Getdown v1.6.4 Release NotesRelease Date: 2017-09-17 // about 4 years ago
digest2.txt) computation now uses parallel jobs. Each resource to be verified is a single job and the jobs are doled out to a thread pool with #CPUs threads. This allows large builds to proceed faster as most dev machines have more than one core.
Resource verification is now performed in parallel (similar to the
digest.txtcomputation, each resource is a job farmed out to a thread pool). For large installations on multi-core machines, this speeds up the verification phase of an installation or update.
0️⃣ Socket reads now have a 30 second default timeout. This can be changed by passing
-Dread_timeout=N(where N is seconds) to the JVM running Getdown.
🛠 Fixed issue with failing to install a downloaded and validated
➕ Added support for "strict comments". In this mode, Getdown only treats
#as starting a comment if it appears in column zero. This allows
#to occur on the right hand side of configuration values (like in file names). To enable, put
strict_comments = truein your