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Old 10-24-2008, 04:12 PM
"Debarshi Ray"
 
Default libgdl-2.24.0: libgdl-gnome-1.so dropped

Upstream has dropped the separate libgdl-gnome-1.so from gdl-2.24.0.
This will affect Fedora once libgdl-2.24.0 hits Rawhide. As far as I
know its dependencies are gnome-build and anjuta, which I will take
care of.

Happy hacking,
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Old 10-25-2008, 11:15 PM
Alex Lancaster
 
Default libgdl-2.24.0: libgdl-gnome-1.so dropped

>>>>> Debarshi Ray writes:

> Upstream has dropped the separate libgdl-gnome-1.so from gdl-2.24.0.
> This will affect Fedora once libgdl-2.24.0 hits Rawhide. As far as I
> know its dependencies are gnome-build and anjuta, which I will take
> care of.

> Happy hacking, Debarshi

Hi Debarshi,

Thanks. Unfortunately it appears that this affects gnome-python2 as well:

> Broken deps for i386
> ----------------------------------------------------------
> gnome-python2-gdl-2.19.1-20.fc10.i386 requires libgdl-gnome-1.so.0

Can this be fixed as well? Also, you might consider chain-build in
rawhide to rebuild a series of packages against each other so that the
rawhide push passes repoclosure and doesn't have any broken deps, even
transiently. Otherwise you could also ask rel-eng for a buildroot
override.

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Old 10-25-2008, 11:50 PM
Alex Lancaster
 
Default libgdl-2.24.0: libgdl-gnome-1.so dropped

>>>>> "AL" == Alex Lancaster writes:

>>>>> Debarshi Ray writes:
>> Upstream has dropped the separate libgdl-gnome-1.so from
>> gdl-2.24.0. This will affect Fedora once libgdl-2.24.0 hits
>> Rawhide. As far as I know its dependencies are gnome-build and
>> anjuta, which I will take care of.

>> Happy hacking, Debarshi

AL> Hi Debarshi,

AL> Thanks. Unfortunately it appears that this affects gnome-python2
AL> as well:

Actually gnome-python2-gdl is part of gnome-python2-extras.

>> Broken deps for i386
>> ----------------------------------------------------------
>> gnome-python2-gdl-2.19.1-20.fc10.i386 requires libgdl-gnome-1.so.0

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Old 10-25-2008, 11:51 PM
Kevin Kofler
 
Default libgdl-2.24.0: libgdl-gnome-1.so dropped

Alex Lancaster <alexl <at> users.sourceforge.net> writes:
> Can this be fixed as well? Also, you might consider chain-build in
> rawhide to rebuild a series of packages against each other so that the
> rawhide push passes repoclosure and doesn't have any broken deps, even
> transiently. Otherwise you could also ask rel-eng for a buildroot
> override.

Buildroot overrides are not useful for Rawhide. They're what is used to build
chains of dependent packages in releases. (You can't just chain-build them
because updates-candidate doesn't populate the buildroots.)

Basically, chain-building works if and only if sequential building (with enough
waiting for the buildroot's "newRepo" task to complete) works without needing
manual tagging. So you can chain-build in Rawhide, you have to request manual
tagging and wait for rel-eng to act on it and then for the automatic newRepo to
happen in releases.

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Old 10-25-2008, 11:59 PM
Alex Lancaster
 
Default libgdl-2.24.0: libgdl-gnome-1.so dropped

>>>>> "AL" == Alex Lancaster writes:

>>>>> "AL" == Alex Lancaster writes:
>>>>> Debarshi Ray writes:
>>> Upstream has dropped the separate libgdl-gnome-1.so from
>>> gdl-2.24.0. This will affect Fedora once libgdl-2.24.0 hits
>>> Rawhide. As far as I know its dependencies are gnome-build and
>>> anjuta, which I will take care of.

>>> Happy hacking, Debarshi

AL> Hi Debarshi,

AL> Thanks. Unfortunately it appears that this affects gnome-python2
AL> as well:

AL> Actually gnome-python2-gdl is part of gnome-python2-extras.

>>> Broken deps for i386
>>> ----------------------------------------------------------
>>> gnome-python2-gdl-2.19.1-20.fc10.i386 requires libgdl-gnome-1.so.0

And sure enough gnome-python2-extras fails to rebuild after this
change because it can't find certain gdl files:

http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=903364

Please look into this fixing this ASAP. Is there a new
gnome-python2-extras that fixes this?

