[packman] dependencies of packman subpackages from same build

Daniel Pecka dpecka at opensuse.org
Mon Feb 20 09:04:19 CET 2017

Sorry, but I'm sad to read your answer ... You advocate abhorrent crutch
repeating over and over that the ball in front of us is cube ..

anyhow, thanks for all your activities for packman anyway, perhaps things
change one day. Maybe I should write some SDB article describing in-depth
what other alternatives than dup --from packman are available ...

best regards, daniel

S Pozdravem / Best Regards

Daniel Pecka - dpecka at opensuse.org

On Fri, Feb 17, 2017 at 11:01 AM, Olaf Hering <olaf at aepfle.de> wrote:

> Am Fri, 17 Feb 2017 09:28:42 +0100
> schrieb "sigsegv111 ." <nettezzaumanaa at gmail.com>:
> > >> SUSEhelp on freenode knows this factoid:
> > >> <SUSEhelp> ``zypper dup --from packman'' is wrong. It will
> > >> forcefully update _all_ packages that you have already in your
> > >> system with theirs packman instances (if they exist), just
> > >> imagine ...
> > > Whoever put that there is overreacting.
> > > Please get this removed, it is wrong. Especially with 42.2 and
> > > Tumbleweed, they have very few overlapping packages.
> >
> > I have to repeat myself, this is not wrong, it's perfectly correct
> > and I've explicitely proven to olaf on freenode why ... If I do now
> > in my system zypper -vv dup --from packman it will simply said change
> > vendor (and update thus) of all packages that have in packman
> > instance to a packman version and this is really not what I want.
> This is fine for your own system, do whatever you want.
> The helptext above is most likely meant for other users, and they most
> likely do not care about your view at all. Instead they probably want
> something that works, which is 'zypper dup --from packman'.
> Olaf

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