+
+ touch file1
+@@ -15447,8 +15554,8 @@
+ dotest toplevel2-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir top-dir second-dir
+ dotest toplevel2-2 "${testcvs} add top-dir second-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/top-dir added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/top-dir put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir put under version control"
+ cd top-dir
+
+ touch file1
+@@ -15686,7 +15793,7 @@
+ # can see the "CVS:" lines.
+ cat >${TESTDIR}/editme <<EOF
+ #!${TESTSHELL}
+-sleep 1
++sleep 2
+ sed <\$1 -e 's/^/x/' >${TESTDIR}/edit.new
+ mv ${TESTDIR}/edit.new \$1
+ exit 0
+@@ -15697,7 +15804,7 @@
+ dotest editor-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest editor-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch file1 file2
+ dotest editor-3 "${testcvs} add file1 file2" \
+@@ -15741,6 +15848,7 @@
+ revision 1\.1
+ date: ${ISO8601DATE}; author: ${username}; state: Exp; commitid: ${commitid};
+ branches: 1\.1\.2;
++x
+ xCVS: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ xCVS: Enter Log. Lines beginning with .CVS:. are removed automatically
+ xCVS:
+@@ -15752,6 +15860,7 @@
+ ----------------------------
+ revision 1\.1\.2\.1
+ date: ${ISO8601DATE}; author: ${username}; state: Exp; lines: ${PLUS}1 -0; commitid: ${commitid};
++x
+ xCVS: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ xCVS: Enter Log. Lines beginning with .CVS:. are removed automatically
+ xCVS:
+@@ -15779,6 +15888,7 @@
+ revision 1\.1
+ date: ${ISO8601DATE}; author: ${username}; state: Exp; commitid: ${commitid};
+ branches: 1\.1\.2;
++x
+ xCVS: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ xCVS: Enter Log. Lines beginning with .CVS:. are removed automatically
+ xCVS:
+@@ -15790,6 +15900,7 @@
+ ----------------------------
+ revision 1\.1\.2\.1
+ date: ${ISO8601DATE}; author: ${username}; state: Exp; lines: ${PLUS}1 -0; commitid: ${commitid};
++x
+ xCVS: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ xCVS: Enter Log. Lines beginning with .CVS:. are removed automatically
+ xCVS:
+@@ -15811,6 +15922,7 @@
+ revision 1\.1
+ date: ${ISO8601DATE}; author: ${username}; state: Exp; commitid: ${commitid};
+ branches: 1\.1\.2;
++x
+ xCVS: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ xCVS: Enter Log. Lines beginning with .CVS:. are removed automatically
+ xCVS:
+@@ -15822,6 +15934,7 @@
+ ----------------------------
+ revision 1\.1\.2\.1
+ date: ${ISO8601DATE}; author: ${username}; state: Exp; lines: ${PLUS}1 -0; commitid: ${commitid};
++x
+ xCVS: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ xCVS: Enter Log. Lines beginning with .CVS:. are removed automatically
+ xCVS:
+@@ -15836,7 +15949,7 @@
+ # Test CVS's response to an unchanged log message
+ cat >${TESTDIR}/editme <<EOF
+ #!${TESTSHELL}
+-sleep 1
++sleep 2
+ exit 0
+ EOF
+ chmod +x ${TESTDIR}/editme
+@@ -15849,7 +15962,7 @@
+ # Test CVS's response to an empty log message
+ cat >${TESTDIR}/editme <<EOF
+ #!${TESTSHELL}
+-sleep 1
++sleep 2
+ cat /dev/null >\$1
+ exit 0
+ EOF
+@@ -15863,7 +15976,7 @@
+ # Test CVS's response to a log message with one blank line
+ cat >${TESTDIR}/editme <<EOF
+ #!${TESTSHELL}
+-sleep 1
++sleep 2
+ echo >\$1
+ exit 0
+ EOF
+@@ -15877,7 +15990,7 @@
+ # Test CVS's response to a log message with only comments
+ cat >${TESTDIR}/editme <<EOF
+ #!${TESTSHELL}
+-sleep 1
++sleep 2
+ cat \$1 >${TESTDIR}/edit.new
+ mv ${TESTDIR}/edit.new \$1
+ exit 0
+@@ -15905,7 +16018,7 @@
+ cd ../first-dir
+ cat >${TESTDIR}/editme <<EOF
+ #!${TESTSHELL}
+-sleep 1
++sleep 2
+ cp /dev/null \$1
+ exit 1
+ EOF
+@@ -16065,7 +16178,7 @@
+ cd ..
+ mkdir env
+ dotest env-3 "${testcvs} -q add env" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/env added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/env put under version control"
+ cd env
+ echo testing >file1
+ dotest env-4 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -16159,7 +16272,7 @@
+ dotest errmsg2-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest errmsg2-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ dotest_fail errmsg2-3 "${testcvs} add CVS" \
+ "${CPROG} add: cannot add special file .CVS.; skipping"
+@@ -16189,7 +16302,7 @@
+ mkdir sdir
+ cd ..
+ dotest errmsg2-8 "${testcvs} add first-dir/sdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir put under version control"
+ # while we're here... check commit with no CVS directory
+ dotest_fail errmsg2-8a "${testcvs} -q ci first-dir nonexistant" \
+ "${CPROG} commit: nothing known about .nonexistant'
+@@ -16205,7 +16318,7 @@
+ mkdir sdir10
+ dotest errmsg2-10 "${testcvs} add file10 sdir10" \
+ "${SPROG} add: scheduling file .file10. for addition
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir10 added to the repository
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir10 put under version control
+ ${SPROG} add: use .${SPROG} commit. to add this file permanently"
+ dotest errmsg2-11 "${testcvs} -q ci -m add-file10" \
+ "$CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/file10,v <-- file10
+@@ -16219,7 +16332,7 @@
+ cd ..
+ mkdir first-dir/sdir10/ssdir
+ dotest errmsg2-13 "${testcvs} add first-dir/sdir10/ssdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir10/ssdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/sdir10/ssdir put under version control"
+
+ touch first-dir/sdir10/ssdir/ssfile
+ dotest errmsg2-14 \
+@@ -16360,7 +16473,7 @@
+ dotest adderrmsg-init1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir adderrmsg-dir
+ dotest adderrmsg-init2 "${testcvs} add adderrmsg-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/adderrmsg-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/adderrmsg-dir put under version control"
+ cd adderrmsg-dir
+
+ # try to add the admin dir
+@@ -16839,7 +16952,7 @@
+ dotest watch4-0a "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest watch4-0b "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+
+ cd first-dir
+ dotest watch4-1 "${testcvs} watch on" ''
+@@ -16854,7 +16967,7 @@
+ # Now test the analogous behavior for directories.
+ mkdir subdir
+ dotest watch4-4 "${testcvs} add subdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/subdir put under version control"
+ cd subdir
+ touch sfile
+ dotest watch4-5 "${testcvs} add sfile" \
+@@ -16945,7 +17058,7 @@
+ dotest watch5-0a "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest watch5-0b "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+
+ cd first-dir
+ dotest watch5-1 "${testcvs} watch on" ''
+@@ -17125,7 +17238,7 @@
+ dotest edit-check-0a "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest edit-check-0b "$testcvs add first-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir put under version control"
+
+ cd first-dir
+ dotest edit-check-1 "$testcvs watch on"
+@@ -17243,7 +17356,7 @@
+
+ # Manually fake another editor:
+
+- # Try to gaurantee a seperate name for an "other" user editting
++ # Try to guarantee a seperate name for an "other" user editing
+ # the file.
+ otherUser="dummyUser"
+ if [ x"$USER" = x"$otherUser" ] ; then
+@@ -17374,7 +17487,7 @@
+
+ mkdir second-dir
+ dotest edit-check-32c "$testcvs add second-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/second-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/second-dir put under version control"
+ cd second-dir
+ echo ThirdFile >file3
+
+@@ -18770,7 +18883,7 @@
+ dotest mwrap-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest mwrap-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch aa
+ dotest mwrap-3 "${testcvs} add aa" \
+@@ -19180,7 +19293,7 @@
+ exit 0
+ else
+ echo "No BugId found."
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ exit 1
+ fi
+ EOF
+@@ -19747,7 +19860,7 @@
+ dotest taginfo-newfmt-8 "${testcvs} -q tag tag1" ""
+ mkdir sdir
+ dotest taginfo-newfmt-8b "${testcvs} -q add sdir" \
+-"Directory ${TESTDIR}/cvsroot/first-dir/sdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${TESTDIR}/cvsroot/first-dir/sdir put under version control"
+ touch sdir/file3
+ dotest taginfo-newfmt-8c "${testcvs} -q add sdir/file3" \
+ "${SPROG} add: use .${SPROG} commit. to add this file permanently"
+@@ -20043,7 +20156,7 @@
+ new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
+ $SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
+
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ echo '# noop' >> config
+ dotest config-7 "$testcvs -q ci -mlog-commit" \
+ "$CVSROOT_DIRNAME/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
+@@ -21586,7 +21699,7 @@
+ dotest logopt-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest logopt-2 "$testcvs add first-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ echo hi >file1
+ dotest logopt-3 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -21631,7 +21744,7 @@
+ dotest ann-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest ann-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ cat >file1 <<EOF
+ this
+@@ -21811,7 +21924,7 @@
+ module=x
+ mkdir $module
+ dotest ann-id-2 "${testcvs} add $module" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/$module added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/$module put under version control"
+ cd $module
+
+ file=m
+@@ -21946,9 +22059,10 @@
+ # can look up '..' and want to ask the user about the unknown host
+ # key or somesuch. Which error message we get depends on whether
+ # false finishes running before we try to talk to it or not.
++ # We don't even get to talk to it as of 1.12.13-MirOS-0AB8.2 tho.
+ dotest_fail crerepos-6a "CVS_RSH=false ${testcvs} -q -d ../crerepos get ." \
+-"${SPROG} \[checkout aborted\]: end of file from server (consult above messages if any)" \
+-"${SPROG} \[checkout aborted\]: received broken pipe signal"
++"${SPROG} checkout: Missing or bad hostname in CVSROOT\.
++${SPROG} \[checkout aborted\]: Bad CVSROOT: .\.\./crerepos.\."
+ cd ..
+ rm -r 1
+
+@@ -21972,7 +22086,7 @@
+ dotest crerepos-8 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest crerepos-9 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch file1
+ dotest crerepos-10 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -21988,7 +22102,7 @@
+ dotest crerepos-12 "$testcvs -d $CREREPOS_ROOT -q co -l ."
