[Ltrace-devel] ltrace-0.6.0 tarball?
sedat.dilek at googlemail.com
Wed Nov 2 19:57:55 UTC 2011
On Wed, Nov 2, 2011 at 3:50 PM, Petr Machata <pmachata at redhat.com> wrote:
> Sedat Dilek <sedat.dilek at googlemail.com> writes:
>> there seems to be a ltrace-0.6.0 release , but I looked for an
>> official tarball at  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  from Debian GNU/Linux
> 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.
>>  also lists a new Debian upstream release.
>> Where is it ?
>> Shall I file a bug against Debian-BTS?
>> Would you mind to git-tag  as 0.6.0?
>> Last tag I see is 0.5.3 .
> 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.
Thanks for taking care and fixing.
- Sedat -
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