On 08/15/2013 06:33 PM, Greg Freemyer wrote:
Since you're the python guru, I just noticed that you put python-scapy
in D:L:P a few months ago and sent it to factory.
The D:L:P version has a tarball version of "latest" which could mean
anything. The specfile says 2.1.0
That's great, except scapy is also in security and it's version 2.2.0 there.
I'm not positive security:scapy is the same thing as
D:L:P:python-scapy, but the description of both is the sames o it sure
looks like it.
I've checked and you are right, it's packaged twice.
Seems like a D:L:P python-scapy should be updated to 2.2.0 and
security-scapy either trashed or linked to D:L:P
Since it's more on-topic, I'd say it can stay in security and the d:l:p
version can be dropped. I'll do a submit request to merge them.
fyi: I haven't used scapy yet, I was just looking
to see if we had it
packaged so I could try it out and was surprised to see it twice.
That happens more often than we realize.
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