The new version of my spec file has|
The previous version has
I mistakenly checked in and did a
with the new version and wish to go back to the old version
(I changed EL-5 when I meant to change EL-6).
Using cvs, I could revert my spec file to its previous version. Then change the release to
then add a comment in the log that release 4 is the same as release 3,
then revert by sources and .cvsignore files, then commit the changes in cvs, then do
1. Would this work ?
2. Is this the best way to revert to a previous release ?
On 7/9/2010 8:59 AM, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On Thu, 8 Jul 2010 21:17:27 +0100 Mark Chappell <tremble tremble org uk> wrote:I would like to revert the EL-5 distribution back to its previous version; i.e., http://cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc/rpms/cppad/EL-5/ before its previous commit and previous make tag make build Is there a standard procedure for doing this ?As far as the EPEL-5 distribution is concerned, if you didn't push the update through bodhi, it's fine don't worry that it's gone into Koji. I don't know CVS well enough to know how to cleanly revert (I generally use Subversion or Git)I suppose you could untag the package in koji, and then just commit a older version back to cvs. Are you needing to update the older version? Or just don't want the newer one to go out until you fix it up?I've CCed in the EPEL devel list which almost certainly includes a number of people more familiar with CVS than myself and can tell you the two liner to revert back to the cppad-20080403-3_el5 tag.koji untag-pkg --help If you expand a bit more on exactly what you built and what you want to do we can give more detailed info. kevin_______________________________________________ epel-devel-list mailing list epel-devel-list redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/epel-devel-list