Le lundi 31 janvier 2005 Ã 17:04 -0500, seth vidal a Ãcrit : > Hi folks, > this is a touch silly but possibly useful and it would definitely cut > down on the old crap blocking up cdroms. > > how about if we kill all rpm spec file changelog entries OLDER than 2 > years. > > they'll still live on in older srpms and rpms but it'd be a useful > reduction and it would make the specfiles that much smaller, along with > the rpm headers. > > thoughts? > The "problem" I have about changelog is its duplications. [fmatias one i386]$ rpm -q --changelog xorg-x11 | wc 5369 35773 250956 <= big changelog [fmatias one i386]$ rpm -q -a | grep xorg-x11 | xargs rpm -q --changelog | wc 75166 500822 3513384 <= very very big changelog (several times the same changelog).
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