On 01/10/2012 07:46 AM, Martin Pitt wrote:
> Hello Jeremy,
> Jeremy Bicha [2012-01-09 17:05 -0500]:
>> Sometimes the order on commands doesn't matter but this time it
>> definitely does. I have now changed my /etc/dput.cf
>> "default_host_main" to a non-existent location to prevent this mistake
>> from happening again this easily. Should that be the default?
> Some people use a dput wrapper which automatically selects a PPA when the
> version number contains a ~ or "ppa".
>> Since the new totem hit depwait, is it possible to remove/overwrite
>> without needing to use a 3.3.4+really3.0.1 upload?
> There might be a really hackish way that involves Launchpad admin DB
> access, but once the source is accepted, you generally can't go back.
> If you are still online in about 1.5 hours, I'll be on IRC and we can
> try something, but I guess we do noeed a +really upload.
This shouldn't in general be a problem as long as the binaries haven't
been published. The source record will continue to exist, but since no
one can upgrade to the new version as there are no binaries, you can
just remove the source and upload the older version as if nothing happened.
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