Release Notes: This release adds --replace-modified-files, --replace-managed-files, and --replace-unmanaged-files options to the "conary rollback" command (CNY-3748). The --replace-files option is now deprecated. Scripts should use the more specific options (CNY-3763). This release fxes createSourceTrove conflicting with markremoved troves when choosing a new version (CNY-3771).
Release Notes: Internal changeset loading has been adapted to avoid a large spike in memory use.
Release Notes: Conary now allows packages to be installed using foreign package managers via wrapped content called capsules. RPM capsule support is included in this release. Other features are support for xz compression, better dependency resolution, support for cpio archives, and much more including many bugfixes.
Release Notes: A new "conary rdiff" command has been added that displays the differences between two troves in a Conary repository. Significant improvements have been made to HTTP proxy support. A new "searchPath" configuration option has been added, which allows the user to specify a group to use when searching for new packages or performing dependency resolution. Numerous additional enhancements and bugfixes are included.
Release Notes: Group scripts can control rollback invalidation with sufficient granularity. Conary repository proxy configuration was significantly enhanced. Cross-compiling support was enhanced with a "target" flavor.
Release Notes: A bug that affects updating to troves built with Conary 1.1.20 or later has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release added group update/rollback scripts and additional signature methods to enable the addition of additional trove metadata, and can be built against LGPL libelf as well as elfutils libelf.
Release Notes: The new "cvc promote" command simplifies release management. Within conary repositories, all caching has been changed to use a generic, atomic caching layer, and a caching proxy layer has been implemented. Additionally, the conary "proxy" configuration now works both through conary repository proxies and arbitrary HTTP proxies such as squid and mod_proxy. Conary repositories can now handle changesets larger than 2GB even with Apache 2.0, working around an Apache limitation.