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Re: ocaml-lablgl problems · Re: rawhide report : 20070904 changes

Michael Schwendt wrote:
On Tue, 04 Sep 2007 13:27:05 +0100, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:

Michael Schwendt wrote:
On Tue, 04 Sep 2007 13:00:15 +0100, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:

Have you rebuilt ocaml-lablgl for the new version-release of ocaml
yet? It still requires the older ocaml = 3.10.0-4.fc8 as you can see
here, too
I can't build ocaml-lablgl because I'm not the package owner (AIUI).

I don't _want_ ocaml-labgl in order to build ocaml-findlib - it's not needed for that build.
Okay, then let's see whether the failure is reproducible with
a scratch-build of ocaml-findlib:

ocaml-lablgl is not listed anywhere in the koji buildroot log and not during
the resolve-step either.
So ... it's a bug in Koji then?

To me it smells like conflicting Provides.
Take a look at what symbols ocaml-lablgl provides:


OK, the provides in that package are totally wrong.

Someone else built that package? (I admit I don't really understand the complex system of branches used by Fedora). In fedora-development repo I see the correct list of provides for that package:

rjones oirase:~$ repoquery --provides ocaml-lablgl
ocaml(Gl) = cd8e921dfaef68b9f7fdf19f19093d5e
ocaml(GlArray) = 12a887a1d8b0554c82b2b7ec6ab8b9c6
ocaml(GlClear) = 8bb155ee2a37256be58e2a0157b8bafe
ocaml(GlDraw) = 06a8bccb576f39b6fc4dd55c04423355

(ie. no ocaml(Arg), etc. which are provided by the base ocaml-runtime package).

So what can I do to fix this? Temporarily add Conflicts? Can I tell yum to definitely choose one package over another?


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