Warren Togami wrote:
Ivan Gyurdiev wrote:
> Why is there no repository for the fedora.us packages that's in sync
> with fedora development? I've noticed fedora-devel packages tend to
> update in batches in order not to break dependencies. It becomes a
> pain to make fedora devel work with fedora.us packages against the
> last release. Isn't the idea to merge the two anyway? When will that
What are you talking about? fedora.us has been in sync with development
during this entire FC2 cycle. Now we've moved to a version '2'
repository in preparation for release, so we can do a mass rebuild of
all Extras packages and make sure everything works.
Ok. I assumed I don't know what I'm talking about.
Then how about this:
This is from the lablgtk maintainer in Fedora.us
------- Additional Comment #2 From Ivan Gyurdiev 2004-06-19 09:42 -------
And the current libcroco is:
I was told fedora.us was to stay in sync with -devel...anything else is
Is this not so?
------- Additional Comment #3 From Michael Schwendt 2004-06-19 10:01 -------
That is false information. The Extras repositories for Fedora Core 2 stay
compatible with Fedora Core 2, of course, and do not follow Fedora Core
Development. A separate tree which follows FC Development does not
availability of FC3 Test1, (re)builds will be available in a separate tree.