On Thu, Aug 07, 2008 at 09:08:01PM -0400, Jeff Johnson wrote:
> Header indices are monotonically increasing integer instances starting with 1.
> And header instance #0 is where the monotonically increasing integer is stored.
Thanks, that's the key point that I missed.
> I can lay out what I think needs to happen with rpmdbAdd() early next week so
> hold off on any radical rpmdb surgery please.
Actually I'm trying to synchronize our (of ALT Linux) rpmdb code (based
on 4.0.4 with a number of backports) with rpm5 rpmdb code. So I need
something like "current stable" rpmdb code base. As I'm trying to
understand the code when copying and pasting (which is a code review),
I can also exercise minor changes to make the code a bit simpler and
prettier. No radical surgery intend.
Received on Fri Aug 8 03:49:56 2008
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