Le lundi 24 janvier 2005 Ã 11:34 +0100, Aurelien Bompard a Ãcrit : > Hi all > > A question to packagers: what would you think of a policy to add the library > soname in package libraries ? For example, I have a libkexif package, which > provides libkexif.so.0, and at least 3 applications depend on it. Now there > is an update to libkexif, which provides libkexif.so.1. I can't update > libkexif without updating the applications depending on it. > OK, this is probably something that you know much better than me, and that > you've run into several times before, so you probably already know the > solution. I've searched a bit, and it seems that Mandrake and Debian both > have a policy to include the library soname in the package name : > http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/twiki/bin/view/Main/RpmHowToAdvanced#Library_policy > http://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/ch-sharedlibs.html > > How about a similar policy for Fedora ? Is it the best solution to this > problem ? > This is done when needed. Example for FC3 : gtkhtml2-2.6.2-1.i386.rpm ; gtkhtml3-3.3.2-3.i386.rpm btw : [fmatias one i386]$ rpm -q --provides -p gtkhtml2-2.6.2-1.i386.rpm libgtkhtml-2.so.0 <=== gtkhtml2 = 2.6.2-1 [fmatias one i386]$ rpm -q --provides -p gtkhtml3-3.3.2-3.i386.rpm libgnome-gtkhtml-editor-3.1.so libgtkhtml-3.1.so.11 <=== gtkhtml3 = 3.3.2-3 Other packages must use "Requires : libgtkhtml-2.so" and not "libgtkhtml3" or "gtkhtml3".
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