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Re: rawhide report: 20060720 changes

Erwin Rol wrote:
On Thu, 2006-07-20 at 05:36 -0400, buildsys redhat com wrote:

Broken deps for x86_64
	antlr-jedit - 2.7.6-3jpp_1fc.x86_64 requires jedit >= 0:4.1
	f-spot - 0.1.11-3.1.x86_64 requires mono(dbus-sharp) = 0:
	gnome-python2-nautilus-cd-burner - 2.15.4-1.x86_64 requires libdbus-1.so.2()(64bit)
	gnome-screensaver - 2.15.4-4.x86_64 requires dbus-glib >= 0:0.90
	system-config-soundcard - 2.0.0-2.noarch requires pycairo > 0:1.2.0
	tomboy - 0.3.5-7.x86_64 requires mono(dbus-sharp) = 0:

Since there are still packages that depend on the old dbus it is still
not possible to do a simple "yum update". Is there a better way to
update the packages that can be updated without hand picking them from
the list ?

Couldn't yum just update everything that is update-able and give a
warning at the end that some packages could not be updated due to what
ever reason. A bit like creating a list of all available updates and
than doing a "yum update <package name>" for each update available and
warn about the ones that can't be updated due to errors? Or is there
already some magic commandline option that can do this ?

Use the script in http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Tools/yum

Note that you might be missing out testing on undetected broken dependencies. The script is a sledge hammer.


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