Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 193626
utrac: broken upgrade path
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:34 EST
There are newer versions of utrac in older distro branches:
The FC-3 one is newer than the others.
This is not a newer version in FC3 branch.
0.3.0-7 is the same than 0.3.0-6.
I need to increase release tag because I made a mistake when I tagged the FC-3
branch. I tagged the branch with wrong spec file and I didn't succeed to
Do I have to increase release on all the others branchs?
* Thu May 18 2006 Alain Portal <aportal[AT]univ-montp2[DOT]fr> 0.3.0-7
- Increase release to fix a cvs error.
(In reply to comment #1)
> This is not a newer version in FC3 branch.
Yes it is, as far as rpm is concerned.
> I need to increase release tag because I made a mistake when I tagged the FC-3
Again, please look take a look at this post for instructions how to do that
without breaking the upgrade path:
> Do I have to increase release on all the others branchs?
If you think the current broken upgrade path should be fixed, then yes.
Generally such things should be fixed (possibly different dependencies, compiler
security features etc). I know nothing about utrac, so I can't tell what's the
case here, but again, see the above mailing list link how fixing old distro
versions can be done so that all newer ones do not require a rebuild. (You
can't use that any more in this case, it has to be done beforehand, when making
the fix for the old branch.)
(In reply to comment #2)
> (In reply to comment #1)
> > Do I have to increase release on all the others branchs?
> If you think the current broken upgrade path should be fixed, then yes.