Description of problem:
Since we're currently building from the upstream trunk stable
subversion repository, I think it would be better to include
the head revision number in the source tarball and the package
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rpm -ql im-sdk-11.4-13.src.rpm | grep bz2
2. rpm -q iiimf-server
1. say im-sdk-11.4.1568.tar.bz2
2. say iiimf-server-11.4.1568-3
It's nice to now when the source is changes,
and this will also make source maintenance easier I think.
I must suggest a slightly different scheme that would be like fedora
Extras package naming policies, and mharris rules.
Where X is the incrementing release number of the package, and Y is
the upstream svn revision.
Including the revision number in the Version tag may potentially
clash, necessitating an Epoch increment. Just hoping to avoid even
the smallest chance.
Target for FC2 Update on June 14th.
Yu, thanks for changing the tarball filename. :-)
Can we also have the svn revision at least in pkg release
number as Warren suggested?
Should be fixed in the update for FC2 and in the next devel build.