OK, I don't like having to add hacks to the release scripts, but it looks like 
it's the only way here, short of renaming the git repo.

I fixed the version numbers and repacked kirigami, now as kirigami2.
Please double-check closely that everything is as it should...

kirigami v5.37.0-rc2
89ac5784a78269d6715941de7fdf4aec95d6413a
ad252c1ff20060f1de5afd41fade9b86e046bc9a7da38af6ca507f8ba2ce82fc  
sources/kirigami2-5.37.0.tar.xz

Cheers,
David.

On jeudi 10 août 2017 21:16:25 CEST Rik Mills wrote:
> Indeed it would. For example I have kirigami (v1) and kirigami2 source
> packages in ubuntu, so human level confusion aside, now renaming
> kirigami2 tarballs to just kirigami is going to give scripting and
> tooling a headache.
> 
> On 10/08/17 20:09, Tobias C. Berner wrote:
> > Also, given that this was previously called kirigami2, and still
> > installs stuff to .../cmake/KF5Kirigami2/..., .../kirigami.2/... and so
> > respectively, wouldn't it be less confusing to call this still kirigami2?
> > 
> > 
> > mfg Tobias
> > 
> > On 10 August 2017 at 20:52, Andreas Sturmlechner
> > <andreas.sturmlech...@gmail.com <mailto:andreas.sturmlech...@gmail.com>>
> > 
> > wrote:
> >     On Sunday, 6 August 2017 at 23:41, David Faure wrote:
> >     > KDE Frameworks 5.37.0 has been uploaded to the usual place.
> >     > 
> >     > New frameworks: kirigami.
> >     
> >     Looks like krigiami still has KF5_VERSION 5.36 and KF5_DEP_VERSION
> >     5.35.0, I
> >     don't think that's intentional?
> >     
> >     Regards


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Working on KDE Frameworks 5

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