Marcus Moeller wrote:
> 2008/7/16 Niels de Vos <email@example.com
> Marcus Moeller wrote:
> > Also RPM should be able to open a (gtk)dialog based script for
> > configuration. It might also be an option to provide useful upgrade
> > notices and a short link to them after package installation.
> This is totally against (probably any) RPM-packaging guidelines. I
> expect no CentOS developer would even consider this.
> For other distros the solution is fine, as long as they are not
> That's what I thought, too. But there is nothing wrong with good upgrade
> guidelines or different install locations, I guess.
No, thats what I think too. Repackaging into hord32-RPMs is probably
most sane to do. Those who want to use the newer version will just need
to install hord32-... instead of hord-... This way even configuration
files and databases could be kept separately. For upgraders (manually?)
<http://www.horde.org/horde/docs/?f=UPGRADING.html> might be a good reading.
Thats just my â‚¬0,02.
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