[cap-talk] Polaris distribution is ready

Mark Miller erights at gmail.com
Tue Apr 27 10:06:15 PDT 2010

Alan and Marc,

There's a lot of mysterious binary files in there. Are these generated files
that were accidentally included? If so, could you remove everything other
than sources, re-make to be sure everything builds from sources, and post an
archive of the sources only? Thanks.

I also notice CVS directories all over. Is there a CVS repository with the
history? Do you wish to open source that history as well? I've heard there
are CVS to SVN converters.

Would you be happy with a code.google.com project?

On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 11:18 AM, Karp, Alan H <alan.karp at hp.com> wrote:

> http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Alan_Karp/polaris/PolarisOpenSource.zip is
> the open source distribution of Polaris.  Thanks, Marc Stiegler!!
> Some folks had ideas for which open source repository we should use.  It
> would be great if someone with experience at one of these sites sets things
> up.  Once that's done, I'll publish a web page with the appropriate
> pointers.
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