Contributed by jose on from the smoother-changes dept.
"These are two small scripts I wrote to automate the updating of OpenBSD.A pretty interesting set of tools. Perhaps some features of related tools we posted about a few days ago , along with things like mergemaster, could all be integrated.
openup.sh handles CVS fetching (you can choose to get -stable or -current), kernel compiling and system building, including the `make release' process. This is similar to FenderQ's tool ( easybakeoven88 ), with some borrowed functionality. http://www.rootshell.be/~andre/software/openup.sh
updiff.sh compares the files under /etc and /var with newly installed ones on an alternate location, showing diffs and giving options to copy the new file over the old one or skip it and edit it manually later. http://www.rootshell.be/~andre/software/updiff.sh "
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