[erlang-questions] OTP 22.0 doc_man SHA256 mismatch?
Wed May 15 12:06:13 CEST 2019
The file on the server is 1.3 Mbytes but decompressed with "gunzip" I get
7065600 bytes which matches the 7.1M you mention.
I think your browser or something is uncompressing the file automatically.
The checksum you get is what I get when running on the 7.1M gunzipped file
$: shasum -a 256 otp_doc_man_22.0.tar
/Regards Kenneth , Erlang/OTP Ericsson
On Wed, May 15, 2019 at 11:32 AM Thomas Cioppettini <tom@REDACTED> wrote:
> So I was going about updating the erlang homebrew formula and am running
> into a weird issue. Here's what I've done so far.
> I've download the following file:
> I ran this command on that file to get the sha256 checksum for homebrew
> $: shasum -a 256 otp_doc_man_22.0.tar.gz
> => e384ba02133aabc3ebac421f4dbd46893540e746c6a7ac5e90c4d2be850d08c6
> I've updated homebrew with that sha, but with the upgrade I'm getting
> a ChecksumMismatchError which I think is weird. After taking a look at the
> file homebrew is downloading it's size matches 1.3M so that makes sense. So
> I then went to check the original tar.gz I've downloaded and that comes in
> at a whopping 7.1M. Does anyone have a clue as to why these files might be
> I know that they could be different for nefarious reasons, but I wanted a
> sanity check before I went to sabotage as the reason the files are
> erlang-questions mailing list
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