On Oct 13, 08 16:00:33 +0200, Ludwig Nussel wrote:
Jan Matejek wrote:
i have a problem with one of my packages,
python-openssl: the previous
version was called 0.7a and the current one is 0.7.
Bad versioning policy from upstream.
However, in rpm's (and zypp's) view
0.7a > 0.7 and the package will
break distribution upgrade because it won't let itself be "downgraded".
You just can't package such pre releases with their official
'version'. Call them 0.6_0.7a or similar instead.
... which would have helped at an earlier stage, ...
As a workaround, you could name the current version '0.7final' or perhaps
'0.7.0' already works.
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