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Re: Fedora Core 4



Le mercredi 19 janvier 2005 à 14:19 -0200, Gustavo Niemeyer a écrit :
> > > > It is Interesting. But sometimes it ignore %{epoch} (for good or bad
> > > 
> > > I'm unaware about such problems. Please, let me know if you find any
> > > cases I might study.
> > 
> > README :
> > http://linux-br.conectiva.com.br/~niemeyer/smart/doc/README.html#case-1-
> > apt
> 
> Can you please be a little bit more verbose? Smart is not ignoring
> the epoch anywhere there.

http://linux-br.conectiva.com.br/~niemeyer/smart/doc/README.html#case-1-apt
        Version 2.3.3 is needed, but *1*:2.3.2-586_1cl is to be
        installed. This message is mostly correct. The only problem is,
        "*1*:2.3.2-586_1cl" is already installed:

Version 2.3.3 means *0*:2.3.3.

        [root damien:/root] smart install xscreensaver
        Updating cache...              ######################################## [100%]
        
        Computing transaction...
        
        Downgrading packages (1):    <==
          glibc-gconvdata-0:2.3.3-69473cl.i386  <== replace *1*:2.3.2

I don't know (or care) if this is good or bad. But %{epoch} (as I
understand it) is not a version.

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