Skip-broken could not solve problems

Andre Robatino robatino at fedoraproject.org
Sun Jan 9 23:20:06 UTC 2011


seth vidal <skvidal <at> fedoraproject.org> writes:

> > Depends what you mean. If you mean 'is it a bug in yum', no. There are
> > some types of dependency issues that can't really sensibly be resolved
> > by ignoring some updates. It's clearly a bug in *something*, though. You
> > should treat each case individually, figure out what the ultimate root
> > of the problem is, and file a bug against the appropriate package.
> 
> well some of them are a bug in yum. :) And, in theory, yes we should be
> able to walk it back.
> 
> there's a couple of rawhide bugs which are ugly to trace out right now.

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=668301

It was reassigned to shotwell after I guessed the wrong component (exiv2).






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