wolfden wrote:I thought equo database gentoosync was exactly for this kinda stuff
dave_p_b wrote:Hi Wolfden
I'm not sure if equo database gentoosync is responsible for this. I though gentoosync just informed equo what packages had been installed via portage.
It seams that equo considers it's own packages higher versions than it considers Portage packages, regardless of the version numbers.
I suppose if we only used equo and never installed anything via Portage then this problem would never occur.
It would be nice to get to the bottom of this though as I don't seem to be able to upgrade all the genuine equo upgrades without it trying to downgrade my Portage packages to its lower equo versions.
All the best
p.s. I assume that you can reproduce this problem and it's not only me?
pawel-laptop ~ # equo world --pretend
>> @@ Calculating System Updates...
>> @@ Packages matching update: 1
>> @@ Packages matching not available: 0
>> @@ Packages matching already up to date: 1750
>> @@ These are the chosen packages:
>> # (1/1) dev-util/boost-build-1.34.1 >>> Sabayon Linux Official Repository
>> Versions: 1.35.0-r1 / NoTag / 9999 ===> 1.34.1 / NoTag / 1
>> Action: Downgrade
>> @@ Packages involved: 1
>> @@ Calculating dependencies ...
>> @@ These are the packages that would be merged:
>> ## [D] [gentoo-db->sabayonlinux.org] dev-util/boost-build-1.34.1|1 [1.35.0-r1|9999]
>> @@ Packages needing to be installed/updated/downgraded: 1
>> @@ Packages needing to be removed: 0
>> @@ Packages needing to be installed: 0
>> @@ Packages needing to be reinstalled: 0
>> @@ Packages needing to be updated: 0
>> @@ Packages needing to be downgraded: 1
>> @@ Download size: 310.9kB
>> @@ Freed disk space: 266.6kB
>> @@ You need at least: 355.3kB of free space
>> @@ Nothing to remove.
>> @@ Caching complete.
tekwyzrd wrote:Bug 475 Submitted
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