Re: glib & gtk

Gotcha!  So if I have glib-1.0 installed, and I want to replace it with
glib10, how would I go about that?  Should I do a --force to install
glib10?  Then how do I remove glib-1.0 from the RPM database without
removing the files?

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On 12 Jan 1999, Alan Shutko wrote:

> >>>>> "Q" == Quantum Seep <> writes:
> Q> By these I mean the package names, not the version numbers.  Also,
> Q> how is it possible to install glib-1.0, glib-1.1, and glib10-1.0 at
> Q> the same time, or some permutation thereof?
> glib10 and gtk+10 are the 1.0.xx versions of glib and gtk+, named so
> as not to conflick with glib-1.1.x and gtk+-1.1.x.  This is so that
> you can have both installed at once without confusing RPM.  glib-1.0
> and glib10-1.0 are essentially the same thing.  Ditto gtk+ packages of
> similar names.
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