+ mkdir crerepos-dir
+ dotest crerepos-13 "$testcvs add crerepos-dir" \
+-"Directory $TESTDIR/crerepos/crerepos-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $TESTDIR/crerepos/crerepos-dir put under version control"
+ cd crerepos-dir
+ touch cfile
+ dotest crerepos-14 "${testcvs} add cfile" \
+@@ -22039,8 +22153,7 @@
+
+ # Save the timezone and set it to UTC for these tests to make the
+ # value more predicatable.
+- save_TZ=$TZ
+- TZ=UTC0; export TZ
++ do_save_TZ
+
+ modify_repo mkdir $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir
+
+@@ -22517,7 +22630,7 @@
+ revision 1\.4"
+
+ dokeep
+- TZ=$save_TZ
++ do_restore_TZ
+ cd ..
+ rm -r first-dir
+ modify_repo rm -rf $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir
+@@ -22707,8 +22820,7 @@
+ # revisions 1.1 and 1.1.1.1 differ by 1 second.
+
+ # Need a predictable time zone.
+- save_TZ=$TZ
+- TZ=UTC0; export TZ
++ do_save_TZ
+
+ mkdir rcs4
+ cd rcs4
+@@ -22766,7 +22878,7 @@
+ Sticky Options: (none)'
+
+ dokeep
+- TZ=$save_TZ
++ do_restore_TZ
+ cd ../..
+ rm -r rcs4
+ modify_repo rm -rf $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/rcs4-dir
+@@ -23087,11 +23199,11 @@
+ dotest backuprecover-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest backuprecover-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ mkdir dir
+ dotest backuprecover-3 "${testcvs} add dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir put under version control"
+ touch file1 dir/file2
+ dotest backuprecover-4 "${testcvs} -q add file1 dir/file2" \
+ "${SPROG} add: use \`${SPROG} commit' to add these files permanently"
+@@ -23348,7 +23460,7 @@
+ dotest sshstdio-1 "$testcvs -d $SSHSTDIO_ROOT -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest sshstdio-2 "$testcvs add first-dir" \
+- "Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir added to the repository"
++ "Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ a='aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa'
+ c='aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa'
+@@ -23497,7 +23609,7 @@
+ dotest parseroot3-9 "$testcvs -Q co -ldtop ."
+ dotest parseroot3-10 "test -d top"
+ dotest parseroot3-11 "test -d top/CVS"
+- dotest parseroot3-10 "cat top/CVS/Root" "$CVSROOT"
++ dotest parseroot3-12 "cat top/CVS/Root" "$CVSROOT"
+
+ dokeep
+ cd ..
+@@ -23526,16 +23638,17 @@
+ continue
+ fi
+
++ # times have been tweaked so leap seconds don't matter
+ cat <<EOF >$CVSROOT_DIRNAME/CVSROOT/history
+-O3395c677|anonymous|<remote>/*0|ccvs||ccvs
++O3395c684|anonymous|<remote>/*0|ccvs||ccvs
+ O3396c677|anonymous|<remote>/src|ccvs||src
+ O3397c677|kingdon|<remote>/*0|ccvs||ccvs
+ M339cafae|nk|<remote>|ccvs/src|1.229|sanity.sh
+-M339cafff|anonymous|<remote>|ccvs/src|1.23|Makefile
++M339cb00c|anonymous|<remote>|ccvs/src|1.23|Makefile
+ M339dc339|kingdon|~/work/*0|ccvs/src|1.231|sanity.sh
+ W33a6eada|anonymous|<remote>*4|ccvs/emx||Makefile.in
+ C3b235f50|kingdon|<remote>|ccvs/emx|1.3|README
+-M3b23af50|kingdon|~/work/*0|ccvs/doc|1.281|cvs.texinfo
++M3b23af62|kingdon|~/work/*0|ccvs/doc|1.281|cvs.texinfo
+ EOF
+
+ dotest history-1 "${testcvs} history -e -a" \
+@@ -23691,7 +23804,7 @@
+ dotest modes-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest modes-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch aa
+ dotest modes-3 "${testcvs} add aa" \
+@@ -23817,7 +23930,7 @@
+ dotest modes2-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest modes2-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch aa
+ dotest modes2-3 "${testcvs} add aa" \
+@@ -23864,8 +23977,8 @@
+ dotest modes3-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir second-dir
+ dotest modes3-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir second-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second-dir put under version control"
+ touch first-dir/aa second-dir/ab
+ dotest modes3-3 "${testcvs} add first-dir/aa second-dir/ab" \
+ "${SPROG} add: scheduling file .first-dir/aa. for addition
+@@ -23944,7 +24057,7 @@
+ dotest stamps-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest stamps-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch aa
+ echo '$''Id$' >kw
+@@ -24073,7 +24186,7 @@
+ dotest perms-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest perms-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ touch foo
+@@ -24115,7 +24228,7 @@
+ dotest symlinks-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest symlinks-2 "$testcvs add first-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ dotest symlinks-2.1 "ln -s $TESTDIR/fumble slink"
+@@ -24158,7 +24271,7 @@
+ dotest symlinks2-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest symlinks2-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ echo nonsymlink > slink
+ dotest symlinks2-3 "${testcvs} add slink" \
+@@ -24196,7 +24309,7 @@
+ dotest hardlinks-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest hardlinks-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ # Make up some ugly filenames, to test that they get
+@@ -24285,7 +24398,7 @@
+ dotest sticky-1 "$testcvs -q co -l ."
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest sticky-2 "$testcvs add first-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ touch file1
+@@ -24390,7 +24503,7 @@
+ dotest keyword-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest keyword-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ echo '$''Author$' > file1
+@@ -24595,7 +24708,7 @@
+ dotest keywordlog-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest keywordlog-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ echo initial >file1
+ dotest keywordlog-3 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -24852,7 +24965,7 @@
+ xx"
+
+ cd ../CVSROOT
+- echo "MaxCommentLeaderLength=1k" >>config
++ echo "MaxCommentLeaderLength=1K" >>config
+ dotest keywordlog-35 "$testcvs -Q ci -mset-MaxCommentLeaderLength"
+
+ cd ../first-dir
+@@ -24892,7 +25005,7 @@
+ dotest keywordname-init-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest keywordname-init-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ echo '$'"Name$" >file1
+@@ -25012,7 +25125,7 @@
+ dotest keyword2-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest keyword2-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ echo '$''Revision$' >> file1
+@@ -25214,7 +25327,7 @@
+ ${PLUS} modify on branch
+ ${PLUS} modify on branch after brtag"
+
+- # With a branch sticky tag, HEAD is the head of the trunk.
++ # Even with a branch sticky tag, HEAD is the head of the trunk.
+ dotest head-br1-setup "${testcvs} -q update -r br1" "[UP] file1"
+ dotest head-br1-update "${testcvs} -q update -r HEAD -p file1" \
+ "imported contents
+@@ -25222,7 +25335,26 @@
+ add a line on trunk after trunktag"
+ # But diff thinks that HEAD is "br1". Case (b) from cvs.texinfo.
+ # Probably people are relying on it.
+- dotest head-br1-diff "${testcvs} -q diff -c -r HEAD -r br1" ""
++ #dotest head-br1-diff "${testcvs} -q diff -c -r HEAD -r br1" ""
++ dotest head-br1-diffdot "${testcvs} -q diff -c -r .bhead -r br1" ""
++ # Always. Fuck people relying on it.
++ dotest_fail head-br1-diff "${testcvs} -q diff -c -r HEAD -r br1" \
++"Index: file1
++===================================================================
++RCS file: ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/file1,v
++retrieving revision 1\.3
++retrieving revision 1\.3\.2\.2
++diff -c -r1\.3 -r1\.3\.2\.2
++\*\*\* file1 ${RFCDATE} 1\.3
++--- file1 ${RFCDATE} 1\.3\.2\.2
++\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*
++\*\*\* 1,3 \*\*\*\*
++--- 1,5 ----
++ imported contents
++ add a line on trunk
++ add a line on trunk after trunktag
++${PLUS} modify on branch
++${PLUS} modify on branch after brtag"
+
+ # With a nonbranch sticky tag on a branch,
+ # HEAD is the head of the trunk
+@@ -25235,7 +25367,26 @@
+ # CVS 1.9 and older thought that HEAD is "brtag" (this was
+ # noted as "strange, maybe accidental"). But "br1" makes a
+ # whole lot more sense.
+- dotest head-brtag-diff "${testcvs} -q diff -c -r HEAD -r br1" ""
++ #dotest head-brtag-diff "${testcvs} -q diff -c -r HEAD -r br1" ""
++ dotest head-brtag-diffdot "${testcvs} -q diff -c -r .bhead -r br1" ""
++ # HEAD is always tip of the trunk.
++ dotest_fail head-brtag-diff "${testcvs} -q diff -c -r HEAD -r br1" \
++"Index: file1
++===================================================================
++RCS file: ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/file1,v
++retrieving revision 1\.3
++retrieving revision 1\.3\.2\.2
++diff -c -r1\.3 -r1\.3\.2\.2
++\*\*\* file1 ${RFCDATE} 1\.3
++--- file1 ${RFCDATE} 1\.3\.2\.2
++\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*
++\*\*\* 1,3 \*\*\*\*
++--- 1,5 ----
++ imported contents
++ add a line on trunk
++ add a line on trunk after trunktag
++${PLUS} modify on branch
++${PLUS} modify on branch after brtag"
+
+ # With a nonbranch sticky tag on the trunk, HEAD is the head
+ # of the trunk, I think.
+@@ -25319,12 +25470,11 @@
+ # for checkout and update as well.
+ #
+ mkdir 1; cd 1
+- save_TZ=$TZ
+- TZ=UTC0; export TZ
++ do_save_TZ
+ dotest tagdate-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest tagdate-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ echo trunk-1 >file1
+@@ -25784,7 +25934,7 @@
+
+ unset date_T1 date_T2 date_T3 date_T4 date_T5
+ unset date_T6 date_T7 date_T8 date_T9
+- TZ=$save_TZ
++ do_restore_TZ
+
+ dokeep
+ rm -r 1 2 3 4
+@@ -25802,7 +25952,7 @@
+ dotest multibranch2-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest multibranch2-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ echo trunk-1 >file1
+@@ -26038,7 +26188,7 @@
+ dotest admin-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest admin-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+
+ dotest_fail admin-3 "${testcvs} -q admin -i file1" \
+@@ -27002,7 +27152,7 @@
+ dotest reserved-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest reserved-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch file1
+ dotest reserved-3 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -28061,18 +28211,18 @@
+ dotest release-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest release-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ mkdir dir1
+ dotest release-3 "${testcvs} add dir1" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir1 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir1 put under version control"
+ mkdir dir2
+ dotest release-4 "${testcvs} add dir2" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir2 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir2 put under version control"
+ cd dir2
+ mkdir dir3
+ dotest release-5 "${testcvs} add dir3" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir2/dir3 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir2/dir3 put under version control"
+
+ cd ../..
