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Description of problem:
Red Hat published an update for the LibOFX library in FC3 the other day,
which brings libofx from version 0.6.6 to version 0.7.0.
Having grisbi from Fedora Extras installed, I stumbled across a package
dependency problem when trying to update libofx:
grisbi-0.5.5-1 requires libofx.so.0, which is provided by libofx-0.6.6,
but the updated libofx with version 0.7.0 provides libofx.so.1 instead.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Attempting to update libofx-0.6.6 to version 0.7.0
Actual Results: Unresolvable chain of dependencies:
grisbi 0.5.5-1 requires libofx.so.0
does this need anything more than a rebuild?
No, a simple rebuild is enough. I was waiting for the anwer about epochs to
commit my update. Now it's done. I'll update the wiki.
Thanks for rebuilding grisbi! But -- I'm sorry to say it -- the package
dependency conflict described in this bug persists. The new grisbi-0.5.5-2
package still requires libofx.so.0.
Then increase the libofx-devel build requirement to >= 0.7.0 to make sure the
right soname is built against.
*** Bug 150032 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Could someone with CVS access please follow up this bug (i.e. increase the
libofx-devel build requirement in the grisbi specfile to >= 0.7.0 -- as Michael
suggested -- and request a rebuilt).
Yes sorry, I'll do that now.