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2016-12-14: abf: pull request

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Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. The try-finally is useless here. Copy is not going to throw. Infact AllocHGlobal is the one that can throw that's outside the scope - though it's not needed to handle it.

Just simple statements will do, since if OutOfMemory is thrown, the application will have to react to it anyway. Throwing exceptions on a native API that indicates an error result is a no no. Instead, a better design would be to make it return a bool if IntPtr is zero, so the application can act in whichever way it deems necessary.

The default of string is null. I'd try to be explicit, so there are less chances of confusion of a consumer thinking it'll always return a string, and it's more readable. Just don't initialise it instead, and move it into the if statement. Just return a null in the end.

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Backporting ABFS driver from trunk to branch 2.0

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For example, in order to clone Git repository of the 0ad project from the import group using abf. You can also edit files in Git repositories directly in ABF web interface. In order to explore project Git repository using ABF web interface, you should simply go to the project page.

By default, the "Code" section will be displayed with Git repository content corresponding to default project branch. In the upper part of the window you will be able to see the following elements:.

In ABF, we do not encourage storing of binary files in Git repositories. This leads to large repository sizes and makes the clone processes slower. At the same time it doesn't make much sense to store binary files in version control system, since you cannot actually track modifications of their content and compare or merge different versions.

The file store server allows to upload files and to extract them by their hash sums computed using SHA1 algorithm. Binary files should be uploaded to file store, and Git repository should only contain a special.

Files should be listed in the sources section, for example:. When ABF starts a project build, it first analyzes. And since the old versions of binary files are not removed from file store, you can always download versions of binary files corresponding to particular branch, tag or even commit.

Note that when ABF console client launches the "put command i. When a project is created from SRPM package, biary files are automatically uploaded to file store, as well.

The build is performed using spec file located at the root of Git repository. If Git doesn't contain any spec files or contain several spec files, then ABF will refuse to build the project. A package can be built to personal repository of its owner either group or user and to repositories to which it was explicitly added. In order to add project to repository, you should go to repository's platform settings see ABF: Platform Management for details. To start project build from its page, go to the "Files" tab and press the "New build" button.

On the appeared page you should choose target platform and repository for which the project will be builtbranch or tag of Git repository that will be used for the build and hardware architectures for which the package should be created. When you chooses target repository, then platform, branch and architectures will be chosen automatically on the basis of target platform settings. However, you can change the settings chosen automatically - in particular, you can build a package for for repository using a branch associated with another repository or build a package for a platform that by default uses packages from another group.

Then you should specify update type it is used by package managers in users' systems - for example, to give users possibility to install only security updates and skip new packages.

If needed, you can use additional repositories and results of other builds not yet published to any repository - this is useful when repositories used by default do not contain all packages necessary for the build. Note that you can use repositories of personal platforms only if you create a build for another personal platform. To add extra repository, specify its platform name, choose repository from the list appeared and press "Add". In the "Extra params" section one can specify additional arguments that will be passed to the tools that form build chroot and actually build packages e.

After the build is launched, you will be redirected to the task monitoring page where you will be able to view build tasks corresponding to your project.

You can also track status of builds of any projects at the "Task monitoring" page in the ABF main menu. You can use filters in the upper part of monitoring window to track status of projects satisfying certain criteria.

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Kazrajin

Ich habe nachgedacht und hat die Mitteilung gelöscht