+ dotest release-6 "${testcvs} release -d first-dir/dir2/dir3 first-dir/dir1" \
+@@ -28093,11 +28243,11 @@
+ cd first-dir
+ mkdir dir1
+ dotest release-10 "${testcvs} add dir1" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir1 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir1 put under version control"
+ cd dir2
+ mkdir dir3
+ dotest release-11 "${testcvs} add dir3" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir2/dir3 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir/dir2/dir3 put under version control"
+
+ cd ../..
+ dotest release-12 "${testcvs} release first-dir/dir2/dir3 first-dir/dir1" \
+@@ -28148,7 +28298,7 @@
+ cd first-dir
+ mkdir second-dir
+ dotest release-18 "$testcvs add second-dir" \
+-"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/second-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/second-dir put under version control"
+
+ cd second-dir
+ touch file1
+@@ -28756,8 +28906,34 @@
+ testcvs2="$testcvs -d '$CVSROOT2'"
+
+ dotest multiroot-setup-1 "mkdir $CVSROOT1_DIRNAME $CVSROOT2_DIRNAME"
++
+ dotest multiroot-setup-2 "$testcvs1 init"
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory to work around the fact
++ # that CVS does not track those per root (and thus warns about
++ # encountering multiple of these entries)
++ mkdir wrkarnd; cd wrkarnd
++ dotest multiroot-setup-2a "$testcvs1 -q co CVSROOT" "[UP] CVSROOT${DOTSTAR}"
++ cd CVSROOT
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
++ dotest multiroot-setup-2b "$testcvs1 -q ci -m workaround-LogHistory" "" \
++".*/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
++new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
++$SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
++ cd ../..; rm -r wrkarnd
++
+ dotest multiroot-setup-3 "$testcvs2 init"
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory (see above)
++ mkdir wrkarnd; cd wrkarnd
++ dotest multiroot-setup-3a "$testcvs2 -q co CVSROOT" "[UP] CVSROOT${DOTSTAR}"
++ cd CVSROOT
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
++ dotest multiroot-setup-3b "$testcvs2 -q ci -m workaround-LogHistory" "" \
++".*/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
++new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
++$SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
++ cd ../..; rm -r wrkarnd
+
+ #
+ # create some directories in ${CVSROOT1_DIRNAME}
+@@ -28766,8 +28942,8 @@
+ dotest multiroot-setup-4 "${testcvs1} co -l ." "${SPROG} checkout: Updating ."
+ mkdir mod1-1 mod1-2
+ dotest multiroot-setup-5 "${testcvs1} add mod1-1 mod1-2" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT1_DIRNAME}/mod1-1 added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT1_DIRNAME}/mod1-2 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT1_DIRNAME}/mod1-1 put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT1_DIRNAME}/mod1-2 put under version control"
+ echo file1-1 > mod1-1/file1-1
+ echo file1-2 > mod1-2/file1-2
+ dotest multiroot-setup-6 "${testcvs1} add mod1-1/file1-1 mod1-2/file1-2" \
+@@ -28792,8 +28968,8 @@
+ dotest multiroot-setup-8 "${testcvs2} co -l ." "${SPROG} checkout: Updating ."
+ mkdir mod2-1 mod2-2
+ dotest multiroot-setup-9 "${testcvs2} add mod2-1 mod2-2" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT2_DIRNAME}/mod2-1 added to the repository
+-Directory ${CVSROOT2_DIRNAME}/mod2-2 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT2_DIRNAME}/mod2-1 put under version control
++Directory ${CVSROOT2_DIRNAME}/mod2-2 put under version control"
+ echo file2-1 > mod2-1/file2-1
+ echo file2-2 > mod2-2/file2-2
+ dotest multiroot-setup-6 "${testcvs2} add mod2-1/file2-1 mod2-2/file2-2" \
+@@ -29861,7 +30037,29 @@
+ CVSROOT2=`newroot $CVSROOT2_DIRNAME`
+
+ dotest multiroot2-1 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT1} init" ""
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory (see above)
++ mkdir wrkarnd; cd wrkarnd
++ dotest multiroot2-1a "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT1} -q co CVSROOT" "[UP] CVSROOT${DOTSTAR}"
++ cd CVSROOT
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
++ dotest multiroot2-1b "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT1} -q ci -m workaround-LogHistory" "" \
++".*/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
++new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
++$SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
++ cd ../..; rm -r wrkarnd
+ dotest multiroot2-2 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT2} init" ""
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory (see above)
++ mkdir wrkarnd; cd wrkarnd
++ dotest multiroot2-2a "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT2} -q co CVSROOT" "[UP] CVSROOT${DOTSTAR}"
++ cd CVSROOT
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
++ dotest multiroot2-2b "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT2} -q ci -m workaround-LogHistory" "" \
++".*/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
++new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
++$SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
++ cd ../..; rm -r wrkarnd
+
+ mkdir imp-dir; cd imp-dir
+ echo file1 >file1
+@@ -30017,12 +30215,34 @@
+
+ mkdir 1; cd 1
+ dotest multiroot3-1 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT1} init" ""
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory (see above)
++ mkdir wrkarnd; cd wrkarnd
++ dotest multiroot3-1a "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT1} -q co CVSROOT" "[UP] CVSROOT${DOTSTAR}"
++ cd CVSROOT
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
++ dotest multiroot3-1b "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT1} -q ci -m workaround-LogHistory" "" \
++".*/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
++new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
++$SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
++ cd ../..; rm -r wrkarnd
+ dotest multiroot3-2 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT1} -q co -l ." ""
+ mkdir dir1
+ dotest multiroot3-3 "${testcvs} add dir1" \
+-"Directory ${TESTDIR}/root1/dir1 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${TESTDIR}/root1/dir1 put under version control"
+ dotest multiroot3-4 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT2} init" ""
+ rm -r CVS
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory (see above)
++ mkdir wrkarnd; cd wrkarnd
++ dotest multiroot3-4a "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT2} -q co CVSROOT" "[UP] CVSROOT${DOTSTAR}"
++ cd CVSROOT
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
++ dotest multiroot3-4b "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT2} -q ci -m workaround-LogHistory" "" \
++".*/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
++new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
++$SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
++ cd ../..; rm -r wrkarnd
+ dotest multiroot3-5 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT2} -q co -l ." ""
+ mkdir dir2
+
+@@ -30037,7 +30257,7 @@
+ echo "D/dir2////" >>CVS/Entries
+
+ dotest multiroot3-7 "${testcvs} add dir2" \
+-"Directory ${TESTDIR}/root2/dir2 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${TESTDIR}/root2/dir2 put under version control"
+
+ touch dir1/file1 dir2/file2
+ if $remote; then
+@@ -30143,10 +30363,21 @@
+
+ mkdir 1; cd 1
+ dotest multiroot4-1 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT1} init" ""
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory (see above)
++ mkdir wrkarnd; cd wrkarnd
++ dotest multiroot4-1a "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT1} -q co CVSROOT" "[UP] CVSROOT${DOTSTAR}"
++ cd CVSROOT
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
++ dotest multiroot4-1b "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT1} -q ci -m workaround-LogHistory" "" \
++".*/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
++new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
++$SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
++ cd ../..; rm -r wrkarnd
+ dotest multiroot4-2 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT1} -q co -l ." ""
+ mkdir dircom
+ dotest multiroot4-3 "${testcvs} add dircom" \
+-"Directory ${TESTDIR}/root1/dircom added to the repository"
++"Directory ${TESTDIR}/root1/dircom put under version control"
+ cd dircom
+ touch file1
+ dotest multiroot4-4 "${testcvs} add file1" \
+@@ -30158,10 +30389,21 @@
+ cd ../..
+ mkdir 2; cd 2
+ dotest multiroot4-6 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT2} init" ""
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory (see above)
++ mkdir wrkarnd; cd wrkarnd
++ dotest multiroot4-6a "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT2} -q co CVSROOT" "[UP] CVSROOT${DOTSTAR}"
++ cd CVSROOT
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
++ dotest multiroot4-6b "$testcvs -d ${CVSROOT2} -q ci -m workaround-LogHistory" "" \
++".*/CVSROOT/config,v <-- config
++new revision: 1\.[0-9]*; previous revision: 1\.[0-9]*
++$SPROG commit: Rebuilding administrative file database"
++ cd ../..; rm -r wrkarnd
+ dotest multiroot4-7 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT2} -q co -l ." ""
+ mkdir dircom
+ dotest multiroot4-8 "${testcvs} add dircom" \
+-"Directory ${TESTDIR}/root2/dircom added to the repository"
++"Directory ${TESTDIR}/root2/dircom put under version control"
+ cd dircom
+ touch file2
+ dotest multiroot4-9 "${testcvs} add file2" \
+@@ -30179,7 +30421,7 @@
+ # repository) and so on would also look the same.
+ mkdir sdir2
+ dotest multiroot4-11 "${testcvs} -d ${CVSROOT2} add sdir2" \
+-"Directory ${TESTDIR}/root2/dircom/sdir2 added to the repository"
++"Directory ${TESTDIR}/root2/dircom/sdir2 put under version control"
+
+ dotest multiroot4-12 "${testcvs} -q update" ""
+ cd ..
+@@ -30208,7 +30450,7 @@
+ dotest rmroot-setup-1 "${testcvs} -q co -l ." ''
+ mkdir first-dir
+ dotest rmroot-setup-2 "${testcvs} add first-dir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/first-dir put under version control"
+ cd first-dir
+ touch file1 file2
+ dotest rmroot-setup-3 "${testcvs} add file1 file2" \
+@@ -30383,7 +30625,7 @@
+ willfail: :whocares
+ EOF
+ dotest_fail pserver-3 "$servercvs pserver" \
+-"error 0 Server configuration missing --allow-root in inetd.conf" <<EOF
++"error 0 Server configuration missing --allow-root or --allow-root-regexp in inetd.conf" <<EOF
+ BEGIN AUTH REQUEST
+ $CVSROOT_DIRNAME
+ testme
+@@ -30391,6 +30633,26 @@
+ END AUTH REQUEST
+ EOF
+
++ regexp='^'`dirname ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}`'/[^/]+$'
++ dotest pserver-3b "${testcvs} --allow-root-regexp=$regexp pserver" \
++"I LOVE YOU" <<EOF
++BEGIN AUTH REQUEST
++${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}
++testme
++Ay::'d
++END AUTH REQUEST
++EOF
++
++ regexp='^'`dirname ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}`'/[^/]+$'
++ dotest_fail pserver-3c "${testcvs} --allow-root-regexp=$regexp pserver" \
++"$CPROG \\[pserver aborted\\]: ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/subdir: no such repository" <<EOF
++BEGIN AUTH REQUEST
++${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/subdir
++testme
++Ay::'d
++END AUTH REQUEST
++EOF
++
+ # Confirm that not sending a newline during auth cannot constitute
+ # a denial-of-service attack. This assumes that PATH_MAX is less
+ # than 65536 bytes. If PATH_MAX is larger than 65535 bytes, this
+@@ -30925,7 +31187,7 @@
+ EOF
+
+ dotest server-9 "${servercvs} server" \
+-"E Protocol error; misformed Notify request
++"E Protocol error; malformed Notify request
+ error " <<EOF
+ Root ${TESTDIR}/crerepos
+ Directory .
