Highlights from 2022-09-21 release¶
All APIv2 code removed¶
In accordance with the APIv1 and APIv2 deprecation schedule. The last bits of APIv2 were removed from the codebase and as consequence, Copr service will no longer understand your APIv2 calls.
RPM download statistics¶
Fedora Copr build results have been served through the AWS CloudFront “proxy” for some time already. So it’s been a bit harder task to calculate the RPM download numbers (RHBZ 1483218).
The previous release brought several enhancements and fixes for the stats calculation mechanism but it wasn’t quite enough. This release comes with some final follow-ups. We are hoping to start counting the RPM downloads shortly after.
Minor UI improvements¶
In the project settings, the “Edit” button will now show only for enabled chroots
The build detail page now shows the build timeout value
If a build is a part of a batch, the detail page now shows a link for it
The user detail page now shows a link for the /user/repositories/