Andreas J. Koenig wrote: > libcrypt-rijndael-perl 1.05.01 > 1.05 > > An underscore in the version number has a special meaning on CPAN: it > means this is a developer release not yet ready for production. I > suppose the above debian package is based on > BDFOY/Crypt-Rijndael-1.05_01.tar.gz. > > You should either not package it at all or make your own version > numbering in such cases, like maybe 1.05-1 Given that CPAN treats 1.05_01 as being LOWER than 1.05 (sort of a release candidate for 1.05), the Debian equivalent would rather be 1.05~01: $ dpkg --compare-versions 1.05~01 lt 1.05 && echo OK || echo NOK OK $ dpkg --compare-versions 1.05.01 lt 1.05 && echo OK || echo NOK NOK > libdate-simple-perl 3.03.03 > 3.02 > > Same here. You seem to take IZUT/Date-Simple-3.03_03.tar.gz although > it is not yet released in all formality. It's up to your judgement if > this is the right thing to do. CPAN cannot provide you with metadata > that help you in this decision. Same here: 3.03~03, not 3.03.03.
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