Description of problem:
Upgrading from "gdk-pixbuf-0.18.0-6" to "gdk-pixbuf-0.18.0-7" fails when there
is a dependency "gdk-pixbuf = 0.18.0":
# rpm -q gdk-pixbuf gdk-pixbuf-gnome
# rpm -Uvh gdk-pixbuf-0.18.0-7.i386.rpm
error: Failed dependencies:
gdk-pixbuf = 0.18.0 is needed by (installed) gdk-pixbuf-gnome-0.18.0-7
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
# rpm -q rpm
Every time. Seems to happen with other packages too: if there is a dependency
foo=x then I can't upgrade from foo-x-y to foo-x-(y+1).
package upgrade fails.
The package upgrade above should succeed.
What's the story with this, Bill? I don't immediately see anything
wrong with the gdk-pixbuf Requires:.
The requirement doesn't have an epoch matching the epoch of the main package;
that's why RPM is throwing the error.
rpm is not being consistent, as far as I can see. If I upgrade from both at
...-6 to both at ...-7 there is no error. When I try and upgrade from the
mixture to both at ...-7, there is an error.
Surely whether or not the dependencies are correct should only depend on what
I'm upgrading to, not on what I'm upgrading from?
Even if there is a packaging problem, the rpm behaviour seems counterintuitive
* Tue Jun 3 2003 Jeff Johnson <email@example.com>
- add explicit epoch's where needed.