Debian package version
sam at giraffetech.biz
Fri Nov 6 07:20:58 UTC 2015
Yes, in terms of absolute numbers it is larger, but it's a relative
number which I guess is what I was hoping apt would understand.
Since 2015-10-16 21:08 is earlier than 2015-10-29 11:41:41
I think the 'T' in the 2015-10-29 might be throwing apt off, maybe I
need to revisit how the package versions are being assigned, and find
way that works when the package versions are based on time.
On Thu, Nov 5, 2015 at 7:44 PM, Tom H <tomh0665 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 6, 2015 at 3:50 AM, Sam Giraffe <sam at giraffetech.biz> wrote:
>> How does apt-get understand if a package version is newer than another one?
>> In case of simple versioning of packages such as 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, I
>> imagine it does a comparison between the numbers?
>> My problem is that my package is versioned as such:
>> And apt-get install <package> is telling me that the 1016 package is
>> newer than the 1029 package which is not true.
>> So when I run apt-get install I get this message:
>> mypackage:amd64 201510162108+0a8974b-HEAD newer than version in archive
>> This is not true, since the one in the archive is from Oct 29.
>> Will I have to change my package versioning for apt-get to understand
>> the package versions?
> 201510162108 > 20151029
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