On Thursday 06 August 2015, 10:59:07 wrote Jan Engelhardt:
On Thursday 2015-08-06 09:47, Richard Brown wrote:
Here's a reminder that for openSUSE Leap, unlike previous openSUSE versions, package maintainers need to actively submit their packages to the distribution if they want to be sure their package ends up in the final release.
This is because openSUSE Leap can include packages from one of 3 origins
- SUSE:SLE-12:GA and SUSE:SLE-12:Update - aka The SLE Sources
- Leap Devel Projects - new devel projects for the purpose of
containing stable versions of packages for Leap which are newer than SLE but older than Tumbleweed (Currently non of these exist, but they are expected to be needed in the future)
"How do I know if a package is, and in which version, already in 42?" One can't just do `osc ls openSUSE:42`, but I remember there being some metaprojects around,
openSUSE:42:SLE12-Picks openSUSE:42:SLE-Pkgs-With-Overwrites openSUSE:42:Factory-Copies
JFYI, you can use the expand option to list all packages from all linked projects:
# osc ls openSUSE:42 | wc -l 51 # osc ls -e openSUSE:42 | wc -l 5865
Was (most of) Factory copied at some point to 42? Given for example mozaddon-adblock_edge, `osc se --pa mozaddon-adblock_edge` does not list it for anything related to 42, is that a sure indicator it is not present yet?