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Old 05-19-2008, 10:41 AM
Albin Tonnerre
Default Versioning problem and Fakesync

On Mon, May 19, 2008 at 03:24:29AM -0400, Miguel Angel Ruiz Manzano wrote :
> Albin Tonnerre wrote:
> > Not really. The package was native when we started to diverge from debian. It
> > has later become non-native in debian, and causes the very same problem since
> > then, ie you just can't use the 'normal' versioning scheme as the version
> > number would be lower than the previous ubuntu one, as pointed out in Miguel's
> > mail as well as in [1]debian bug #453701
> For this case, I have to sync the package from Debian. What would be a
> good version name for my fakesync: 0.0.4-2-final, 0.0.4-2-final or
> 0.0.4-2-ubuntu?

In this case, i'd tend to stick with the current versionning scheme, and wait
0.0.5 in debian so that we can sync. Anyway I guess that doesn't have much
importance, as you can't have something both > 0.0.4ubuntu5 and < 0.0.4-3


> Thanks for your comments,
> > Cheers
> Cheers!
> --
> Miguel Angel Ruiz Manzano http://mruiz.openminds.cl
> Ubuntu Member http://www.ubuntu-cl.org

Albin Tonnerre, aka Lutin
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