Andrew what would be interesting if there was a way to create universal deb
package instead of one for each version.
On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 12:12 PM, Jonathan Aquilina
Florian im going to have to disagree we dont need to involve the
developers. If we have a machine that is producing nightly builds we would
need to tweak it so that it puts the build in their respective repository.
Given the current infrastructure would it be possible to do the above
mentioned for end users. I think this would making things easier especially
for the QA team in terms of being on the latest version and easily updating
on new releases.
On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 12:03 PM, Florian Effenberger <
Jonathan Aquilina wrote on 2013-07-29 11:29:
One thing I really wanted to bring up but I had a family isuse which i
to disappear. I was thinking could the TDF host a debian repo with the
really sorry to hear that, hope it's nothing terribly bad that happened!
In any case, was wonderful having you in the call!
daily builds etc as I was helping someone in qa who when installing the
package with dpkg basically screwed up his installation. I think having a
repo would be great in the sense one wont have to use dpkg and have to
with dependency issues one can encounter using it.
I think that's more a question for the developers list - someone has to
trigger automated DEB builds...
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