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Re: rawhide report: 20090619 changes



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David Nielsen wrote:

> 2009/6/19 Peter Robinson <pbrobinson gmail com>
> 
>>
>> mono-tools-2.4.2-1.fc12
>>> -----------------------
>>> * Tue Jun 09 2009 Paul F. Johnson <paul all-the-
johnsons.co.uk> - 2.4.2-1
>>> - Bump to 2.4.2 preview 1
>>> - Add support for ppc and ppc64
>>> - Add label for udev-acl
>>>
>>>
>> is there any reason why mono doesn't use the 0.x revision 
tags for
>> alpha/beta/RC releases like everyone else?
>>
> 
> Plenty of projects fall outside that naming scheme, it's 
unfortunate but
> that is life. Maybe upstream will consider your thoughts on 
the matter if
> you bring them to their attention.
> 
> - David


This is not an upstream issue, but a packaging one. Release: 
0.x is how you should mark prereleases so that -1 is the actual 
release.

Example:
kde-plasma-networkmanagement-0.1-0.12.20090519svn.fc11.x86_64

k-p-nm-0.1 can have a Release: 1 with this scheme.

- --Ben
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