Tor and unusual version numbers
Boey Maun Suang
boeyms at macports.org
Fri Apr 27 11:59:56 PDT 2007
On 27/04/2007, at 11:20, Daniel J. Luke wrote:
> and for the immediate workaround, the port maintainer can bump the
Isn't that going to muck things up for future versions if I then
delete it completely? I figure that that must be the reason why I get
The following installed ports are outdated:
netpbm 10.26.30_0 > 10.26.39_0 !
when running "port -v outdated", since the changeset history for the
netpbm Portfile shows an epoch line being inserted and then deleted.
I suppose that leaving epoch in there permanently shouldn't hurt, but
it's a bit misleading.
A question now to everyone using tor or tor-devel: what does "port -v
outdated" yield for you? My testing, like that of Chris Pickel,
suggests that rpm-vercomp is working fine; I don't quite understand
the Tcl to understand exactly what port.tcl is doing.
Boey Maun Suang (Boey is my surname)
Email: boeyms at macports.org
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