On Fri, Oct 2, 2020 at 2:49 PM Robert-André Mauchin <zebob.m(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I wrote a quick and dirty Python 3 script to track upstream package version
including last GIT commit and commit date, so you can compare Hedora's version
with upstream. This is slightly better than Anitya as it supports commit.
It takes as input a file containing one Fedora package per line and as output
a "TODO Golang update.csv".
I have not put this on Github yet but if you're interested in improving it, I
can do that. I'm not a programming specialist so I'm sure there is tons of
errors and dirty hack in there.
I'm joining the script and an example output from almost all packages we have.
This is cool! Would you mind creating a repo under pagure.io/GoSIG
namespace to put this script and keep track of it? That way we have it
and can easily contribute to it too. :)
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