On 11/8/19 10:03 PM, Ed Greshko wrote:

You happen to do things which are pretty much not what most others
would do.

What??  Me???  Okay, guilty as charged.


My suggestion is that people use the official upgrade instructions.

A good place to start, but I have found it does not cover
things that go wrong.  To me they are rather incomplete
but a good starting point.  I reference them in my
full upgrade write up.

Your text appears to be saying, use --allowerasing --best and then if you have issues do a clean
and then proceed without using them.

I have had the experience where I had something from
a testing repo that was a higher revision that in the
next release, and the upgrade pooped on me because of it.

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