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Re: [opensuse-packaging] RFC: Fonts Repo and Renaming Questions
Hi,

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This is somehow to be expected. :) If I change the "Obsoletes"
condition from "<=" to "<", the above warning disappears.

Now, the question is, is better to use "<" in this case or should I
change the version number? Which is the recommended strategy?
Just to make it right from the start. :)

The right thing is to live with the rpmlint warning; it will go away
once there is a new version.

FWIW, what we do in GNOME packages for this case is:

- until there's a new version out:

Provides: $oldname = %{version}
# FIXME: This causes a rpmlint warning; change <= to < once there's
a new upstream version Obsoletes: $oldname <= %{version}

- when there's a new version out:

Provides: $oldname = %{version}
Obsoletes: $oldname < %{version}

Ahhh, that's cool! Thanks Vincent! :) I'll document that in FATE#313035
and in the packaging guidelines.


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