On Wed, 2005-05-11 at 14:01 +1000, Colin Charles wrote:
So, I think its time spot updated:
Just to mention to packagers how cvs/svn/arch checkouts are to be
packaged. Some software never gets released (think say, Planet), and
it'd be a good idea that folk had the proper way to package things
So 0.0.`date` (of course make sure that date is not an escaped one, I'm
just being lazy here to write todays date) and a little note about the
fact that it came outta cvs/etc... would be good
Is there any precedent for this in FC (or in old fedora.us, or anywhere
Basically, do I need to invent this standard from the ground up, or is
there some existing standard that just needs to be documented?
Feedback is welcomed.
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