For what versions get source archives created?
pmenzel at molgen.mpg.de
Tue Jul 25 10:59:36 UTC 2017
Thank you for your response.
On 07/25/17 12:37, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 11:18 AM, Paul Menzel <pmenzel at molgen.mpg.de> wrote:
>> I noticed, that in the Git repository, the tag *libreoffice-188.8.131.52* was
>> added on July 12th, 2017 . (Unfortunately the Change-Id cannot be found
>> in Gerrit. )
> It is not a change request, and not part of any (named) bracnh, but
> you can find it in gerrit's gitweb (or on the various mirrors like
> anongit.freedesktop.org, github, launchpad,..)
So the Change-Id is added to all commits, even if not pushed for Gerrit
for review? I guess, for example, to better track cherry-picks in other
>> Again, I am unable to find the source archive on the download server .
> What do you mean with "again"?
I had the same problem with 184.108.40.206 , though the lag wasn’t that big
>> The directory 5.3.5 doesn’t even exist.
> It only exists on mirrors once the stuff is pushed to mirrors.
> Before that the builds are assembled on pre-release server:
I guess that download.documentfoundation.org is the *master* though,
that means, all mirrors mirror from that server?
>> Could you please explain to, what versions source archives are created for?
> Source archives are created for all tags, but only the last version
> will be kept on mirror, i.e. for 5.3.5 release, the 5.3.5 rc1 sources
> will be removed/the ones for rc2 will be on download mirror.
>>  https://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/src/5.3.5/
> That's were they are. and when you compare with 5.3.4 for example:
> https://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/src/5.3.4/ → there
> are the ones for rc2 only.
Yes, *today* they are there. Yesterday, that directory was *not* there,
or wasn’t accessible. I checked with GNU Wget and a browser.
So does it take over a week to get the archives published, or does the
directory need to be manually created on the server, and was just forgotten?
> Why are you looking for the source archives in the first place?
> For most usecases using the repositories directly is more convenient...
I know, but our internal package build system was written for source
archives, so that’s what we prefer.
"LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 archive missing, 06/19/17 11:56"
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