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shirishasac: you up buddy?05:42
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asacUbulette: i felt wasted from friday night and went to bed before i could do anything.12:25
asacUbulette: what should i do first? seamonkey?12:25
armin76no, ff3!12:30
asacUbulette: ok the diff to rev 136 looks good (given that 136 was actually uploaded )12:48
asaci think i will just upload without waiting for the build to finish12:48
shirishasac: why there is no ff ubuntu build for Hardy?12:56
asachardy isn't important :)12:58
asaci will do that tomorrow i guess12:58
Ubuletterev 136 of what ? sm ?12:58
asachardy has ffox 3 anyway12:58
asaci am pushing12:59
asacso nevermind :)12:59
Ubulettenext, mozclient please :)12:59
shirishUbulette: hey guys :)12:59
asacyeah ... the upload takes ages :)12:59
asacis mozclient in mozillateam code?13:00
asaccan you push releases over there?13:00
Ubuletteit is13:03
Ubulettei'll rename the branch someday, it's now more than just mozclient13:05
asacmozilla-devscripts :)13:05
shirishhi guys, I just filed in bug 190666 using all official stuff , can somebody look into this & see if they can find out something.13:09
ubotuLaunchpad bug 190666 in firefox "firefox crashes when downloading or uploading attachments" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19066613:09
asacshirish: what does "all official stuff" mean?13:12
shirishasac: last time I had filed the same bug, that time people had rejected the bug because I was subscribed to Ubulette's repository, hence I downgraded to archive.ubuntu.com & still this bug happens.13:15
shirishasac: hence explicitily mentioning it there, meaning all packages are from http://archive.ubuntu.com13:15
asacshirish: firefox? or firefox-3.0?`13:15
asacshirish: please use the report a bug menu entry13:16
asacaeh report a problem13:16
shirishasac: happens with both, but that dbg file was done using firefox.13:16
asacwe can infos about plugins and extensions you have installed in that wy13:16
shirishasac: where is report a bug menu entry located in the GNOME menu?13:17
asacno in the firefox help menu13:17
asacHelp->Report a Problem13:18
shirishasac: ok, using that one.13:18
asacshirish:  you don't have the -dbgsym packages installed?13:19
asac(when doing the bt)?13:19
Ubuletteasac, miro is really weird with xul1.913:20
asacshirish: in the bt there is: nsUrlClassifierDBService.cpp13:20
asaci don't think that that exists in ffox 213:20
asacUbulette: how?13:20
asacdoes it build now?13:20
shirishasac: firefox doesn't have -dbgsym package, there has firefox-dbg13:21
asacshirish: well it has ... those are just in the other archive :)13:21
asacbut -dbg should be ok13:21
Ubulettein the left pane, wrapped labels are melted, making the app unusable13:23
shirishasac: which other archive?13:23
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dbgsym - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi13:24
shirishasac: another thing, I clicked a while ago on the Help > Report problem , apport came up & then nothing :(13:25
asacshirish: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:26
asacubotu: dbgsym is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:26
ubotuI'll remember that, asac13:26
ubotudbgsym is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:26
asacubotu: dbgsym see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:27
asacubotu: dbgsym is described on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:27
ubotuBut dbgsym already means something else!13:27
Ubulette!forget dbgsym13:27
asac!forget dbgsym13:27
ubotuI'll forget that, asac13:27
asacubotu: dbgsym is described on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:28
ubotuBut dbgsym already means something else!13:28
Ubulettedamn ;)13:28
asacUbulette: i think you have to be add your nick to the ubotu admins13:28
asaci have no idea how ... gnomefreak did it back a long time for me13:28
asacmaybe ask on -motu13:28
asacdidn't work though13:29
asac!forget dbgsym13:29
ubotuI know nothing about dbgsym yet, asac13:29
asac!forget dbgsym113:29
ubotuI know nothing about dbgsym1 yet, asac13:29
asacubotu: dbgsym is described on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:29
ubotuBut dbgsym already means something else!13:29
asacubotu: you suck13:29
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about you suck - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi13:29
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about debsym - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi13:29
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dbgsym - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi13:29
asaca bug?13:29
ubotuI am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots13:30
asac!no, dbgsym is described on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:30
ubotuI know nothing about dbgsym yet, asac13:30
shirishyou guys are nuts ;) in a good way though ;)13:30
