Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 709161
Upgrade path: python-pyblock is older in F15 (+updates) than in F14 updates
Last modified: 2012-08-07 14:03:48 EDT
Description of problem:
python-pyblock is older in F15 (+updates) than in F14 updates, breaking the upgrade path.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Upgrade from Fedora 14 (with python-pyblock installed, e.g. due to installation from a live image, which includes liveinst and thus anaconda and python-pyblock) to Fedora 15.
The Fedora 14 version of python-pyblock is kept.
python-pyblock gets upgraded to the version in Fedora 15 updates.
Please push a Fedora 15 update to match https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/python-pyblock-0.52-1.fc14
Ping? How hard can it be to push the same new version to F15?
Also, the latest update on F14 is actually not the one offered in the repos! You need to work with rel-eng to get the 0.51-1-fc14 update untagged. (It got pushed to stable after the newer 0.52-1.fc14, so Koji thinks it's "newer".)
The upgrade path is still broken!
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