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'repoctl update' picks the wrong file if version is the same #51

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PedroHLC opened this issue Jan 7, 2020 · 0 comments
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'repoctl update' picks the wrong file if version is the same #51

PedroHLC opened this issue Jan 7, 2020 · 0 comments

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@PedroHLC PedroHLC commented Jan 7, 2020

When repoctl update $pkgname is called it picks the wrong and outdate package instead of the newer one, that's happening with my xz->zst transactions. I think modified timestamp should be compared when pkgver and pkgrel are the same.

EDIT: Thinking better about it, modified timestamp should always be preferred, this would solve problems like 1.0.0-rc1 being bigger than 1.0.0.

@PedroHLC PedroHLC changed the title zst: repoctl update picks the wrong file if version is the same 'repoctl update' picks the wrong file if version is the same Jan 7, 2020
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