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    Exclamation Release name has floating formating

    Hi, I am author of DivFix++.
    I am trying to compile new package. But generated packages has +0.1 on release number.

    I am expecting to generate rpm with name of
    "DivFix++-0.34-1.rpm"
    but OBS generate package name as
    "DivFix++-0.34-1.1.rpm

    OBS report that
    Code:
    I have the following modifications for DivFix++.spec:
    15c15
    < Release: 1
    ---
    > Release: 1.1
    I deleted package and recreate it, doesn't solve problem.

    http://build.opensuse.org/package/sh...3ADeath_Knight

    Any solution?

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    Default Re: Release name has floating formating

    Quote Originally Posted by Death Knight
    Hi, I am author of DivFix++.
    I am trying to compile new package. But generated packages has +0.1 on
    release number.

    I am expecting to generate rpm with name of
    "DivFix++-0.34-1.rpm"
    but OBS generate package name as
    "DivFix++-0.34-1.1.rpm

    OBS report that

    Code:
    --------------------
    I have the following modifications for DivFix++.spec:
    15c15
    < Release: 1
    ---
    > Release: 1.1


    --------------------

    I deleted package and recreate it, doesn't solve problem.

    http://tinyurl.com/yfat5mm

    Any solution?
    Hi
    The Release number is version hence the change;
    http://en.opensuse.org/SUSE_Package_...9._Release_Tag

    You see the version change when a dependency package changes, eg 1.2.

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  3. #3

    Default Re: Release name has floating formating

    I think DivFix++ name corrupted. Then I recreate package with same name, I can see older files in it. Now I open package with name "DivFixpp" this will fix problem.

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    Smile Re: Release name has floating formating

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    The Release number is version hence the change;
    Packaging/SUSE Package Conventions/RPM Style - openSUSE

    You see the version change when a dependency package changes, eg 1.2.
    Himm, I am unaware of this. Thank you.

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