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Re: where to report out-of-date jigdo package references?



On 3/10/2009 7:01 PM, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Mar 2009, Rahul Sundaram wrote:

>> Robert P. J. Day wrote:

>>>   ah, so if i hit an out-of-date package reference, i need only edit
>>> the downloaded jigdo file, bring it up to date, and restart jigdo?
>> Correct.

>   that doesn't appear to work, as rerunning the "pyjigdo" command
> restarts *everything*, including downloading the original jigdo file.
> and i don't see a pyjigdo option that says "resume" or something like
> that.  am i just not seeing it?


Another Hmmm... from me. I have not used "pyjigdo" but what I
recommended worked with a straight jigdo. Jigdo-lite actually.

Sorry. My bad. I did not know that they are that different.
-- 


  David


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