Re: versioning trouble
W dniu 22.02.2012 02:42, Jerome BENOIT pisze:
For future uploads in your scenario another correct approach would be
2.53+cvs20120219, since it's really 2.53 + some changes from CVS dated
Thanks for the prompt reply.
On 22/02/12 02:34, Paul Wise wrote:
On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 8:46 AM, Jerome BENOIT wrote:
Three days ago I uploaded for sponsoring my package with version
2.54+cvs20120219 which obviously cvs version.
You should have used 2.54~cvs20120219 instead, since that sorts before
2.54 (note the special ~ character).
I will keep it in mind for next cvs based packages.
The tilde (~) character is useful if an upstream released
alpha/beta/release-candidate. Then you can upload 2.70~beta1 for example
and when there's final 2.70 version then 2.70-1 is still newer than this
Meanwhile, more precisely yesterday, the upstream maintainer finally
released version 2.54, so now I plan
to upload an upstream version of my package with version 2.54.
But, according to `dch', version 2.54 is less than 2.54+cvs20120219:
I can manage it ?
May I force version 2.54 ? may I use some work around here ?
If the package has not yet been uploaded to Debian,
just edit the
changelog with your favourite text editor and change 2.54+cvs20120219
to 2.54 then update the packaging if needed.
I will work around it by creating a Debian source package, 2.54+ds is
greater than 2.54+cvs20120219:
it planed to do so sooner or later, so I do it right now.