Re: Where do .jigdo lines ShortInfo= and Info= stem from ?
On Sun, 01 Apr 2012 12:26:53 +0200, "Thomas Schmitt"
on occasion of april 1st i want to ask the foolish question
Heh, have you been waiting so long for this very occasion to come? :)
how these two lines get into debian-testing-i386-DVD-1.jigdo :
ShortInfo='Debian GNU/Linux testing "Wheezy" - Official Snapshot
i386 DVD Binary
-1 20120326-05:08 (20120326)'
Info='Generated on Mon, 26 Mar 2012 05:20:12 +0000'
i get to
I see in jigit-1.19/libjte/jte.c the function write_jigdo_file()
which writes the line before the two lines in question:
But next it writes the line after them:
# Template Hex MD5Sum f2840bbbed7e4734f33e4ef24db3762e
Does the libjte which is used for Debian image production differ from
the one in jigit-1.19 ?
Good question. Well no, the libjte in jigit is the same you've
downloaded, however it is
a debian-cd script  which post-process .jigdo files in order to add
(see input parameters of jigdo_cleanup). These data are all known prior
to ISO/jigdo creation
and are indeed better to be passed via option parameters to the
(xorriso, resp. libjte), which is not implemented yet of course. But
this is a low-priority goal, isn't it?