Installed tmpreaper 1.5.0 (i386 source)
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Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2001 22:59:13 +0100
Architecture: source i386
Maintainer: Paul Slootman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Changed-By: Paul Slootman <email@example.com>
tmpreaper - Cleans up files in directories based on their age
Closes: 100675 122090
tmpreaper (1.5.0) unstable; urgency=low
* Added getopt.c, getopt1.c, getopt.h so that it can be compiled without
difficulty on non-linux systems (tested on Solaris). However, you lose
the capability of using braces in your --protect patterns as glob()
functions on other (non-linux) platforms don't offer that.
Bumped the second number in the version to reflect this significant change.
* Added autoconf stuff to figure out whether getopt.c etc. are needed,
the braces thing in glob(), and more. Hence also included stuff like
INSTALL, missing, and the other autoconf stuff.
It now builds and runs on Solaris and NetBSD as well!
* Use "exit(x)" instead of "return x" to terminate the forked processes,
otherwise weird stuff happened on NetBSD; it seems the processes didn't
in fact exit.
* Changed priority to optional to comply with the overrides. Last time that
change somehow got lost...
* Ignore files that are marked immutable in ext2/ext3. This is a more
generic workaround for ext3's journal file which now has a new name,
and probably also makes sense for other files as well. closes:#122090
* Exclude quota.user and quota.group. Why can't these be stored in a
"standard" place (/var/state/quota/ ?)... I see no technical reason why
not. Oh well. closes:#100675
272980968ec417c0a551d806e50ba228 549 admin optional tmpreaper_1.5.0.dsc
e7a431f96e46ec1f463de82125439e63 75277 admin optional tmpreaper_1.5.0.tar.gz
46ea022cf8376832310d091603fd0ddf 17544 admin optional tmpreaper_1.5.0_i386.deb
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