Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 6th Jan 2008 07:41 UTC, submitted by Sabz
General Development After seven months of comprehensive development, the popular Unix software packaging tool RPM Package Manager (RPM) was released as stable version 5.0.0. This version builds portably on a wide variety of Unix platforms and includes initial support for XAR as a package format, among other features.
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RE[5]: Looks nice
by n3npq on Mon 7th Jan 2008 11:33 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Looks nice"
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I have the right to respond to a posting identified by "AdamW" yes.

AdamW has no right to use my name familiarly.

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RE[6]: Looks nice
by gilboa on Mon 7th Jan 2008 13:15 in reply to "RE[5]: Looks nice"
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I -really- don't get you.
Do you really believe that posting threatening messages on open (or closed) forums will get your RPM fork accepted into Fedora/SUSE/Mandriva/etc?

You do understand how it makes you look, right?

- Gilboa

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RE[7]: Looks nice
by n3npq on Tue 8th Jan 2008 18:26 in reply to "RE[6]: Looks nice"
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There's a bit more to rpm-5.0 than links to kuroshin and
bugzilla #119185. The issues are several years old if
you bothered to look at times and dates.

Why do you think I care what rpm version Fedora, SuSE, Mandriva
or any other vendor distribution uses? is now a full fledged,
vendor neutral, OSS project. That was never the case when I worked, and (if you look at the membership and roadmaps
at the"official" site) is very much not the case now.

For those interested in the differences between and,
I again point to the rationale behind OpenPKG's decision to assist
setting up infrastructure for

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RE[6]: Looks nice
by Soulbender on Mon 7th Jan 2008 13:53 in reply to "RE[5]: Looks nice"
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I'm pretty sure using your name familiarly is not against the law anywhere.

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