The package really should be split up in one part with the dynamic libs and
one part with the rest. A lot of programs depend on the libs and ypou can't
upgrade bzip2 in the future because of all these other programs. I now have
0.9.5 installed and would like to install 1.0.1 and I can't.
Also, for fisher it would be good with a bzip0.9.5-lib rpm that just
contains the old libbz.0 and libbz2.so.0.0.0
I guess this is the wrong forum for this kind of bug, but I couldn't find
The idea of building shared libraries is that you should be able to have
several versions installed. To bad that many redhat rpms stops us from
using the dso's as intended.
We should probably add a compat package, with just the shared libraries.
(of course, this won't be for the next release - we entered package freeze with
the first beta)
The libraries are split off in bzip2-1.0.1-4, as for adding the old ones to
compat-libs, I'm reassigning.
Certainly compat-libs is not a package that should contain random