1. 13 Aug, 2018 2 commits
  2. 09 Aug, 2018 1 commit
  3. 08 Aug, 2018 3 commits
    • Hugo Lefeuvre's avatar
      packaging: fix oci regression (s/$OS/$ID/) · c4069bff
      Hugo Lefeuvre authored and Sébastien Blin's avatar Sébastien Blin committed
       introduced a major regression breaking ring-all's oci
      feature: incorrect $OS variable was used instead of $ID.
      Change-Id: Ice1866affa649cf7d3f560a9cb6d4a25ea5c1551
      Reviewed-by: Sébastien Blin's avatarSebastien Blin <sebastien.blin@savoirfairelinux.com>
    • Hugo Lefeuvre's avatar
      packaging: fix issues with oci on Linux Mint · f737fa7b
      Hugo Lefeuvre authored and Adrien Béraud's avatar Adrien Béraud committed
      ring-all automatically registers
      (id and version_id from os-release) as a trusted source. This is
      perfectly fine as long as the package is installed on an officially
      supported system, but if the package is installed on an unsupported
      system (e.g. Linux Mint) the installed source will be wrong even if
      even if the package is expected to work.
      This patch addresses this issue by adding if else if else statements
      handling all possible cases. This is not as pretty as before but it
      makes sure we handle all cases properly.
      Change-Id: I25167e013c56b212f7d59275419921cd0732de17
      Gitlab: #490
    • Hugo Lefeuvre's avatar
      packaging: build again ring client binary package · c79ae4d4
      Hugo Lefeuvre authored
      Recent packaging changes removed the ring binary package from ring.cx
      and replaced it by ring-all. This is because it doesn't make sense to
      most end users to install daemon and client separately. However this
      change has broken compatibility with the previous packaging policy, at
      the very least because we didn't provide a transition package.
      There are two solutions:
      1. Provide a transition package
      2. Build ring binary package again
      Both should work well but 2. has better compatibility with official
      Debian/Ubuntu packaging so we opt for this one.
      Change-Id: I556ae580126038de7077f91b137adbf1046d59e4
  4. 06 Aug, 2018 2 commits
  5. 02 Aug, 2018 1 commit
  6. 26 Jul, 2018 2 commits
    • Hugo Lefeuvre's avatar
      packaging: Debian packaging update · 2ae32538
      Hugo Lefeuvre authored and Sébastien Blin's avatar Sébastien Blin committed
      Backport various fixes from Alexandre's work on the official Debian
      Debian packaging:
      * Add missing libqt5sql5-sqlite dependency
      * Various copyright updates
      * Update Standards-Version
      * Priority optional (extra is deprecated now)
      * Update Vcs-* fields
      * Add missing copyright entry
      * Remove useless gbp.conf file (only meaningful when using
        git-buildpackage in a git-buildpackage compatible repo which is
        not the case here)
      Packaging scripts:
      * Remove Ubuntu 14.04 and 15.10 related code
      * Various copyright updates
      * Set e-mail address before generating changelog entry
      Change-Id: I18e523422d16fe129cf6773ab01a99b00232a5bb
      Gitlab: #481
      Reviewed-by: Sébastien Blin's avatarSebastien Blin <sebastien.blin@savoirfairelinux.com>
    • Hugo Lefeuvre's avatar
      packaging: install repo and keys · c902ea1b
      Hugo Lefeuvre authored and Sébastien Blin's avatar Sébastien Blin committed
      Currently it is very difficult for non-power-users to get Ring
      automatically updated when using the Debian package from the website.
      This is because configuring the Ring package repository requires
      command line operations.
      We want the Ring Debian/Ubuntu/whatever-Debian-based package (the
      one from the website, not the official one from the Debian archive)
      to make sure Ring's repository url and GnuPG key are installed as
      trusted source together with the binaries so that Ring gets
      transparently updated along with system updates.
      In order to do that, we have to change some things from the official
      package we have in the Debian archive:
      * we need to provide both daemon and client in a single ring-all
      package. Otherwise we will not be able to provide a one-click install
      (users would have to install daemon and client in two separate steps
      and that doesn't make much sense to non-geek users).
      So, replace ring by ring-all and keep building ring-daemon as before
      (we still want to provide daemon-only packages).
      * we need to add prerm and postinst scripts which will take care of
      installing the repo and keys (and this has to be done in different
      ways depending on the distribution) in the ring-all case.
      Also, remove transition package ring-gnome which has already
      disappeared from the Debian package some time ago.
      Change-Id: I34d5e5ba000d5d750c8db55c65b536a237a738b5
      Reviewed-by: Sébastien Blin's avatarSebastien Blin <sebastien.blin@savoirfairelinux.com>
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  17. 06 Apr, 2018 1 commit
  18. 26 Feb, 2018 1 commit
  19. 16 Jan, 2018 2 commits
    • Alexandre Lision's avatar
      make-ring: cleanup unnecessary strings · 2adcfaa7
      Alexandre Lision authored
      Distributions names are hardcoded across various functions. We have a
      couple of arrays listing distros but they were not put to use through
      the file
      to replace the hardcoded strings
      Change-Id: Iab00585d62e94808e476db11d93e824153a8011b
    • Alexandre Lision's avatar
      make-ring: cleanup arrays · c7336d3f
      Alexandre Lision authored
      Merge ubuntu and debian dependencies array since all elements are common
      (as they should)
      Do not use distro names for dependencies arrays, but stick with package
      manager systems (dnf, apt, zypper...)
      Change-Id: I46036114240812bb9b7c2d843519afa32428db27
  20. 12 Jan, 2018 1 commit
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  25. 28 Nov, 2017 1 commit
    • Anthony Léonard's avatar
      win32: fix build on Fedora >26 · eb9e32a9
      Anthony Léonard authored
      Default QMake configuration in mingw packages has changed since
      Fedora 26 and some modifications are required in order to make the
      ring client able to compile on it:
       - Change QMake spec from "win32-g++" to "mingw-w64-g++" which links
         with libqt5main.dll instead of the wrong libqtmain.dll.
      With this patch, the client shouldn't be able to compile anymore on
      Fedora <26. The corresponding patch in "client-windows" is also
      required as parts of the fix include modifications of the project
      Change-Id: I7c8c6ac028c1bccc824691e8974a93569fb6bb9c
      Reviewed-by: default avatarOlivier Soldano <olivier.soldano@savoirfairelinux.com>
  26. 27 Nov, 2017 1 commit
  27. 07 Nov, 2017 1 commit
    • Romain Bertozzi's avatar
      make-ring.py: support iOS installation · dca37f00
      Romain Bertozzi authored
      This commit adds the support for the iOS platform in the installation
      Until now, ./make-ring --install --distribution iOS did not work as
      expected and triggered a non-working compilation.
      Tuleap: #1745
      Change-Id: Ic181e280dbcf4ea4713d5cef38f4fdf5c710b570
  28. 29 Aug, 2017 1 commit
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