[Pkg-e-devel] Install worked after manual upgrade

Martin Geisler martin at geisler.net
Mon Nov 28 06:55:39 UTC 2016

Hi Ross,

On Sun, Nov 27, 2016 at 5:12 PM, Ross Vandegrift <ross at kallisti.us> wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 27, 2016 at 10:15:40AM +0100, Martin Geisler wrote:
>> [INSTALL, DEPENDENCIES] libedje-bin:amd64 1.8.6-2.5+b1
>> [INSTALL, DEPENDENCIES] libefreet-bin:amd64 1.8.6-2.5+b1
>> [INSTALL, DEPENDENCIES] libembryo-bin:amd64 1.8.6-2.5+b1
>> [INSTALL, DEPENDENCIES] libethumb-client-bin:amd64 1.8.6-2.5+b1
>> [INSTALL, DEPENDENCIES] libevas-loaders:amd64 1.8.1-2+b2
>> [INSTALL, DEPENDENCIES] libevas1-engines-x:amd64 1.8.6-2.5+b1
> Ah interesting - there's a bug in the prevention of mixed version
> installations.  I think libeina needs a Breaks on the binary packages.
> That way, if something pulls in a newer eina, it'll force upgrades of
> these too.
>> I finally resolved this by upgrading an additional three packages:
>> [UPGRADE] libedje-bin:amd64 1.8.6-2.5+b1 -> 1.18.1-2
>> [UPGRADE] libefreet-bin:amd64 1.8.6-2.5+b1 -> 1.18.1-2
>> [UPGRADE] libevas1-engines-x:amd64 1.8.6-2.5+b1 -> 1.18.1-2
> You probably want to check on the status of libembryo-bin,
> libethumb-client, and libevas-loaders too.

Yep, those packages were also in need of an upgrade. Thanks!

>> Thanks again for bringing life to this project.
> Sorry for the trouble, and thanks for the very useful report!

My pleasure, it was no big problem!

Martin Geisler

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