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@smira smira released this May 14, 2018 · 64 commits to master since this release

This is regular release of aptly.

Support for "legacy" Contents indexes

Ubuntu up to and including 16.04 is using "old" layout for Contents indexes for package repositories, while Debian has already switched to the new layout. Now aptly generates both "old" and "new" Contents indexes to allow apt-file to work with repositories published with Ubuntu <= 16.04 (#667, #729)

Fall back to gpg1

aptly has two ways to sign published repositories: via external gpg command and using internal openpgp provider. Both of them support only GPG v1.x. To make it easier to support modern systems with GPG 2.x being installed by default, aptly tries to find GPG v1.x distribution by attempting to launch gpg1 binary if gpg is version 2.x (#734).

Changes

aptly repository has been moved to the org aptly-dev, and it's now being maintained by a team (https://github.com/orgs/aptly-dev/teams/maintainers/members)

repo.aptly.info repository key has been rotated (#717)

AWS SDK & other libraries were upgraded (#728)

Speed up Contents indexes generation (#707)

aptly binaries are built with Go 1.10, aptly drops support for Go 1.7

Shell completion function for zsh was added to the repo (#703)

Bugfixes

Fix error message truncating endpoint name in aptly publish drop (#711, #713)

Fix Acquire-by-Hash index cleanup (#705, #706)

Fix setting Acquire-by-Hash in the publishing API (#696)

Fix Acquire-by-Hash in S3 publishing mode (#692, #697)

Fix data race in API mode (#686, #688)

Fix reading of long fields in Package stanzas (#738)

Download

Debian packages and binary distributions for various platforms are available at https://www.aptly.info/download/

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