debmirror 1:2.10ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


debmirror (1:2.10ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable. Remaining changes:
    - debian/{control,rules}: Add quilt for patch management.
    - Debian bug 455082:
      + default-settings.patch: change rsync defaults.
      + silence-errors.patch: throw away find errors.
      + drop-redundant-rsync.patch: clean up logic in rsync batching.
      + check_file-return.patch: report why a file needs to sync.
    - Debian bug 576576:
      + skip-installer.patch: allow specific releases to be skipped.
    - Debian bug 576577:
      + rsync-retries.patch: retry if rsync batch fails connection.
    - ubuntu-settings.patch: Changed defaults to download Ubuntu, replaced
      most instances of Debian with Ubuntu in the documentation.
  * Refreshed patches.
  * Slimmed down skip-installer.patch, largely superseded thanks to Debian bug

debmirror (1:2.10) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fix skipping d-i for suites that do not include it. Closes: #636627
    Thanks, Stefan Kisdaroczi
  * Allow mirroring d-i on kfreebsd-*; skip it for arch 'all'. Closes: #637457
    Thanks, Stefan Kisdaroczi
 -- Stefano Rivera <email address hidden>   Sat, 12 Nov 2011 16:23:21 +0200

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debmirror_2.10ubuntu1.dsc 1.6 KiB 840580e9d0251b8d75472c69f3f0a5bf3a5fed147cfd139a1dc00db0d4e27499

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debmirror: Debian partial mirror script, with ftp and package pool support

 This program downloads and maintains a partial local Debian mirror.
 It can mirror any combination of architectures, distributions and
 sections. Files are transferred by ftp, http, hftp or rsync, and package
 pools are fully supported. It also does locking and updates trace files.