+@@ -31033,6 +31295,8 @@
+ EOF
+ echo THIS-CONFIG-OPTION-IS-BAD=XXX >$TESTDIR/newconfig
+ dotest_fail server-20 "$testcvs server -c $TESTDIR/newconfig" \
++"Usage: cvs server
++Normally invoked by a cvs client on a remote machine." \
+ "E $SPROG \[server aborted\]: Invalid path to config file specified: \`$TESTDIR/newconfig'" <<EOF
+ Root $TESTDIR/crerepos
+ Directory .
+@@ -31041,6 +31305,8 @@
+ EOF
+ dotest_fail server-21 \
+ "$testcvs server -c /etc/cvs/this-shouldnt-exist" \
++"Usage: cvs server
++Normally invoked by a cvs client on a remote machine." \
+ "E $SPROG \[server aborted\]: Failed to resolve path: \`/etc/cvs/this-shouldnt-exist': No such file or directory" <<EOF
+ Root $TESTDIR/crerepos
+ Directory .
+@@ -31101,7 +31367,7 @@
+ noop
+ EOF
+
+- dotest 2-3 "${servercvs} server" \
++ dotest server2-3 "${servercvs} server" \
+ "E protocol error: directory '${TESTDIR}' not within root '${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}'
+ error " <<EOF
+ Root ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}
+@@ -31123,6 +31389,20 @@
+ Unchanged foo/bar
+ noop
+ EOF
++
++ dotest server2-5 \
++"${servercvs} --allow-root=${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}.bad server" \
++"E Bad root ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}
++error " <<EOF
++Root ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}
++noop
++EOF
++ dotest server2-6 \
++"${servercvs} --allow-root=${CVSROOT_DIRNAME} server" \
++"ok" <<EOF
++Root ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}
++noop
++EOF
+ servercvs=$save_servercvs
+ fi
+ ;;
+@@ -31301,7 +31581,7 @@
+ #
+ # Incidentally, I can reproduce this behavior with Linux 2.4.20 and
+ # Bash 2.05 or Bash 2.05b.
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ dotest_fail client-10 "$testcvs update" \
+ "$CPROG update: Server attempted to update a file via an invalid pathname:
+ $CPROG \[update aborted\]: \`$HOME/.bashrc'\."
+@@ -31322,7 +31602,7 @@
+ echo "ok"
+ cat >/dev/null
+ EOF
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ dotest_fail client-11 "$testcvs update" \
+ "$CPROG \[update aborted\]: patch original file \./\.bashrc does not exist"
+
+@@ -31342,7 +31622,7 @@
+ echo "ok"
+ cat >/dev/null
+ EOF
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ dotest_fail client-12 "$testcvs update" \
+ "$CPROG update: Server attempted to update a file via an invalid pathname:
+ $CPROG \[update aborted\]: \`\.\./\.\./home/.bashrc'\."
+@@ -31362,7 +31642,7 @@
+ echo "ok"
+ cat >/dev/null
+ EOF
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ dotest_fail client-13 "$testcvs update" \
+ "$CPROG update: Server attempted to update a file via an invalid pathname:
+ $CPROG \[update aborted\]: \`$HOME/.bashrc'\."
+@@ -31382,7 +31662,7 @@
+ echo "ok"
+ cat >/dev/null
+ EOF
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ dotest_fail client-14 "$testcvs update" \
+ "$CPROG update: Server attempted to update a file via an invalid pathname:
+ $CPROG \[update aborted\]: \`\.\./\.\./home/.bashrc'\."
+@@ -31402,7 +31682,7 @@
+ echo "ok"
+ cat >/dev/null
+ EOF
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ dotest_fail client-15 "$testcvs update" \
+ "$CPROG update: Server attempted to update a file via an invalid pathname:
+ $CPROG \[update aborted\]: \`$HOME/.bashrc'\."
+@@ -31422,7 +31702,7 @@
+ echo "ok"
+ cat >/dev/null
+ EOF
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ dotest_fail client-16 "$testcvs update" \
+ "$CPROG update: Server attempted to update a file via an invalid pathname:
+ $CPROG \[update aborted\]: \`\.\./\.\./home/.bashrc'\."
+@@ -31446,7 +31726,7 @@
+ echo "ok"
+ cat >/dev/null
+ EOF
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ dotest_fail client-18 "$testcvs update" \
+ "$CPROG \[update aborted\]: protocol error: Copy-file tried to specify directory"
+
+@@ -31459,7 +31739,7 @@
+ # Check that the client detects redirect loops.
+ cat >$TESTDIR/serveme <<EOF
+ #!$TESTSHELL
+-echo "Valid-requests Root Valid-responses valid-requests Command-prep Referrer Repository Directory Relative-directory Max-dotdot Static-directory Sticky Entry Kopt Checkin-time Modified Is-modified UseUnchanged Unchanged Notify Hostname LocalDir Questionable Argument Argumentx Global_option Gzip-stream wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set Gssapi-authenticate expand-modules ci co update diff log rlog list rlist global-list-quiet ls add remove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag import admin export history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove watchers editors edit init annotate rannotate noop version"
++echo "Valid-requests Root Valid-responses valid-requests Command-prep Referrer Repository Directory Relative-directory Max-dotdot Static-directory Sticky Entry Kopt Checkin-time Modified Is-modified UseUnchanged Unchanged Notify Hostname LocalDir Questionable Argument Argumentx Global_option Gzip-stream wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set Gssapi-authenticate expand-modules ci co update diff log rlog list rlist global-list-quiet ls add remove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag import admin export history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove watchers editors edit init annotate rannotate noop version suck"
+ echo "ok"
+ echo "Redirect $CVSROOT"
+
+@@ -31467,7 +31747,7 @@
+ cat >/dev/null
+ EOF
+ echo newstuff >file1
+- sleep 1
++ sleep 2
+ dotest_fail client-20 "$testcvs ci" \
+ "$CPROG commit: Examining \.
+ $CPROG \[commit aborted\]: \`Redirect' loop detected\. Server misconfiguration$QUESTION"
+@@ -31709,7 +31989,7 @@
+ cd second
+ mkdir otherdir
+ dotest template-add-1 "${testcvs} add otherdir" \
+-"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second/otherdir added to the repository"
++"Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/second/otherdir put under version control"
+ if $remote; then
+ dotest template-add-2r \
+ "cmp otherdir/CVS/Template ${TESTDIR}/template/temp.def" ''
+@@ -31845,6 +32125,7 @@
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT_save=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$TESTDIR/writeproxy_cvsroot
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT=`newroot $SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME`
++ write_secondary_wrapper
+
+ # Initialize the primary repository
+ dotest writeproxy-init-1 "$testcvs -d$PRIMARY_CVSROOT init"
+@@ -31856,6 +32137,10 @@
+ ALL (cat >/dev/null; echo %R) >$TESTDIR/referrer
+ ALL $RSYNC -gopr --delete $PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME/ $SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME
+ EOF
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory to work around the fact
++ # that we see both writeproxy and primary config here
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
+ cat >>config <<EOF
+ PrimaryServer=$PRIMARY_CVSROOT
+ EOF
+@@ -31868,7 +32153,7 @@
+ save_CVS_SERVER=$CVS_SERVER
+ ln -s $PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME $TESTDIR/primary_link
+ dotest writeproxy-0 "$CVS_SERVER server" \
+-"Valid-requests Root Valid-responses valid-requests Command-prep Referrer Repository Directory Relative-directory Max-dotdot Static-directory Sticky Entry Kopt Checkin-time Modified Is-modified UseUnchanged Unchanged Notify Hostname LocalDir Questionable Argument Argumentx Global_option Gzip-stream wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set ${DOTSTAR}expand-modules ci co update diff log rlog list rlist global-list-quiet ls add remove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag import admin export history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove watchers editors edit init annotate rannotate noop version
++"Valid-requests Root Valid-responses valid-requests Command-prep Referrer Repository Directory Relative-directory Max-dotdot Static-directory Sticky Entry Kopt Checkin-time Modified Is-modified UseUnchanged Unchanged Notify Hostname LocalDir Questionable Argument Argumentx Global_option Gzip-stream wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set ${DOTSTAR}expand-modules ci co update diff log rlog list rlist global-list-quiet ls add remove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag import admin export history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove watchers editors edit init annotate rannotate noop version suck
+ ok
+ ok
+ ok" \
+@@ -32021,6 +32306,7 @@
+ PRIMARY_CVSROOT=$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_save
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME_save
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_save
++ write_secondary_wrapper
+ ;;
+
+
+@@ -32054,10 +32340,11 @@
+ PRIMARY_CVSROOT=`newroot $PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME`
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME_save=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$TESTDIR/writeproxy_cvsroot
++ write_secondary_wrapper
+
+ # Initialize the primary repository
+ dotest writeproxy-noredirect-init-1 \
+-"$testcvs -d'$PRIMARY_CVSROOT' init"
++"$testcvs -d'$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME' init"
+ mkdir writeproxy-noredirect; cd writeproxy-noredirect
+ mkdir primary; cd primary
+ dotest writeproxy-noredirect-init-2 \
+@@ -32066,6 +32353,9 @@
+ cat >>loginfo <<EOF
+ ALL $RSYNC -gopr --delete $PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME/ $SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME
+ EOF
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory (see above)
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
+ cat >>config <<EOF
+ PrimaryServer=$PRIMARY_CVSROOT
+ EOF
+@@ -32088,7 +32378,7 @@
+
+ # No need to check the PID of the last client since we are testing with
+ # Redirect disabled.
