[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: Release file changes

>> >>> until today our Release files included 3 Hashes for all their entries:
>> >>> MD5SUM, SHA1, SHA256. I just modified the code to no longer include
>> >>> MD5SUM in *all* newly generated Release files.
>> >> When will that affect Release files for stable? Next point release?
>> >> Because that unfortunatly completly breaks debmirror..
>> > It did suddenly change for squeeze-updates without consultation with the
>> > suite admins.  I expect that this is reverted.
>> Good laugh that is.
> In any case, it would seem logical for squeeze and squeeze-updates to
> use the same set of hashes, imho; similarly the -proposed-updates
> suites.  Each of the "sister" suites would generally be expected to be
> consumed (for want of a better word) by the tools in the corresponding
> (old)stable suite.

Sure, and thats a reason I happily follow. Instead of that useless we
had before. :)

bye, Joerg
<aj> vorlon: would it be less subtle if we replaced red, green and
     yellow with black, white and a shade of grey?
<vorlon> aj: "and this is what a necrotic port looks like"?
<aj> vorlon: the arch qualification table, halloween edition?
<aj> vorlon: "i heard a faint pinging, and went to the firewall and what
     greeted my eyes? AN m68k RISED FROM THE GRAVE!!!"

Reply to: