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Re: Ditto apr1 and aprutil1 (was Two identically-named libtool directories)

On Sat, Feb 07, 2009 at 01:09:35PM -0800, David Rothenberger wrote:
> On 2/7/2009 11:22 AM, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>> On Sat, Feb 07, 2009 at 01:58:24PM -0500, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>> We have two libtool directories with two setup.hints in
>>> ~release/_obsolete and ~release.  This is causing problems.  It seems
>>> like things have been like this since at least November and no one was
>>> complaining because upset threw out the _obsolete package in favor of a
>>> newer one thanks purely to the fragile sort order directory inspection.
>>> That has changed now thanks to last week's problems.
>>> People are complaining about getting out-of-date versions of libtool.
>>> Maybe I'll figure out the intent two seconds after sending this message
>>> but I can't see any reason to have two packages with identical names in
>>> the release so I have deleted the _obsolete/libtool packages.
>>> Looks like even error-checking for upset is in order.
>> Two more culprits.
>> I don't understand why these duplicate named directories and setup.hints
>> were created.  Package names are supposed to be unique so it was
>> basically luck (and an upset bug) that the _obsolete directories were
>> quietly overridden before.
>> I've removed _obsolete/apr1 and _obsolete/aprutil1.
> apr1 and aprutil1 packages are supposed to be in the _obsolete category. 
> The other packages should be in libapr1 and libaprutil1.

They were but they were spread out in two different locations in the
ftp area.


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