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{{admon/tip|Here is [[Packaging:Committee#Guideline_Change_Procedure|the procedure for proposing changes to the guidelines]].  Simply commenting here may not do any good.}}
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== Broken internal links ==
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Exceptions is used as an id to an <a> tag twice, and as a result, the two different links to #Exceptions (which should be different) do not work properly.
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Typo fix: [[Packaging:NamingGuidelines#Package_Versioning]] should be used instead of [[Packaging:NamingGuidelines#Package_Version]]
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Look for string ",so" and change it to ".so".
 
Look for string ",so" and change it to ".so".
  
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--[[User:Till|Till]] 10:40, 8 August 2008 (UTC)
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Noticed [[Packaging/Guidelines#tags]] has 2 broken links to www.rpm.org
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== Versioned Requires ==
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Guideline states
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Second, the Epoch must be listed when adding a versioned dependency to achieve robust epoch-version-release comparison. A quick way to check the Epoch of package foo is to run:
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rpm --query --qf "%{EPOCH}\n" packagename
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However, if this returns (null), the package has no epoch.  Therefore Requires: cannot include an epoch.

Revision as of 09:35, 9 March 2012

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Here is the procedure for proposing changes to the guidelines. Simply commenting here may not do any good.

Contents

Broken internal links

Exceptions is used as an id to an <a> tag twice, and as a result, the two different links to #Exceptions (which should be different) do not work properly.

Typo fix: Packaging:NamingGuidelines#Package_Versioning should be used instead of Packaging:NamingGuidelines#Package_Version


Look for string ",so" and change it to ".so".

libs subpackages

Should there be some info on naming / reasons for having -libs subpackages in here somewhere?

Layout update.

In "Packaging Static Libraries" Could we get a layout update so that the points 1 and 2 both start on new lines.

Patch Upstream Status

Is this a Guideline? I guess so, because it is in the Packaging Namespace, but it is only linked from PackageMaintainers/CreatingPackageHowTo

Packaging/PatchUpstreamStatus --Till 10:40, 8 August 2008 (UTC)

Noticed Packaging/Guidelines#tags has 2 broken links to www.rpm.org

Versioned Requires

Guideline states Second, the Epoch must be listed when adding a versioned dependency to achieve robust epoch-version-release comparison. A quick way to check the Epoch of package foo is to run:

rpm --query --qf "%{EPOCH}\n" packagename 

However, if this returns (null), the package has no epoch. Therefore Requires: cannot include an epoch.