Sorry, i created tickets with a different email address: myrobmail(a)gmail.com.
These are: #414 and #415. The first reports the fact bodhi ignores limit values
when they are larger than 1000; the second one describes a possible enhancement,
giving to zero value the mean of ignoring completely the limit.
I tried to do some modifications of the code to overcome the issue but bodhi still
displays at least 1000 entries for a query. If this setting is enforced at server side,
my solution is to submit multiple queries which will have as result a smaller number of
entries; for example, using the submitted date as criteria i can obtain two list:
one for updates submitted from Fedora 12's release date to February and another
from Febrary to today.
On Friday 30 April 2010 14:11:26 Mathieu Bridon wrote:
On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 13:58, Roberto Sassu
> i created two tickets for the issue encountered
2 tickets? Which one?
> but checking the latest bodhi version on git
> it seems the issue hasn't been solved for now.
> I'm thinking in a simple workaround, adding the submitted date as parameter for
> in order to get the overall history of updates for Fedora 12.
> Since i don't have enough knowledge of python, can you give me an hint for how
> must be modified to support this?
I'm not sure what issue you are referring to. The only bug in your
initial email was that the -l parameter seemed to not be taken into
account, wouldn't you want to fix that instead of adding the submitted
date as a parameter?
Or are you referring to a completely different issue?
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