Jan Niklas Hasse | 7 Apr 14:45 2009
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Re: Mirrors don't work properly

Thanks guys, I updated the htaccess file and added a note here:
http://trac.autopackage.org/wiki/MakingARelease

Everything should work now.

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Chris Giles | 24 Apr 06:50 2009
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AP v1.4.1: Feedback; Skeletons

Hi Guys

I released v0.8.0 of my Q7Z application yesterday, which offers an AP in addition to the standard Deb/RPM/TGZ packages.  I'm pleased to report that AP v1.4.1 appears to work well, so thanks for the good job.

However, I did notice the following code section.  After reading the initial comment, I thought I should bring it to your attention, just in case you forgot to remove it prior to releasing v1.4.1.

# temporary hack to make 1.4 targetted packages work in the 1.3 development series
# same hack is in installer.2.template and backend.template: remove when we release
if [[ "$_autopackage_target" == "1.4" ]]; then
    _autopackage_target="1.3"
fi

To be safe, I decided to hard-code my AP target version, as noted below.  The size of the ".package" file was similar, so the above hack possibly has little impact.
export AUTOPACKAGETARGET="1.4.1"

Also, I've attached three more skeletons that were created for use in my Q7Z application.  As usual, you're welcome to commit them to SVN.


Chris

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Jan Niklas Hasse | 24 Apr 23:38 2009
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Re: AP v1.4.1: Feedback; Skeletons

On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 6:50 AM, Chris Giles <chris.g.27 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Guys

I released v0.8.0 of my Q7Z application yesterday, which offers an AP in addition to the standard Deb/RPM/TGZ packages.  I'm pleased to report that AP v1.4.1 appears to work well, so thanks for the good job.

Cool, good to hear!
 
However, I did notice the following code section.  After reading the initial comment, I thought I should bring it to your attention, just in case you forgot to remove it prior to releasing v1.4.1.
# temporary hack to make 1.4 targetted packages work in the 1.3 development series
# same hack is in installer.2.template and backend.template: remove when we release
if [[ "$_autopackage_target" == "1.4" ]]; then
    _autopackage_target="1.3"
fi

Oh, I forgot to remove that. Thanks for pointing it out, I've just removed it.

 
Also, I've attached three more skeletons that were created for use in my Q7Z application.  As usual, you're welcome to commit them to SVN.

Wow, thanks again! I've added them: http://trac.autopackage.org/changeset/2563
Jan Niklas Hasse | 30 Apr 19:11 2009
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Trac (trac.autopackage.org) down

The Trac page http://trac.autopackage.org/ seems to be down (500 -
Internal Server Error). Maybe that's related to
http://watteimdocht.de/autopackage/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=220 ?

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Isak Savo | 1 May 12:35 2009
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Re: Trac (trac.autopackage.org) down

On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 7:11 PM, Jan Niklas Hasse <jhasse@...> wrote:
> The Trac page http://trac.autopackage.org/ seems to be down (500 -
> Internal Server Error). Maybe that's related to
> http://watteimdocht.de/autopackage/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=220 ?

No it's not related. The svn repository doesn't use the web server. I
can't find any problems with svn (both anon and dev access works fine)

I tried to fix the webserver problem, but couldn't do it. It appears
(my guess) that someone has upgraded python on plan99 without fixing
trac to handle that. I managed to get lighttpd to actually start by
pointing the configuration to the trac python modules in
/usr/local/lib/python2.3, but it fails anyway since (probably) the
actual python binary is 2.5. I could not find a python 2.3 binary
anywhere on plan99.

Hongli or Mike, did anyone of you recently upgrade python on plan99?

-Isak

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Mike Hearn | 1 May 12:39 2009
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Re: Trac (trac.autopackage.org) down

It was recently upgraded to the latest Debian, so I guess that will
have changed the version of Python. If Python 2.5 isn't backwards
compatible with 2.3 I guess it'll need a new build put somewhere for
Trac to use.

On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 12:35 PM, Isak Savo <isak.savo@...> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 7:11 PM, Jan Niklas Hasse <jhasse@...> wrote:
>> The Trac page http://trac.autopackage.org/ seems to be down (500 -
>> Internal Server Error). Maybe that's related to
>> http://watteimdocht.de/autopackage/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=220 ?
>
> No it's not related. The svn repository doesn't use the web server. I
> can't find any problems with svn (both anon and dev access works fine)
>
> I tried to fix the webserver problem, but couldn't do it. It appears
> (my guess) that someone has upgraded python on plan99 without fixing
> trac to handle that. I managed to get lighttpd to actually start by
> pointing the configuration to the trac python modules in
> /usr/local/lib/python2.3, but it fails anyway since (probably) the
> actual python binary is 2.5. I could not find a python 2.3 binary
> anywhere on plan99.
>
> Hongli or Mike, did anyone of you recently upgrade python on plan99?
>
> -Isak
>
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Hongli Lai | 1 May 12:56 2009
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Re: Trac (trac.autopackage.org) down

Mike Hearn wrote:
> It was recently upgraded to the latest Debian, so I guess that will
> have changed the version of Python. If Python 2.5 isn't backwards
> compatible with 2.3 I guess it'll need a new build put somewhere for
> Trac to use.

How about migrating the SVN repository to Git and host it on Github 
instead? Github also provides an issue tracker. I've been using Git for 
about a year now and it has made me more productive that I would have 
been when using SVN. Github is a great web interface and relieves you 
from all the repository administration.

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Isak Savo | 1 May 12:57 2009
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Re: Trac (trac.autopackage.org) down

On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 12:39 PM, Mike Hearn <mike@...> wrote:
> It was recently upgraded to the latest Debian, so I guess that will
> have changed the version of Python. If Python 2.5 isn't backwards
> compatible with 2.3 I guess it'll need a new build put somewhere for
> Trac to use.
>

Ok, that would explain it all. I guess I can try to upgrade the trac
installation.

-Isak

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Isak Savo | 1 May 13:50 2009
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Re: Trac (trac.autopackage.org) down

On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 12:57 PM, Isak Savo <isak.savo@...> wrote:
> On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 12:39 PM, Mike Hearn <mike@...> wrote:
>> It was recently upgraded to the latest Debian, so I guess that will
>> have changed the version of Python. If Python 2.5 isn't backwards
>> compatible with 2.3 I guess it'll need a new build put somewhere for
>> Trac to use.
>>
>
> Ok, that would explain it all. I guess I can try to upgrade the trac
> installation.
>

I've now upgradet trac to 0.11 from the debian repositories and made
sure the basic stuff works (login, web admin, browser, tickets) but
haven't tested extensively. please report any issues

They've changed the template system between 0.10 and 0.11 which means
the site looks a bit weird now (top logo thing) but I'll fix that
later. At least stuff seems to work now

Left TODO:
 - Remove all old trac stuff in /usr/local
 - Fix appearance

-Isak

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Jan Niklas Hasse | 1 May 14:16 2009
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Re: Trac (trac.autopackage.org) down

On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 12:56 PM, Hongli Lai <hongli@...> wrote:
> How about migrating the SVN repository to Git and host it on Github instead?
> Github also provides an issue tracker. I've been using Git for about a year
> now and it has made me more productive that I would have been when using
> SVN. Github is a great web interface and relieves you from all the
> repository administration.

I like git, too. And github looks promising. But it doesn't have a
wiki, does it?

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