From: Martin Bagge / brother <brother@bs...> - 2011-04-28 21:47:09
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I just tagged the 0.1.4 release of lxtask and have produced a tar.gz, as I
suspected though I can not upload it to sf.net.
It has been reported to build in
- - Fedora
- - OpenSUSE
- - Arch
- - Altlinux
- - Debian (testing)
(I hope I remeber this correctly, I can only really tell for debian here)
- - Blog post / announcement
- - Put the file at sf.net
- - Joy and happyness
The file can be fetched from the buildbot in the mean time:
I'll be away during the weekend. Please tell me if you want me to write
the announcements and stuff. I really do not know what has changed since
0.1.3 and I can not read C code so I hope the commit logs are good enough
If at first you don't succeed at breaking a cipher, you're not Bruce Schneier.
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Le Thursday 28 April 2011 à 23:46 +0200, Martin Bagge / brother a
> I just tagged the 0.1.4 release of lxtask and have produced a tar.gz,
> as I
> suspected though I can not upload it to sf.net.
The tarball doesn't seems to contain auto-generated file by "make dist".
How do you generated the tarball ?
Generally, to make a tarball, you need to follow the following steps :
- run ./autogen.sh
- run ./configure
- run make
- run make dist
It should provide you a .tar.gz with all the appropriate files.
Let me know if you need help, I can generate and test it under Ubuntu.
From: Martin Bagge / brother <brother@bs...> - 2011-05-01 23:14:24
On Sun, 1 May 2011, Julien Lavergne wrote:
> Hi Martin,
> Le Thursday 28 April 2011 à 23:46 +0200, Martin Bagge / brother a
> écrit :
>> I just tagged the 0.1.4 release of lxtask and have produced a tar.gz,
>> as I
>> suspected though I can not upload it to sf.net.
> The tarball doesn't seems to contain auto-generated file by "make dist".
> How do you generated the tarball ?
so I didn't know about those step.
I have removed the faulty file. As I can not upload the file to sf.net I
see no use of it to stay any way. I think that someone who can upload the
file to sf.net also will produce the file. The tag is in git so it's super
easy to get the files when that person happens to read these messages.
The last person to attempt to steal Bruce Schneier's identity lost his memory and has never recovered.