On Sat, 16 Oct 2010 16:09:21 +0200
Dave Plater <davejplater(a)gmail.com> wrote:
For what it's worth I use the last release
version number plus svn
revision when I package svn snapshots ie. last release = 1.20 then an
svn snapshot from svn rev 748 will become 1.20.748 then the release 1.21
is > 1.20.748.
Fortunately the project uses git, so no revision numbers ;-)
If the final release of your
"0.9.25beta17" is 0.9.25 there might be a problem because I suspect that
the beta version is greater than the release version and you will have
to use provides and obsoletes or something.
That's why I want to package the 0.9.25betaX as 0.9.24.99.nnnn
I'll probably go for 0.9.24.99.17 for the beta17 and 0.9.24.99.17.$(DATE)
for potential later snapshots. beta18 will become 0.9.24.99.18 and will be
Cristians "zypper vcmp" hint is a good one - I did not know that
"Any ideas, John?"
"Well, surrounding them's out."
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