+-proot_arg="--allow-root $SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME"
++proot_arg="--allow-root ${PRIMARY_CVSROOT##*:} --allow-root $SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME"
+ exec $servercvs \$proot_arg "\$@"
+ EOF
+ cat <<EOF >$TESTDIR/writeproxy-primary-wrapper
+@@ -32152,7 +32442,7 @@
+ mv $TESTDIR/save-root $PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME
+
+ dotest writeproxy-noredirect-5 "$CVS_SERVER server" \
+-"Valid-requests Root Valid-responses valid-requests Command-prep Referrer Repository Directory Relative-directory Max-dotdot Static-directory Sticky Entry Kopt Checkin-time Modified Is-modified UseUnchanged Unchanged Notify Hostname LocalDir Questionable Argument Argumentx Global_option Gzip-stream wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set ${DOTSTAR}expand-modules ci co update diff log rlog list rlist global-list-quiet ls add remove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag import admin export history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove watchers editors edit init annotate rannotate noop version
++"Valid-requests Root Valid-responses valid-requests Command-prep Referrer Repository Directory Relative-directory Max-dotdot Static-directory Sticky Entry Kopt Checkin-time Modified Is-modified UseUnchanged Unchanged Notify Hostname LocalDir Questionable Argument Argumentx Global_option Gzip-stream wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set ${DOTSTAR}expand-modules ci co update diff log rlog list rlist global-list-quiet ls add remove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag import admin export history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove watchers editors edit init annotate rannotate noop version suck
+ ok
+ ok
+ ok
+@@ -32184,7 +32474,7 @@
+ cd firstdir
+ echo now you see me >file1
+ dotest writeproxy-noredirect-6 "$CVS_SERVER server" \
+-"Valid-requests Root Valid-responses valid-requests Command-prep Referrer Repository Directory Relative-directory Max-dotdot Static-directory Sticky Entry Kopt Checkin-time Modified Is-modified UseUnchanged Unchanged Notify Hostname LocalDir Questionable Argument Argumentx Global_option Gzip-stream wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set ${DOTSTAR}expand-modules ci co update diff log rlog list rlist global-list-quiet ls add remove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag import admin export history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove watchers editors edit init annotate rannotate noop version
++"Valid-requests Root Valid-responses valid-requests Command-prep Referrer Repository Directory Relative-directory Max-dotdot Static-directory Sticky Entry Kopt Checkin-time Modified Is-modified UseUnchanged Unchanged Notify Hostname LocalDir Questionable Argument Argumentx Global_option Gzip-stream wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set ${DOTSTAR}expand-modules ci co update diff log rlog list rlist global-list-quiet ls add remove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag import admin export history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove watchers editors edit init annotate rannotate noop version suck
+ ok
+ ok
+ ok
+@@ -32214,7 +32504,7 @@
+ echo /file1/0/dummy+timestamp// >>CVS/Entries
+
+ dotest writeproxy-noredirect-7 "$CVS_SERVER server" \
+-"Valid-requests Root Valid-responses valid-requests Command-prep Referrer Repository Directory Relative-directory Max-dotdot Static-directory Sticky Entry Kopt Checkin-time Modified Is-modified UseUnchanged Unchanged Notify Hostname LocalDir Questionable Argument Argumentx Global_option Gzip-stream wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set ${DOTSTAR}expand-modules ci co update diff log rlog list rlist global-list-quiet ls add remove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag import admin export history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove watchers editors edit init annotate rannotate noop version
++"Valid-requests Root Valid-responses valid-requests Command-prep Referrer Repository Directory Relative-directory Max-dotdot Static-directory Sticky Entry Kopt Checkin-time Modified Is-modified UseUnchanged Unchanged Notify Hostname LocalDir Questionable Argument Argumentx Global_option Gzip-stream wrapper-sendme-rcsOptions Set ${DOTSTAR}expand-modules ci co update diff log rlog list rlist global-list-quiet ls add remove update-patches gzip-file-contents status rdiff tag rtag import admin export history release watch-on watch-off watch-add watch-remove watchers editors edit init annotate rannotate noop version suck
+ ok
+ ok
+ Mode u=rw,g=rw,o=r
+@@ -32287,6 +32577,7 @@
+ PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME_save
+ PRIMARY_CVSROOT=$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_save
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME_save
++ write_secondary_wrapper
+ ;;
+
+
+@@ -32327,9 +32618,10 @@
+
+ # Set new roots.
+ PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$TESTDIR/primary_cvsroot
+- PRIMARY_CVSROOT=:ext:$host$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME
++ PRIMARY_CVSROOT=:ext:$host:$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$TESTDIR/writeproxy_cvsroot
+- SECONDARY_CVSROOT=":ext;Redirect=yes:$host$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME"
++ SECONDARY_CVSROOT=":ext;Redirect=yes:$host:$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME"
++ write_secondary_wrapper
+
+ # Initialize the primary repository
+ dotest writeproxy-ssh-init-1 "$testcvs -d$PRIMARY_CVSROOT init"
+@@ -32343,6 +32635,9 @@
+ cat >>loginfo <<EOF
+ ALL echo Referrer=%R; cat >/dev/null
+ EOF
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory (see above)
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
+ cat >>config <<EOF
+ PrimaryServer=$PRIMARY_CVSROOT
+ EOF
+@@ -32391,6 +32686,7 @@
+ PRIMARY_CVSROOT=$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_save
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME_save
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_save
++ write_secondary_wrapper
+ ;;
+
+
+@@ -32426,9 +32722,10 @@
+
+ # Set new roots.
+ PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$TESTDIR/primary_cvsroot
+- PRIMARY_CVSROOT=:ext:$host$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME
++ PRIMARY_CVSROOT=:ext:$host:$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$TESTDIR/writeproxy_cvsroot
+- SECONDARY_CVSROOT=":ext;Redirect=no:$host$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME"
++ SECONDARY_CVSROOT=":ext;Redirect=no:$host:$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME"
++ write_secondary_wrapper
+
+ # Initialize the primary repository
+ dotest writeproxy-ssh-noredirect-init-1 \
+@@ -32444,6 +32741,9 @@
+ cat >>loginfo <<EOF
+ ALL echo Referrer=%R; cat >/dev/null
+ EOF
++ # remove automatically-created LogHistory (see above)
++ sed -e '/^LogHistory/d' <config >tmpconfig
++ mv tmpconfig config
+ cat >>config <<EOF
+ PrimaryServer=$PRIMARY_CVSROOT
+ EOF
+@@ -32463,8 +32763,8 @@
+
+ # No need to check the PID of the last client since we are testing with
+ # Redirect disabled.
+-proot_arg="--allow-root=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME"
+-exec $CVS_SERVER \$proot_arg "\$@"
++proot_arg="--allow-root ${PRIMARY_CVSROOT##*:} --allow-root=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME"
++exec $CVS_SERVER_secondary_wrapper_orig \$proot_arg "\$@"
+ EOF
+ cat <<EOF >$TESTDIR/writeproxy-primary-wrapper
+ #! $TESTSHELL
+@@ -32517,6 +32817,7 @@
+ PRIMARY_CVSROOT=$PRIMARY_CVSROOT_save
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_DIRNAME_save
+ SECONDARY_CVSROOT=$SECONDARY_CVSROOT_save
++ write_secondary_wrapper
+ rm $TESTDIR/writeproxy-secondary-wrapper \
+ $TESTDIR/writeproxy-primary-wrapper
+ CVS_SERVER=$CVS_SERVER_save
+@@ -32836,7 +33137,7 @@
+ *-> walklist ( list=${PFMT}, proc=${PFMT}, closure=${PFMT} )
+ *-> walklist ( list=${PFMT}, proc=${PFMT}, closure=${PFMT} )
+ *-> walklist ( list=${PFMT}, proc=${PFMT}, closure=${PFMT} )
+-Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/trace/subdir added to the repository" \
++Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/trace/subdir put under version control" \
+ "
+ *callerdat=${PFMT}, argc=1, argv=${PFMT},
+ *direntproc=${PFMT}, dirleavproc=${PFMT},
+@@ -32868,7 +33169,7 @@
+ *-> walklist ( list=${PFMT}, proc=${PFMT}, closure=${PFMT} )
+ *-> walklist ( list=${PFMT}, proc=${PFMT}, closure=${PFMT} )
+ *-> walklist ( list=${PFMT}, proc=${PFMT}, closure=${PFMT} )
+-${DOTSTAR}Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/trace/subdir added to the repository
++${DOTSTAR}Directory ${CVSROOT_DIRNAME}/trace/subdir put under version control
+ S -> CVS_SERVER_SLEEP not set\.
+ S -> Lock_Cleanup()
+ S -> Lock_Cleanup()
+@@ -35508,6 +35809,35 @@
+
+
+
++ suck)
++ modify_repo mkdir $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir
++ dotest suck-init-1 "$testcvs -Q co first-dir"
++
++ cd first-dir
++ ${AWK} 'BEGIN { for (i = 64; i < 96; i++) printf "%02x %c\n", i-64, i }' \
++ </dev/null | ${TR} '@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\\]^_' \
++ '\000\001\002\003\004\005\006\007\010\011\012\013\014\015\016\017\020\021\022\023\024\025\026\027\030\031\032\033\034\035\036\037' \
++ | ${TR} 'abcdef' 'ABCDEF' >alloctet.dat
++ ${AWK} 'BEGIN { for (i = 32; i < 256; i++) printf "%02X %c\n", i, i }' \
++ </dev/null >>alloctet.dat
++
++ dotest suck-1 "$testcvs -Q add alloctet.dat"
++ dotest suck-2 "$testcvs -Q ci -m added"
++
++ cd ..
++
++ dotest suck-3 "$testcvs -Q suck first-dir/alloctet.dat >commavs"
++ echo "first-dir/alloctet.dat,v" >commavl
++ cat $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir/alloctet.dat,v >>commavl
++ dotest suck-eq "diff commavs commavl"
++
++ dokeep
++ rm -r first-dir commavs commavl
++ modify_repo rm -rf $CVSROOT_DIRNAME/first-dir
++ ;;
++
++
++
+ *)
+ echo $what is not the name of a test -- ignored
+ ;;
+@@ -35545,7 +35875,7 @@
+ if cmp $file $TESTDIR/`basename $file`-clean >/dev/null 2>&1; then
+ :;
+ else
+- echo "\`$file' and \`$TESTDIR/`basename $file`-clean' differ." \
++ echo "'$file' and '$TESTDIR/`basename $file`-clean' differ." \
+ >>$LOGFILE
+ problem=:
+ fi
+@@ -35599,7 +35929,7 @@
+ extendedinfo="$extendedinfo)"
+ fi
+
+-echo "OK, all $passed tests passed$extendedinfo."
++echo "OK, all $passed tests passed$extendedinfo." | tee -a $LOGFILE
+
+ # TODO:
+ # * Test `cvs update -d foo' (where foo does not exist).
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/server.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/server.c
+@@ -1,12 +1,17 @@
+-/* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+- it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+- the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
+- any later version.
+-
+- This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+- but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+- MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+- GNU General Public License for more details. */
++/*
++ * Copyright © 2017 mirabilos <m@mirbsd.org>
++ * Copyright (C) 1986-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
++ *
++ * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++ * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
++ * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
++ * any later version.
++ *
++ * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
++ * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
++ * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
++ * GNU General Public License for more details.
