Re: Why Katie thinks it's an NMU?
Jeroen van Wolffelaar <email@example.com> writes:
> On Thu, Apr 01, 2004 at 11:30:54PM +0200, Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
> > Jeroen van Wolffelaar <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Katie ensures that the initial upload does in fact contain
> > source, or rather it checks if source for an upload are
> > available. Sources for a binary only recompile upload (1.2-3.4.5)
> > have to look for the non recompile version for source (1.2-3.4
> > diff/dsc, 1.2 orig.tar.gz or 1.2-3.4 tar.gz).
> I never said otherwise. As you quoted myself:
> > > Err, why should katie do that based on the version number?
> And indeed, if you read katie (and jennifer), you will find it doesn't
> care, it uses afaics the 'Source:' header from the .changes.
> > > quinn-diff does, and because of the nature of the upload (no new source
> > > attached), everything goes magically alright because there _is_ nothing
> > > to rebuild?
> > >
> > > Version numbering w.r.t. (Binary/Source) NMU's is a convention thing,
> > > mandated by policy. The archive scripts do not care other than for
> > > version ordering.
> > They do, see above.
> This doesn't follow at all from above, your logic is flawed.
I see the error in my ways and repend.
Your right. A the katie stage the version number doesn't seem to be
important anymore. The information from it got converted into other
sources, e.g. the control, file by that time.
Sorry for the mess.