On Mon, 27 Apr 2009, Bill Nottingham wrote:
Seth Vidal (skvidal(a)fedoraproject.org) said:
>> That's *really* hard, as there's not any state to track when packages
>> have been signed out from under the prior delta rpms.
>> The simplest solution would be to just nuke the old ones by hand.
> when they are signed? or nuke them in createrepo?
When rawhide becomes signed, nuke the old drpnms by hand in the tree
we're diffing against, so they're not carried forward.
If createrepo wants to do signature checking of drpms when it's creating
the metadata, it can, and that would also fix this. But that's more
Yah - I kinda wonder if it is worth the time to check all of them to weed
out the no-longer valid ones.