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Re: Multiple versions of a package without warnings?

Yeah, that was what I had been doing, but I hoped there was a more
elegant solution. Oh well, thanks anyway...


On Tue, 7 Jan 2003 21:58:24 -0800
Jesse Keating <hosting@j2solutions.net> wrote:

> On Tuesday 07 January 2003 21:22, Todd Pytel uttered:
> > Is it possible to specify that RPM should not warn about "prior"
> > versions of a package, so that parallel installations can exist
> > peaceably? I'm creating some Docbook DTD packages for my system, so
> > it's not like I want V4.0 to replace V3.1, etc.
> Only way I've seen this done is to name the package like: 
> dockbook3-3.1.~  dockbook4-4.0.~
> Same way that Red Hat handled gtk, there is gtk+-1.2, and gtk2-2.0.6.
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