On Mon, 20 Aug 2007 16:45:59 -0400 Jeremy Katz <katzj redhat com> wrote: > > > Dumb and untried question: what happens if compiz-gnome obsoletes > > > "compiz <= oldversion" and requires "compiz" (where oldversion is > > > less than the current distribution version)? > > > > Don't think that would do what you want it to do, > > It _should_ unless I've gone completely batty today (note: entirely > possible ;-) Erm, lets walk through this because maybe /I/ have gone batty. compiz-gnome obsoletes compiz that you have installed, but doesn't Provide it. compiz itself provides compiz. How does that get compiz-gnome installed? And if it did, wouldn't you want to do the same thing for compiz-kde for the KDE users? > > and if it did, it > > would have the side effect of forcing compiz-gnome (and it's deps) > > upon KDE users. > > Only on an upgrade and only for the users who previously had compiz > and the gnome bits. So it's not really a big change for them while > still allowing the win for The Future (tm) How does 'and the gnome bits' fit in here? Were all the gnome bits already in compiz? What about the KDE bits, were they in compiz too? -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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