[mythtv] Re: Packaging prereleases/CVS? (was: Next release?)
potuncle at enjoyingeugene.com
Tue Jan 27 02:43:16 EST 2004
So if I really want to use and test the latest CVS rpms, where can I
On Jan 26, 2004, at 2:58 PM, Axel Thimm wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 12:52:53PM -0500, Isaac Richards wrote:
>>> From bug reports on the -users list, it seems a number of people
>> are unintentionally installing the CVS rpms. I don't think this'll
>> work, especially as they are (built with directfb enabled, which
>> will break on most people's machines). How about putting the rpms
>> someplace where they can't be grabbed automatically?
> Hm, I thought they were safe enough in the "bleeding" section of
> ATrpms described as: "bleeding packages means asking for trouble!"
> Obviously there are more people using bleeding than I was aware
> of. Doesn't anything scare them off? ;)
> I can remove stability classification from mythtv/cvs which results
> in the rpms not being in any apt repo, but only available for manual
> download. The flip side of the coin is that they will also lose their
> classification on web page (i.e. they will appear colorless like
> I guess it is time to look again at my repo/web generation scripts.
> Independent of the mythtv cvs people should not be activating a repo
> calling itself bleeding! At least not unintentionally!
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