bert at impara.de
Sat Jun 18 20:30:54 UTC 2005
Am 18.06.2005 um 10:12 schrieb Doug Way:
> On Jun 10, 2005, at 8:38 AM, Avi Bryant wrote:
>> ... If you didn't see the original message from Andreas, here's
>> the important bit:
>> "In Tweak, *all* code is in packages[*]. Updates are
>> exclusively used for in-image reshapes, e.g., when part of the system
>> has undergone significant changes that require manual
>> intervention. In
>> order to synchronize these modifications with the package versions
>> we expect, we typically post a configuration map, e.g., a list of
>> packages where we expect some specific version to be present.
>> When you update, we always consult the update stream first. This will
>> suck in any intermediate configurations and perform the necessary
>> in-image modifications. Once this is done, we merely upgrade all
>> packages in a well-defined order to their latest version."
> Is there an example of one of these "config map" changeset updates
> that we could look at? Just curious as to what these look like.
This is from the Tweak update stream:
"upgrading" from a config map loads (*) all the packages in it, but
only if there is not a newer version already in the system. So after
updating you can be sure to have at least these versions.
- Bert -
(*) or merges, based on a preference
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