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Tizen Development Tools version 14.02 has been released

The new version of the Tizen development tools [14.02] has been released, and is currently available to download from download.tizen.org.


  • New feature: orphan-packaging development model
    • implement ‘devel’ subcommand for orphan-packaging development model, which
      facilitates package maintainers to better maintain package in the orphan-
      packaging branch model by providing five actions, including ‘start’, ‘export’,
      ‘drop’, ‘switch’, and ‘convert’. Currently, this is only an experimental
      version, so please report jira tickets if you found some issues.
  • Supported distribution list
    • Ubuntu 14.04(New)
    • Ubuntu 13.10
    • Ubuntu 12.04
    • openSUSE 13.1
    • openSUSE 12.3
    • openSUSE 12.2
    • Fedora 20
    • Fedora 19
    • CentOS 6
    • Debian 7(New)

For information about tools release naming conventions and download folder
strucuture, refer to: [Tools Repository Specification](http://download.tizen.org/tools/README.txt)


  • GBS 0.22 release
    • Implement ‘devel’ subcommand to support orphan-packaging development model
    • Conf: support adding new sections and updating an empty conf file
    • Support new profile key ‘exclude_packages’ like –exclude build option
    • Changelog: utilize rpm-ch from git-buildpackage
    • Build: add group metadata to local repodata if package-groups.rpm exists
  • MIC 0.25 release
    • Generate manifest file to describe image information
    • Refactor archive and compress module
    • Support sparse handle for tar command
    • Replace system V with systemd on locale setting
    • Support lzop compress
  • repa 0.2 release
    • Implement –processes options for repa list
    • Implement –colorize option
    • Implement –showurls option
    • Reduce amount of information in repa list output
    • Make ‘project’ mandatory config option
    • Add configuration file info to the man page
    • Man page enhancements
    • Get rid of –regexp command line option
    • Create one SR for all packages in submission
    • Add -group suffix to the path for the group
    • Draft implementation of repa diff


            “GBS Release Notes”
            “MIC Release Notes”
            “repa Release Notes”
            “Tools Installation Guide”
            “GBS Reference Guide”
            “MIC Reference Guide”
            “Maintenance Models”
            “GBS ‘devel’ command”
    [Tools Repository](http://download.tizen.org/tools/latest-release/)

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