[mirrorbrain-announce] 2.13.1 released (small regression + improvements)

From: Peter Pml <peter_at_poeml.de>
Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2010 04:50:15 +0200

This is a minor release, adding some improvements and fixing a bug that
slipped into the last release.

A reminder up front:
If you are still on 2.12.x, read the notes on upgrading to 2.13.x:

mb edit:
  It had become impossible to remove an URL by setting it to an empty
  string. The fix for http://mirrorbrain.org/issues/issue30 was the
  culprit. This was a regression that came with the last release
  (2.13.0) and it's fixed now.

mb list/edit/show/...:
  In some situations, the fuzzy-matching on mirror identifiers made it
  impossible to select certain mirrors. Phillip Smith reported this
  issue and submitted a clever patch, which retains the convenient
  behaviour, but also allows for selection mirrors by their full name.
  This fixes http://mirrorbrain.org/issues/issue61

mb scan:
  Scanning lighttpd web servers is now supported. Thanks to patch
  contributed by Phillip Smith. This fixes

There are also a few changes regarding packaging:

* Thanks to the work of Phillip Smith, there are now packages for Arch
  Linux and the ArchServer distribution.

* On Debian and Ubuntu, the mirrorbrain user and group are now
  automatically created by the package, as well as /var/log/mirrorbrain.
  This simplifies the installation procedure and fixes issue 4.

* Thanks to the help of Cory Fields, the 2.12 -> 2.13.x upgrade now
  works seamlessly on Debian/Ubuntu. Fixing

Release notes:

Have fun,

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