Fedora Update Notification
2016-10-15 16:09:08.340748

Name        : fedfind
Product     : Fedora 25
Version     : 2.7.0
Release     : 1.fc25
URL         : https://www.happyassassin.net/fedfind
Summary     : Fedora Finder finds Fedora
Description :
Fedora Finder finds Fedora. For now, that means it finds Fedora images
- for stable releases, milestone pre-releases, TC/RC composes, and
nightly builds. It provides a simple CLI for showing image URLs, and
can be used as a library by tools which need to find and do stuff with
Fedora images.

Update Information:

This update further improves handling of ostree installer images. We 'correct'
the image dicts for the images the current Pungi release is producing (the
filenames have been improved to have `-ostree-` in them, but the type is still
`boot`). When synthesizing image dicts for releases without metadata, we catch
more ostree installer cases to assign the `dvd-ostree` type to.  This update
also will find many more images for Alpha, Beta and stable releases. This is
because when these releases are synced to the public mirrors, they are actually
split into two trees. Most of the bits go into the 'main' tree, which is found
under `/fedora/` on the mirrors, but some lesser-used deliverables are split
into a separate tree found under `/alt/` on the mirrors. Previously, fedfind was
not aware of this and would only find images in the 'main' location, it did not
find any of the images that were split off to the `alt` location. Now, fedfind
does find these images.  If you use the fedfind CLI, you do not need to do
anything special; queries for Alpha, Beta and stable releases will now show
these images where they did not before.  If you have code using the fedfind
module, be aware that the `MirrorRelease` subclasses now have a `alt_location`
property which is the full URL to the top-level location of the `alt` tree for
the release, and in the synthesized metadata and thus also in the `all_images`
list, the image dicts have an additional property, `alt`, which indicates
whether the image is the main tree or the alt tree. To get the correct URL for
an `alt` image, concatenate its path with the release's `alt_location` property.
If you only deal with non-split releases that have metadata - like the nightly
composes - nothing should change for you.

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program. Use
su -c 'yum update fedfind' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at https://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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