Le lundi 31 janvier 2005 à 17:04 -0500, seth vidal a écrit :
this is a touch silly but possibly useful and it would definitely cut
down on the old crap blocking up cdroms.
how about if we kill all rpm spec file changelog entries OLDER than 2
they'll still live on in older srpms and rpms but it'd be a useful
reduction and it would make the specfiles that much smaller, along with
the rpm headers.
The "problem" I have about changelog is its duplications.
[fmatias@one i386]$ rpm -q --changelog xorg-x11 | wc
5369 35773 250956 <= big changelog
[fmatias@one i386]$ rpm -q -a | grep xorg-x11 | xargs rpm -q --changelog
75166 500822 3513384 <= very very big changelog (several times the same