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Re: Broken dependencies in Fedora 10 - 2008-12-14



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Michael Schwendt wrote:
> On Mon, 15 Dec 2008 18:33:06 +0530, Rahul wrote:
> 
>>> Btw, the wrong Obsoletes in gyachi have been discussed in private mail.
>>> I'm unsure whether the packager has understood the problem and the fix.
>> It appears he does but he seems offline for a couple of weeks. He also 
>> told me, you had informed him that the issue isn't a urgent priority. Is 
>> that because the updates are in testing repository?
> 
> No, they have been marked stable after just three hours in testing.
> 
> The first attempt at fixing it was half-hearted.

I'm not sure I would agree with "half hearted", but I'll not argue that it was
not well tested.

Since then, I have a better spec file, which I HAVE tested, for both backward
and forward compatibility. I tested it out on my home system, just right before
the current 2 week offsite that I am now engaged in. I did not want to commit
it, and then not be there for immediate follow up (should the need arise). Since
the current commit was broken, but in a known way, I made the decision to not
introduce my new commit until I get back (which will be the 22nd).

Hope that clarifies.

All the best,

- -Greg

> That's when I said:
> 
> | Take your time. Don't rush. The current commit in cvs is insufficient.
> 
> Without taking the time to fully understand RPM Obsoletes,
> Obsoletes+Provides pairs and how they are entered into a spec file, the
> problem will return sooner or late. Either that or -- almost guaranteed --
> the %dist pitfall will be hit.
> 


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