On 02/14/18 17:40, Robert P. J. Day wrote: > On Wed, 14 Feb 2018, Robert P. J. Day wrote: > >> i want to put together a wiki page for my students with links to >> all of the interesting git-related packages they might want to >> peruse after an upcoming course, and i'm looking for what would be >> the authoritative web page documenting each RPM package. >> >> for example, if they wanted to read about "git-extras", a quick >> google search found the site "fedora.pkgs.org", and this page: >> >> https://fedora.pkgs.org/27/fedora-x86_64/git-extras-4.4.0-2.fc27.noarch.rpm.html >> >> which is pretty much what i'm after, but i'm assuming the domain >> "pkgs.org" is not associated with red hat so i'd rather not use >> that. >> >> a few more seconds and i found the equivalent koji page: >> >> https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=925511 >> >> again, looks good and clearly affiliated with red hat. but as i >> understand it (and i could be wrong), that page is specifically for >> version git-extras-4.4.0-2.fc27 so if that package is updated, the >> link will still point to the older version. >> >> is there a generic link i can use for a given fedora package that >> will keep up with new versions and just allows students to zip over >> there, read up on the package, and decide whether they want to >> install it to play with it further? thanks muchly. > whoops, never mind, i backed up a link and found this: > > https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/packageinfo?packageID=16360 > > so i guess that's as good as it's going to get unless someone has a > better suggestion.
Why not just https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/packages ? -- A motto of mine is: When in doubt, try it out
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