++ */
+
+ #include "cvs.h"
+
+@@ -80,6 +85,13 @@
+ /* for select */
+ # include "xselect.h"
+
++/* for TCP_NODELAY */
++# include <netinet/tcp.h>
++
++# ifndef S_ISSOCK
++# define S_ISSOCK(m) (((m) & S_IFMT) == S_IFSOCK)
++# endif
++
+ # ifndef O_NONBLOCK
+ # define O_NONBLOCK O_NDELAY
+ # endif
+@@ -539,8 +551,8 @@
+
+
+
+-static int
+-supported_response (char *name)
++int
++supported_response (const char *name)
+ {
+ struct response *rs;
+
+@@ -677,6 +689,9 @@
+ */
+ static pid_t command_pid;
+
++static void outbuf_memory_error (struct buffer *)
++ __attribute__((__noreturn__));
++
+ static void
+ outbuf_memory_error (struct buffer *buf)
+ {
+@@ -700,6 +715,8 @@
+ }
+
+
++static void input_memory_error (struct buffer *)
++ __attribute__((__noreturn__));
+
+ static void
+ input_memory_error (struct buffer *buf)
+@@ -823,6 +840,14 @@
+ }
+ # endif
+
++ if (root_allow_used() && !root_allow_ok(arg))
++ {
++ if (alloc_pending (80 + strlen (arg)))
++ sprintf (pending_error_text,
++ "E Bad root %s", arg);
++ return;
++ }
++
+ /* For pserver, this will already have happened, and the call will do
+ nothing. But for rsh, we need to do it now. */
+ config = get_root_allow_config (current_parsed_root->directory,
+@@ -2350,6 +2375,7 @@
+ bool *pre = closure;
+
+ /* %c = cvs_cmd_name
++ * %I = commit ID
+ * %p = shortrepos
+ * %r = repository
+ */
+@@ -2367,6 +2393,7 @@
+ # endif /* SUPPORT_OLD_INFO_FMT_STRINGS */
+ filter,
+ "c", "s", cvs_cmd_name,
++ "I", "s", global_session_id,
+ "R", "s", referrer ? referrer->original : "NONE",
+ "p", "s", ".",
+ "r", "s", current_parsed_root->directory,
+@@ -2870,7 +2897,7 @@
+ pending_error = 0;
+ if (alloc_pending (80))
+ strcpy (pending_error_text,
+- "E Protocol error; misformed Notify request");
++ "E Protocol error; malformed Notify request");
+ if (data != NULL)
+ free (data);
+ if (new != NULL)
+@@ -3519,7 +3546,7 @@
+ * Therefore, we wish to avoid reprocessing the command since that would
+ * cause endless recursion.
+ */
+- if (isProxyServer())
++ if ((command != version || current_parsed_root) && isProxyServer())
+ {
+ # ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
+ if (reprocessing)
+@@ -3716,7 +3743,7 @@
+ * Set this in .bashrc if you want to give yourself time to attach
+ * to the subprocess with a debugger.
+ */
+- if (getenv ("CVS_SERVER_SLEEP"))
++ if (getenv("CVS_SERVER_SLEEP") && *getenv("CVS_SERVER_SLEEP"))
+ {
+ int secs = atoi (getenv ("CVS_SERVER_SLEEP"));
+ TRACE (TRACE_DATA, "Sleeping CVS_SERVER_SLEEP (%d) seconds", secs);
+@@ -3922,7 +3949,11 @@
+ {
+ FD_SET (stderr_pipe[0], &readfds);
+ }
+- if (protocol_pipe[0] >= 0)
++ if (protocol_pipe[0] >= 0
++#ifdef SERVER_FLOWCONTROL
++ && !have_flowcontrolled
++#endif
++ )
+ {
+ FD_SET (protocol_pipe[0], &readfds);
+ }
+@@ -4621,6 +4652,14 @@
+
+
+ static void
++serve_suck (char *arg)
++{
++ do_cvs_command ("suck", suck);
++}
++
++
++
++static void
+ serve_add (char *arg)
+ {
+ do_cvs_command ("add", add);
+@@ -5237,6 +5276,7 @@
+ {
+ free (vers->ts_user);
+ vers->ts_user = NULL;
++ vers->ts_user_ists = 0;
+ }
+ }
+ else if (scratched_file == NULL && entries_line == NULL)
+@@ -5856,7 +5896,7 @@
+ /*
+ * Parts of this table are shared with the client code,
+ * but the client doesn't need to know about the handler
+- * functions.
++ * functions. It likes to write to the flags field, though.
+ */
+
+ struct request requests[] =
+@@ -5962,6 +6002,7 @@
+ REQ_LINE("rannotate", serve_rannotate, 0),
+ REQ_LINE("noop", serve_noop, RQ_ROOTLESS),
+ REQ_LINE("version", serve_version, RQ_ROOTLESS),
++ REQ_LINE("suck", serve_suck, 0),
+ REQ_LINE(NULL, NULL, 0)
+
+ #undef REQ_LINE
+@@ -6271,8 +6312,12 @@
+
+ static const char *const server_usage[] =
+ {
++#ifdef ALLOW_CONFIG_OVERRIDE
+ "Usage: %s %s [-c config-file]\n",
+ "\t-c config-file\tPath to an alternative CVS config file.\n",
++#else
++ "Usage: %s %s\n",
++#endif
+ "Normally invoked by a cvs client on a remote machine.\n",
+ NULL
+ };
+@@ -6289,8 +6334,8 @@
+ {
+ switch (c)
+ {
+-#ifdef ALLOW_CONFIG_OVERRIDE
+ case 'c':
++#ifdef ALLOW_CONFIG_OVERRIDE
+ if (gConfigPath) free (gConfigPath);
+ gConfigPath = xstrdup (optarg);
+ break;
+@@ -6319,7 +6364,7 @@
+ * Set this in .bashrc if you want to give yourself time to attach
+ * to the subprocess with a debugger.
+ */
+- if (getenv ("CVS_PARENT_SERVER_SLEEP"))
++ if (getenv("CVS_PARENT_SERVER_SLEEP") && *getenv("CVS_PARENT_SERVER_SLEEP"))
+ {
+ int secs = atoi (getenv ("CVS_PARENT_SERVER_SLEEP"));
+ TRACE (TRACE_DATA, "Sleeping CVS_PARENT_SERVER_SLEEP (%d) seconds",
+@@ -6671,6 +6716,22 @@
+
+ extern char *crypt (const char *, const char *);
+
++char *crypt_trad(const char *, const char *);
++
++char *
++crypt_trad(const char *key, const char *setting)
++{
++ char *rv;
++ static char buf[2];
++
++ if ((rv = crypt(key, setting)) == NULL) {
++ buf[0] = setting && (*setting == 'x') ? '*' : 'x';
++ buf[1] = '\0';
++ rv = buf;
++ }
++
++ return (rv);
++}
+
+ /*
+ * 0 means no entry found for this user.
+@@ -6799,7 +6860,7 @@
+
+ /* Verify blank passwords directly, otherwise use crypt(). */
+ if ((found_password == NULL)
+- || ((strcmp (found_password, crypt (password, found_password))
++ || ((strcmp (found_password, crypt_trad (password, found_password))
+ == 0)))
+ {
+ /* Give host_user_ptr permanent storage. */
+@@ -6811,7 +6872,7 @@
+ #ifdef LOG_AUTHPRIV
+ syslog (LOG_AUTHPRIV | LOG_NOTICE,
+ "password mismatch for %s in %s: %s vs. %s", username,
+- repository, crypt(password, found_password), found_password);
++ repository, crypt_trad(password, found_password), found_password);
+ #endif
+ *host_user_ptr = NULL;
+ retval = 2;
+@@ -6887,7 +6948,7 @@
+ static int
+ check_pam_password (char **username, char *password)
+ {
+- int retval, err;
++ int retval;
+ struct pam_conv conv = { cvs_pam_conv, 0 };
+ char *pam_stage = "start";
+
+@@ -6930,7 +6991,7 @@
+
+ return retval == PAM_SUCCESS; /* indicate success */
+ }
+-#endif
++#else /* !HAVE_PAM */
+
+ static int
+ check_system_password (char *username, char *password)
+@@ -6976,14 +7037,14 @@
+ if (*found_passwd)
+ {
+ /* user exists and has a password */
+- if (strcmp (found_passwd, crypt (password, found_passwd)) == 0)
++ if (strcmp (found_passwd, crypt_trad (password, found_passwd)) == 0)
+ return 1;
+ else
+ {
+ #ifdef LOG_AUTHPRIV
+ syslog (LOG_AUTHPRIV | LOG_NOTICE,
+ "password mismatch for %s: %s vs. %s", username,
+- crypt(password, found_passwd), found_passwd);
++ crypt_trad(password, found_passwd), found_passwd);
+ #endif
+ return 0;
+ }
+@@ -6996,6 +7057,7 @@
+ #endif
+ return 1;
+ }
++#endif /* !HAVE_PAM */
+
+
+
+@@ -7164,8 +7226,10 @@
+ if the client dies while we are waiting for input. */
+ {
+ int on = 1;
++ struct stat sb;
+
+- if (setsockopt (STDIN_FILENO, SOL_SOCKET, SO_KEEPALIVE,
++ if (fstat (STDIN_FILENO, &sb) == 0 && S_ISSOCK(sb.st_mode) &&
++ setsockopt (STDIN_FILENO, SOL_SOCKET, SO_KEEPALIVE,
+ &on, sizeof on) < 0)
+ {
+ # ifdef HAVE_SYSLOG_H
+@@ -7175,6 +7239,23 @@
+ }
+ #endif
+
++#ifdef TCP_NODELAY
++ /* Avoid latency due to Nagle algorithm. */
++ {
++ int on = 1;
++ struct stat sb;
++
++ if (fstat (STDOUT_FILENO, &sb) == 0 && S_ISSOCK(sb.st_mode) &&
++ setsockopt (STDOUT_FILENO, IPPROTO_TCP, TCP_NODELAY,
++ &on, sizeof on) < 0)
++ {
++# ifdef HAVE_SYSLOG_H
++ syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_ERR, "error setting TCP_NODELAY: %m");
++# endif /* HAVE_SYSLOG_H */
++ }
++ }
++#endif
++
+ /* Make sure the protocol starts off on the right foot... */
+ pserver_read_line (&tmp, NULL);
+
+@@ -7317,8 +7398,10 @@
+ if the client dies while we are waiting for input. */
+ {
+ int on = 1;
++ struct stat sb;
+
+- if (setsockopt (STDIN_FILENO, SOL_SOCKET, SO_KEEPALIVE,
++ if (fstat (STDIN_FILENO, &sb) == 0 && S_ISSOCK(sb.st_mode) &&
++ setsockopt (STDIN_FILENO, SOL_SOCKET, SO_KEEPALIVE,
+ (char *) &on, sizeof on) < 0)
+ {
+ # ifdef HAVE_SYSLOG_H
+@@ -7328,6 +7411,23 @@
+ }
+ #endif
+
++#ifdef TCP_NODELAY
++ /* Avoid latency due to Nagle algorithm. */
++ {
++ int on = 1;
++ struct stat sb;
++
++ if (fstat (STDOUT_FILENO, &sb) == 0 && S_ISSOCK(sb.st_mode) &&
++ setsockopt (STDOUT_FILENO, IPPROTO_TCP, TCP_NODELAY,
++ (char *) &on, sizeof on) < 0)
++ {
++# ifdef HAVE_SYSLOG_H
++ syslog (LOG_DAEMON | LOG_ERR, "error setting TCP_NODELAY: %m");
++# endif /* HAVE_SYSLOG_H */
++ }
++ }
++#endif
++
+ status = krb_recvauth (KOPT_DO_MUTUAL, STDIN_FILENO, &ticket, "rcmd",
+ instance, &peer, &laddr, &auth, "", sched,
+ version);
+@@ -7611,6 +7711,12 @@
+ void
+ cvs_output (const char *str, size_t len)
+ {
++ cvs_output_ex (str, len, 'M');
++}
++
++void
++cvs_output_ex (const char *str, size_t len, int buftag)
++{
+ if (len == 0)
+ len = strlen (str);
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+@@ -7619,7 +7725,7 @@
+ if (buf_to_net)
+ {
+ buf_output (saved_output, str, len);
+- buf_copy_lines (buf_to_net, saved_output, 'M');
++ buf_copy_lines (buf_to_net, saved_output, buftag);
+ }
+ # if HAVE_SYSLOG_H
+ else
+@@ -7634,7 +7740,7 @@
+ if (protocol)
+ {
+ buf_output (saved_output, str, len);
+- buf_copy_lines (protocol, saved_output, 'M');
++ buf_copy_lines (protocol, saved_output, buftag);
+ buf_send_counted (protocol);
+ }
+ # if HAVE_SYSLOG_H
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/server.h
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/server.h
+@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
++/* $MirOS: src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/src/server.h,v 1.2 2017/11/18 23:04:57 tg Exp $ */
++
+ /*
+ * Copyright (C) 1986-2005 The Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ *
+@@ -161,7 +163,7 @@
+ struct request
+ {
+ /* Name of the request. */
+- char *name;
++ const char *name;
+
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ /*
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/status.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/status.c
+@@ -213,8 +213,11 @@
+ cvs_output (" Working revision:\t", 0);
+ cvs_output (vers->vn_user, 0);
+
+- /* Only add the UTC timezone if there is a time to use. */
+- if (!server_active && strlen (vers->ts_rcs) > 0)
++ /* Only add the UTC timezone if there is a time to use.
