[RADIATOR] Upcoming changes in Radiator patch packaging

Michael Newton mnewton at pofp.com
Thu Mar 7 17:32:52 UTC 2019

Are there any plans for a hosted repository so updates could happen with a
simple 'yum upgrade' or 'apt-get upgrade'? At least with yum, it's easy
enough to have a username and password for a repo, I assume it's the same
with apt.


Michael Newton
Director, Product Development
Point of Presence Technologies

On Thu, 7 Mar 2019 at 09:52, Heikki Vatiainen <hvn at open.com.au> wrote:

> Radiator patches are used by many to track and test the changes between
> Radiator releases. Patches are currently made available as a single
> consolidated tar.gz archive. This archive is not a full Radiator
> package; it contains only the files that have changed since the latest
> release.
> In the near future patches will be available as prebuilt packages
> similar to recently updated Radiator release packages. The package
> formats are el7.rpm, deb, tgz and zip. Currently used consolidated
> tar.gz patch archive will no longer be created. A number of revisions
> will be kept available allowing for easier testing of changes one is
> interested in.
> These packages are available from the same download location as the
> current patch tar.gz archive.
> --
> Heikki Vatiainen <hvn at open.com.au>
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