Falcon 1.3.2

Bugfixes and a new utility for importing packages

Milestone information

Project:
Falcon
Series:
1.0-stable
Version:
1.3.2
Released:
2006-07-10  
Registrant:
Dennis Kaarsemaker
Release registered:
2006-07-10
Active:
No. Drivers cannot target bugs and blueprints to this milestone.  

Download RDF metadata

Activities

Assigned to you:
No blueprints or bugs assigned to you.
Assignees:
No users assigned to blueprints and bugs.
Blueprints:
No blueprints are targeted to this milestone.
Bugs:
No bugs are targeted to this milestone.

Download files for this release

File Description Downloads

Release notes 

More bugs were fixed, the iso generating code now uses symkinks, therefore the --nocopy argument is now ignored.

A new utility was added: falcon-import. This will import a source package into your repository.

Changelog 

View the full changelog

falcon (1.3.2-0ubuntu1) dapper; urgency=low

  * Shortcuts for Debian and Ubuntu archives in falcon-import
  * Use symlinks for iso creation, combined with mkisofs -f. Drop --nocopy

 -- Dennis Kaarsemaker <email address hidden> Mon, 10 Jul 2006 23:40:45 +0200

falcon (1.3.1-0ubuntu1) dapper; urgency=low

  * If you use shutil, import it. If you don't use it, don't.
  * Placed the removal inside a conf.pretend check

 -- Dennis Kaarsemaker <email address hidden> Tue, 27 Jun 2006 14:51:32 +0200

falcon (1.3.0-0ubuntu1) dapper; urgency=low

  * Fix double slashes in the template
  * Added another utility + manpage: falcon-import. This can import packages
    from another repository into your repository, useful for eg backports

 -- Dennis Kaarsemaker <email address hidden> Sat, 24 Jun 2006 15:09:58 +0200

0 blueprints and 0 bugs targeted

There are no feature specifications or bug tasks targeted to this milestone. The project's maintainer, driver, or bug supervisor can target specifications and bug tasks to this milestone to track the things that are expected to be completed for the release.

This milestone contains Public information
Everyone can see this information.