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Re: is there a bug with packages action based on -release numbers?

From: Phil D'Amore
Subject: Re: is there a bug with packages action based on -release numbers?
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 11:11:05 -0400

That's sort of weird.  I just double-checked the source and
RPMCheckPackage definitely does consider the release component in its
comparison.  I'm also pretty sure this routine hasn't changed in a
while.  Checking the release also works for me on my FC2 box.

Also, to make sure it hadn't changed I downloaded 2.1.0 (could not get
2.1.3 from the FTP site), and check that one and it also works.  Doing a
diff between 2.1.0 and 2.1.10 which is what I currently run, nothing in
that particular area of package.c has changed.

Is this only happening on RHL 7.3 or can you reproduce it everywhere?

On Sat, 2004-10-23 at 13:17, address@hidden wrote:
> I trying to...
>  packages:
>    redhat_7_3&some_test_host::
>      glibc version=0:2.2.5-44 elsedefine=do_rh73_glibc
> but RPMCheckPackage() doesn't seem to notice the difference in
> -release numbers...
>  RPMCheckPackage(): Requested glibc eq 0:2.2.5-44
>  RPMCheckPackage(): Trying installed version 0:2.2.5-42
>  Comparison result: eq
> Am I missing something?  Has this been fixed since 2.1.3?
> steve
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