Hi, * Carlo Segre <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2006-06-27 07:12]: > I am planning ot upload a package which I have been maintaining > for a local archive for several years already. I intended to > keep the old changelogs as a record of the work that has been > done on the package, however there is one problem. During the > time I have been packaging this and making it available on my > repository, the upstream author changed package versioning in > such a way that I had to apply an epoch. Would it be better for > me to just drop the old changelogs and the eopch for the first > archive upload? I will risk breaking upgrades for the current > users (I really don't know how many there are) but it might be > cleaner from the Debian point of view. This is exactly what the epoch is for so keep it with the changelogs. Regards Nico > -- Nico Golde - JAB: email@example.com | GPG: 0x73647CFF http://www.ngolde.de | http://www.muttng.org | http://grml.org Forget about that mouse with 3/4/5 buttons - gimme a keyboard with 103/104/105 keys!
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