Andreas Gruenbacher napsal(a):
On Wednesday, 24 June 2009 12:30:43 Michal Marek
Does this make sense to everyone?
This sounds useful except that the "0.0." prefix in the release is a mess
again. If version/release numbering scheme in the build service for normal
packages is $version-$srcrel.$build, then wouldn't it be possible to set
BTW, for updates / service packs, $srcrel itself can be two or more
numbers. So actually the 0.0. above could also be 0. or 0.0.0. or
whichever number of branch points the last official package had.
$srcrel to the number of commits since $version, and
$build to the build
number for all kernels? KOTDs could still use part of the commit ID as a
This would be the ideal scheme, however, I'd like not to change the
scheme for the distribution itself, I just want to change the kotd to
play better with the distro numbering scheme. As you said, to change the
scheme for released products is a no-go, and I guess I don't have enough
motivation / energy to convince the build service people that we really
need to change it for factory...
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