Pushed wrong version in changelog, need to downgrade, can someone clear the wrong builds?

Asked by tshirtman on 2017-06-22

As it seems other people in the past, i did the mistake of creating a build with a higher version than wanted, and new builds can't fix that, because they are rejected as downgrades.

https://code.launchpad.net/~kivy-team/+archive/ubuntu/kivy

this kivy-stable ppa contains kivy packages for 10.0 which is not a real version, it should be 1.10.0, i updated the recipe, but i apparently need someone to remove these packages to be able to build.

If there is any way to fix this myself, please let me know, else, would someone with the required rights remove the offending packages?

Thanks a lot.

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Colin Watson (cjwatson) said : #1

If you have upload access to that PPA, then you can remove the higher-versioned packages yourself from the "Delete packages" page. Wait for the deletion to publish, and then you can upload lower-versioned packages.

Note that you may still never reuse the exact same version of a source package within a given archive.

tshirtman (gabriel-pettier) said : #2

Ok, just found that this page was hidden behind "package details", done, thanks a lot!