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Re: Broken dependencies in EPEL - 2008-10-01



Thorsten Leemhuis a écrit :
> On 06.10.2008 14:58, Patrice Dumas wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 06, 2008 at 01:13:14PM +0200, Johan Cwiklinski wrote:
>>> So what to do ? BackupPC will probably not being pushed to stable since
>>> there is a RHEL dependency issue, but everything seems to be OK under
>>> CentOS... And as I'm not an RHEL customer, I see no way to know that a
>>> such problem exists, no way to check it, no way to repair it...
>> These issues doesn't prevent packages from being pushed to stable.
>
> ...because that is done by a different repoclosure run that I do on
> one of my private system against centos ;-)

Ok, I didn't know that... Thanks :)

>
>> ooo2txt that I maintain has have this issue since a long time, and it is
>> in stable. I just ignore those missing deps messages, given that the
>> issue has already been raised.
>
> Well, it would be good if that could get fixed in the depchecker
> script that epel uses. The buildsys afaik has the packages from both
> RHEL5 desktop and server in its repo. So why isn't that the case for
> the repo that is used for dep checking?
>
> Cu
> knurd
>
Regards,
Johan


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