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Re: [Updated/New] Perl distributions
- From: Achim Gratz <Stromeko at nexgo dot de>
- To: cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com
- Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2016 20:18:21 +0200
- Subject: Re: [Updated/New] Perl distributions
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Jon Turney writes:
> I'm not sure setup.ini is the right format for that information, but
> yes, some kind of upload manifest would be good.
Well, it was a format we already know how to produce and consume and
delivers a good checksum for each file. The other thing that's easily
used is hashdeep (formerly known as md5deep). I have a private version
that can do SHA512 checksums as well, but upstream wants to solve that
problem in a different way (for over a year now). I guess I could just
package that for Cygwin or we use an SHA256 checksum instead. Of course
sha512sum also works, just needs to be wrapped into a findâ|xargs
> This was actually in some early versions of calm, but it was kind of
> hard to fit in with the stateless design inherited from upset.
> Anyhow, it's on the TODO list for calm, so PTC or you can wait until I
> get around to it...
I don't think I'm going to provide patches for something in Pythonâ
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