[sword-devel] BibleCS 1.5.99
Troy A. Griffitts
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Fri Oct 9 14:30:26 MST 2009
David and others,
Thanks for all the great feedback.
As Karl has suggested, 1.6.0 uses a unique id to distinguish between repos now, if one is supplied. IDs are supplied in masterRepoList.conf, but if you had a repo that existed before running the refresh config, or never ran the refresh config but added the repo manually, then there may potentially still be a problem as Chris has suggested.
The other thing is that installmgr does not remember which repo you installed a module from, so the modules present in both repos should show the module as installed regardless of which repo you installed from. Now you should get "update available" or "newer version already installed" icons appropriately. But as you have reported, it sounds like strange things are afoot at the (K).
I'll let you know what I find. Keep the great feedback coming.
Manfred Bergmann <bergmannmd at web.de> wrote:
>Am 09.10.2009 um 20:46 schrieb Chris Little:
>> Karl Kleinpaste wrote:
>>> Chris Little <chrislit at crosswire.org> writes:
>>>> With the way that installmgr grabs a cache of the repository .confs,
>>>> it doesn't permit repositories to exist at the same hostname,
>>> That wasn't allowed until 1.6, when Troy did all the additional work
>>> to distinguish repos better and added non-anon repo access.
>>> masterRepoList.conf lists both CrossWire repos at ftp.crosswire.org.
>> But does it work as intended? David's description certainly sounds
>> like a data clobbering issue.
>In Sword 1.6.0 and the master repository list both normal CrossWire
>and CrossWire Beta use ftp.crosswire.org and it's working.
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