new ruby bindings send default checksum types
new bindings send a default checksum type when creating a publication.
Previously the 3.4 ruby bindings when creating a publication resulted in a publication request body of:
after updating to pulp_rpm_client (3.6.0.dev01596557138), we now get a request body of:
This might be fine, but i wanted to make sure it was intentional.
Updated by dalley over 1 year ago
I suspect this has nothing to do with the bindings at all. At least the serializers don't specify any such default.
I think what happened is that we set a default checksum types if none was specified (or try to use the original checksum types if it was recorded), but this happens inside of Pulp, not inside of the bindings.
In any case I do think it's intentional
@Justin, would you consider this a problem? Is it something you have to work around inside of Katello? (See also https://pulp.plan.io/issues/8722 which is more recent but the same kind of discussion)