So, that's a "yes"??
And to continue the list....
My result of "pisi info ...." is:
xorg-server, version: 1.9.5, release: 87
gimp, version: 2.6.11, release: 57
python, version: 2.7.1, release: 69
gcc, version: 4.5.3, release: 64
glibc, version: 2.12_20100706, release: 64
* 64bit Skype and Wine package are now in 2011 stable repository,
And the number of packages in pardus/2011/stable/.... and pardus/2011.1/stable/..... are equal,
For x86_64 the number is 8334.
(and a comparison with kdiff3 shows = 100% identical)
How much more prove is required for my conclusion it's a "YES
that the repo pardus/2011
/stable/..... is 100% identical
...... when I add the 2011 "Dev" repo to the "stable".
This isn't a very good idea.
This actually means that the package with the highest version number will be installed.
And this will (most likely) be the packages from the dev repo.
As these packages are not very well tested, can give an unstable system.
This can only be corrected by doing a fresh new installation of Pardus.
Or wait till all installed package (from dev) have made it to the stable repo.
And if they don't get through the testing phase, this will not happen for certain packages.