tom campbell | 1 Jan 20:49 2008

Re: A high level question

To follow up and close the issue....

I tried installing:
	maven-plugins-base
and "rpmbuild -bc joda-time..spec" still failed

I couldn't seem to find:
	joda-time-1.2.1-2jpp

Just as a sanity check, I picked about half a dozen jpackage packages at
random, downloaded the source rpm, rpm -bc, yum install what it asked
for, rpm -bc

Anyway, maybe only half of them built ok.  Not particularly comforting.

I've found another way to accomplish my short term goal so I'm not
pursuing this at the moment.  Thanks for the suggestions.

tc

On Mon, 2007-12-17 at 11:05 -0500, Deepak Bhole wrote:
> * R.Apel <at> t-systems.com <R.Apel <at> t-systems.com> [2007-12-17 11:02]:
> > Lots of maven-plugins were missing in the BRs.
> > Look and try joda-time-1.2.1-2jpp 
> > 
> 
> Yeah, with the advent of mock build systems, each maven-plugin used needs to
> be identified and explicitly specified :/
> 
> Deepak
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Jason Corley | 1 Jan 20:59 2008
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Re: A high level question

Providing details of what packages failed and what the error was is
the only way those problems will get resolved (if indeed they are
problems).
Jason

On Jan 1, 2008 2:49 PM, tom campbell <content@...> wrote:
> To follow up and close the issue....
>
> I tried installing:
>         maven-plugins-base
> and "rpmbuild -bc joda-time..spec" still failed
>
> I couldn't seem to find:
>         joda-time-1.2.1-2jpp
>
> Just as a sanity check, I picked about half a dozen jpackage packages at
> random, downloaded the source rpm, rpm -bc, yum install what it asked
> for, rpm -bc
>
> Anyway, maybe only half of them built ok.  Not particularly comforting.
>
> I've found another way to accomplish my short term goal so I'm not
> pursuing this at the moment.  Thanks for the suggestions.
>
> tc
>
>
>
>
> On Mon, 2007-12-17 at 11:05 -0500, Deepak Bhole wrote:
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bugzilla | 2 Jan 00:10 2008

Your Bugzilla buglist needs attention.

[This e-mail has been automatically generated.]

You have one or more bugs assigned to you in the Bugzilla bug tracking system
(https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/) that require
attention.

All of these bugs are in the NEW or REOPENED state, and have not been
touched in 7 days or more.
You need to take a look at them, and decide on an initial action.

Generally, this means one of three things:

(1) You decide this bug is really quick to deal with (like, it's INVALID),
    and so you get rid of it immediately.
(2) You decide the bug doesn't belong to you, and you reassign it to
    someone else. (Hint: if you don't know who to reassign it to, make
    sure that the Component field seems reasonable, and then use the
    "Reassign bug to default assignee of selected component" option.)
(3) You decide the bug belongs to you, but you can't solve it this moment.
    Just use the "Accept bug" command.

To get a list of all NEW/REOPENED bugs, you can use this URL (bookmark
it if you like!):
https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=REOPENED&assigned_to=jpackage-discuss-/hcidOUDYf1g9hUCZPvPmw <at> public.gmane.org

Or, you can use the general query page, at 
https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/query.cgi

Appended below are the individual URLs to get to all of your NEW bugs
that haven't been touched for a week or more.
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tom campbell | 2 Jan 11:29 2008

Re: A high level question

On Tue, 2008-01-01 at 14:59 -0500, Jason Corley wrote:
> Providing details of what packages failed and what the error was is
> the only way those problems will get resolved (if indeed they are
> problems).
> Jason
> 

If someone wants to chase these problems down, I'll be happy to post
them... just let me know.

I have no personal interest as I'm swamped switching my systems from
Fedora 7/gcc to Fedora 8/Ice Tea (or whatever the open source sun java
is).  I suspect that there are gcc issues and two of the builds had
"funnies" asking for gcc-crypo when it was already installed.

