We are getting a lots of packages inside the devel:languages:erlang.
We should think to change project structure to avoid massive rebuild
of packages at erlang updates. My suggestion is to follow
devel:langages:python approach: maintaince project for erlang is
devel:languages:erlang:Factory, and packages inside
devel:languages:erlang are built against erlang from the
*distribution* repository (or from openSUSE:Factory for factory).
Since we can not just broke the things, the following roadmap is proposed:
1) move devel:languages:erlang/erlang to
devel:languages:erlang:Factory/erlang and make a link from
devel:languages:erlang/erlang. Change devel project for
openSUSE:Factory/erlang to devel:languages:erlang:Factory.
2) disable devel:languages:erlang/erlang for Factory and upcoming
openSUSE 13.1 in order to make erlang packages use erlang from the
distribution. then disable for 13.2, 13.3, etc. At this step for
openSUSE >= 13.1 packages from the project will use erlang from
distribution, and the packages for openSUSE < 13.1 will use erlang
from devel:languages:erlang, as they do now.
3) when all versions up to 12.3 will be discontinued, drop disabled
With best regards,
Matwey V. Kornilov
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