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docs: borg list: guaranteed hashes #2123

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enkore opened this issue Feb 4, 2017 · 3 comments
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docs: borg list: guaranteed hashes #2123

enkore opened this issue Feb 4, 2017 · 3 comments

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@enkore
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@enkore enkore commented Feb 4, 2017

hashlib.algorithms_guaranteed was expanded with Python 3.6, so we should keep in mind to build the docs with 3.4, since that is our baseline.

@@ -84,14 +84,22 @@ The following keys are available for --format:
  - isomtime
  - isoctime
  - isoatime
 
+ - blake2b
+ - blake2s
  - md5
  - sha1
  - sha224
  - sha256
  - sha384
+ - sha3_224
+ - sha3_256
+ - sha3_384
+ - sha3_512
  - sha512
+ - shake_128
+ - shake_256
 
  - archiveid
  - archivename
  - extra: prepends {source} with " -> " for soft links and " link to " for hard links
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@ThomasWaldmann ThomasWaldmann commented Feb 4, 2017

... or document that these are only available on 3.6+.

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@enkore enkore commented Feb 4, 2017

"build the docs" ~ run build_usage... not actually building them. That one doesn't matter.

I think it would be sufficient to just not have them in the official docs. The local --help will tell what's exactly available on the local system.

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@ThomasWaldmann ThomasWaldmann commented Feb 4, 2017

ok, so the real change needed is in the development docs "how to make a release".

milkey-mouse added a commit to milkey-mouse/borg that referenced this issue Mar 8, 2017
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Python 3.6 added some new guaranteed hashing algorithms that will
show up as available in the docs even though the baseline for support
is Python 3.4; running build_usage with Python 3.4 will fix this.
enkore added a commit to milkey-mouse/borg that referenced this issue Mar 9, 2017
…p#2123)

Python 3.6 added some new guaranteed hashing algorithms that will
show up as available in the docs even though the baseline for support
is Python 3.4; running build_usage with Python 3.4 will fix this.

# Conflicts:
#	docs/development.rst
@enkore enkore closed this in 85a2d2f Mar 9, 2017
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