Anyway, let me know if someone wants to chase the problems down and I'll
post them.  But I'd rather not take the hour or so to post the problems
if no one is going to actively trace them down.

tc

> On Jan 1, 2008 2:49 PM, tom campbell <content <at> dinkumsoftware.com> wrote:
> > To follow up and close the issue....
> >
> > I tried installing:
> >         maven-plugins-base
> > and "rpmbuild -bc joda-time..spec" still failed
> >
> > I couldn't seem to find:
> >         joda-time-1.2.1-2jpp
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R.Apel | 2 Jan 11:40 2008

Re: A high level question

At least one or two fundamentals:

1) JPP-1.7 wasn't done in general to be mock-buildable (or otherwise fully auto-buildable) specially in
what refers to maven2, but also wrt other build contexts. There are typically lots of plugin BRs missing.
JPP-5.0 should be released (future) with verified auto-buildability (mock or others).

2) We still have some hard to grasp problem with mirror synching. Most of the latest releases haven't
reached the mirrors. That is the case with corrective releases like joda-time-1.2.1-2jpp. As we don't
have administrative access to the platforms involved, we can only ask the corresponding admins to look
into the issue (s?) again.

-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
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Betreff: Re: [JPackage-discuss] A high level question

On Tue, 2008-01-01 at 14:59 -0500, Jason Corley wrote:
> Providing details of what packages failed and what the error was is 
> the only way those problems will get resolved (if indeed they are 
> problems).
> Jason
> 

If someone wants to chase these problems down, I'll be happy to post them... just let me know.

I have no personal interest as I'm swamped switching my systems from Fedora 7/gcc to Fedora 8/Ice Tea (or
whatever the open source sun java is).  I suspect that there are gcc issues and two of the builds had
"funnies" asking for gcc-crypo when it was already installed.

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Jason Corley | 2 Jan 13:40 2008
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Re: A high level question

> If someone wants to chase these problems down, I'll be happy to post
> them... just let me know.

Yes.
Jason
bugzilla | 2 Jan 18:46 2008

[Bug 293] New: macros.jpackage causes rpm error message

https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=293

           Summary: macros.jpackage causes rpm error message
           Product: jpackage-utils
           Version: 1.7.3
          Platform: PC
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: minor
          Priority: P5
         Component: package
        AssignedTo: jpackage-discuss <at> jpackage.org
        ReportedBy: bugzilla <at> martins.cc

Somehow I have version 1.7.4, apparently built by Ville Skyttä
<scop <at> jpackage.org>, installed as jpackage-utils-1.7.4-1jpp.noarch.rpm on
2008/01/02, even though there is no such version in the pulldown on bugzilla
for jpackage-utils.

With the new /etc/rpm/macros.jpackage that comes with that rpm, when running
most rpm commands, e.g. "rpm -q firefox", I get two error lines like:
  error: Macro % has illegal name (%define)

If I remove the bottom few lines on macros.jpackage below the following:

# Standard JPackage script
#
# This is kind of tasteless and should be moved to an external template

the error message disappears.
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bugzilla | 2 Jan 18:50 2008

[Bug 293] macros.jpackage causes rpm error message

https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=293

--- Comment #1 from jasonc <jasonc@...>  2008-01-02 18:50:34
CEST ---
Can you attach a formal diff (diff -Naur macros.jpackage.unchanged
macros.jpackage) and note what distro and version you're using?

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bugzilla | 2 Jan 19:08 2008

[Bug 293] macros.jpackage causes rpm error message

https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=293

--- Comment #2 from HASM <bugzilla@...>  2008-01-02 19:08:17
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Created an attachment (id=130)
 --> (https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/attachment.cgi?id=130)
diff -Naurb macros.jpackage.unchanged macros.jpackage

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bugzilla | 2 Jan 19:09 2008

[Bug 293] macros.jpackage causes rpm error message

https://www.jpackage.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=293

--- Comment #3 from HASM <bugzilla@...>  2008-01-02 19:09:14
CEST ---
Upon further review it seems that the problem may be as simple as a missing
backslash in the line before the last, i.e.:
  chmod 755 $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_bindir}/%5
  %{nil}
instead of
  chmod 755 $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_bindir}/%5\
  %{nil}
I've attached a formal "diff -Naurb", i.e. extra "-b" from suggested, as my
XEmacs usually eats all whitespace at end of lines, files.

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