Interface::x11 vs X11::application
bensmail at gmx.net
Mon Jun 8 19:04:32 UTC 2015
[@Enrico] Please reply to this message, the other was sent from the
> I thought of a trick that can help with renaming tags:
> 1. Add the new tag to the vocabulary, wait a day for the site to pick
> it up.
> 2. Add the new tag to all packages that have the old tag:
> $ wget http://debtags.debian.net/exports/unstable-tags
> $ tagcoll grep old::tag unstable-tags -i|sed -e 's/$/: +new::tag/' > /tmp/patch
> $ debtags-submit-patch /tmp/patch
> 3. Verify on the website that the packages do have the new tag.
> 4. Remove the old tag from the vocabulary.
I followed your steps and it worked well. However, after 4.) I do not
know, where the patch went. The result does not show on the
debtags-editor. Probably it has to be reviewed manually, but I don't
have a login at the review portal.
Enrico: can you tell us, where the tag-data is ultimately stored
(debtags.debian.net/ seems not a Debian machine)? Which file does the
web-based editor work on (the results are instantly visible). Which file
does patched submitted through debtags-submit-patch go to?
I would like the updated tag data to be processed quickly so I can
remove x11::application and interface::x11 without a lot of new tagging
happening in between.
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