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Le 2014-01-31 12:12, Daniel James a écrit :
> Hi Jerome,
>> I think switching to upstream numbering is still possible. by
>> using an epoch number. The new version number for
>> libjs-jquery-cookie would be 1:1.4.0 (epoch 1) which would be
>> more recent than 8-2 (epoch 0).
> It may not be necessary to use an epoch just for galette, as
> galette appears to bundle its own copy of libjs-jquery-cookie in
> /usr/share/galette/includes/jquery/jquery.cookie.js - according
While a number of web app maintainers in Debian seem to choose to do
that, it's explicitly discouraged by the Debian Policy, see section
So this is actually a bug in galette (especially so once jquery-cookie
1.4.0 makes it in the archive).
> But then maybe there is a law that Debian binary package numbers
> can never go downwards...
Well, in this case, the package manager is the law, because it has to
decide wether a package is an upgrade or a downgrande over another
version of the same package. The version number is depended on for this.
- -- Jerome
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