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Subject: [setup - the official Cygwin setup program] branch topic/fix-local-install, created. release_2.889-12-g1cf5673
Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2018 21:34:00 -0000	[thread overview]
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commit 1cf5673be9e020ace012ac5add6c6fcaa144954a
Author: Jon Turney <>
Date:   Tue Mar 6 16:17:30 2018 +0000

    Always give the fake root category the name 'All'
    After we rearranged things in 0c539f7f, it's now too early to tell if we
    have any packages or not.
    The only thing about this category that is ever used is it's name, so we
    don't actually need to use the real 'All' category here.
    Saying 'No packages found' was never particularly helpful here, so just use
    a fake category with the fixed name 'All'.;h=e8cc45429a153c2a815b63e894ea8f348e19cdbb

commit e8cc45429a153c2a815b63e894ea8f348e19cdbb
Author: Jon Turney <>
Date:   Tue Mar 6 14:56:40 2018 +0000

    Fix packagemeta::ScanDownloadedFiles
    packagemeta::scan clears the site list if the package was not found, and
    packagemeta::ScanDownloadedFiles uses packageversion::accessible() to check
    Instead communicate via a return value
    empty packages were always inaccessible, even though we returned early from
    scan() without clearing the sites list, so return false in that case;h=19eee3c1e78288a2174b1269e2a843147ecda310

commit 19eee3c1e78288a2174b1269e2a843147ecda310
Author: Jon Turney <>
Date:   Tue Mar 6 15:48:03 2018 +0000

    Update .gitignore;h=ec5992842a21868f542686031bc1f271d7037de7

commit ec5992842a21868f542686031bc1f271d7037de7
Author: Jon Turney <>
Date:   Fri Jan 19 15:36:03 2018 +0000

    Add setup-minimum-version: to setup.ini
    This allows setup.ini to require a certain setup version, rather than advise
    a newer version when one is available.
    Unfortunately, versions of setup prior to this one don't implement this, but
    at least we have this going forward.
    When we want to start using this, we can break backwards compatibility with
    even older setup in a less clean way, simply by using setup.ini grammar that
    they can't parse.

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