[Centos] httpd trademark issue -- here it is!
gravesricharde at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 22 19:33:29 UTC 2004
> Is your code Python? If so, you should use the
> python rpmlib bindings for this.
Yes, my code is written in Python.
> Yeah, that's how mine worked too, only it used
> version comparison to handle the case where
> multiple new updates for the same package
> appeared simultaneously ...
Good point -- thanks for the tip. I will take a look
at rpmlib bindings.
--- centos-request at caosity.org wrote:
Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2004 15:33:20 -0500
From: Michael Jennings <mej at caosity.org>
To: centos at caosity.org
Subject: Re: [Centos] httpd trademark issue -- here it
On Monday, 20 December 2004, at 09:18:48 (-0800),
Rick Graves wrote:
> Thanks, I am clear on that. My code was sometimes
> right. I simplified and clarified it, and it is
working right now
> -- at least on the httpd versions, and I hope on
Is your code Python? If so, you should use the python
> I am not sure I need to even worry about comparisons
on this level.
> My program is most concerned about when a
> appears on the public mirrors. So 2.0.46 would be
> 2.0.127, and my logic presumes the one that appears
> the one that appeared before.
Yeah, that's how mine worked too, only it used version
handle the case where multiple new updates for the
appeared simultaneously (which can happen if the
script doesn't run
frequently enough or a quickie-fix is required.
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