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On 16/06/07, David Boles wrote:
>
> xine-lib 1.1.7 in Fedora was released today, only a few hours ago:
> https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-package-announce/2007-June/msg00325.html
>
> On the contrary, xine-lib-extras-nonfree 1.1.7 was released yesterday already:
> http://livna.org/pipermail/freeworld/2007-June/001586.html

Your second package, xine-lib-extras-nonfree 1.1.7 from Livna, caused
your dependancy problem not the package from Fedora. Fedora has nothing
to do with or any control over the package from Livna because the
package from Livna,
Return to my original reply. ;-)

Yes, Livna's premature release of the xine-lib-extras-nonfree upgrade
had broken the dependencies first while Fedora's corresponding
xine-lib upgrade was still sitting in Updates-Testing.

An accident in coordinating the release time for *both* updates.

The package maintainers behind the xine-lib* packages are not stupid.
Think twice! It's just that coordinating updates in the new merged
Core+Extras universe requires adaptations. An early message in this
thread suggested filing a bug report at Livna. And that's where I
disagreed in this particular case, because Fedora's package was just
waiting for release.


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