Release Notes: This release will replace symlinks and regular files as long as their contents agree. An update error for a relatively uncommon case, introduced in 1.0.7, has been fixed.
Release Notes: Several improvements were were made to update behavior, including better choices of what to update to, when to keep packages installed, and branch affinity fixes. The internal implementation of patch has been improved. Group cooking now provides much more interactive feedback.
Release Notes: A rarely-encountered case where Conary would fail to re-authenticate users when committing to the repository has been fixed. This release produces better error messages in several situations. The commitaction and changemail capabilities have been improved.
Release Notes: The main focus is performance enhancements, especially for dependency operations, updating, and erasing.
Release Notes: Several performance improvements, particularly including dependency calculation and repository performance. Repository mirrors are now more robust, the conary showcs command has additional functionality, and entitlements are now always sent via HTTPS.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. The main focus is significant performance enhancements, but it also has an important bugfix for the cvc clone command.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release.
Release Notes: This release is ready for production use. All UtilizeUser/Group matches are now handled, instead of only the first one matched. This release more strictly orders trove installation so that partially-complete installations can be restarted correctly. It has experienced multiple database schema changes during its development, and to ensure that the schema is entirely consistent now, the first time this release runs, it reloads the entire database with a fresh schema, resolving any inconsistencies.
Release Notes: Adds more protocol versioning to enhance future backwards compatibility.
Release Notes: Conary 0.96 is now feature-frozen. The conary rq command no longer uses affinity by default; use --affinity to turn it on. Updating an x86 library on an x86_64 system no longer causes conary to mistakenly switch other x86_64 components of that package to x86 versions. "Update job" output again puts components on the same line as their surrounding packages. The mirror script now mirrors trove signatures.