dmraid uses non-standard soname versioning:
Could you remove the .rcX suffix?
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Let's update this to incorporate similar clean-ups to those we recently applied to lvm2.
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> dmraid uses non-standard soname versioning:
> Could you remove the .rcX suffix?
the 'standard' naming is provided.
The .rcX is for the dmraid versioning purpose.
Do you feel this really mandatory to get removed?
dmraid is the only package in RHEL which didn't pass the test.
Every other package (okay, except openssl which has a letter in the version) has only numbers and dots in the .so version.
From release-engineering perspective, I'd like to have it changed.
Anytime you change package version, soname changes as well and we have to make sure all dependant packages are rebuilt.
the packages (namely python-pyblock) are being linked against libdmraid.so.1,
not the ".rcX" sufficed one anyway, hence no issue with ".rcX" changes.
Then this is only about the glob hitting "rcX", no?
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Closing because linking happens vs. numerically suffixed lib.