Consider we have package 'foo-libs' that provides set of libraries.
How do I get all dependant packages (for batch rebuild of dependencies after
package update)? Something which takes soft dependencies into account, too.
Some packages might depend on 'foo-libs' explicitly, some depend on soname
(implicitly), some depend on particular file within package (say
Is there facility within 'dnf repoquery' that gives ultimate answer? I can do
sub-queries later do pick the important rebuild candidates.
Also, I would be curious about "ultimate" repoquery to get list of SOURCE
dependants, e.g. on 'foo-devel'.
# Fedora Quality Assurance Meeting
# Date: 2016-11-21
# Time: ** 16:00 ** UTC
# Location: #fedora-meeting on irc.freenode.net
It's meeting time again tomorrow! We haven't met for a few weeks, and
it's the end of the Fedora 25 cycle, so we can check that we have
everything in line for the Fedora 25 release and start looking forward
to Fedora 26. Please note that in most places, daylight savings time
ended since the last meeting happened, so the meeting is now at 16:00
UTC. If DST is observed where you live and you put your clocks back in
the last few weeks, the meeting will be at the same local time as
usual. If you don't observe DST, the meeting will be an hour later than
If anyone has any other items for the agenda, please reply to this
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Also note I'm not proposing a blocker meeting for tomorrow: we probably
deserve a break from those for a week or two!
== Proposed Agenda Topics ==
1. Previous meeting follow-up
2. Fedora 25 final check-in and retrospective setup
3. Fedora 26 initial plans
4. Open floor
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I tried to test upgrade f24->f25:
sudo dnf system-upgrade download --refresh --releasever=25 --allowerasing
but it wanted to downgrade a large number of packages, particularly texlive:
[hundreds of downgrades...]
Just checking that last one:
rpm -q texlive-zlmtt
Yup, the f24 version seems to be newer.
I suppose this is not the correct procedure?