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Old 10-26-2008, 12:01 AM
Alex Lancaster
 
Default libgdl-2.24.0: libgdl-gnome-1.so dropped

>>>>> "KK" == Kevin Kofler writes:

KK> Alex Lancaster <alexl <at> users.sourceforge.net> writes:
>> Can this be fixed as well? Also, you might consider chain-build in
>> rawhide to rebuild a series of packages against each other so that
>> the rawhide push passes repoclosure and doesn't have any broken
>> deps, even transiently. Otherwise you could also ask rel-eng for a
>> buildroot override.

KK> Buildroot overrides are not useful for Rawhide. They're what is
KK> used to build chains of dependent packages in releases. (You can't
KK> just chain-build them because updates-candidate doesn't populate
KK> the buildroots.)

KK> Basically, chain-building works if and only if sequential building
KK> (with enough waiting for the buildroot's "newRepo" task to
KK> complete) works without needing manual tagging. So you can
KK> chain-build in Rawhide, you have to request manual tagging and
KK> wait for rel-eng to act on it and then for the automatic newRepo
KK> to happen in releases.

OK, I guess that was what I was suggesting was a manual tagging (would
that be dist-f10-build?) rather than a "build root override" per se.
As for chain-build, thanks for the clarification, you would need to
already have a new gdl tagged for dist-f10-build before the new builds
would use that?

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Old 10-26-2008, 02:08 AM
Kevin Kofler
 
Default libgdl-2.24.0: libgdl-gnome-1.so dropped

Alex Lancaster <alexl <at> users.sourceforge.net> writes:
> And sure enough gnome-python2-extras fails to rebuild after this
> change because it can't find certain gdl files:
>
> http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=903364
>
> Please look into this fixing this ASAP. Is there a new
> gnome-python2-extras that fixes this?

http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=553911

Patch:
http://bugzilla.gnome.org/attachment.cgi?id=119997&action=view

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Old 10-27-2008, 05:44 AM
Alex Lancaster
 
Default libgdl-2.24.0: libgdl-gnome-1.so dropped

>>>>> "AL" == Alex Lancaster writes:

>>>>> Debarshi Ray writes:
>> Upstream has dropped the separate libgdl-gnome-1.so from
>> gdl-2.24.0. This will affect Fedora once libgdl-2.24.0 hits
>> Rawhide. As far as I know its dependencies are gnome-build and
>> anjuta, which I will take care of.


[...]

Debarshi,

gnome-build, anjuta are still broken in rawhide as of 20081016 and I
don't see any new builds in koji. The development freeze is coming in
one day, can you please fix these builds ASAP as you promised above
before the freeze?

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Old 10-27-2008, 05:55 AM
"Debarshi Ray"
 
Default libgdl-2.24.0: libgdl-gnome-1.so dropped

> Debarshi,
>
> gnome-build, anjuta are still broken in rawhide as of 20081016 and I
> don't see any new builds in koji. The development freeze is coming in
> one day, can you please fix these builds ASAP as you promised above
> before the freeze?

Actually I had to go out of station over the weekend, and the libgdl
build was done just before I left. I am back now, and have the Koji
and Bugzilla links opened in the other browser tabs. Will push the
builds today evening.

Happy hacking,
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Old 10-27-2008, 06:29 AM
Alex Lancaster
 
Default libgdl-2.24.0: libgdl-gnome-1.so dropped

>>>>> Debarshi Ray writes:

>> Debarshi,
>>
>> gnome-build, anjuta are still broken in rawhide as of 20081016 and
>> I don't see any new builds in koji. The development freeze is
>> coming in one day, can you please fix these builds ASAP as you
>> promised above before the freeze?

> Actually I had to go out of station over the weekend, and the libgdl
> build was done just before I left. I am back now, and have the Koji
> and Bugzilla links opened in the other browser tabs. Will push the
> builds today evening.

Thanks. While you're at, can you also take a look at
gnome-python2-extras which your bump of the soname of libgdl also
broke? I am trying to apply the patch for gnome-python2-extras to get
it working with new libgdl that Kevin Kofler pointed out at:

http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=553911

but it won't apply, because I think it's against a SVN version.

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