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Re: stable releases


Cody, please go here: https://launchpad.net/granite/0.x/0.1.1 and use the Add Download File option. The new package will appear in the downloads section.

To create the tarball, you should use make dist from granite's build directory.

I didn't do this the day we released granite 0.1.1 because I accidentally deleted my PGP keys and therefore I wasn't able to sign the file.

On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 6:51 AM, Pim Vullers <pim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 10/30/12 12:45, Cody Garver wrote: 
> I made an archive for Granite on release but I can't figure out how to 
> update the old download link. Any idea? 

The download link on the project page shows the newest download 
available in the downloads section. So the question is, how to upload 
the archive to the download section. This should do it: 


> On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 3:50 AM, Pim Vullers > > wrote: 
> I'm happy to see the launchpad announcement of the various releases 
> related to the elementary OS. However, thus far they we're not 
> accompanied by fresh downloads at the launchpad downloads page. 
> For Maya and Granite I've filed bugs for this, but with this mail I hope 
> to inform the developers that not everybody uses the stable PPA (which 
> is what I suppose to be the location the releases are made in), to get 
> the elementary applications and libraries. It would therefore be helpful 
> when a release is accompanied by at least a source tarball in the 
> launchpad downloads section of the corresponding project. 

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