This is incorrect. If we have 1.0s < 1.0 then release V-R would have been 1.0-0.X.s.%disttag for 1.0s and 1.0-X.%disttag for 1.0. with X > 1 in both cases. if we have 1.0s > 1.0 then we would have the same for 1.0 and 1.0-X+Y.s.%disttag for 1.0s. In any cases the "vepoch" (0.X/X/X+Y) rules the release [before disttag]. D Le jeu 08/04/2004 Ã 18:10, Toshio a Ãcrit : > Things could break with strange enough upstream alphabetic release tags: > Betas of 1.0 taking the form 1.0[a-z] will break on upgrade from 1.0s => > final (foo-1.0-1.s.rh9 => foobar-1.0-1.rh9) Don't knwo if that's enough > of a reason, though. -- Dams NadÃ Anvil/Anvilou on irc.freenode.net : #Linux-Fr, #Fedora I am looking for a job : http://livna.org/~anvil/cv.php "Dona Nobis Pacem E Dona Eis Requiem". Noir.
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