>>> I released a bugfix in the form of:
>>> I had thought that the next release would be in the 0.9 series.
>>> Now, the bugfix is upstream and the author has released the next
>>> version of mt-daapd. Unfortunately, this version is 0.2.4.2, which
>>> is lower that the versions above. I'd like to supercede the
>>> packages above with this "lower" version number.
>>> What is the best way to handle this? I'd like to avoid using the
>>> 0.9 version, as the developer has not moved to this yet upstream.
>> Epoch bump?
> As far as I know, the epoch does not override the version for
> update path.
Overriding the version is the entire raison d'être of epoch,
Please excuse my ignorance. I have read up on the epoch and you are
right -- it provides the solution to my problem. Thanks!