Jeff Johnson wrote:
Rex Dieter wrote:
> *Yes* it can. The bugzilla report referred to now on several occasions
> documents the rpm behavior where:
> foo1 includes
> Provides: bar
> Any install of a real 'bar' package, which now includes an implicit
> Obsoletes: bar < %%version-%%release
> will remove foo1.
Bzzzt! rpm never removes *anything* *ever* on "install" (as in --install).
At least get your rant right and use the word "upgrade".
Of course, technically you're right. However, AFAIK, apt/yum always
uses the "upgrade" mode of rpm.