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[opensuse-buildservice] osc 0.114
  • From: Peter Poeml <poeml@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 5 Mar 2009 14:51:17 +0100
  • Message-id: <20090305135116.GE22848@xxxxxxx>
I have updated the osc package; it's now at version 0.114.
Get it from openSUSE:Tools, as usual.

While updating the NEWS file, I realized how many people have been
working on this, and was amazed how much has happened. I'm sure there's
a lot that you'll appreciate as well:


0.114:
- the .oscrc config handling has been cleaned up:
* use "apiurl" for everything now (== <protocol>://<host>)
* added aliases support for [apiurl] sections in the ~/.oscrc.
Example:
[http(s)://foobar]
...
aliases = foo, bar
=> "osc -A foo <cmd>" will do the same as "osc -A http(s)://foobar ls"
* "scheme" and "apisrv" are deprecated and will produce a warning
* when writing a new ~/.oscrc, store the apiurl in the conffile (bnc#478054)
* fixed bug that made osc ask for credentials when -A was used (bnc#478054)
* fixed crash upon password entry (first startup) (bnc#478052)
- osc build:
* make product builds work
* speed up by using a cookie when fetching the binaries (bnc#477690)
* support for VM (kvm or xen) builds
* obsolete the need to configure download server, get it from the build
service instance instead.
* be a bit more verbose if the linked package isn't expanded (bnc#470948)
- osc branch:
* --develproject option fixed (the API calls it 'ignoredevel' instead of
'nodevelproject')
* --revision option added
- osc jobhistory: new command to see build job history of a project or a package
- osc results/rresults: option -l, --last-build added (show last build results)
- osc linkpac: fix failure when -A<url> is used (bnc#479156)
- osc commit: don't scare users if they want to commit a nonexistent file
(bnc#469167)
- osc diff: bugfix to make --pretty option work
- 11.1 added to the osc project template


Peter
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