Am Freitag, 10. Dezember 2010 schrieb Frederic Crozat:
I'm not sure it if it is a recent change (or if I missed it) but if a
request is created from a specific package and if you change this
package after the request creation, the request "follows" the latest
package release and not the one available when the request was created.
I can be useful (you don't have to revoke a request and re-submit it)
but on a general basis, it is problematic if you want to continue
working on a package but don't want to submit latest changes yet.
Is it wanted or a recent behaviour change ?
Well, the request states if it's kept the revision or not. How do you create
Normally requests look like this (vuntz pushing G:A):
<source project="GNOME:Apps" package="radiotray"
<target project="openSUSE:Factory" package="radiotray" />
<state name="new" who="vuntz"
<description>New package: extremely simple app to listen to web radios.
Contributed by prusnak</description>
And in there you see rev="", so it does not follow newer changes.
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