On 10/03/2013 03:35 PM, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
Here's attached another run of my sources/patches url checker.
Please fix any packages you are responsible for in rawhide, and other
branches as other changes permit.
Lines in the output are of three forms:
This means that the URI provided in the Source(s) line didn't result in
a download of the source. This could be any of: URL changed, version
changed and URL wasn't updated, Site is down, Site is gone, etc.
Also there are a number of packages with incorrect sourceforge links.
(BTW, there are still some packages with ftp://people.redhat.com/
This means that the source was downloaded ok from the upstream site,
but doesn't match the md5sum given in the sources file.
This could be due to needing to strip out content that fedora cannot
ship (but in that case you shouldn't have the full URI in the Source
line). Or upstream following poor release practices and updating
without changing their release.
This means that the file was downloaded from the URI given, and the
md5sum did not match the file thats present in git (not the lookaside).
This might be due to timestamps, or any of the above reasons.
False positive? This works for me.
Now at 0.9.4, so hopefully okay.
Updated. Hmm, didn't realize I would need to keep updating this...
They say they have moved into kde proper, but I can't find a tarball there.
Made explicit that this is a git snapshot.
Worked for me.
% Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time
Dload Upload Total Spent Left
100 9345 100 9345 0 0 7419 0 0:00:01 0:00:01 --:--:--
Hmm, looks like I haven't kept up with fedorahosted.org
Works for me
Looks like this disappeared.
Updated to new 5.9.10 release
Upstream doesn't keep around old tarballs (yay!). Updated to 2.0-19.
Same - 0.9-32
Same - 1.3-0
Same - 0.9-9996
Same - 1.7-10
I added these to upstream release monitoring to help in the future.
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