Dne 02. 08. 19 v 12:33 Matthew Miller napsal(a):
> On Thu, Aug 01, 2019 at 10:16:40AM -0700, Adam Williamson wrote:
>> Hmm. I never really chipped into the ~ discussion, but it just occurred
>> to me it intersects with a discussion I care quite a lot about: RPM
>> version comparison. Especially RPM version comparison when all you have
>> to deal with is a string that represents an RPM N(E)VR(A) somehow
>> (that's 'name', 'epoch', 'version', 'release', 'arch').
> I think we should do away with NEVRA comparison entirely and just use "R",

Or we could use just "E" O:-)


> which would be an integer which would increase with each git commit and
> never reset. Third party repos which want to override the base could use
> modules to do so. (So it'd become NMRA.) There would be no need for
> complicated parsing or ordering logic, and we wouldn't need to care what the
> upstream scheme is. Upstream could use rainbow color order and everything
> would be fine. Plus, we could easily decide that _we_ need to go back to an
> older version without introducing epoch madness.
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