I've added two new reports to the "repo
reports". They each compare their version, with the version to what
it was in Luna SR2a.
The new reports look like those below.
The reports are not easy to read, and
have other quirks, but thought it important and useful to show what I have
In particular, about 20 features and
50 bundles "decrease" in value. So, that's pretty bad. I've listed
current "decreasing" ones in bug
- Several features and bundles (about 20) have decreased version, since
We can certainly improve the report in the long run, but
for now, please see Bug 467155
and fix any that decrease.
versions compared to reference repository This report goes through the repo, looking for "groups"
(features) and tabulates the comparison to reference repository. The comparisons
to pay most attention to are those that "decrease" from last
release, to the current release.
versions compared to reference repository Similar to the "Feature versions" report, this
report scans the repo, looking for "non-groups" (bundles) and
tabulates the comparison to reference repository. The comparisons to pay
most attention to are those that "decrease" from last release,
to the current release. Note: this report does not correctly handle cases
where there are more than one version of a bundle in the repo. Sometimes
those are not valid to have anyway, but sometimes it is valid, and this
report does not have enough logic to know what to do with those that occur
with same ID, but multiple versions. You can usually just ignore those
cmparisons in this report.