[Pkg-sugar-devel] Why track activity version numbers?

Jonas Smedegaard jonas at jones.dk
Fri Apr 21 07:00:33 UTC 2017

Hi Tony,

Quoting Tony Anderson (2017-04-21 07:57:56)
> Why does debian care about the activity version number? Is their 
> system even aware of activity/activity.info?

Because Debian is a distribution, and thus needs to track what it 

> Since Browse is an activity, how does it get involved with pristine? 
> If Browse were to be corrupted or erased, it can be downloaded and 
> installed from ASLO. Granted, if Browse is the only browse in town - 
> this could be a bit tricky. However, the nearest internet cafe could 
> handle downloading it to a usb stick.

I fail to understand your question.  Possibly because I insist on 
reading the question in the context of Debian packaging (as opposed to 
upstream design) or tricks sidestepping Debian.

If related to (not mis)using Debian, could you please try rephrase?


 - Jonas

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