Richard W.M. Jones
rjones at redhat.com
Wed Jun 11 17:59:20 UTC 2008
On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 01:07:35PM -0400, Jonathan S. Shapiro wrote:
> I'm a bit confused about the ocaml-lablgtk package. First, this appears
> to be lablgtk2 rather than lablgtk, which leads me to wonder whether the
> package is correctly named.
When I originally repackaged lablgtk2 I named the package
ocaml-lablgtk2, but there was consensus [where? - IRC?] to leave the
name as ocaml-labgtk. Unless you want to install both labgtk1 &
lablgtk2 this shouldn't be a problem, although it is slightly
inconsistent with Debian.
> Second, this appears to be version 2.6, while the current upstream
> is 2.10.1. This leads me to wonder (given that I know you just spun
> this) whether there may be a good reason to stick with the earlier
> revision for now?
Yes, because both binary and source break when you upgrade. Binary
breakage requires us to rebuild all dependent packages, which is
time-consuming. Source breakage is usually more complicated.
We have version 2.10.1 in Rawhide, and 2.10.0 in Fedora 9 however, so
perhaps using a later version of Fedora is an option? You can also
try using packages from Fedora 9 and/or Rawhide in Fedora 8 -- just
fiddle with /etc/yum.repos.d/* to enable the later repository.
Richard Jones, Emerging Technologies, Red Hat http://et.redhat.com/~rjones
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