#1 Obsolete ardour2 on Fedora 29+.
Merged 2 years ago by nphilipp. Opened 2 years ago by qulogic.
rpms/ qulogic/ardour5 ardour2  into  master

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@@ -139,6 +139,11 @@ 

  Obsoletes:      ardour4

  Conflicts:      ardour4

  %endif

+ # Ardour 2 is no longer available in Fedora 29.

+ %if 0%{?fedora} >= 29 || 0%{?rhel} >= 8

+ Obsoletes:      ardour2 < 2.8.16-30

+ Conflicts:      ardour2 < 2.8.16-30

+ %endif

  

  %description

  Ardour is a multi-channel digital audio workstation, allowing users to record,
@@ -325,6 +330,9 @@ 

  %{_mandir}/*/man1/%{name}.1*

  

  %changelog

+ * Tue Jan 08 2019 Elliott Sales de Andrade <quantum.analyst@gmail.com> - 5.12.0-10

+ - Obsolete ardour2 on Fedora 29+

+ 

  * Fri Nov 09 2018 Nils Philippsen <nils@tiptoe.de> - 5.12.0-9

  - set LC_ALL=C.UTF-8 to only require minimal glibc langpacks

  

ardour2's README says it's obsoleted by ardour5, but this package doesn't actually say so.

Would fix https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1657558 (i.e., 28 -> 29 upgrades breaking) if applied to Fedora 29.

Hmm, there was a reason why I didn't obsolete ardour2 with ardour5 and I think it went like this:

  • While ardour3/4/5 can read ardour2 sessions and convert them to the new format, some information is lost in this process. Versions 3, 4, 5 are fully backwards-compatible between them, though (4 with 3, 5 with 3 & 4).
  • If ardour5 obsoletes/conflicts with ardour2, people can't keep the old version around (if they need to access their old sessions).

However, now that ardour2 is retired, adding this to ensure a smooth upgrade looks sensible to me. I'm not sure about the version you obsoleted/conflicted with, I think it should rather be ardour2 < 2.8.16-30 because 2.8.16-29 < 2.8.16-29.fc28 (the last version/release built) for RPM:

nils@gibraltar:~> rpmdev-vercmp 2.8.16-29 2.8.16-29.fc28
2.8.16-29 < 2.8.16-29.fc28

rebased onto 5a12b25

2 years ago

Updated the Obsoletes.

Pull-Request has been merged by nphilipp

2 years ago
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