Tom "spot" Callaway
tcallawa at redhat.com
Mon Jul 6 19:00:33 UTC 2009
On 07/06/2009 02:57 PM, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Seth Vidal (skvidal at fedoraproject.org) said:
>> 1. autosign pkgs once built
>> 2. delta them against GA and last-update once signed
> The only issue here is that 'last-update' (and to some extent, GA) is not
> a concept known to koji (as latest-pkg != what is pushed). However, it can
> be hacked around.
This is a good point, there is a window where this could go wrong:
foo-1.2.3-1 is the latest-pkg in dist-f11-updates
foo-1.2.3-2 is waiting to push into dist-f11-updates from
dist-f11-updates-candidate (or dist-f11-updates-testing).
foo-1.2.3-3 gets built, deltas generate against foo-1.2.3-1 (latest
foo-1.2.3-2 gets pushed into dist-f11-updates.
The deltas that were generated at buildtime are now pretty worthless. We
also can't just delta against anything newer found in the
updates-candidate or updates-testing tag, as there is no guarantee it
will be pushed.
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