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Old 1st September 2010, 12:00 AM
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What's up with gobject-introspection versioning?

I got an odd result from "yum list extras" today, gobject-introspection-0.9.3-5.fc14 isn't available in any repo, but it is installed on my system. So I ran:
[gene@Mobile-PC ~]$ yum list gobject-introspection
Installed Packages
gobject-introspection.x86_64            0.9.3-5.fc14            @updates-testing
Available Packages
gobject-introspection.i686              0.9.3-1.fc14            fedora
and checked koji:
gobject-introspection-0.9.3-1.fc14  	mclasen  	2010-08-11 19:01:07  	complete
gobject-introspection-0.9.3-5.fc14 	mclasen 	2010-08-04 23:06:21 	complete
It looks like the version should have been -0.5 for the August 4th build, perhaps? As of now, the only way to get the more recently built package would be to downgrade gobject-introspection. The change logs for both packages are identical, too! Both builds claim to be 0.9.3-1, the first build of the new release. Think I should do a downgrade?


---------- Post added at 04:00 PM CDT ---------- Previous post was at 03:20 PM CDT ----------

I see in bodhi that 0.9.3-5 got obsoleted. I must have grabbed it for testing and missed the obsolete. It looks like the correct version is the one that's been blocked for me. A downgrade will fix that.


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