Coda File System

Re: Coda git repository available

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Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2016 10:13:06 +0200
On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 03:59:51PM -0400, Jan Harkes wrote:

Great work Jan!

> The official Coda git repository is now at
> There is no new release yet, I just made the push to finish the conversion
> last week and want to make sure there are not any more unapplied patches
> floating around, and then I have to dust off/rewrite whatever I used to
> use to make releases.

For the record, there exists our yet-unpublished Aetey/Chalmers branch,
differing quite a bit from 6.9.5, with

- the s.k. modular clog included, with proper integration with Kerberos
  and support for multiple authentication authorities (this appeared
  at CMU long ago but never made it to upstream)
- server IP addresses can be changed without disrupting client
  operation and without client-side administration, removing the afs-derived
  "static server IP" contraint
- clents can handle servers running on non-standard ports (as a result
  e.g. more than one server can be put behind the same NAT)
- a bunch of small fixes and tweaks

It remains compatible to servers and clients built from upstream code,
modulo the new features which upstream does not yet support.

The best would be to merge the changes upstream. They are vital for

What is the expected workflow for submitting and reviewing patches?

Best regards,
Received on 2016-04-19 04:20:16