Bug#676501: [apt-build] Problem with package-revision +b2
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I'm not sure, if this is the same as in bug #434859, which was closed in
I tried to recompile the sources of package ufraw from testing
(0.18-1.1) locally with apt-build.
While comilation run without problems, "apt-get update; apt-get -u
dist-upgrade" didn't upgrade the ufraw-packages from the previous
installed version from testing (0.18-1.1+b2), because the package
created by apt-build had a lower version-number (0.18-1.1+apt-build1).
Besides that, this results in an automatic "downgrade" of the package
from +apt-build1 to +b2 on any (dist-)upgrade, as long as apt-pinning is
not used (which I don't want to use at the moment).
Perhaps there's a way to set the version-information to
"0.18-1.1+b2-apt-build1" or similar on those cases?
--- System information. ---
Kernel: Linux 3.2.0-2-686-pae
Debian Release: wheezy/sid
500 unstable qgis.org
500 testing-proposed-updates ftp.de.debian.org
500 testing www.deb-multimedia.org
500 testing security.debian.org
500 testing ftp.de.debian.org
500 stable dl.google.com
--- Package information. ---
Depends (Version) | Installed
debconf (>= 0.5) | 1.5.43
OR debconf-2.0 |
libc6 (>= 2.1) | 2.13-32
perl | 5.14.2-11
apt (>= 0.5) | 0.9.5.1
gcc | 4:4.6.2-4
g++ | 4:4.6.2-4
dpkg-dev (>= 1.9) | 1.16.3
libappconfig-perl (>= 1.5) | 1.66-1
libapt-pkg-perl (>= 0.1.11) | 0.1.26+b1
devscripts | 2.11.7
apt-utils | 0.9.5.1
Recommends (Version) | Installed
fakeroot | 1.18.3-1
build-essential | 11.5
Package's Suggests field is empty.