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Re: How to make mod_svn_dav return a last-modified header?

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2003-08-08 20:11:44 CEST

On Thu, 7 Aug 2003 kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> > OK, done:
> >
> > [root@atomism i386]# rpm -qa subversion
> > subversion-0.26.0-6662
>
> I'm confused about this rpm's name, by the way. The caching headers
> were in revision 6636. Subversion 0.26 was based on revision 6550 or
> so. What does the "-6662" mean -- where did the rpm come from?
>

OK, what is confusing about it? :-) If it is confusing, how can we make
it not confusing?

The RPM build process takes whatever revision the working copy is at at
the moment and builds the RPM file name with the MAJOR/MINOR/MICRO trio.
So the "official" released versions should (normallyl) have the version and
revision number listed in the CHANGES file. However, at any time a person
should be able to make their own RPMs with the current working copy. So, for
instance, Chris probably generated his own Subversion RPMs which were using the
0.26.0 in the version.h file but the working copy was updated to revision
6662.

Clear as mud?

How can we make it better?

    Thanks!

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