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    • Balasankar "Balu" C's avatar
      474d430f
    • Jason Plum's avatar
      scripts: add version mapping automation v1 · bc1b1f3e
      Jason Plum authored
      Add `class VersionMappingDoc` to `manage_version.rb`
      
      Built around RDoc, this class handles the updating of the version
      mapping table in `doc/installation/version_mappings.md`.
      
      Process:
      
      - load `version_mappings.md`
      - locate and store a copy of the table (RDoc::Markup::Paragraph)
      - allow inserting a version to the top, if not already present
      - write back to `version_mappings.md`
      
      NOTE: currently, the output document is very poorly transformed.
      RDoc::Markup::ToMarkdown butchers the output severely.
      
      Missing:
      
      - table entry ordering
      - proper output formatting
      
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      bc1b1f3e
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    • DJ Mountney's avatar
      Fix some issues with the script used to bump chart versions · ecc854d4
      DJ Mountney authored
      Only fetch gitaly / shell version if the script was not provided a new
      gitlab version. (For the case where we are only releasing chart changes)
      
      Also switch the version fetcher to use open-uri for fetching the
      versions rather than just Net::Http
      
      This will actually error properly if it gets a bad status code, and will
      also follow redirects.
      
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      ecc854d4
  22. 06 Jun, 2018 1 commit