Deprecation of defined(@array) in perl
Support for systemd and tmpfiles for RHEL >= 7
This update has been submitted for testing by lef.
This update has obsoleted BackupPC-3.3.1-4.fc22, and has inherited its bugs and notes.
On Twenty-Two, it was non-fatal anyway (< Perl-5.22)
This update has been pushed to testing.
This update has reached 7 days in testing and can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes
Comment fields support Fedora-Flavored Markdown.
Text fields in Bodhi2 support an
version of markdown.
This is a cheat sheet for your reference.
You can do headers by underlining or by prefixing with the # character:
This is an H1
This is an H2
# This is another H1
## This is another H2
You can do blockquotes using email-style prefixes with the > character:
> This is a quotation
> over many lines
> > and it can be nested(!)
Lists work like you'd expect, by prefixing with any of the *, +, or - characters:
Check out this list:
* a list..
You need a blank line between a paragraph and the start of a list for the renderer to pick up on it.
Emphasis can be added like this:
You can save your code references from being misinterpreted as emphasis by surrounding them with backtick characters (`):
Use `the_best_function()` and _not_ that crummy one.
Links look like this:
..but we also support bare links if you just provide a URL.
You can create code blocks by indenting
every line of the block by at least 4 spaces or 1 tab.
Here is a code block:
for i in range(4):
You can reference bug reports by simply writing something of the form tracker#ticketid.
This fixes PHP#1234 and Python#2345
... we will automatically generate links to the tickets in the appropriate trackers in place.
The supported bug tracker prefixes are: (these are all case-insensitive)
And you can refer to other users by prefixing their username with the @ symbol.
This will generate a link to their profile, but it won't necessarily send them a notification unless they have a special FMN rule set up to catch it.
Lastly, you can embed inline images with syntax like this:
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