On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 03:31:49PM +0100, Dominique Leuenberger wrote:
2/18/2010 at 15:10, Dave Plater <dplater(a)webafrica.org.za> wrote:
provide a single URL that can reliably be retrieved in order
to discover an up-to-date record of which version of Rosegarden is
current in openSUSE? It can return either HTML or some parsable
machine format. The link you just gave includes rather a lot of
different entries, and it isn't directly obvious how I would extract
the most widely available current version (or "a stable version" and
"a bleeding-edge version") from it. I last used SuSE before they
capitalised the U, and I have no idea how repositories are organised
for it these days.
Maybe they can use something like:
(latest stable release)
What we have in Factory
to find the appropriate, official rosegarden version? Of course on OBS there might always
be a newer version than that.
The rosegarden version in openSUSE ... well it comes with the distribution,
there is no need to link to the "oss" repo of the distro directly.
If you want to get installed from a seperate repository, a YMP one-click
install file / link would be helpful.
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