++ * ts_rcs sometimes contains only "=" character so we check len > 1 */
++ if (!server_active && strlen (vers->ts_rcs) > 1 &&
++ /* prevent an ugly error message */
++ strcmp(vers->ts_rcs, "Result of merge") != 0)
+ {
+ /* Convert from the asctime() format to ISO 8601 */
+ char *buf;
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/subr.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/subr.c
+@@ -315,8 +315,12 @@
+ char *name;
+
+ /* super-user; try getlogin() to distinguish */
+- if (((name = getlogin ()) || (name = getenv("LOGNAME")) ||
+- (name = getenv("USER"))) && *name)
++ name = getlogin();
++ if (!name || !*name)
++ name = getenv("LOGNAME");
++ if (!name || !*name)
++ name = getenv("USER");
++ if (name && *name)
+ {
+ cache = xstrdup (name);
+ return cache;
+@@ -807,6 +811,8 @@
+ long s;
+ long us;
+
++ if (time (&t) > desttime) return;
++
+ while (time (&t) <= desttime)
+ {
+ #ifdef HAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY
+@@ -835,6 +841,14 @@
+ (void)nanosleep (&ts, NULL);
+ }
+ }
++
++ /* sleep another 20 ms (2 HZ) to avoid races */
++ {
++ struct timespec ts;
++ ts.tv_sec = 0;
++ ts.tv_nsec = 20 * 1000 * 1000;
++ (void)nanosleep (&ts, NULL);
++ }
+ }
+
+
+@@ -1285,7 +1299,7 @@
+ dellist(&pflist);
+ free(b);
+ error (1, 0,
+-"internal error: unknown integer arg size (%d)",
++"internal error: unknown integer arg size (%zd)",
+ length);
+ break;
+ }
+@@ -1328,7 +1342,7 @@
+ dellist(&pflist);
+ free(b);
+ error (1, 0,
+-"internal error: unknown floating point arg size (%d)",
++"internal error: unknown floating point arg size (%zd)",
+ length);
+ break;
+ }
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/suck.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/suck.c
+@@ -0,0 +1,140 @@
++/*-
++ * Copyright (c) 2011
++ * Thorsten Glaser <tg@mirbsd.org>
++ *
++ * Provided that these terms and disclaimer and all copyright notices
++ * are retained or reproduced in an accompanying document, permission
++ * is granted to deal in this work without restriction, including un-
++ * limited rights to use, publicly perform, distribute, sell, modify,
++ * merge, give away, or sublicence.
++ *
++ * This work is provided "AS IS" and WITHOUT WARRANTY of any kind, to
++ * the utmost extent permitted by applicable law, neither express nor
++ * implied; without malicious intent or gross negligence. In no event
++ * may a licensor, author or contributor be held liable for indirect,
++ * direct, other damage, loss, or other issues arising in any way out
++ * of dealing in the work, even if advised of the possibility of such
++ * damage or existence of a defect, except proven that it results out
++ * of said person's immediate fault when using the work as intended.
++ *-
++ * Download a ,v file from the repository
++ */
++
++#include "cvs.h"
++
++#ifdef HAVE_MMAP
++#include <sys/mman.h>
++
++#ifndef MAP_FILE
++#define MAP_FILE 0
++#endif
++
++#ifndef MAP_FAILED
++#define MAP_FAILED ((void *)-1)
++#endif
++#endif
++
++static const char * const suck_usage[] = {
++ "Usage: %s %s module/filename\n",
++ NULL
++};
++
++int
++suck(int argc, char *argv[])
++{
++ size_t m, n;
++ int fd;
++ char *buf, *cp, *fn;
++ struct stat sb;
++ FILE *fp;
++ RCSNode *rcs;
++
++ if (argc != 2)
++ usage(suck_usage);
++
++#ifdef CLIENT_SUPPORT
++ if (current_parsed_root->isremote) {
++ start_server();
++
++ if (!supported_request("suck"))
++ error(1, 0, "server does not support %s", "suck");
++
++ send_arg(argv[1]);
++ send_to_server("suck\012", 0);
++
++ return (get_responses_and_close());
++ }
++#endif
++
++ /* check for ../ attack */
++ if (pathname_levels(argv[1]) > 0)
++ error(1, 0, "path %s outside of repository", argv[1]);
++
++ /* repo + / + module/file */
++ cp = Xasprintf("%s/%s", current_parsed_root->directory, argv[1]);
++
++ /* find the slash */
++ if ((fn = cp + (last_component(cp) - cp)) == cp)
++ usage(suck_usage);
++
++ /* repo/module + file */
++ fn[-1] = '\0';
++
++ /* check if it's a valid RCS file, not /etc/passwd or somesuch */
++ if ((rcs = RCS_parse(fn, cp)) == NULL) {
++ error(1, 0, "not a valid RCS file: %s/%s", cp, fn);
++ return (1);
++ }
++
++ /* save the real pathname of the RCS file for later */
++ fn = xstrdup(rcs->path);
++
++ /* free up resources allocated until now */
++ freercsnode(&rcs);
++ free(cp);
++
++ /* attempt to open the file ourselves */
++ if ((fp = CVS_FOPEN(fn, FOPEN_BINARY_READ)) == NULL)
++ error(1, errno, "Could not open RCS archive %s", fn);
++ if (fstat(fd = fileno(fp), &sb) < 0)
++ error(1, errno, "Could not stat RCS archive %s", fn);
++
++ /*XXX this code will fail for large files */
++
++ /* attempt to slurp entire file into memory */
++#ifdef HAVE_MMAP
++ buf = mmap(NULL, sb.st_size, PROT_READ, MAP_PRIVATE, fd, 0);
++ if (buf == NULL || buf == MAP_FAILED) {
++ error(0, errno, "Could not map memory to RCS archive %s", fn);
++#endif
++ /* backup: just read */
++ cp = buf = xmalloc(n = sb.st_size);
++ while (n) {
++ m = read(fd, cp, n);
++ if (m == (size_t)-1)
++ error(1, errno,
++ "Could not read RCS archive %s", fn);
++ cp += m;
++ n -= m;
++ }
++#ifdef HAVE_MMAP
++ }
++#endif
++
++ /* write real pathname plus newline as text */
++ cvs_output(fn + strlen(current_parsed_root->directory) + 1, 0);
++ cvs_output("\n", 1);
++
++ /* write file content as binary */
++ cvs_output_binary(buf, sb.st_size);
++
++ /* release all resources allocated */
++#ifdef HAVE_MMAP
++ munmap(buf, sb.st_size);
++#endif
++ fclose(fp);
++ free(fn);
++
++ /* success */
++ return (0);
++}
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/tag.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/tag.c
+@@ -310,6 +310,7 @@
+ * %b = branch mode = "?" (delete ops - unknown) | "T" (branch)
+ * | "N" (not branch)
+ * %c = cvs_cmd_name
++ * %I = commit ID
+ * %p = path from $CVSROOT
+ * %r = path from root
+ * %{sVv} = attribute list = file name, old version tag will be deleted
+@@ -333,6 +334,7 @@
+ "b", "c", delete_flag
+ ? '?' : branch_mode ? 'T' : 'N',
+ "c", "s", cvs_cmd_name,
++ "I", "s", global_session_id,
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ "R", "s", referrer ? referrer->original : "NONE",
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+@@ -747,6 +749,7 @@
+ * %b = branch mode = "?" (delete ops - unknown) | "T" (branch)
+ * | "N" (not branch)
+ * %c = cvs_cmd_name
++ * %I = commit ID
+ * %p = path from $CVSROOT
+ * %r = path from root
+ * %{sVv} = attribute list = file name, old version tag will be deleted
+@@ -770,6 +773,7 @@
+ "b", "c", delete_flag
+ ? '?' : branch_mode ? 'T' : 'N',
+ "c", "s", cvs_cmd_name,
++ "I", "s", global_session_id,
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ "R", "s", referrer ? referrer->original : "NONE",
+ #endif /* SERVER_SUPPORT */
+@@ -1235,14 +1239,14 @@
+ else if (strcmp (version, "0") == 0)
+ {
+ if (!quiet)
+- error (0, 0, "couldn't tag added but un-commited file `%s'",
++ error (0, 0, "couldn't tag added but un-committed file `%s'",
+ finfo->file);
+ goto free_vars_and_return;
+ }
+ else if (version[0] == '-')
+ {
+ if (!quiet)
+- error (0, 0, "skipping removed but un-commited file `%s'",
++ error (0, 0, "skipping removed but un-committed file `%s'",
+ finfo->file);
+ goto free_vars_and_return;
+ }
+@@ -1450,6 +1454,7 @@
+ * 2. If IDB is non-NULL and val-tags cannot be opened for write.
