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Re: Breaking deps deliberately



On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 5:04 PM, Kevin Kofler <kevin kofler chello at> wrote:
> Colin Walters wrote:
>> Would it be easier to do more extensive checks only for say security
>> updates?  Maybe we could consider splitting fedora-updates into two
>> repos; fedora-updates-security and fedora-updates-all?
>
> That doesn't really work, because security updates in Fedora are usually
> not "security only" updates, but also have other changes, depend on
> non-security updates, both obsolete and get obsoleted by non-security
> updates etc. Having 2 separate updates repos would mean maintaining 2
> separate branches of packages like Adam Williamson is describing, one with
> security updates only and one with the rest. That doubles the maintainer
> workload and doesn't help the case of security updates for the packages
> from "all" (because the packages in "security" would have only the security
> fix and not the changes previously done in "all").

+ it wont solve anything anway .. if the a dep is broken yum will
abort the whole transaction not only for the repo with the broken
deps.


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