Edgar Aichinger <edgar.aichinger(a)aon.at> writes:
So I branched those I need to a subproject of mine,
and they build without
errors for the target repos I need. The subproject got added to my
project's meta config, for every target repo, too. Surprisingly I get
unresolvable dependencies, but only for some target repos though. qmidiarp
cannot find liblo-devel >= 0.26 (branches:home:rncbc has 0.27), and
synthclone shows missing liblilv-0-0 and a few others that the respective
-devel packages (from BuildRequires:) depend on.
You need to switch the order in the repository paths. For example,
openSUSE:13.1/liblo has version 0.25, which is found first since
openSUSE:13.1/standard is listed first in the openSUSE_13.1 repository
path, hiding the newer version in
home:edogawa:branches:home:rncbc/liblo. In general, you always want to
order the path from the most specific to the most general.
Andreas Schwab, schwab(a)linux-m68k.org
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