Description of problem:
while running fedora-review on dejavu-fonts, got following error
- Package does not generate any conflict.
Note: Package contains Conflicts: tag(s) needing fix or justification.
Do we still need conflicts for Fedora 11 packages?
Conflicts: dejavu-fonts < 2.26-3
Conflicts: dejavu-fonts-experimental < 2.26-3
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Hmm. Even the oldest supported version is 2.32/2.33 in Fedora 16, so it's definitely not going to require that conflict tag.
Nicolas, what's your take on this please? Is it a safe presumption to make that we'll not have this necessary in F16+? Thanks.
It's historical and harmless but yes it can be dropped
If no one commits in one week, I will remove Conflicts from spec file and build new package.
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Parag can you fix this?
Okay. Fixed in rawhide dejavu-fonts-2.34-2.fc21