Monday, 2018-06-04

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dcaliste@lbt, hello, sorry to disturb. I cannot login anymore on I tried several times to log as 'dcaliste' without success (hopefully I didn't mess up when typing my password, but I tried several times and checked keyboard layout…).06:54
tbrhmm works for me (used my email address as user name)07:00
dcaliste@tbr, thanks, shame on me. email address as login works. I don't know why my browser was prefilling with dcaliste… and why I didn't try to change with email address.07:01
dcalisteSorry for the noise.07:01
tbrmaybe it did work at some point07:02
kimmoliwhen we get GDPR privacy update from bugs?07:02
dcaliste@lbt, sorry to disturb you again, I've tried to branch mer-cor:devel/poppler in, and I got errors like "Files could not be expanded: service webhook failed:", see
dcalisteDid I do something wrong?12:17
dcalisteLast error in backtrace is:12:17
dcalisteFile "/usr/lib/obs/service//webhook", line 316, in main12:18
dcalistewhm = self.create_new_whm()12:18
dcalisteFile "/usr/lib/obs/service//webhook", line 254, in create_new_whm12:18
dcalisteself._debug("Error %s : %s : %s" %(r, r.content))12:18
dcalisteTypeError: not enough arguments for format string12:18
r0kk3rzpull the webhook out of it12:20
dcalister0kk3rz, sorry I don't understand. I clicked on branch an existing package, and arriving on the branched project page, I got the error. If I look at unmerged source, I see only two files: _link and _service. Which one is to be changed?12:22
r0kk3rzlook in the _service file12:22
r0kk3rzyou'll notice it has two services sections, one for webhooks and one for tar_git12:23
r0kk3rzremove the webhook block12:23
dcalisteI see. so I comment the webhook and I don't have error anymore. Strange, I would have swear that this procedure was working before. Thanks for the guidance.12:24
r0kk3rzalso id refrain from using the branch package button12:24
r0kk3rzwe dont use package links, and so it doesnt really do anything useful to us12:24
r0kk3rzits better to click 'submit package' and put it in a repo of your choosing12:25
dcalisteI used it before because it copied the service file properly and I'd just have to edit it and put my commit id. But, ok I take good note of your advices.12:25
r0kk3rzthose methods are very similar12:26
r0kk3rzbut branch creates a _link as well12:26
r0kk3rzdcaliste: you can also remove the revision parameter if you just want it to build the latest12:31
lbtdcaliste: I'll take a look too12:41
r0kk3rzlbt: yeah maybe webhooks is broken :(12:41
r0kk3rzlbt: can you also take a look into x86 mer builds?12:42
dcaliste@lbt, thank you. Currently I can set things to build and check that spec file is properly updated, so it's fine with me.12:46
dcaliste@r0kk3rz, thank you for the advice on revision. Currently I was always copying last git log value ;)12:48
r0kk3rzdcaliste: webhooks only work with new tags, so for quick iteration its not that useful to you12:48
dcalister0kk3rz, another question, do you have any idea why the build log fails with "I have the following modifications for openjpeg.spec:13:12
dcaliste[   49s] sed: can't read // No such file or directory"?13:12
r0kk3rzignore that13:16
r0kk3rzyour problem is - [   49s] error: File /home/abuild/rpmbuild/SOURCES/v2.3.0+2.3.20180604130309.dce7be6.tar.gz: No such file or directory13:16
dcalister0kk3rz, ah stupid, yes. Well I still have no clue, but I'm looking for it.13:20
r0kk3rzyour source line needs changing13:20
dcalisteOk, I'm investigating, thanks for your time.13:21
dcalister0kk3rz, great, it's compiling, thanks for your help.13:26
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