[Releasing] Qt 5 sources packaged in bz2 format is truncated/wrong
Johanna.Aijala at digia.com
Mon Aug 20 07:48:36 CEST 2012
About the bz2 problems, there is a fix already in gerrit for that: https://codereview.qt-project.org/#change,32958 , hopefully it will be reviewed and merged soon.
I'll check the tar.gz issues, so far I haven't have any problems with those packages, but I'll check.
From: releasing-bounces+johanna.aijala=digia.com at qt-project.org [mailto:releasing-bounces+johanna.aijala=digia.com at qt-project.org] On Behalf Of Keith Isdale
Sent: 20. elokuuta 2012 7:35
To: releasing at qt-project.org
Subject: Re: [Releasing] Qt 5 sources packaged in bz2 format is truncated/wrong
On 20/08/12 13:11, ext Keith Isdale wrote:
> When attempting to use file like:
> I find the file size is about 1.9Mb. From my tests it looks likes the .bz2 version of Qt 5 sources have been problematic since 10th Aug (20012-08-10)
I spoke too soon there are also issues with the .tar.gz version :(
The attached file shows the results of manifest tests I run: the difference between a manifest list I had for Qt5 some days verses http://releases.qt-project.org/digia/2012-08-19/qt-everywhere-opensource-src-5.0.0.tar.gz
* the "reference manifest" I have is not necessarily authoritative since it was determined from a pre-beta Qt 5 source package ;)
* I did not create a bug since I understood that the packaging scripts are being actively developed
From a Qt user perspective I find that Qt 5 does not compile using a "minimal" set of configure options since at least the content from the qtxmlpattern repo is missing from the Qt 5 source package. In case it helps see the attached minimalbuild.tar.gz for the log files associated with this build.
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