allow pkgin packages to be specifed with versions #6229

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The pkgin module does not allow one to specify a specific package version. This is a big problem if you want to install a package that exists as multiple versions like erlang, which has both "erlang-16.1", "erlang-15.1.3.1" on my Joyent SmartOS distribution.

A fix is provided.

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this request needs a rebase

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bcoca commented Feb 27, 2015

this request needs a rebase

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@jeremyherbert this PR should be rebased to target packaging/os/pkgin.py in the ansible-module-extras repository and submitted as a separate PR there. Note that the logic has changed a bit in the current code. I considered rebasing it myself, but I'm not in a position to test the changes.

Meanwhile, this PR should be closed.

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amenonsen commented Jul 26, 2015

@jeremyherbert this PR should be rebased to target packaging/os/pkgin.py in the ansible-module-extras repository and submitted as a separate PR there. Note that the logic has changed a bit in the current code. I considered rebasing it myself, but I'm not in a position to test the changes.

Meanwhile, this PR should be closed.

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I'm sorry @amenonsen , I created this patch request over a year and a half ago; I'm no longer able to access the system I used to test this.

I'm sorry @amenonsen , I created this patch request over a year and a half ago; I'm no longer able to access the system I used to test this.

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