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what's with the commas in the cyrus-imapd release tag?



  Subject says it all.  Is this a new naming convention, or did someone
fat finger the Release tag?  I haven't checked bugzilla yet, but just
figured I'd check to see if anyone else saw this.  It wouldn't matter to
me one way or the other, except that it confuses the heck out of yum:

ws187:root:528)# yum -y --exclude='*curl*' --exclude='vorbis-tools*'
--exclude='grip*' --exclude='libcroco*' --exclude='librsvg2*'
--exclude='sendmail*' update
Gathering header information file(s) from server(s)
Server: Fedora Core 2 - Development Tree
Finding updated packages
Downloading needed headers
Resolving dependencies
....Unable to satisfy dependencies
Package cyrus-imapd-utils needs perl-Cyrus = 2.2.6-2, this is not
available.
Package cyrus-imapd-utils needs FC3, this is not available.
Package cyrus-imapd-utils needs 3, this is not available.
Package cyrus-imapd-nntp needs cyrus-imapd = 2.2.6-2, this is not
available.
Package cyrus-imapd-nntp needs FC3, this is not available.
Package cyrus-imapd-nntp needs 3, this is not available.
Package cyrus-imapd-devel needs cyrus-imapd = 2.2.6-2, this is not
available.
Package cyrus-imapd-devel needs FC3, this is not available.
Package cyrus-imapd-devel needs 3, this is not available.
Package cyrus-imapd-murder needs cyrus-imapd = 2.2.6-2, this is not
available.
Package cyrus-imapd-murder needs FC3, this is not available.
Package cyrus-imapd-murder needs 3, this is not available.




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