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 There are various advantages, one of them is the possibility to create binary patches later (after changing small things in the source, e.g. for security fixes). They are also useful if you do not trust the official builds, or are doing local builds and want to compare parts supposed to be identical.  There are various advantages, one of them is the possibility to create binary patches later (after changing small things in the source, e.g. for security fixes). They are also useful if you do not trust the official builds, or are doing local builds and want to compare parts supposed to be identical.
   
   TBD - page under construction  # The Source
   
   First prerequisite for reproducing a build is to get the same source. With cvs (as we use it now) this either happens via using a relase tag or a date for a checkout. Assuming you do a clean new checkout, examples would be:
   
     cvs -d anoncvs@anoncvs.NetBSD.org:/cvsroot co -r netbsd-8-1-RELEASE src xsrc
   
   or
   
     cvs -d anoncvs@anoncvs.NetBSD.org:/cvsroot co -D "20190401 12:00UTC" src xsrc
   
   If you are not using a fresh checkout (but updating an existing one) make sure to use the *-t* option to force cvs to use the commit time (instead of the update time) for updated files.
   
   # TBD - page under construction

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