5 Jan 2003 cjwatson   » (Master)

Cognitive dissonance

It's really weird to see this kind of thing. I look at the top of the page and automatically think "oh, another corporate web site". Then I scroll down and, hey presto, it's a Debian swirl and a link to www.debian.org.

Happy new thingy

To celebrate, I've been hacking down the Debian OpenSSH bug list with vigour. It's slightly depressing that I'm pleased about getting it below 220, but hey. The single most useful thing anyone familiar with OpenSSH can do there is to look for bugs they believe are solved and dig out the actual changes in CVS that fixed them, so that the bugs can be closed with confidence. As such, I've been making a lot of use of 'cvs annotate', 'cvs log', and 'cvs diff' recently; does anyone know of a tool that combines the three so that I don't have to keep switching terminal windows?

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