No more deltarpms by default
tom at impact-crater.com
Fri Oct 17 18:44:54 UTC 2014
On 10/17/2014 14:24, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Deltarpms is again enabled by default in Dnf a while back if you read
> the bug report. Everything else has been an tangent, yes.
I suppose I'm having trouble understanding that when you started this
On 10/6/2014 04:41, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> One of the long standing features that were enabled by default in yum
> is support for delta rpms. dnf developers have disabled this and I
> think this change deserves a broader discussion
You wrote "dnf developers have disabled this and I think this change
deserves a broader discussion." I went back and read your original post
on the bug report you referenced and you said this:
"Since Fedora 12 or so (my blog post on this at
deltarpm support has been available by default for many users. dnf
should enable this configuration by default as well"
I even went back and read your blog post. I honestly don't understand.
You say it needs to be enabled at first and now say that it's already
enabled. Color me confused, my friend.
Regardless, I don't think anyone, including you and I, wants to expend
more bandwidth on tangential non-issues. If you say this is handled,
then that's fine by me. I just wanted to be sure that everyone's
bandwidth/processor issues were being adequately addressed.
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