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Feature #59

Make existing fixes available in Hydrilla format

Added by koszko over 1 year ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
High
Assignee:
-
Start date:
07/02/2021
Due date:
07/02/2021
% Done:

100%

Estimated time:

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Some fixes are currently bundled with Hachette. We should make them accessible to Hydrilla under /var/lib/hydrilla/content/.


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Follows Haketilo - Feature #17: enable the extension to automatically fetch script substitutes from the repoClosed07/01/2021

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Updated by jahoti over 1 year ago

Do you mean bundling them as part of the package for a package manager? I just converted them to the Hydrilla format and then realized I have no idea what to do with them...

Updated by koszko over 1 year ago

Perhaps bundling as part of Hydrilla package but rather making them into a separate package. Anyway, It boils down to having them packagable as .deb (also other package formats at some point).

Unfortunately, this will only make sense once I finish https://hachettebugs.koszko.org/issues/17

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Updated by koszko over 1 year ago

  • Due date set to 07/02/2021
  • Start date changed from 07/22/2021 to 07/02/2021
  • Follows Feature #17: enable the extension to automatically fetch script substitutes from the repo added

Updated by koszko over 1 year ago

  • % Done changed from 0 to 10

Do you still have those converted fixes somewhere? As Hachette (from my branch) is now able to install scripts from Hydrilla, there's nothing that stops us from serving them. For any future fixes you come up with, you can push them here: https://git.koszko.org/hachette-fixes-demo/

For now I am manually copying the fixes from repo to Hydrilla's search dir on the server. I can instead set up a cron job to do that if you think it would be useful

Updated by jahoti over 1 year ago

Do you still have those converted fixes somewhere? As Hachette (from my branch) is now able to install scripts from Hydrilla, there's nothing that stops us from serving them. For any future fixes you come up with, you can push them here: https://git.koszko.org/hachette-fixes-demo/

I think they're somewhere; if I can't find them, they shouldn't take too long to reconstruct (especially by scripting the task).

For now I am manually copying the fixes from repo to Hydrilla's search dir on the server. I can instead set up a cron job to do that if you think it would be useful

Unless there's a particular difficulty involved with that, I think it would be useful.

As a secondary matter, should we keep both the Hachette- and Hydrilla-fix repositories or would it be better to automatically generate fixes in one format from the other?

Updated by koszko over 1 year ago

  • Priority changed from Normal to High

For now I am manually copying the fixes from repo to Hydrilla's search dir on the server. I can instead set up a cron job to do that if you think it would be useful

Unless there's a particular difficulty involved with that, I think it would be useful.

Ok, I'll do that

As a secondary matter, should we keep both the Hachette- and Hydrilla-fix repositories or would it be better to automatically generate fixes in one format from the other?

We could generate Hachette format from Hydrilla format. Actually, I thought Hydrilla would be "the" source to install from, without need to care about Hachette format anymore. Well, if needed, it could be obtained by installing script from Hydrilla and then exporting it.

We can consider format translation an additional feature to add at some point: https://hachettebugs.koszko.org/issues/74

Update: I just set up a cron job to run every 10 minutes. You can check if it works by committing some Hydrilla-format fix :)

Updated by jahoti over 1 year ago

Update: I just set up a cron job to run every 10 minutes. You can check if it works by committing some Hydrilla-format fix :)

Sorry I got distracted from doing that previously! It's coming ASAP.

Updated by koszko over 1 year ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed
  • % Done changed from 10 to 100

Long done

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