David.Mantock at connectis.ch
Thu Feb 11 14:26:28 CET 2010
I made the following packages yesterday and I have now loaded them in to build farm NFS share: /home/testing
They are available for testing on http://mirror.opencsw.org/opencsw/testing
Apart from making x86 versions is there something else I should do?
Thanks and best regards,
From: maintainers-bounces+dlm=opencsw.org at lists.opencsw.org [mailto:maintainers-bounces+dlm=opencsw.org at lists.opencsw.org] On Behalf Of Dagobert Michelsen
Sent: Donnerstag, 11. Februar 2010 13:09
To: List for OpenCSW maintainers
Subject: Re: [csw-maintainers] Problem with "alternatives" on updates
Am 11.02.2010 um 13:00 schrieb Ben Walton:
> Excerpts from Dagobert Michelsen's message of Thu Feb 11 05:03:15
> -0500 2010:
> Hi Dago,
>>> postuninstall scriptlet (using /bin/sh):
>>> if [ "$1" -ge "1" ]; then
> This is the key to the script here. The rpm system has the notion of
> upgrades and when $1 -ne "0", the script can assume it was upgraded
> and that the postuninstall script is being triggered in that context.
> It's not as nice as the dpkg version, but it gets the job done.
> Hopefully that clears it up, although it won't make it easier for us,
> as we only have an upgrade notion when wrapped by pkgutil/pkg-get.
The current plan is to save the selection if the linkgroup is in
manual mode *and* the selection in the package removed. On an
alternatives addition it is checked if the saved selection is
about to be re-added and then "set". This way updates will work
in addition to removals. The one problem is a removal followed
by an addition much later, which would also be noticed as update.
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