[PD] Automatic upload from CI to Deken

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Thu Oct 19 11:10:35 CEST 2017

On 2017-10-18 22:49, Antoine Villeret wrote:
> back on this more than 2 months later...
> so I setup travis to upload ossia package to deken on tagged commit.

i noticed that the ossia packages lack a license.

also the source packages are just huge (175MB), and they contain
- the entire (git) history of libossia
- twenty-one (21) 3rd party modules
  - the entire (git) history of each 3rd party module

luckily the source package does *not* include the source code (and full
git history) of all dependencies (like libc++ and gcc) ;-/

it seems that the source archive is a pristine recursive checkout of the
git repository (which is good enough).

but: would it be possible to trim down the size of the source package?
e.g. something like `git archive` (possibly plus an addition of which
revisions of the various 3rd party submodules were used).

this should trim down the source package to <9MB (less than 5% of the
current sources).


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