Manjaro ISO naming

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Manjaro ISO naming

With the next version of Manjaro Tools the naming of ISOs have changed.

The goal of change is to have a naming which is making release ISOs easy identifiable by build date and kernel.

The defaults on releases stable branch and x86_64 architecture has been removed and replaced with a datestamp and the kernel used.

The datestamp is based on ISO 8601 – a shortened version without century and dashes.

Future ISO releases on stable branch will follow this recipe

manjaro-$edition-$release-$yymmdd-$kernel.iso

Example

manjaro-xfce-18.0.1-190929-linux52.iso

When an iso deviates from the default the variable will be added such as branch.

manjaro-$edition-$release-$branch-$yymmdd-$kernel.iso

Example

manjaro-xfce-18.0.1-unstable-190929-linux54.iso

We hope you appreciate this ISO rename as you can immediately see extra details most importantly the kernel.

Another detail – not less important – is the ability to rebuild release ISOs being easy recognizable by their build date.

To avoid confusion with the current available ISOs the format ddyymm will be staying.

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