Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2013 14:46:13 -0400 From: Zvi Gilboa <zg7s@...rvices.virginia.edu> To: <musl@...ts.openwall.com> Subject: Re: tool: musl-pbs On 04/13/2013 10:52 AM, Isaac Dunham wrote: > On Fri, 12 Apr 2013 20:38:10 -0400 > Zvi Gilboa <zg7s@...rvices.virginia.edu> wrote: > >> *musl-pbs-update: >> *--> obtains information from http://wiki.musl-libc.org/wiki/Pkgsrc_results > ..which is not the primary location, FYI. Certainly. The Wiki results page indicates the version from which it has been generated (with a link to Snowflake), and the Wiki's main page has a link to http://musl.codu.org/pkgsrc-results. > >> --> will be automatically executed upon the first run of *musl-pbs >> *-->**creates *musl-pbs.src* (plain text) in the user's $HOME folder >> --> dependencies: /wget/, /html2text/ > > Scrape http://musl.codu.org/pkgsrc-results and retrieve the last link. > You get pkgsrc results as text, in a compressed tarball. > (There are also a few analyses in the tarball, such as priority of various failures to build) Could the latest results (as text and/or tarball) perhaps have a permanent web address? That was my main reason for choosing the Wiki page. In http://musl.codu.org/pkgsrc-results, the text "pkgsrc-results" appears several times prior to the link, which makes extracting it from the source less trivial (find "breakdown" + extra parsing hocus pocus...) Given a permanent address (or other easy way to obtain the link to the tarball), the tool could easily be extended to display information from mdv.txt and/or summary.txt
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