On Tue, 05 Dec 2006 19:50:12 +0100, Enrico Scholz wrote:
"Tom 'spot' Callaway" writes:
> I drafted a proposal for when it is ok to use Conflicts: (almost never):
| My package, foo-game doesn't work when bar is older than 1.2.3.
| WRONG: Conflicts: bar < 1.2.3
| RIGHT: Requires: bar >= 1.2.3
is wrong and should be the opposite. There should not be added a Requires:
when package 'foo' works without 'bar' but fails with 'bar <
Popular example is the 'kernel' package. Lot of packages won't work with
kernel 2.4 but it would be wrong to Require: the 'kernel' package.
What does Anaconda do during a dist upgrade in that case?