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Re: [GNUnet-developers] gentoo, last tweaks and questions

From: ng0
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] gentoo, last tweaks and questions
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2016 13:51:45 +0200
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Christian Grothoff <address@hidden> writes:

> On 04/10/2016 08:57 PM, Nils Gillmann wrote:
>>> Well, 'bootstrap' is only needed if/when building from Subversion. Once
>>> there is a release, this is no longer required.
>> I have talked with lynX, and also gnunet devs afterwards, and
>> I'll fix packages to svn numbers now as users will get a better
>> impression with current release other than 0.10.1. When the next
>> release candidate comes out I can include it in gentoo, but there
>> shouldn't be much difference between release candidate and the
>> time it was released (svn-number), or am I wrong?
> Correct, so far at the time of the release, the release always matched
> exactly some SVN HEAD revision.
>> My personal experience of 0.10.1 vs 37011 and checkouts before
>> that was drastically different, 0.10.1 has problems which are no
>> longer existent in later numbers.
> Yeah, about 300 or so according to the bugtracker ;-).
>> I'll call SVN number 37011 gnunet-{gtk-}0.10.2_rc2 in gentoo.
>> Maybe i can communicate the same with guix, we'll see. if I can't
>> i'll still manage to express it somewhere.
> That should be fine.

Sourcing from what I wrote here[1], I'd like to get some input on
this part, where context can be gained through reading the
comment on

"I could also ask others in the gnunet project if they'd be
willing to provide svn snapshot releases of certain
branches/projects every n days/weeks"

Is this realistic, and if yes/no may I relay your reply to
This is something I suggested, the first suggestion of gentoo
developer wraeth was to suggest either manual captures saved on
my infrastructure or (preferable I assume) on gentoo



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