Instead, please link to this page or check how to install Composer programmatically.
Update happens in-place with minimum possible downtime for published repository. When published repository is updated, all the options are preserved: distribution, component, list of architectures, etc.
Snapshot updates are kicked off and consumed similarly to regular snapshots.
Below are some informational items that will help as you begin your use of the DNA Snapshots service: DNA Snapshots requires a single user key, which provides simple access to all of the publications you need.The user key is passed in a header in all of the requests.A useful aspect of the service is that you will see the size of a snapshot before it is created (as explained below in the Snapshot Explanations section).Please note, snapshots may take several minutes to process, depending on size.There are three varieties of updates that user may request and receive: additions, replacements, and deletes.
Note that all events, including all updates, are only delivered to the DJ DNA corpus once per day.
To produce results in a timely manner, snapshots are set to be scheduled asynchronously.
All you need to get started is the programming language of choice downloaded and installed. The examples here use Python 2.7, you may use Python 3.x.
Download and run - it will install the latest composer version whenever it is executed.
To quickly install Composer in the current directory, run the following script in your terminal.
Each new replacements snapshot returns article changes that have been made to the corpus since your last request was processed.