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Hi,

today, I wanted to obtain a copy of Rocrail (formerly licensed under the GPL, now
closed source).

https://archive.softwareheritage.org/browse/origin/https://github.com/rocrail/Rocrail/directory/

Unfortunately, I received the following error:

You have requested the following bundle from the Software Heritage
Vault:

Object Type: revision_gitfast
Object ID: 85678b0d6c52d6fd0af50c8e493c74dd15a7115d

This bundle could not be cooked for the following reason:

Timeout reached while assembling the requested bundle

We apologize for the inconvenience.

-- 
The Software Heritage Developers

Anything you can do about this? I'd love to get a copy (git repo) of that project.

Thanks,
Mike

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sunweaver created this object in space S1 Public.

I don't reproduce this error.

zack triaged this task as Normal priority.Fri, Aug 23, 8:52 AM
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zack added a subscriber: zack.Fri, Aug 23, 9:23 AM

I can totally reproduce this issue.

Mike: apologies, the gitfast download isn't really reliable ATM. However, I managed to find the most recent commit where the top-level license file was still GPL and cook it with the directory downloader. It's available here: https://archive.softwareheritage.org/api/1/vault/directory/d9d76591c8adc41d1c1ab9b7bc4d880653955d84/raw (You can also re-cook it yourself, it will either hit the cache or prepare it again, which should work.)

I hope this is enough to solve your immediate need. We'll keep this task open for the general unreliability of the gitfast downloader.

zack added a comment.Fri, Aug 23, 10:59 AM

@sunweaver: did you see my answer above?

@zack: Thanks for providing the tarball. However, I in fact need a tarred up Git repo until the moment that GPL was revoked, as I want to re-pulish it via GitLab (or Github). Do you think it is possible to get a copy of that git repo any time soon?

@zack: the point about rocrail is that GPL was revoked without copyright holders' consent. And there is no most recent version public anymore these days.

zack added a comment.Fri, Aug 23, 2:29 PM

@zack: Thanks for providing the tarball. However, I in fact need a tarred up Git repo until the moment that GPL was revoked, as I want to re-pulish it via GitLab (or Github). Do you think it is possible to get a copy of that git repo any time soon?

I think so, yes, we'll do it ad-hoc for you.