Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 216007
Violated upgrade path
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:49 EST
and look for your e-mail address in that message.
Packages published for old distributions must have a lower Version-Release than packages for newer distributions.
(This is an automated bugzilla submission.
In an effort to get these E-V-R issues solved I took a look at this bug...
It appears you updated all the branches, but forgot to check in some patches.
Then you fixed that on fc4/fc5 branches, but not on fc6 or devel.
It looks like checking in the missing patches:
And syncing up the spec file changes to fc6 and devel and doing a rebuild should
fix this. I did some test mock builds and they seemed to work fine...
If you could fix fc6/devel that would be great. If I don't hear from you soon I
will push in the fix myself...
Thanks for your support Kevin! I have bumped the release version on the devel
branch to fix the problem. Furthermore I have requested a FC-6 branch as I
haven't have one. Let me know if I did something wrong to solve this problem.
I sent you some private email already, but to add here...
Your package already has a FC-6 branch. You just need to 'cvs update -d' to get
the new branch locally...
(The -d is important to tell cvs you want new directories).
Ok. Thanks again. I synced the branch and requested a build. This bug should be