On 03/03/2014 10:43 AM, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> On 01/23/2014 05:33 PM, Christian Hammond wrote:
>> Thanks, Stephen! That's above and beyond.
>> Hope this makes it easier for some of you to try out the betas. We're
>> making good progress on a third beta/RC, so keep the feedback coming!
>> On Thursday, January 23, 2014, Stephen Gallagher
>> <step...@gallagherhome.com <mailto:step...@gallagherhome.com>> wrote:
>> I have put together a testing repository of ReviewBoard 2.0 for
>> interested parties to experiment with. This has not yet been committed
>> to the standard Fedora repositories (due to it's beta nature). I am
>> instead offering a COPR (Collection Of Package Repositories; Fedora's
>> equivalent to Ubuntu's PPAs) for the 2.0 beta series.
>> You can find this repository at
>> and install either the Fedora 20 or Rawhide repository files by
>> downloading them to /etc/yum.repos.d/ and then running 'yum install
>> ReviewBoard' (or 'yum update ReviewBoard').
>> As this is pre-release software, PLEASE do not use this on a production
>> system. Also, please do not file bugs against the Fedora package. Any
>> issues encountered with ReviewBoard should be filed in the upstream
>> tracker (except packaging issues which should be directed to me).
>> If you're interested in trying it out, please give it a go!
> I spent the weekend getting this COPR repository up and running with the
> latest ReviewBoard beta 3. Please give it a try and see how things work.
> It should hopefully make it easier for you to try out Beta 3.
> Instructions are the same as before.
> Also, I added a new (Fedora-specific) feature in here. I've added a
> systemd snippet for ReviewBoard that will have it automatically perform
> 'rb-site upgrade --all-sites' when starting up the apache webserver.
> Never again worry about forgetting to run the upgrade by hand! Just make
> sure that /etc/reviewboard/sites is populated with the site path (which
> is done automatically by 'rb-site install' since 1.7.13).
> Previous versions of the Fedora package did this during package install,
> but that's not necessarily safe, particularly if the package upgrade
> happened on a decommissioned system. So now it only runs at apache startup.
> I plan to get this into Fedora Rawhide (which will become Fedora 21)
> soon. I'm just waiting for the Django maintainer to land 1.6.2 in the
Hot on the heels of Beta3, I now have RC1 up in this COPR. If you are
already using it, a 'yum update' will move you to RC1. The instructions
above still apply for new users.
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