Ports with version numbers going backwards: math/py-mpz
perky at i18n.org
Thu Dec 2 17:42:05 PST 2004
On Thu, Dec 02, 2004 at 04:37:37PM -0500, chkversion wrote:
> ** The following ports have a version number that sorts before a previous one **
> For many package tools to work correctly, it is of utmost importance that
> version numbers of a port form a monotonic increasing sequence over time.
> Refer to the FreeBSD Porter's Handbook, 'Package Naming Conventions' for
> more information. Tools that won't work include pkg_version, portupgrade
> and portaudit. A common error is an accidental deletion of PORTEPOCH.
> Please fix any errors as soon as possible.
> - *math/py-mpz* <perky at FreeBSD.org>: py23-mpz-2.3.4 < py24-mpz-2.4
> | revision 1.12
> | date: 2004/12/02 05:22:15; author: perky; state: Exp; lines: +1 -1
> | mpz module is deprecated since Python 2.2 and removed in Python 2.4.
I feel no need to bump its PORTEPOCH here. py24-mpz-2.4 has never
been built successfully for anybody and nobody will have the version
in package db. Should I really bump this?
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