missing 64bit ports (xdelta3 vs xdelta and pristine-tar)
Sun Jul 19 11:05:00 GMT 2015
On 2015-07-18 21:46, Marco Atzeri wrote:
| On 7/18/2015 10:11 AM, jari wrote:
| >On 2015-07-17 20:17, Achim Gratz wrote:
| >| jari writes:
| >| > All good, provided that:
| >| >
| >| > xdelta1 => /usr/bin/xdelta (the original)
| >| > xdelta3 => /usr/bin/xdelta3
| >| Why? The most current version of pristine-tar from git includes a commit
| >| that gets rid of the hardcoded command names.
| >Could you point me to it. Joey's attic Git?
| >| Given that it's pristine-tar that holds onto an earlier version of
| >| xdelta, I don't see why other users of xdelta expecting to get the
| >| latest version should be suffering from that.
| >The official setup in Debian:
| > xdelta: /usr/bin/xdelta (version 1.1.3)
| > xdelta3: /usr/bin/xdelta3
| >I think we should ensure compatibility between operating systems by
| >having similar setup.
| as today
| $ cygcheck -cd |grep xdelta
| xdelta 3.0.9-1
| To avoid backwards, my proposal is
| xdelta-3.0.9-2 (removing the xdelta link to xdelta3)
| if we agree that going backward in not a problem,
The latter. It would be in par with Linux packages.
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