[V3dot10] [Q] About updates, take two
Edgar J. De Cleene
edgardec2001 at yahoo.com.ar
Tue Jan 23 10:43:55 UTC 2007
And someone could help this old dog learn new tricks ?
readServerUpdatesThrough: maxNumber saveLocally: saveLocally updateImage:
"Scan the update server(s) for unassimilated updates. If maxNumber is
not nil, it represents the highest-numbered update to load. This makes it
possible to update only up to a particular point. If saveLocally is true,
then save local copies of the update files on disc. If updateImage is true,
then absorb the updates into the current image.
A file on the server called updates.list has the names of the last N update
>>> [q] how that file is changed
We look backwards for the first one we do not have, and start there"
"* To add a new update: Name it starting with a new two-digit code.
* Do not use %, /, *, space, or more than one period in the name of an
* The update name does not need to have any relation to the version name.
* Figure out which versions of the system the update makes sense for.
* Add the name of the file to each version's category below.
>>> [q] What version's category below ?
* Put this file and the update file on all of the servers.
* To make a new version of the system: Pick a name for it (no restrictions)
* Put # and exactly that name on a new line at the end of this file.
* During the release process, fill in exactly that name in the dialog box.
* Put this file on the server."
"When two sets of updates need to use the same directory, one of them has a
* in its
serverUrls description. When that is true, the first word of the
description is put on
the front of 'updates.list', and that is the index file used."
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