On 04/01/2012 07:40 AM, Alec Leamas wrote:
My problem is about possible ways to form the version-release fields
a git post-release.. My example involves a version like 1.1.0 and a git
release like 20120329git1234567
Reading , all examples of post-release updates are on the form
foo-1.1.0-1.20120328git1234567.fc16. Obviously, this is one way to do it.
However, when I try to read the link carefully, I also see a possibility
to use a version-release like foo-220.127.116.1120328git1234567-1.fc16. My
reasoning based on the link:
- Version tags are either properly ordered or not.
- git tags like this are properly ordered (thanks to the date prefix).
- For properly ordered tags, the text explicitly says the tag can go
into the version field. However, there are no such examples.
Of course, another question is why. In short, I see some minor
advantages w r t robustness and consistency using this form. But for
now, this is not really the focus of this question.
So, my question: Reading , is a version-release like
No. In short, in general, %version is upstream's choice, %release is