On 8/29/23 23:13, Ian Laurie wrote:
coreutils-9.3 brought changes to the behavior of the -v option which
broke some of my automation scripts.
Because of this I have been blocking updates to coreutils in Rawhide and
Fedora 39. and I'm running coreutils-9.2-4.fc39.x86_64.
This change in the -v option has been reverted in 9.4 (released
2023-08-29). From :
** Changes in behavior
'cp -v' and 'mv -v' will no longer output a message for each file
due to -i, or -u. Instead they only output this information with
I.e., 'cp -u -v' etc. will have the same verbosity as before
If it's too late to get 9.4 into 39, is it possible to locally include
this specific reverting patch?
I personally agree that this is enough of a change to warrant
consideration for Fedora 39, but I want Fedora QA to weigh in. At this
point we have beta and final blockers and you can use this form to
If you want some help filing this proposal or the process, I am happy to
answer questions here or in chat. I am dcantrell on IRC and in Matrix chat.
David Cantrell <dcantrell@xxxxxxxxxx>
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