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Re: Kind request: Set release version to "10"

Axel wrote:
> > I don't know about you Axel, but until I see a better alternative,
> > I'll personally be inflating Fedora X.Y to rh(X+10)Y in the release
> > tag of packages I maintain.  The only other alternative is to simply
> > increment Epoch for everything, which is yucky, yucky.
> Exaclty. As packagers we have been painfully tought not to use epochs
> unless WW3 is about to emerge.
> I'll also go with your suggestion, Rex. I'd call it the "it's written
> rh10, but it is pronounced Fedora Core 1" idiom ...

Hmm, on further consideration, I think I'll probably cave in on using rh10 
and instead go with fedora's guidelines, but only because I desperately 
want the packages I maintain to continue to be provided by fedora (and my 
packages will most likely be rejected if I don't "follow the rules").  In 
doing so, I'll still have to change my once relatively clean rpm macros 
%define rhversion %(perl -pe '/(\\d+)\\.?(\\d)?/; $_="$1".($2||0)' \ 
%define fedora_release .fdr.1.rh%{rhversion}
Release: 0%{fedora_release}

to something conditional like:
%if "%(grep "Red Hat Linux" /etc/redhat-release )" != "%{nil}"
# legacy Red Hat Linux releases
%define rhrelease %(perl -pe '/(\\d+)\\.?(\\d+)?/; $_="$1".($2||0)' \   
    /etc/redhat-release )
%define release_tag .fdr.%{fedora_release}.rh%{rhrelease}
# Fedora Core, etc...
%define rhrelease %(perl -pe '/(\\d+)\\.?(\\d+)?/; \ 
    $_="$1".(defined($2)&&".$2")' /etc/redhat-release )
%define release_tag .fdr.%{fedora_release}.%{rhrelease}
Release: 0%{release_tag}


-- Rex

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