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Re: [opensuse-packaging] libsord-0-0 vs libsord-0
On Wednesday 2015-12-16 04:59, Roman Evstifeev wrote:

Hi. Some libraries have MAJOR version number included twice in SONAME:
libsord-0.so.0 will be libsord-1.so.1 in the next major release.
Is there any point in naming the library package with two numbers? Can
it be named just libsord-0 instead of libsord-0-0 ?

The package name is to follow the filename (details in the wiki).
If you want change, you have to change the filename, and that is best
done upstream.

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wscript | 1 -
1 file changed, 1 deletion(-)

Index: sord-0.12.2/wscript
===================================================================
--- sord-0.12.2.orig/wscript
+++ sord-0.12.2/wscript
@@ -112,7 +112,6 @@ def build(bld):
export_includes = ['.'],
name = 'libsord',
target = 'sord-%s' % SORD_MAJOR_VERSION,
- vnum = SORD_VERSION,
install_path = '${LIBDIR}',
libs = libs,
defines = defines + ['SORD_SHARED', 'SORD_INTERNAL'],
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