Re: What to do?
>>>>> "Mitch" == Mitch Blevins <email@example.com> writes:
Mitch> I believe that the technical term for what I've done is a
Mitch> 'boo-boo'. I blame it on raging stupidity on my part. But
Mitch> how can I fix it?
Mitch> Here's the situation:
Mitch> I uploaded gtksamba-0.1.4 -- no problem. I uploaded
Mitch> gtksamba-0.3.0 -- no problem. I uploaded gtksamba-3.1 --
Mitch> As you can see, I left out the '0.' on the front of the
This is what epochs were meant for. In your debian/changelog,
make the next revision 1:0.3.2 and all will be fine. You will
just need to make sure to use the 1: prefix from now on whenever
referring to the version, in Dependancies or whatnot.
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