Congrats, really good job.
How can i test package base? I didn't find any info about that.
On Tuesday, October 28, 2014, Baptiste Daroussin <b...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> We are starting the release process of pkg 1.4, we want to have a better
> process than with every single previous version of pkg. For that we will
> you help!
> pkg-devel has been updated to the latest version of pkg as of alpha2.
> Changes you can expect in pkg 1.4 are the following:
> - Loads of bug fixes
> - Stricter checking of the path passed via the plist
> - Removal of the bundled libyaml
> - new --raw-format to chose the output format for info -R and search -R
> - ABI is now follwing MACHINE_ARCH (freebsd:10:x86:64 become
> the old ABI is available as a fallback in ALTABI
> - pkg check now support a quiet mode
> - new 3 way merge code ("stolen" from the fossil-scm) to allow automerging
> configuration files
> - new @config keyword to mark a file as a config file (during
> upgrade/reinstallation it will try to merge the configuration with the
> one the
> user may have modified) an option AUTOMERGE is available to prevent
> automerging if automerge fails a .pkgnew file will be created along with
> untouched user version of the configuration
> - The update procedure has been improved and speed up a lot (in particular
> machine with low resources)
> - The unique identifier has been modified to be pkgname meaning now ports
> can be
> moved in new categories without having to be considered a different
> - Only libraries starting by lib* are added to the provided libraries
> - General speed up of all operations
> We need help in testing, but we also need help in writing regression tests
> The more we have tests the more stable the releases will be.
> The release will also allow to be able to package base!
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