It seems the DP repo is in some cases about 2 months old and in other up to 22 months.
Is there a way to add my own repositories and have them hashed?
Can I just dump repos into ~/webAppSources?
In answer to your first question, I move fingerprinting db updates from our internal repo out to the external one from time to time; there was a bit of a gap in updating them for a while (so there was nothing to add externally), but that is happening again now so newer versions of currently supported apps should be flowing in (I'll push an update soon).
For the second question, there's a file "README-Adding_Support_For_New_Apps.txt" in the doc directory (viewable on the web here: http://blindelephant.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/blindelephant/trunk/doc/README-Adding_Support_For_New_Apps.txt?revision=3&view=markup ).
Basically, if you've got a new app you'd like to support, gather a bunch of versions of it, unpack them in some consistent structure that lets BE use the directory name as the version name, and process the files with LatestVersionFetcher.py --updateDBs.
Check it out and see if the process makes sense.
Thanks, so much for the speedy answer.
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