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I have tried to upgrade mono from 126.96.36.199 on CentOS 7, installed from http://www.mono-project.com/download/#download-lin-centos, to 188.8.131.52-0.xamarin.3.epel7.
However, this error has resulted:
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
Error: Package: gtk-sharp2-devel-2.12.26-3.el7.x86_64 (@epel)
Requires: gtk-sharp2 = 2.12.26-3.el7
Removing: gtk-sharp2-2.12.26-3.el7.x86_64 (@epel)
gtk-sharp2 = 2.12.26-3.el7
Updated By: gtk-sharp2-2.12.43-0.xamarin.5.epel7.x86_64 (download.mono-project.com_repo_centos7_)
gtk-sharp2 = 2.12.43-0.xamarin.5.epel7
Available: gtk-sharp2-2.12.26-0.x86_64 (download.mono-project.com_repo_centos7_)
gtk-sharp2 = 2.12.26-0
You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
I'm not exactly sure what it's stating the problem is here.
Any tips greatly appreciated.
OK. I implemented a fix for this incorrectly a long time ago. I think I've fixed it properly now, but I can't publish a fixed build until I fix installability of Mono 5.4 alpha, which it turns out is also broken. Should be fine later this week.
If you ping me a message on here when you've published it, I will give it a whirl.
I appreciate your time.
As a little background: for a super long time, Red Hat refused to publish Mono packages, so when I started at Xamarin, I took the state of the art from openSUSE & worked from there. Eventually, RHEL added Mono packages.
One area they differ is in Gtk# - SUSE basically ships everything in one package, and RHEL (correctly) splits the development-related files (.pc files) into a -devel package. So gtk-sharp2-devel existed in RHEL, but not in SUSE (or SUSE-derived packages like ours).
I've now added a dummy empty gtk-sharp2-devel package, whilst retaining the SUSE package structure, which means the dependencies in both SUSE and RHEL work.
The failures stemmed from any gtk-sharp2-devel dependency trying to use RHEL's package, but there being files in both RHEL's gtk-sharp2-devel and Mono's gtk-sharp2, hence the conflict.
Thanks for the explanation, Jo.
Also happy to report, I now have a mono 5.2 install on my CentOS 7 box :)