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Patch Packages

Onorio Catenacci
Hi all,

Does anyone know for sure if these patch packages are automatically deployed to the Erlang.org download page?  I mean the name of the exe on the page doesn't seem to change (it's still referring to 20.2) but the binary itself as judged by the SHA256 hash seems to have changed.  This is why I'm asking if these patch versions are automatically deployed.

Sorry--which I could point to a specific URL but I'm on my work network and for some goofy reason they block erlang.org so I can't get an exact URL.

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Re: Patch Packages

Henrik Nord X
Hi!

What exe are you talking about?
We do not patch the windows installers, or upload new ones unless there
are some major bug or patch.

The only versions on the site should be the ones from the planned patch
package OTP-20.2 

/Henrik

On tis, 2017-12-19 at 08:15 -0500, Onorio Catenacci wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Does anyone know for sure if these patch packages are automatically
> deployed to the Erlang.org download page?  I mean the name of the exe
> on the page doesn't seem to change (it's still referring to 20.2) but
> the binary itself as judged by the SHA256 hash seems to have
> changed.  This is why I'm asking if these patch versions are
> automatically deployed.
>
> Sorry--which I could point to a specific URL but I'm on my work
> network and for some goofy reason they block erlang.org so I can't
> get an exact URL. 
>
> -- 
> Onorio Catenacci
>  
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Re: Patch Packages

Onorio Catenacci
I would have been surprised if the exe were patched without changing the name but as I say for some reason the SHA256 hash that I generated a few days ago against 20.2 didn't match with the one that's currently there.  May be another issue--they (Chocolatey NuGet) seem to be having some issues with their servers so maybe their download had some issue.

I just wanted to rule out the otp_win32_20.2.exe and the otp_win64_20.2.exe being patched without me knowing it is all.  Thanks for the help!



On Tue, Dec 19, 2017 at 8:39 AM, Henrik Nord X <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi!

What exe are you talking about?
We do not patch the windows installers, or upload new ones unless there
are some major bug or patch.

The only versions on the site should be the ones from the planned patch
package OTP-20.2 

/Henrik

On tis, 2017-12-19 at 08:15 -0500, Onorio Catenacci wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Does anyone know for sure if these patch packages are automatically
> deployed to the Erlang.org download page?  I mean the name of the exe
> on the page doesn't seem to change (it's still referring to 20.2) but
> the binary itself as judged by the SHA256 hash seems to have
> changed.  This is why I'm asking if these patch versions are
> automatically deployed.
>
> Sorry--which I could point to a specific URL but I'm on my work
> network and for some goofy reason they block erlang.org so I can't
> get an exact URL. 
>
> -- 
> Onorio Catenacci
>  
> http://onor.io
> http://www.google.com/+OnorioCatenacci
>
> _______________________________________________
> erlang-questions mailing list
> [hidden email]
> http://erlang.org/mailman/listinfo/erlang-questions



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