asac!dbgsym is described on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:30
ubotuBut dbgsym already means something else!13:30
asacUbulette: i think you can ask saveas13:31
Ubulettewhat for ?13:31
asacto get allowed to add facts :)13:31
shirishasac: is dbgsym better than -dbg ?13:31
asacusually not .... at least there are dbgsym for every package13:32
asac!search dbgsym13:32
ubotuFound: dbgsym*13:32
asac!search dbg13:32
asac!search debug13:32
ubotuFound: debugging, crash, dbgsym*, hardware, wink, debug13:32
Ubulettelol, i got a pm "Your edit request has been forwarded to #ubuntu-ops.  Thank you for your attention to detail"13:32
asac!forget dbgsym*13:32
ubotuI know nothing about dbgsym* yet, asac13:32
asacoh :)13:33
asac!forget dbgsym\*13:33
ubotuI know nothing about dbgsym\* yet, asac13:33
asac!forget dbgsym**13:33
ubotuI know nothing about dbgsym** yet, asac13:33
asac!forget dbgsym13:33
ubotuI know nothing about dbgsym yet, asac13:33
asaclast try13:34
asac!dbgsym is also described on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:34
ubotuI'll remember that, asac13:34
ubotudescribed on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:34
asacok ... not perfect but it worked13:35
asac!search dbgsym13:36
ubotuFound: dbgsym-also, dbgsym*13:36
asacUbulette: maybe try !forget dbgsym* ... hopefully the ops will notice this problem :)=13:36
Ubulette!forget dbgsym*13:36
Ubulettesame pm13:36
asacyeah ... lets wait a day and see if those guys do their job13:37
Ubulette!forget dbgsym*13:37
Ubuletteon #ubuntu-ops, it echoed "In #ubuntu-mozillateam, Ubulette said: !forget dbgsym*"13:38
Ubulettebtw, in ff3 b3, system wide addons are still broken13:39
shirishasac: if there are no dbgsym files for a certain package then where should I report it?13:39
asacwhat package?13:40
shirishasac: libnspr4-0 it doesn't have a dbgsym file13:40
asacshirish: try libnspr4-1d-dbgsym13:41
shirishok will do13:41
Ubuletteasac, got the attention of PriceChild ;)13:44
asaccan you explain to him the issue?13:44
asac !forget doesn't work as it should :)13:45
ubotuI know nothing about doesn't work as it should :) yet, asac13:45
asacubotu: thats delicious13:45
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about thats delicious - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi13:45
asacUbulette: Feb 10 Ubuntu Installer          (2.1K) Accepted: mozilla-devscripts 0.04 (source)13:47
shirishasac: marked the bug which I had put up before as invalid & put up a new one which has the stuff u require at bug 19067513:47
ubotuLaunchpad bug 190675 in firefox "firefox crashes when downloading or uploading attachments" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19067513:47
asacseamonkey still crawling up the hill13:47
asacshirish: thanks13:47
shirishasac: would be doing with the -dbgsym packages as well & pastebin that too. If possible just add the pastebin into a .txt file & upload it, one never knows when pastebin.ca might not be up .13:48
asacshirish: why didn't you attach it that way ;)13:49
asaci will copy/paste the bits to the bug i guess13:49
shirishasac: if I try to do then it closes ff, that is the bug lol13:50
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about asac - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi13:50
Ubulette!no dbgsym is also described on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash13:51
asaci think you lack a ,13:51
asacshirish: what extensions are:  /home/shirish/.mozilla/firefox/hqk033vx.default/extensions/{DDC359D1-844A-42a7-9AA1-88A850A938A8} (Not Parsed)13:52
asac/home/shirish/.mozilla/firefox/hqk033vx.default/extensions/{d10d0bf8-f5b5-c8b4-a8b2-2b9879e08c5d} (Not Parsed)13:52
asaccan you look?13:52
asacmaybe paste the install.rdf in that file (e.g. our parser appears to be not able to deal with those extensions)13:52
Ubuletteasac, come in #ubuntu-ops13:53
asacoh i can't join any more channels13:53
* asac hates freenode13:53
asacwait a sec13:53
shirishubotu: asac is https://launchpad.net/~asac13:54
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about asac - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi13:54
asacshirish: can you paste the install.rdf of the extensions above please?14:04
asacshirish: try if you can still reproduce the issue after disabling all the local extensions14:04
asacUbulette:  Ubuntu Installer          (4.9K) Accepted: seamonkey 1.1.8+nobinonly-0ubuntu1 (source)14:06
Ubulettemozilla bug 25742714:08
ubotuMozilla bug 257427 in XP Toolkit/Widgets "opening filepicker without first appending a filter crashes" [Critical,Resolved: fixed] http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=25742714:08
Ubuletteyou still have nspr and nss if you feel like it14:09
Ubuletteasac, ^^14:09
asacUbulette: i would prefer to do that tomorrow or tuesday, before ffox 3 + xul 1.9 go up14:09
Ubuletteasac, could have a look at miro ?14:11
asacis it in bzr?14:11
Ubulette<Ubulette> get https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~fta/democracy/miro.trunk   #47, use debian/rules get-current-source14:12
