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    • Dylan Baker's avatar
      release: Remove MD5 and SHA1 sums from announce email · 8cd77d79
      Dylan Baker authored
      These are old and insecure. We already provide sha256 and sha512 hashes,
      so removing these shouldn't be a problem. Sha1 is still used by jh, and
      I don't know what to do there, so I've left the program, but removed it
      from the announce template.
      8cd77d79
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    • Adam Jackson's avatar
      release.sh: Make project slug detection a bit more robust · 82bfede8
      Adam Jackson authored
      
      
      Typical gitlab remote urls look like:
      
          git@gitlab.freedesktop.org:xorg/driver/xf86-video-v4l.git
      
      The existing code would fail to parse this, because it looks for /xorg/
      not :xorg/. So first, fix the match pattern. After that we'd break down
      the slug wrong because we're counting /s wrong. Rather than carefully
      know how many to care about: reverse the string, pick out the first two
      fields from that, and reverse the result, so we're always picking off
      the last two fields of the URL whatever it is.
      Signed-off-by: Adam Jackson's avatarAdam Jackson <ajax@redhat.com>
      82bfede8
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    • Adam Jackson's avatar
      add-gitlab-merge-requests: Add · 5349da3c
      Adam Jackson authored
      This trick makes the gitlab merge requests heads show up as branches
      under their own remote (normally named 'merge-requests'). This means you
      can follow a module's development with:
      
      $ git fetch merge-requests
      
      Also git-describe and git-log decorations become more informative, etc.
      5349da3c
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