[Pkg-rust-maintainers] Replaces/Breaks: libstd-rust-7d23ff90 ?
gus at debian.org
Wed Aug 12 07:26:41 UTC 2015
Yeah, agreed - and it will be up to us to keep that under control
I thought forcibly preventing overlapping installs was going to make it
unnecessarily hard to transition between rustc releases (in unstable),
however - so I made sure there were no actual file overlaps when doing the
(*) I'm not super-concerned about this given the set of such packages that
will depend on the dylibs package (currently only rustc.deb itself, and
always expected to be small).
So you didn't observe any actual issues that required the Replaces/Breaks?
This is good.
.. Oh I see what you mean - you're worried about the old package versions
being installed. Hrm, does apt's auto-remove features take care of this,
like it would for any other soname transition?
On Wed, 12 Aug 2015 at 17:00 Sylvestre Ledru <sylvestre at debian.org> wrote:
> Le 12/08/2015 04:23, Angus Lees a écrit :
> > Re:
> > Why was Replaces/Breaks: libstd-rust-7d23ff90 necessary?
> > (My hope was that different versions of libstd-rust-* could coexist to
> > ease upgrades of packages that use dylibs - of course we don't have
> > any of those currently or soon, but I was hoping to exercise the
> > approach in preparation)
> Oh, I didn't realize that. However, this is going to be messy: users
> will have a tonne of rust libraries at some point.
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