[Mageia-discuss] Suggestions for the ISO
kristoffer.grundstrom1983 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 9 00:24:51 CET 2010
Is LSB going to be used in the ISO & the updates?
2010/11/8 Luca Berra <bluca at vodka.it>
> On Sun, Nov 07, 2010 at 11:43:46PM +0100, Renaud MICHEL wrote:
>> On dimanche 07 novembre 2010 at 22:33, Luca Berra wrote :
>>> > you must include all intermediate updates packages to create the delta.
>>> you just have to keep track of package 1 and n-1, not all of them
>> No, because a roll back of a file can happen on any update. If a file is
>> changed in release n-2 and rolled back in n-1, if you only consider packages
>> 1 n-1 and n you miss the roll back for the people who updated to n-2 but
>> missed the update to n-1.
> No, sir,
> If n contains n-1 this remains true at every increment of n, so you
> never need to look at n-2 because n-1 already contains it.
> But besides the teoric discussions there is no code project to do this,
> so all of this discussion is leading nowere.
> current deltarpm code works by creating binary deltas between two given
> rpms and, besides the fact we are not even sure it works with current
> lzma compressed rpms, the points raised by nanar all hold. so i dont'
> believe we will use deltarpm as it is.
> Luca Berra -- bluca at vodka.it
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