packages in versioned dependencies. Or to specific zero Epoch == no
in dependencies, which works fine nowadays. "Requires: libfoo
$ rpmdev-vercmp 0:2.0-5 2.0-5
0:2.0-5 == 2.0-5
and the sentence is incomplete. What I wanted to add is that nowadays no
Epoch and zero Epoch are the same and can be compared to eachother without
trouble, whereas years ago such a comparison lead to problems. And, of
course, versions in dependencies can get out-of-date, so eventually the
packager will need to revisit them and bump them, too.
Drop old "Epoch: 0" definitions in spec files, if you still
Most have been dropped already years ago.