[PyVault-users] pyvault yum headers out of date

Jeff Pitman symbiont at berlios.de
Thu Jun 23 01:11:40 CEST 2005

On Thursday 23 June 2005 04:31, Skip Montanaro wrote:
> I was trying to help someone access python installs via
> yum:  Error getting file
> http://www.python.org/pyvault/fedora/2/i386/stable/headers/header.info 
> has: 
> 0:python22-tkinter-2.2.3-2.1.fc2.pyv.i386=RPMS/python22-tkinter-2.2.3
> -2.1.fc2.pyv.i386.rpm 
>      but the file is clearly:
> http://www.python.org/pyvault/fedora/2/i386/stable/headers/python22-t
> kinter-0-2.2.3-4.1.fc2.pyv.i386.hdr
>      (notice the 2.1 versus 4.1)
>      I figured that for once this miiight be a webmaster
> issue, but  otherwise please forward this message to the
> pyvault maintainer.


Thanks for taking a look at PyVault. I regenerated the yum headers for 
that directory.  Try again in an hour or so after it rsyncs up to 

I'm still working on some infrastructure for PyVault to help with 
maintaining it and building it. So, some of these directories have gone 

In the future, I plan on only supporting Fedora 3 and 4, and CentOS 3.5 
and 4.  Also, albeit controversial, I think I'll only support xml 
metadata which yum 2.2+ and smart support.  This means old yum and apt 
will not be supported. The complexity of generating 3 kinds of metadata 
is not fun to deal with.

take care,

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