On Fri, 21 Nov 2003, mark heslep wrote:
> The cpp dependency is still sitting on 3.3.2-1 which breaks apt and yum
> for me. This happens if you also upgrade gcc-c++ to -2 and then try to
> reinstall gcc:
> gcc: Depends: cpp (= 3.3.2-1) but 3.3.2-2 is to be installed
hmm Ok Im pulling this from ayo.freshrpms. If I download the package
directly and rpm -qR it correctly shows dependency on -2, so the header
information passed to apt/yum must be bad?
That in practice means that there's no gcc 3.3.2-2 there yet: it (both yum
and apt) see a newer version cpp, want to upgrade it but wont since
there's no gcc available to satisfy the dependency. I'd say the repo is
just out of sync slightly.
- Panu -