Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 441270
Revisor appears to need an obsoletes for revisor-jigdo
Last modified: 2008-08-01 18:55:43 EDT
Description of problem:
It appears as if the revsior-jigdo package has been dropped. Most likely it
needs to be obsoleted.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
The problem occured with going from revisor-2.0.5-15.fc9.noarch to
2.1.0-1rc7.fc9.noarch which was blocked by revisor-jigdo-2.0.5-15.fc9.noarch's
dependency on revisor-2.0.5-15.fc9.noarch.
Seems to be 100%.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install revisor-2.0.5-15.fc9.noarch and revisor-jigdo-2.0.5-15.fc9.noarch
2. Attempt to update to current rawhide using yum update
yum was not able to do the update of revisor.
yum would delete revisor-jigdo-2.0.5-15.fc9.noarch (assuming that it really was
obsoleted) and complete the update.
There might be some other packages (such as revisor-delta) that need similar
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
More information and reason for this action is here:
I believe this has been resolved in Fedora 8 as well as in Fedora 9. Could you
I tried it out on F9 by uninstalling revisor (yum erase 'revisor*'), getting F8
version of revisor and installing it with rpm (rpm -Uvh
revisor-jigdo-22.214.171.124-7.fc8.noarch.rpm). I then did a yum update and revisor-cli
did appear to replace the obsoleted revisor-jigdo. Some relevant yum output:
revisor-cli noarch 2.1.1-6.fc9 updates 361 k
replacing revisor-jigdo.noarch 126.96.36.199-7.fc8
revisor noarch 2.1.1-6.fc9 updates 7.3 k
revisor-comps noarch 2.1.1-6.fc9 updates 976 k
Installing for dependencies:
revisor-gui noarch 2.1.1-6.fc9 updates 330 k
So I think it looks good.
Thank you, I was afraid memory hadn't served me well, or weirdness had been
happening. Thanks again!