[pacman-dev] pacman doesn't realize about letter package versioning when doing upgrades

Xavier shiningxc at gmail.com
Sat Oct 27 05:52:39 EDT 2007

On Sat, Oct 27, 2007 at 10:00:20AM +0200, Mateusz Jedrasik wrote:
> Simply put:
> pacman -Syu
> <snip>
> warning: openssh: local (4.7p1-3) is newer than core (4.7p1-2)
> warning: openssl: local (0.9.8g-1) is newer than core (0.9.8f-1)
> <snip>
> :: openssh requires openssl>=0.9.8g
> :-)
> It simply does not realize that 0.9.8f-1 is newer than 0.9.8g-1.

f newer than g? What?
>From openssl.org :
19-Oct-2007:     OpenSSL 0.9.8g is now available, including bug fixes
11-Oct-2007:     OpenSSL 0.9.8f is now available, including security and bug

Anyway, what are you doing?
Why do you have two locally installed packages from testing?
And why are you doing a -Syu without testing enabled?

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