Started by Frank, July 05, 2018, 07:11:52 AM
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Quote from: jamespetts on July 05, 2018, 09:52:13 AMThank you for your feedback. I am not sure that I entirely follow what you write, however. Do you mean that the published version numbers (e.g. 0.9.3) do not increment every time that there is a change in the underlying pakset? The reason for this is that I have not found any way of doing this automatically, and manual updating is so laborious as to make it impractical at every minor change. Are you aware of any realistic way of automating this process fully?...
Quote from: jamespetts on July 05, 2018, 09:52:13 AM....As to the final comment, I am not sure that I follow this - when you write that Extended does not know where the texts are currently, may I ask to what part of the code that you are referring? I am not aware of any part of the code itself that checks for texts in a specific place: rather, the code simply expects to find the texts in the relevant folder.
Quote from: jamespetts on July 05, 2018, 09:52:13 AM...Github repositories will always have a commit number. The code itself uses the commit number as the version number, so has an updated commit number in the code automatically for every commit. I have not found any way of doing this for the pakset. However, if an external system or service wishes to query the repository and extract from it a version number, there is no reason in principle that the Git commit number cannot be used for these purposes. ...
Quote from: Frank on July 05, 2018, 10:30:21 AMYes and can you tell me which order the applicable versions have?
git describe --tags
echo "extended-125071cextended-33b9198extended-5cc69eeextended-61f000dextended-93fabe7extended-a3d5028extended-eac7640" | cut -b 10- | xargs git describe --tags | sort -nr
Quote from: ACarlotti on July 06, 2018, 07:06:06 AM....Regarding the translations, I think the question still remains of how new translations are incorporated (or not) into Extended. (I haven't looked into this at al yet either for Standard or Extended; perhaps I'll be able to answer this question myself later.)