On 2018-02-09 13:01, Ian Jackson wrote:
Basically, `:' is annoying in filenames. Encoding it would have been possible but we don't encode anything else. And I think a rule against reusing the same upstream version with a different epoch is entirely sensible, anyway.
You say upstream version. But I'd say that rollbacks are exactly that: reuse of a different epoch with the same upstream version. Like what happened to imagemagick multiple times.
Kind regards Philipp Kern