+ * This allows callers to ignore the harmless inability to
+ * update the val-tags cache.
++ * 3. If CVSREADONLYFS is set (same as #2 above).
+ * false If the file could be opened and the tag is not present.
+ */
+ static int is_in_val_tags (DBM **idb, const char *name)
+@@ -1459,6 +1464,10 @@
+ datum mytag;
+ int status;
+
++ /* do nothing if we know we fail anyway */
++ if (readonlyfs)
++ return 1;
++
+ /* Casting out const should be safe here - input datums are not
+ * written to by the myndbm functions.
+ */
+@@ -1580,7 +1589,7 @@
+ * we are already there, or "" if we should do a W_LOCAL recursion.
+ * Sorry for three cases, but the "" case is needed in case the
+ * working directories come from diverse parts of the repository, the
+- * NULL case avoids an unneccesary chdir, and the non-NULL, non-""
++ * NULL case avoids an unnecessary chdir, and the non-NULL, non-""
+ * case is needed for checkout, where we don't want to chdir if the
+ * tag is found in CVSROOTADM_VALTAGS, but there is not (yet) any
+ * local directory.
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/update.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/update.c
+@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
+ static int patch_file (struct file_info *finfo,
+ Vers_TS *vers_ts,
+ int *docheckout, struct stat *file_info,
+- unsigned char *checksum);
++ md5_uint32 *checksum);
+ static void patch_file_write (void *, const char *, size_t);
+ #endif
+ static int merge_file (struct file_info *finfo, Vers_TS *vers);
+@@ -723,7 +723,7 @@
+ {
+ int docheckout;
+ struct stat file_info;
+- unsigned char checksum[16];
++ md5_uint32 checksum[4];
+
+ retval = patch_file (finfo,
+ vers, &docheckout,
+@@ -735,7 +735,8 @@
+ (rcs_diff_patches
+ ? SERVER_RCS_DIFF
+ : SERVER_PATCHED),
+- file_info.st_mode, checksum,
++ file_info.st_mode,
++ (void *)checksum,
+ NULL);
+ break;
+ }
+@@ -1181,6 +1182,7 @@
+ {
+ free (vers->ts_user);
+ vers->ts_user = NULL;
++ vers->ts_user_ists = 0;
+ }
+ }
+ return 0;
+@@ -1197,7 +1199,7 @@
+ {
+ char *backup;
+ int set_time, retval = 0;
+- int status;
++ int status = 0;
+ int file_is_dead;
+ struct buffer *revbuf;
+
+@@ -1366,6 +1368,7 @@
+
+ if (xvers_ts->ts_user != NULL)
+ free (xvers_ts->ts_user);
++ xvers_ts->ts_user_ists = 0; /*XXX really? */
+ xvers_ts->ts_user = xstrdup (xvers_ts->ts_rcs);
+ }
+
+@@ -1511,7 +1514,7 @@
+ */
+ static int
+ patch_file (struct file_info *finfo, Vers_TS *vers_ts, int *docheckout,
+- struct stat *file_info, unsigned char *checksum)
++ struct stat *file_info, md5_uint32 *checksum)
+ {
+ char *backup;
+ char *file1;
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/vers_ts.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/vers_ts.c
+@@ -268,7 +268,10 @@
+ time_stamp_server (finfo->file, vers_ts, entdata);
+ else
+ #endif
++ {
+ vers_ts->ts_user = time_stamp (finfo->file);
++ vers_ts->ts_user_ists = 1;
++ }
+ }
+
+ return (vers_ts);
+@@ -339,6 +342,7 @@
+ {
+ struct tm *tm_p;
+
++ vers_ts->ts_user_ists = 1;
+ vers_ts->ts_user = xmalloc (25);
+ /* We want to use the same timestamp format as is stored in the
+ st_mtime. For unix (and NT I think) this *must* be universal
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/version.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/version.c
+@@ -16,6 +16,7 @@
+
+ #include "cvs.h"
+
++static const
+ #ifdef CLIENT_SUPPORT
+ #ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
+ char *config_string = " (client/server)\n";
+@@ -81,4 +82,3 @@
+ #endif
+ return err;
+ }
+-
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/watch.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/watch.c
+@@ -459,7 +459,7 @@
+ cvs_output (p++, 1);
+ if (*p == '\0')
+ {
+- /* Only happens if attribute is misformed. */
++ /* Only happens if attribute is malformed. */
+ cvs_output ("\n", 1);
+ break;
+ }
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/wrapper.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/wrapper.c
+@@ -86,7 +86,7 @@
+ move this to a per-connection data structure, or better yet
+ think about a cleaner solution. */
+ static int wrap_setup_already_done = 0;
+- char *homedir;
++ char *homedir = NULL;
+
+ if (wrap_setup_already_done != 0)
+ return;
+@@ -107,6 +107,11 @@
+ free (file);
+ }
+
++#ifdef SERVER_SUPPORT
++ if (!server_active)
++#endif
++ {
++
+ /* Then add entries found in home dir, (if user has one) and file
+ exists. */
+ homedir = get_homedir ();
+@@ -115,6 +120,8 @@
+ hand it might be obnoxious to complain when CVS will function
+ just fine without .cvswrappers (and many users won't even know what
+ .cvswrappers is). */
++ }
++
+ if (homedir != NULL)
+ {
+ char *file = strcat_filename_onto_homedir (homedir, CVSDOTWRAPPER);
+@@ -339,11 +346,19 @@
+ if (!line || line[0] == '#')
+ return;
+
++ /* Allows user to declare all wrappers null and void */
++ if (line[0] == '!') {
++ wrap_kill ();
++ return;
++ }
++
+ memset (&e, 0, sizeof(e));
+
+ /* Search for the wild card */
+ while (*line && isspace ((unsigned char) *line))
+ ++line;
++ if (!*line)
++ return;
+ for (temp = line;
+ *line && !isspace ((unsigned char) *line);
+ ++line)
+--- cvs-1.12.13+real.orig/src/zlib.c
++++ cvs-1.12.13+real/src/zlib.c
+@@ -229,7 +229,7 @@
+ would fetch all the available bytes, and at least one byte. */
+
+ status = (*cb->buf->input) (cb->buf->closure, bd->text,
+- need, BUFFER_DATA_SIZE, &nread);
++ need ? 1 : 0, BUFFER_DATA_SIZE, &nread);
+
+ if (status == -2)
+ /* Don't try to recover from memory allcoation errors. */
diff --git a/main/cvs/getcwd.patch b/main/cvs/getcwd.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..42486176bc
--- /dev/null
+++ b/main/cvs/getcwd.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,21 @@
+Otherwise the checkout on our bamboo-agents fail due to:
+"cvs [init aborted]: cannot get working directory: No such file or directory"
+
+This is caused by CVS using its bundled getcwd instead of the musl one.
+
+--- old/lib/xgetcwd.c
++++ new/lib/xgetcwd.c
+@@ -21,12 +21,12 @@
+ #ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
+ # include <config.h>
+ #endif
++#include <unistd.h>
+
+ #include "xgetcwd.h"
+
+ #include <errno.h>
+
+-#include "getcwd.h"
+ #include "xalloc.h"
+
+ /* Return the current directory, newly allocated.
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-install-sh.patch b/main/cvs/install-sh.patch
index 825c0ee6f1..d4b46ffa2e 100644
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-install-sh.patch
+++ b/main/cvs/install-sh.patch
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
diff -ur a/build-aux/install-sh b/build-aux/install-sh
--- a/build-aux/install-sh 2006-03-25 20:04:46 +0000
+++ b/build-aux/install-sh 2007-09-14 10:53:29 +0100
-@@ -246,7 +246,7 @@
+@@ -247,7 +247,7 @@
fi
if test -n "$dir_arg"; then
diff --git a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-mktime-configure.patch b/main/cvs/mktime-configure.patch
index 03d7f35601..becb6fb9d8 100644
--- a/main/cvs/cvs-1.12.12-mktime-configure.patch
+++ b/main/cvs/mktime-configure.patch
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ update mktime check to latest autoconf version which is less buggy
--- a/configure
+++ b/configure
-@@ -5299,26 +6059,25 @@
+@@ -13496,26 +14256,25 @@
cat >>conftest.$ac_ext <<_ACEOF
/* end confdefs.h. */
/* Test program from Paul Eggert and Tony Leneis. */
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ update mktime check to latest autoconf version which is less buggy
# define alarm(X) /* empty */
#endif
-@@ -5335,9 +6094,9 @@
+@@ -13531,9 +14291,9 @@
};
#define N_STRINGS (sizeof (tz_strings) / sizeof (tz_strings[0]))
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ update mktime check to latest autoconf version which is less buggy
spring_forward_gap ()
{
/* glibc (up to about 1998-10-07) failed this test. */
-@@ -5356,29 +6115,27 @@
+@@ -13552,29 +14312,27 @@
tm.tm_min = 0;
tm.tm_sec = 0;
tm.tm_isdst = -1;
@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ update mktime check to latest autoconf version which is less buggy
irix_6_4_bug ()
{
/* Based on code from Ariel Faigon. */
-@@ -5391,11 +6148,10 @@
+@@ -13585,11 +14345,10 @@
tm.tm_sec = 0;
tm.tm_isdst = -1;
mktime (&tm);
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@ update mktime check to latest autoconf version which is less buggy
bigtime_test (j)
int j;
{
-@@ -5417,8 +6173,39 @@
+@@ -13614,8 +14370,39 @@
&& lt->tm_wday == tm.tm_wday
&& ((lt->tm_isdst < 0 ? -1 : 0 < lt->tm_isdst)
== (tm.tm_isdst < 0 ? -1 : 0 < tm.tm_isdst))))
@@ -143,7 +143,7 @@ update mktime check to latest autoconf version which is less buggy
}
int
-@@ -5432,12 +6219,15 @@
+@@ -13629,12 +14416,15 @@
isn't worth using anyway. */
alarm (60);
@@ -165,7 +165,7 @@ update mktime check to latest autoconf version which is less buggy
delta = time_t_max / 997; /* a suitable prime number */
for (i = 0; i < N_STRINGS; i++)
{
-@@ -5445,18 +6235,22 @@
+@@ -13642,18 +14432,22 @@
putenv (tz_strings[i]);
for (t = 0; t <= time_t_max - delta; t += delta)