John Klos <john%ziaspace.com@localhost> writes: > Just curious - when I fix little things to make a package build on a > specific OS or architecture, I don't increment PKGREVISION. My > reasoning is that if the change didn't change anything for other OSes > or architectures, and if the package didn't build on the OS/arch which > is/are affected, then nobody cares about the distinction - other > people don't need to rebuild and the people with the problem never had > a package installed anyway. If a binary package (which previously was built) is after a change different in any way someone could care about, then PKGREVISION++. Usually I don't increment PKGREVISION for spelling or wording in DESCR, even though perhaps I should. But if the PLIST changes, or the code, then definitely.
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