Ubulette<Ubulette> for me it fails with http://paste.ubuntu.com/4375/14:12
asacah ok14:12
Ubulettethat and the left pane garbage which is xul related14:12
asacok ... get-current-source now14:13
asacUbulette: wanna do https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/iceape ?14:17
Ubulettegutsy ? I can no longer test that14:18
asacchroot :)14:18
Ubuletteisn't this a merge from debian ?14:19
asacUbulette: pitti has a script that does it ... http://people.ubuntu.com/~pitti/scripts/14:19
asacit creates chroot ... mounts your home in that and creates your user properly14:20
Ubulettei have mine. my bot has the ability to create a chroot for anything debian related14:20
asacso take care that you don't rm -rf that chroot dir ... otherwise it would wipe you home :)14:20
asacUbulette: well ... its better to have home mounted and a user created properly ... and proc + sys + tmp14:20
asacthen you can just use schroot -p CHROOTNAME14:21
asacand run any app like it was in your main install14:21
asacnormal chroots work as well though14:21
asacbut can be tedious14:21
UbuletteI do all that except that I don't mount the user home dir. the bot has its own account14:21
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asacmounting home user gives you the proper X credentials ... so you don't need xhost + and all that14:22
Ubulettebuild != run14:22
asacyeah ... i talked about testing :)14:27
asacUbulette: does the previous miro still build?14:29
Ubulette      miro | 1.5~svn20080111r6000-0ubuntu1~fta1 | http://ppa.launchpad.net hardy/main Packages14:30
Ubulettethis one did14:30
asacmiro 1.5~svn20080111r6000-0ubuntu1~fta114:34
asacthats it14:34
asacUbulette: i think its14:42
asac+import platform14:42
asac+sys.modules['miro'].platform = platform14:42
asacthey import miro platform14:42
asacnow the normal platform module is not avail anymore14:42
asacbefore they do: +sys.path.insert(0, root_dir)14:43
asacimo it doesn't build upstream14:59
asactry the democracy channel ... is there one?14:59
asacyou could fix it by renaming the platform directory to miroplatform and then importing that15:00
asacbut its their mess imo15:00
asacapparently sys.path can only be expanded (e.g. nothing can be removed once you added it there) ... so import platform will always import the miro platform15:00
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asacok appears to work ... mv platform/gtk-x11/platform platform/gtk-x11/platformxx15:07
asacand then change import platform to import platformxx15:07
asacand were the platform_dir is joined replace platform with platformxx15:07
asacUbulette: ^^15:08
asacUbulette: you dropped a bunch of things from xul patch in miro15:49
asac80_xul19.patch:+    import gtkmozembed15:49
asac80_xul19.patch:+    import mozsetup15:49
asacthose are utmost important15:49
asacbut they are gone in latest miro bzr15:49
asacok you dropped the patches for files that had been moved15:51
asace.g. miro-1.5~svn20080111r6000/platform/gtk-x11/frontend.py ... is now miro-1.5~svn20080111r6000/platform/gtk-x11/platform/frontend.py15:51
asacthats why i get when starting build: ImportError: libxul.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory15:52
asacthat lib is loaded by import gtkmozembed15:52
asacin python15:52
asaci'll look tomorrow... they changed the way things get loaded somehwo15:55
armin76nspr-4.7.0 released...17:06
armin76at least there's the cvs tag17:06
armin76and 3.11.917:07
* armin76 wonders when they are going to put some tarballs...jeez, last tarball is from jun17:08
armin76oh, there's a tarball for nss17:11
armin76same for nspr :P17:12
Ubuletteback, sorry I had to run17:16
Ubuletteoh, i messed up the xul patch ? really ? maybe, I've synched that patch yesterday for the n-th time, everything is possible :P17:18
Ubuletteasac, sm ftbfsed on hppa17:19
UbuletteThe following packages have unmet dependencies:17:19
Ubulette  libgnomeui-dev: Depends: libbonoboui2-dev (>= 2.13.1) but it is not going to be installed17:19
Ubulette                  Depends: libgnomeui-0 (= 2.21.5-0ubuntu1) but it is not going to be installed17:19
Ubuletteasac, do you want to drop ff2 in hardy anytime soon ?17:27
Ubulettestarting to b3, it will be impossible to run ff2 and ff3 at the same time. People will be confused as clicking on ff2 or ff3 launchers will just clone the ff already there17:29
Ubulettedamn, my desktop is broken. gnome-settings-daemon crashes on startup18:03
Ubulettebug 18857218:11
ubotuLaunchpad bug 188572 in gnome-control-center "gnome-settings-daemon crashed with SIGSEGV in gnome_settings_plugin_activate()" [Unknown,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/18857218:11
Ubuletteasac, armin76, hm, 1st time I see this: http://www.sofaraway.org/ubuntu/tmp/ff3-Suspected_Attack_Site.png18:56
Ubulettehm, but I know this is safe. there's no way to "proceed anyway" :(18:57
asacUbulette: at least it works23:23

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