On 19/01/2020 13:23, Sebastian Humenda wrote:
Einhard Leichtfuß schrieb am 19.01.2020, 3:24 +0100:
On 18/01/2020 18:58, Alyssa Ross wrote:
Did they change or did they not? For me it reads contradicting.
The hashes on <https://download.freedict.org/dictionaries/> definitely
For each of eng-deu, deu-eng, eng-fra and fra-eng, the checksum of the
source changed. In the API (the json file), the checksums remain the
old ones (assuming this has not been fixed yet).
Since I still had the old source files for eng-deu and deu-eng, I
verified that only metadata (timestamps inside the tarball) had changed.
For eng-fra and fra-eng in contrast, there was real change, as reported
I have not yet implemented this yet, but this is tracked in freedict/tools
#19. Help welcome :). It is basically some make logic + not using
distutils.version.StrictVersion in the API generator.
I have tried to establish semantic versioning for our project, but that
not include build numbers. The issue is that if our tooling has a bug, the
sources are **not** touched and we would need to add a pointless header to
each source file that this release is just for the sake of a changed tool
Therefore the note about the re-release was added to the web site.
Just to be sure: The *.src.tar.xz files are considered such sources, right?
Yes, these are sources. The .dict* or *.slob files are export formats.