Roger Ineichen wrote:
> What do you do if version x.y works with d.e.d but not with
> d.e.e (because it's borken) and fixed in d.e.f.

You release x.y.1 which has dependencies on d.e.d, >=d.e.f.

> This is a use case where fixing versions in packages doesn't
> work 

Sure it does.

> This is the benefit of the KGS. You can define whatever you like
> an nobody is able to block packages which you need to use.

Oh? How so? Surely a KGS locks everything down?!



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