ToS V0-4-1 (win).zip
One of the most important concerns facing enterprise customers is the ability to manage all the Windows 10 machines in their organization. With this release, IT professionals can configure Group Policy via ADMX ingestion. The .admx and .adml files are available to download in a .zip file at the GitHub releases page starting with the Windows Package Manager v0.3 Preview.
ToS v0-4-1 (win).zip
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go mod verify checks that dependencies of the main modulestored in the module cache have not been modified sincethey were downloaded. To perform this check, go mod verify hashes eachdownloaded module .zip file and extracted directory, thencompares those hashes with a hash recorded when the module was firstdownloaded. go mod verify checks each module in the buildlist (which may be printed with go list -m all).
In contrast, go mod verify checks that module .zip files and their extracteddirectories have hashes that match hashes recorded in the module cache when theywere first downloaded. This is useful for detecting changes to files in themodule cache after a module has been downloaded and verified. go mod verifydoes not download content for modules not in the cache, and it does not usego.sum files to verify module content. However, go mod verify may downloadgo.mod files in order to perform minimal versionselection. It will use go.sum to verify thosefiles, and it may add go.sum entries for missing hashes.
A module proxy must always serve the same content for successfulresponses for $base/$module/$version.mod and $base/$module/$version.zipqueries. This content is cryptographically authenticatedusing go.sum files and, by default, thechecksum database.
In order to load a package, the go command needs the source code for themodule that provides it. Module source code is distributed in .zip files whichare extracted into the module cache. If a module .zip is not in the cache,the go command will download it using a $module/@v/$version.zip request.
Note that .mod and .zip requests are separate, even though go.mod filesare usually contained within .zip files. The go command may need to downloadgo.mod files for many different modules, and .mod files are much smallerthan .zip files. Additionally, if a Go project does not have a go.mod file,the proxy will serve a synthetic go.mod file that only contains a moduledirective. Synthetic go.mod files are generated by thego command when downloading from a version control system.
When the go command requests the latest version of a module, it first sends arequest for $module/@v/list. If the list is empty or none of the returnedversions can be used, it sends a request for $module/@latest. Once a versionis chosen, the go command sends a $module/@v/$version.info request formetadata. It may then send $module/@v/$version.mod and$module/@v/$version.zip requests to load the go.mod file and source code.
Once the go command has found the module root directory, it creates a .zipfile of the contents of the directory, then extracts the .zip file into themodule cache. See File path and size constraintsfor details on what files may be included in the .zip file. The contents ofthe .zip file are authenticated before extraction into themodule cache the same way they would be if the .zip file were downloaded froma proxy.
When the go command creates a .zip file for a module that is not in therepository root directory, if the module does not have a file named LICENSEin its root directory (alongside go.mod), the go command will copy thefile named LICENSE from the repository root directory if it is present inthe same revision.
Note also that the go command does not include symbolic links when creatingmodule .zip files; see File path and sizeconstraints. Consequently, if a repository does nothave a LICENSE file in its root directory, authors may instead create copiesof their license files in modules defined in subdirectories to ensure thosefiles are included in module .zip files. 041b061a72