FreeRDP downgrade in rawhide and f22 updates-testing
pbrobinson at gmail.com
Wed Mar 18 11:13:06 UTC 2015
On Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 11:08 AM, David Woodhouse <dwmw2 at infradead.org> wrote:
> After a brief flirtation with a FreeRDP 1.2.1-beta snapshot, we
> concluded that the API breakage was too much to handle and we've
> reverted to a slightly earlier snapshot of 1.2.0-beta.
> The 1.2.1 packages were briefly visible in rawhide and f22
> updates-testing. Am I right in thinking that we *don't* need to bump the
> epoch in order to go back to 1.2.0, and that testers should expect to
> have to use 'distro-sync' occasionally instead of just 'update'?
> I suppose we can bump the epoch if we have to (it's already non-zero,
> after all), but my first inclination is always to try to avoid doing so.
If you've pushed them out to people you'll need to bump the epoch,
expecting people to run distro-sync isn't a fix and there's other
processes that don't have that functionality (secondary arch builds
amongst other things) to deal with it.
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