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  •  23 Aug 2004 13:27

Release Notes: Installation: Hardlink handling, enhanced debugging capabilities (including saving a debugging state file to enable remote debugging), using binary file ids and iterators for significant memory savings, and runtime support for the x86.x86_64 sub-architecture. Cooking: more robust handling of the --resume option, and policy normalizing where app-defaults files go.

  •  18 Aug 2004 17:06

Release Notes: Hard links are implemented (but not yet enabled, in order to preserve changeset compatibility for now). Several bugs have been fixed for installing and cooking.

  •  17 Aug 2004 08:14

Release Notes: Fileids are now stored and transmitted in binary rather than encoded. Multiple versions of packages/troves installed at the same time are now handled much better. Improvements were made in missing file handling. Recipe inheritance is now possible between repositories. Interrupted builds were enhanced. The dynamic tag protocol was slightly modified. Arch.x86.amd64 and Arch.x86.em64t were added. Several bugs were fixed.

  •  13 Aug 2004 14:26

Release Notes: This release has moved to sqlite3, and has better handling of multiple packages with the same name installed at once. A database conversion script is available.

  •  12 Aug 2004 18:34

Release Notes: This release features a repository protocol update, changeset format update, the ability to resume halted local builds, the ability to easily package build-time tests to run at install time to qualify new/changed environments, better handling of packaged .pyc/.pyo files, better shared library handling, improved inline documentation, optimizations for both space and time, and numerous bugfixes.

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