I maintain a Copr repository for an upstream project. During the latest upstream release, my first two builds were successful, but because I was not aware that an update to Qt5 was pushed on Fedora Updates my package was built against a different release of Qt5 than what the
I realized this upon testing an upgrade from the repository on my machine and addressed it with a new build from an updated spec file.
This can cause dependency issues if a user is installing software that requires the previous point release of Qt5. DNF will downgrade the package I maintain and this breaks the run-time Qt5 dependency, because it was built against a newer version but the package spec indicates an older version for that build of the rpm.
Am I able to disallow distribution of the earlier releases of the package from the Copr repository, so that users do not find themselves with a broken version of the package?