On 04/01/2016 02:51 PM, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
Recently FPC oked the use of rich boolean deps. However, we have run
into an issue where the tools used to push updates are not able to
correctly handle these new dependencies.
At today's FESCo meeting we decided to ask maintainers to not use rich
boolean Requires/Recommends for the time being until tooling can catch
up and allow us to push updates with them.
Thanks for your cooperation.
To clarify, the use of rich dependencies is banned from use for Requires: and
Recommends: dependencies. It is safe for use on Suggests:, Enhances: and
Supplements:. In particular, this means that it is still acceptable to generate
language subpackages using Supplements.
("Rich dependencies" refers to dependencies that specify "and" or