[Yum] Bleeding and Unstable Definitions
salvatore at palmisanonet.com
Wed Jan 7 20:47:40 UTC 2004
With regards to the different repositories out there, does bleeding imply
instability? Are packages obtained from a bleeding portion of a repository
prone to failure, or are they just the most recent version?
Does a package need a certain tenure in bleeding before being called stable?
What about unstable? Are these similar to night (read: regular basis)
builds for those interested in before-final-release packages?
Can anyone shed some light on the different definitions? Or is there an
RTFM I can beat myself with?
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