On 09/10/2008 10:15 PM, Ville Skyttä wrote:
On Wednesday 10 September 2008, Manuel Wolfshant wrote:
> It looks I made an error once again :(
> Please remove the rpmlint-0.84-2.el[4,5] packages from EL-4/testing
> and EL-5/testing. The binaries are OK, but the changelog is wrong
> because I forgot to re-tag after updating the spec in CVS. I have just
> rebuilt the packages using 0.84-2.el[4,5].1
> Sorry for the mess and my sincere apologies to Ville Skyta.
If you've tested and found the binaries working with EL's python, I don't
a problem with having my name in the changelog even if I did not push these
updates to EPEL (testing), rpmlint 0.84 is "old" and tested enough release
Given your warning regarding compatibility with older python
versions, I tested locally before building in plague and they worked OK
both on Centos 4 and Centos 5.
I've built the newer versions in plague as soon as I have noticed
that the "Fedora EPEL Package Build Report" did not list me in the
Changelog , so all that is needed now is a push in order to have the
correct name in place.
Things that I have reacted to earlier have been cases of pushing
packages with my name in the changelog towards EL before even Fedora
updates-testing or Rawhide users have had a reasonable chance to test them.