LLVM 3.5 rebase
sergio.pasra at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 11:33:49 UTC 2014
2014-10-21 12:32 GMT+02:00 Kalev Lember <kalevlember at gmail.com>:
> On 10/21/2014 10:37 AM, Sergio Pascual wrote:
> > Just a question. If I retire the package in F21, will it affect the F20
> > F21 upgrade path for those
> > who have python-llvmpy installed?
> > I mean, you upgrade, there is a new llvm 3.5, but you have python-llvpmy
> > that requires llvm 3.4
> > and... fedup will probably ignore python-llvpmy and will go ahead, but
> > those that use yum will need to
> > uninstall python-llvmpy by hand. Is this correct?
> The usual fix for this is to have something remove the retired package
> on upgrades. llvm should be a good candidate for doing the removal since
> all python-llvmpy installations already have llvm installed.
> Something like this in llvm spec file:
> Obsoletes: python-llvmpy < 0.12.7-2
> Obsoletes: python3-llvmpy < 0.12.7-2
I have retired python-llvmpy in Rawhide and F21.
Now if the owner of llvm does the "Obsoletes trick " then the rebase can go
ahead, is it right?
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