On Sun, 4 Aug 2013 08:14:17 -0400, Darryl L. Pierce wrote:
There is at least one (likely more) scripts in use for doing mass
rebuilds that are incorrectly bumping the release value. I noticed this
before and brought it up in IRC but didn't file a bug then.
What's going on is that the script is incrementing the release by 1 but
is not rounding off the value. So, for example, from one package I
maintain (perl-qpid_proton) I see the following in the %changelog:
The spec file is bad:
This is a non-standard release versioning scheme, and certainly the
bumpspec script should not mess with that value beyond bumping the
Odd is how the release value has been increased before:
* Mon Jul 22 2013 Petr Pisar - 0.4-2.1
- Perl 5.18 rebuild
* Mon Apr 1 2013 Darryl L. Pierce - 0.4-1.1
- Changed the qpid-proton dependency to qpid-proton-c.
- Changed the qpid-proton-devel dependency to qpid-proton-c-devel.
* Fri Mar 1 2013 Darryl L. Pierce - 0.4-1
- Rebased on Proton 0.4.