Bsd updating source
It is important that you always read /usr/src/UPDATING file to save time.
Programs compiled to run on Free BSD 10.0-RELEASE, or 10.1-RELEASE, or 10.2-RELEASE will continue to work on Free BSD 10-STABLE.
The Chromium version will be 62.0.3198.0 because this update system (based on my #api) uses the #windows-32-bit-official ^^Chromium OS is the open-source operating system designed by Google that primarily runs web applications, using Gentoo as its foundation. As a regular user (not an expert), I created it because I did not find a simple way to download good releases. The official developers (aka The Chromium Authors) do not release it to end users. The stable version is used in: Snapshots (known as "Nightly" or "Dev" builds) builds are compiles of the Chromium code whenever there are submitted code changes.
A snapshot build will be created as long as the code compiles successfully.
If for some reason a binary package is not available for your platform, or if you want to hack on pandoc or use a non-released version, you can install from source.
host directive specifies the server host which will supply the file updates.This is an open-source and custom-built version of Chromium optimized for portable use.So, you can run it from an i Pod, USB flash drive, portable hard drive, CD or any other portable media.You must change it to one of the CVSup mirror sites listed in the Free BSD Handbook.
Another option is to override this setting on the command line with cvsup’s “-h host” option. Now update source tree, enter: Once you have synchronized your local source tree, you can then use the source tree to rebuild the base system. -STABLE means that while code can change, the ABI (Application Binary Interface) will remain stable and not change.