sudo dnf upgrade --refresh --advisory=FEDORA-2022-861b7a4329
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It is possible to update rpkg only and that breaks fedpkg:
$ fedpkg build --nowait --fail-fast
rpm: --define '_sourcedir /home/churchyard/rpmbuild/fedora-scm/python3-docs': unknown option
Updating fedpkg as well fixes the issue. Please, version the dependency between the two packages.
Bodhi is disabling automatic push to stable due to negative karma. The maintainer may push manually if they determine that the issue is not severe.
@churchyard: I am sorry, I thought that with the change of the bodhi update the old rpkg won't be accessible, but probably I forgot the packages, that were already installed.
I have updated the fedpkg's dependency.
I am not sure that helps. A change in fedpkg won't make it impossible to update rpkg only. I am not sure how severe is this is, probably not much :/
centpkg users also need FEDORA-2022-113a390dd5
This update can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes
BTW centpkg should go first to stable because centpkg, should as fedpkg, requires rpkg-common and rpkg-common doesn't requires updates of centpkg
BTW centpkg should go first to stable because centpkg, should as fedpkg, requires rpkg-common >= 1.65 and rpkg-common doesn't requires updates of centpkg
sgallagh edited this update.
This update has been submitted for stable by churchyard.
New centpkg is broken as it needs the new rpkg. But the problem will be fixed once this update reaches stable:
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