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[opensuse-packaging] Texlive: where these strings come from?
Hi,

I updated texlive 2015, and it builds fine.

https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/home:MargueriteSu:branches:Publishing:TeXLive/texlive

now I have TWO things that I can't understand:

1. In its specfile:

%define texlive_version 2015
%define texlive_previous 2014
%define texlive_release 20150521
%define texlive_noarch 97
%define texlive_source texlive-20150521-source
Version: %{texlive_version}.%{texlive_release}
Release: 0

But the generated RPMs looked like this:

https://build.opensuse.org/package/binaries/home:MargueriteSu:branches:Publishing:TeXLive/texlive?repository=openSUSE_Factory

texlive-2015.20150521-20120597.4.i586.rpm

I think the "-20120597" prefix for release number comes from nowhere.

I grep everywhere from its package source (tarball,patches, specfile,
changelog), there's even no "201205" existing.

Where can I find and change it?

2. %package a2ping-bin
Version: %{texlive_version}.%{texlive_release}.svn27321

the "svn27321".

As I know, the textlive-20150521-source doesn't have any .svn
directory or file telling which svn the source is.

What's more interesting, different sub-packages have different svn numbers :-(

Where does these svn numbers come from?

Marguerite
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