Patrick O'Callaghan <pocallaghan <at> gmail.com> writes: > Well, naturally it's up to me, but I was hoping for some insight into > the relationship between the various repos. I started using kde-redhat a > few weeks back in order to get a preview of KDE 4.1, and it has gone > pretty well all in all. What I'd like to know is if there'll be some > kind of transition period (as happens between Rawhide and the next > Fedora release) during which changes to kde-redhat are frozen and people > decide whether to continue on the bleeding edge or return to the > "official" updates. I don't know if I'm making myself clear here, but > what I want to avoid is a situation where I block kde-redhat and > suddenly find a lot of broken dependencies.
Normally, the packages in the official updates will have newer EVRs (Epoch-Version-Releases, i.e. what defines RPM's version ordering) than what's currently in kde-redhat testing. Only some packages which stayed in kde-redhat unstable will not be included in the official updates: cmake 2.6, kdepim 4.1, and the alpha versions Amarok 2 and KOffice 2. I expect these to stay in kde-redhat unstable. So you should not run into broken dependencies. Kevin Kofler -- fedora-list mailing list email@example.com To unsubscribe: https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-list