Re: package naming
"Marcelo E. Magallon" <email@example.com> writes:
> On Mon, Jun 02, 2003 at 03:15:19PM -0400, Deedra Waters wrote:
> > I've been working on the package "kernel-patch-speakup" which has a
> > source package called speakup-cvs and produces the binary called
> > kernel-patch-speakup_20021221-1_all.deb, well, there is a stable
> > version of speakup that I'd like to package and have it keep the
> > kernel-patch-speakup name. This source package is called speakup, and
> > produces a similar binary called "kernel-patch-speakup_1.5-1_all.deb"
> > The problem currently is that the new source package produces a
> > binary package which already exists, and is generated by a different
> > source package
> I am not sure I understand why that's a problem. The only thing you
> have to take into account is adding an epoch to the new
Sure, the epoch is of course necessary. What I am wondering about is how
katie will react if a source package is uploaded which produces a binary
package which is already produced by another source package.
I.e., is there any thing one would need to be careful about, or
does this Just Work?
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