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From:Paul DuBois Date:April 29 2002 5:33pm
Subject:Re: Download of source
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At 13:51 -0300 4/29/02, Luciano Barcaro wrote:
>Hi,
>
>I downloaded the latest source from mysql.com with
>bk clone bk://work.mysql.com:7001 mysql-4.0
>
>and after compile/install, it installs the 3.23.50 version.
>Is this correct? Seems very strange to me.

That is odd.  I just tried it and got 4.0.2-alpha.

>
>so, I tried to download the source of 3.23 with the command
>bk clone bk://work.mysql.com:7001 mysql

You're cloning the same repository in both cases.  The final
argument indicates the directory to use on the client machine;
it has nothing to do with what you're pulling from the server.

>
>And it downloaded exactly the same number of bytes of 4.0:
>(19877534 bytes)
>
>And with du --max-depth=1:
>175944   ./mysql
>175944   ./mysql-4.0
>
>How can I download the real source of 4.0 ?

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