On 3/15/21 1:07 AM, Christian Boltz wrote:
[please don't send to factory(a)lists.o.o _and_ opensuse-factory(a)o.o - the
mail then arrives on the ML twice :-( ]
Am Sonntag, 14. März 2021, 09:49:28 CET schrieb Axel Braun:
Am 13. März 2021 20:37:12 MEZ schrieb Jan
> On Saturday 2021-03-13 18:47, Alex Bihlmaier wrote:
Is there any chance to retrieve older builds?
No, only source.
...from where you could branch and build in your home project
Yes, in theory.
In practise you'll build the old source (good) against the current
dependencies (libraries, compiler, ...). I'm not sure if I should call
this "bad", but I'm quite sure you'll get a different result than
building with the original ("old") dependencies, with the difference
becoming bigger the older your sources are.
Lets go with "different" depending on what your goal is, in most cases
the software should remain functionally the same if it still builds, but
with the advantage it was designed to work with the current state of
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