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Tizen Developer Tools 14.01 Released, More Linux Distro’s Supported!

A New version of Tizen development tools has been released. This is version 14.01 and can be downloaded at download.tizen.org
This new version has the following:

  • GBS 0.21
    • From this version, Jenkins jobs support has been included
    • Two subpackages (gbs-jenkins-jobs and gbs-jenkins-scripts) have been
      introduced for jenkins local full build support accordingly
    • Add two options, –package-list and –package-from-file, to build customized
      packages specified in the package list directly given in the CLI or a file
      stored in local disk
    • Add more user-friendly error message output for network proxy issues


  • MIC 0.24
    • Add two options, –repo and –ignore-ksrepo, to create customized images
      without updating the ks file
    • Add –user and –password option for %repo directive of ks file
    • Clean up codes relevant to EULA agreement to deprecated EULA support
    • Enhance the handling of password string with special characters


  • bmap-tools 3.2
    • Multi-stream bzip2 archives are now supported
    • LZO archives are supported
    • Make ‘bmaptool create’ (and hence, the BmapCreate module) work with the
      “tmpfs” file-system
    • Decompression should now require less memory, which should fix
      out-of-memory problems reported by some users recently
    • Improve reading and decompressing images


  • repa 0.1.1
    • Added –project option to avoid resolving submission to multiple products
    • Added obs and download urls to ‘repa list’ output

New features:

  • GBS Jenkins jobs for local full build
    • These newly added jobs are well documented, easy to deploy and configure,
      providing automation solution for small team to efficiently perform package
      building, image creation and build artifacts publishing


  • More Linux Distributions are supported
    • Ubuntu 13.10
    • Ubuntu 12.10
    • Ubuntu 12.04
    • openSUSE 13.1
    • openSUSE 12.3
    • openSUSE 12.2
    • Fedora 20 (New)
    • Fedora 19
    • CentOS 6

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