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On 1/11/07, Arjan van de Ven <arjan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Josh Boyer wrote: > Also, the Fedora package munges SUBLEVEL and > EXTRAVERSION to match the RPM version. Does SuSE also do this? > for those two there is no "right" answer; the -rc tree is neither 2.6.19 nor 2.6.20 API wise, claiming either isn't entirely correct (in terms of what drivers can ifdef for); being more conservative is the right approach imo.
Sorry, I don't follow. For starters, as Greg loves to say, there is no stable kernel API ;). Secondly, given the current development model how can one claim that any of the -rc candidates is more similar to the previous release than the one it's an -rc for? Massive ammounts of incomming patches would surely deviate the current API from the previous release. And aren't the release candidates supposed to be to stablize the changes that just got merged during the window? Granted that the APIs can always change between -rcs, but I don't see how masquerading a -rc as the previous release is being more conservative on an API level. I'm not trying to flame, I just don't see where you're coming from. josh - To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe kernel-packagers" in the body of a message to majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html
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