[Ltrace-devel] ltrace-0.6.0 tarball?

Petr Machata pmachata at redhat.com
Wed Nov 2 14:50:20 UTC 2011

Sedat Dilek <sedat.dilek at googlemail.com> writes:

> there seems to be a ltrace-0.6.0 release [1], but I looked for an
> official tarball at [2] and did not found it.
> On the Wild Wild Web I found some tarballs from Fedora and openSUSE
> project, but I don't know on which (git-revision) they are based on.
> Is there a(n alternative) download-URL?
> The Freetz project uses the orig-tarball [3] from Debian GNU/Linux
> project.

I'm wondering what the proper way for distributing tarballs is on
Alioth.  It seems there should be some sort of File Download area, but
ltrace apparently has this disabled.

Juan, could you take a look whether your admin interface makes it
possible for you to enable this?  The goal would be to enable the link
https://alioth.debian.org/frs/?group_id=30892 so that it says "no
released files" or something, instead of complaining that there are "no
file packages defined".  Thanks.

If all else fails, I guess we could just dump these files to a
subdirectory of a web page, but I'd rather do it properly.

> [1] also lists a new Debian upstream release.
> Where is it [4]?
> Shall I file a bug against Debian-BTS?
> Would you mind to git-tag [1] as 0.6.0?
> Last tag I see is 0.5.3 [5].

Thanks for pointing this out.  I think we may have lost the tag when
migrating from github back to Debian, but I'm not sure if it ever was
there.  I tagged it now.


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