On Sun, Oct 15, 2017 at 4:52 PM, William Moreno
El 15/10/2017 10:36 a. m., "Neal Gompa" <ngompa13(a)gmail.com> escribió:
On Sun, Oct 15, 2017 at 12:09 PM, Till Hofmann
> Hi all,
> if I want to downgrade a package in rawhide only (I only pushed the
> update to rawhide), do I need to add an Epoch?
> I updated librealsense to librealsense2 and afterwards realized that the
> new library is a major rewrite that does not support older camera
> models. After consulting with upstream, I came to the conclusion that we
> should stay with version 1 for the librealsense package and submit
> librealsense2 as a separate package. I think Debian is planning to do
> the same thing. Therefore, I need to downgrade librealsense in rawhide
> to version 1.
I would suggest that you submit librealsense1 as a separate package,
instead. The applications that use the older versions should probably
be linked to the older one, but things should progressively migrate to
the newer one.
And add Provides: librealsense2 so people can find the same package name in
debianland and fedoraland.
I have seem than the README file of *a lot* of app list requirements and
build requeriments using the names of packages in Debian/Ubuntu and some
times it is not trivial to find the equivalent package name for epel/fedora
This doesn't actually make sense to do. People should be searching for
librealsense-devel for building against, and Debian ships
librealsense-dev, so it more or less matches.
Runtime libraries are automatically picked up by the dependency
generator, so people should never need to specify it.
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