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Title: Train of Thoughts
Train of Thoughts
Train of Thoughts
Ralf S. Engelschall #039;s Train of Thoughts
RPM 5.1 released
April 14th, 2008 by Ralf S. Engelschall
RPM Package Manager (RPM) version 5.1.0 was released today. RPM 5.1 is the second major release of RPM 5 and incorporates over 300 distinguished fixes and improvements which were made since the release of RPM 5.0 in January 2008.
Most notably, RPM 5.1.0 provides many additional macro and Lua scripting functionality (UUID generation, path resolution, text-processing, etc), supports initial path-to-repository expansions on the command line ( #8220;+N-V-R.A #8221;), provides additional output format specifiers on querying ( #8220;:sqlescape #8221;, #8220;:utf8 #8243;, #8220;:cdata #8221;, etc), provides an RPM 4 compatibility C API, and additionally ships with new utilities ( #8220;rpmdigest #8221;, #8220;rpmgrep #8221;, etc) and many more.
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Category: OpenPKG, RPM |
Tags: OpenPKG, RPM |
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CVS is not as bad as its evil reputation #8230;
January 27th, 2008 by Ralf S. Engelschall
Many Open Source projects, including FreeBSD, OpenPKG, RPM5, etc., for historical reasons even in 2008 still use the old Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 鈥 a popular Version Control System (VCS) of the #8217;90s.
At its zenith, CVS was the ultimative king, as it really dwarfed the older RCS or even the ancient SCCS. CVS was revolutionary because of its #8220;checkout and commit at any time, resolve conflicts later on demand #8221; instead of the #8220;exclusively lock in advance for conflict-free checkout and commit #8221; approach of other VCS. CVS also provided nice global symbolic revision and branch tags on top of the per-file revisions and branches, a consistent command line interface, and many more. Hence, in the #8217;90s CVS was really everywhere.
But in the last 8 years the VCS world changed dramatically: today we have the more #8220;modern #8221; Subversion, Git, Mercurial, Monotone, Bazaar #8230; and now everybody considers CVS to be #8220;just bad #8221; and everybody still using it to be just #8220;technology agnostic #8221;.
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Category: Hacking, Musing |
Tags: CVS, VCS |
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Respond versus
January 6th, 2008 by Ralf S. Engelschall
Unfortunately, there seems to be still great confusion about the #8220;official #8221; RPM. Although I #8217;m strongly biased, let me tell you my personal point of view #8230;
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Category: Hacking, OpenPKG |
Tags: RPM |
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RPM Package Manager (RPM) version 5.0.0 released
January 5th, 2008 by Ralf S. Engelschall
After seven months of comprehensive development, I #8217;ve today branched RPM 5.0 in the CVS repository, rolled RPM 5.0.0 release tarball and announced the availability of this brand-new RPM version with an official press release.
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Category: OpenPKG |
Tags: OpenPKG, RPM |
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Blind Alley of Data
December 16th, 2007 by Ralf S. Engelschall
I don #8217;t know whether you once thought about the following interesting fact: many people in the IT are really exited about easy branching in version control, data replication for database/directory systems, hot-standby services in server computing, etc #8230; But wouldn #8217;t you really expect that those people actually better be excited about multi-master support for database/directory systems, real clustering of servers and subsequent branch merging in version control? Do you already see the major difference here? If not, let me describe in more detail why I think people are without any reason excited about blind alley approaches #8230;
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Category: Musing |
Tags: branching, clustering, merging, replication |
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FreeBSD 7 ready for production
December 15th, 2007 by Ralf S. Engelschall
Our lovely FreeBSD operating system officially is still at BETA stage during the release engineering for version 7.0, but experience in practice show that it is now really ready to be used in production environments.
do my online class
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RPM 5.0 and OpenPKG in 2008
December 15th, 2007 by Ralf S. Engelschall
With the RPM 5 project team we are in the middle of the official release engineering phase for RPM 5.0. Details of the proposed release engineering roadmap for RPM 5.0 can be found under The latest step towards RPM 5.0.0 (scheduled for release in January 2008) is the release of RPM 5.0b2 today. Find it under the files area
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This is Train of Thoughts, the private BLOG dedicated to
announcements, discussions, little ponderings, musings and hacks of
Ralf S. Engelschall, an independent computer scientist and Unix developer.
Computer science isn't about computers any more
than astronomy is about telescopes.
mdash; Edsger W. Dijkstra
It's not enough to be a great programmer;
you have to find a great problem.
mdash; Charles Simonyi
Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes.
Art is knowing which ones to keep.
mdash; Scott Adams, "The Dilbert Principle"
The idea is to fall and miss the ground.
mdash; Douglas Adams, "A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"
Every good work of software starts by
scratching a developer's personal itch.
mdash; Eric S. Raymond, "The Cathedral and the Bazaar"
Never be afraid to try something new.
Remember, amateurs built the ark.
Professionals built the Titanic. mdash; unknown
The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one
persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress
depends on the unreasonable man. mdash; George Bernard Shaw
Basically, perfect development is impossible.
Development can be fast, good, and cheap.
Pick two. mdash; Larry Wall
Do what you feel in your heart to be right mdash;
for you'll be criticized anyway. You'll be damned if you do,
and damned if you don't. mdash; Eleanor Roosevelt
I'd like to thank all the little people who helped make
this possible, but I can't, because I did it all myself.
mdash; Herman Monster

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