This patch wrecked my install and provied no clear path to a fix. The proported fix of running `make install` did not work, the man pages and commit message provided no insight to an upgrade path, and I was 10 minutes into reading the code to figure it out before I decided this patchset was merged too early and reverted it. When we make big, breaking changes like that, the documentation needs to be superb, users need to be presented with a clear upgrade path, and the patchset needs to be thoroughly tested. If we're going to break people's installations we need to be extremely fucking clear on how they can unbreak them, and be certain that the steps, when followed, will actually work.
Sorry, that's my mistake. Also I just saw that I messed up during the rebase so that the commit appeared under my name instead of Srivathsan's... that was not my intention either. So, blame's on me, won't happen again. Kind regards, Reto
For what it's worth, I got it working on my system, with no knowledge of Go (copied the templates and sample config), and thought that this update looked great. On Thu, 28 May 2020, at 3:35 PM, Drew DeVault wrote: > This patch wrecked my install and provied no clear path to a fix.