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Group :: Development/Tools
Source RPM: rpminstall-tests
Current version: 1.1.3-alt0.M70T.4
Built: about 2 years ago
Rebuilt: almost 2 years ago
Size: 14.1 KB
Repocop status: skip
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License: GPLv2+
Summary: Tests for rpm: how it interprets packages when installing

Tests for rpm: how it interprets packages when installing.

Now, it tests how various forms of constraints (Requires, Conflicts, Obsoletes)
are interpreted when they are installed together with packages with
various forms of matching Provides.

More tests can appear.

Current maintainer: Ivan Zakharyaschev

List of contributors: ACL: List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • rpminstall-tests
  • rpminstall-tests-checkinstall
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2019-03-14 Ivan Zakharyaschev 1.1.3-alt0.M70T.4

    - Don't skip tests that need rpmbuild that produces Provides: N = E:V-R:D.
      (So all cases are tested now.)
    - The reasons of the currently XFAILing tests (with 4.0.4-alt100.77.M70P.4.M70C.1) are
      the same as below for 1.1.3-alt0.M70T.3 (with 4.0.4-alt100.77.M70P.3.M70C.2).

2019-03-13 Ivan Zakharyaschev 1.1.3-alt0.M70T.3

    - New tests for disttag comparison with the obsolete (.) and current format (+)
      (Correct comparison would rely on a fix or a new feature in rpm:
    - New tests for the %_priority_distbranch feature in normal situation.
    - The reasons of the currently XFAILing tests (with 4.0.4-alt100.77.M70P.3.M70C.2):
      1. upgrade w.r.t. disttag fails in non-standard configuration without honor_buildtime;
      2. mishandled elusive dep with a release but no epoch.
    - Tests are skipped that:
      1. require rpmbuild to generate Provides with :DISTTAG postfix.

2019-03-04 Ivan Zakharyaschev 1.1.2-alt0.M80P.3

    - Unmarked XFAIL: non-critical unrealistic obsoleting a specific disttag.
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