[macports-ports] branch master updated: brotli, py-brotli: Update to version 1.0.1
ryandesign at macports.org
Thu Sep 28 22:49:52 UTC 2017
On Sep 28, 2017, at 17:28, Rainer Müller wrote:
> On 09/28/2017 08:16 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>> -checksums rmd160 f1d09420f101da42f5886cf27e8b71f40a3e32a5 \
>>> - sha256 6bf32737e89fb96b2aab5f5421242ec22aa08ed08f8e28f35da117b068861b9b
>>> +checksums rmd160 16c144a60b014d8951ba93cf21d4e57c4cb17bbe \
>>> + sha256 6b7ce23429d8bb55b519a0fa546deed26c499b968e6a19cbc24ac466b8c50e73 \
>>> + size 23733914
>> "size" is a thing we can check in the checksums line? How did I not know this? :)
> I think it was added in 2.3.0, but so far it is not used much. I only started to
> add it to my ports now.
> Maybe this could later be used to give better download estimates, for example
> for an overall fetch size for all ports.
Ah! Or even for single-file downloads, for servers that don't tell curl the file size (e.g. GitHub).
If we want to recommend adding this value to ports, we should add it to default_checksum_types in portchecksum.tcl.
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