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Tue Jan 20 19:11:11 UTC 2015
V Tue, 20 Jan 2015 12:39:32 -0500
Ryan Lerch <rlerch at redhat.com> napsáno:
> each wallpaper for a release is in a new package for each release.
> This allows someone to install the older or newer wallpapers on their
> system if they wish. prior to f21, these packages were named by the
> codename, but with f21 not having a codename, the name of the package
> itself has 21 in it, not the version (the package names all start
> with f21-backgrounds)
Not true exactly. Supplemental wallpapers are all in a big single
package (one per release). If you're gonna ship "top-15" it's
definitely gonna be a problem.
In order for the package not to break users' set-ups during upgrades
we would need each of the top-15 wallpapers in a single package which
would then the top-15 one require so that the package would stay and
new ones would be pulled in. But then the wallpaper poll would keep
growing with each update...
> I assume this might have happened between a beta / final step where
> the package name will not change, but the name of the file it ships
> might. But this shouldnt happen between versions.
Next to impossible for desktop/cinnamon, mate or kde, unless you choose
pngs/jpegs directly instead of the provided xml/desktop files with
proper descriptions (and updates filenames, should they change),
possible for xfce/lxde.
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