joaopintonotecase (1.9.8-0ubuntu3) karmic; urgency=low00:23
joaopinto  * FTBFS: Added include <stdio.h> to IniFile.h (LP: #447628)00:23
joaopintolike this ?00:23
sistpotyjoaopinto: that's excellent!00:23
joaopintook, goind go attach the debdiff now00:23
joaopintogoing to00:23
* funkyHat hasn't found any other FTBFS that aren't C or C++ problems :(00:24
joaopintohum, there is a change which was not done by me00:24
joaopinto-Architecture: i68600:24
joaopinto+Architecture: amd6400:24
joaopintooh, deb dir00:24
joaopintothis is some temporary dir as part of the building process00:25
joaopintosistpoty, the package building source touchs a deb dir, it was no my change, i'll keep it in in the debdiff00:26
sistpotysure thing, amd64 does make more sense imho ;)00:27
joaopintodone, bug 44762800:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 447628 in notecase "FTBFS, missing header include" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44762800:28
sistpotyjoaopinto: the changed file doesn't seem to be one I'd worry about. patch looks good :), test-building00:33
joaopintoI would like to update a package to a newer version: http://icculus.org/referencer/ChangeLog, the new version is from August and it's mostly bugfixes00:37
joaopintowell, maybe is to late for that00:43
joaopintoI hate fixing problems on out-dated packages00:43
sistpotyjoaopinto: sorry, was afk for a minute, and notecase failed to build for me (not your fault, problems with mirror on my side, retrying)00:45
joaopintoI did a test build on a karmic schroot00:45
sistpotyjoaopinto: yes, as I wrote it's not your fault (my pbuilder failed to download build-deps, due to 403 on my mirror, grmpf)00:47
sistpotyah, better now, compiling :)00:47
sistpotyjoaopinto: in regards to referencer, imo it makes sense to file a FFe if it builds fine and subscribe seb128 (his terrain)00:52
sistpotyat least from a quick read of changelog00:52
joaopintoI am not experienced in those processes, i will just fix the ftbfs for now00:53
ubottuuvf is Upstream Version Freeze.  For an exception, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FreezeExceptionProcess00:54
joaopintoif the new version was not request, is because no one care about it until now00:54
sistpotyjoaopinto: gnome is a little bit special due to its release cycle being coordinated with Ubuntu's00:55
joaopintothere are some bugs reported about referencer, they would need to be checked and validated against the new version00:55
sistpotyjoaopinto: question is if it's a package fallling under that release cycle00:55
sistpotyjoaopinto: btw: notecase uploaded, thanks again!00:55
joaopintoyw :)00:56
joaopintoI am just test building referencer now00:56
captivusHello.  I have, embarrassingly, forgotten my passphrase for the OpenPGP key I created when I created my LP account a few months back.01:02
captivus(I've clearly not used it since then.)01:02
captivusAnyone have any suggestions?01:03
sistpotycaptivus: revoke that key and create a new one?01:03
captivusOk.  How do I do that?01:03
captivusOh, wait -- I'd have had to have created a revocation key, right?01:04
captivusHow do I know if I created one?01:04
captivus(I don't recall doing that.)01:04
sistpotycaptivus: using your revocation certificate that you've printed on paper and stored in your treasury once you generated the old key?01:04
captivusOh, well that would be sensible ...01:04
captivus... I definitely didn't do that.01:04
sistpotycaptivus: then do that for the key you generate now ;)01:05
captivussistpoty: LOL!  I'm going to be forever haunted by the ghost of this old key.  It's going to be lingering out there associated with my name forever.01:05
captivusGod, that's so embarrassing.01:05
sistpotycaptivus: yes, happened to me as well :(01:06
joaopintosistpoty, bug 44765901:06
ubottuError: Could not parse data returned by Launchpad: The read operation timed out (https://launchpad.net/bugs/447659/+text)01:06
sistpotyjoaopinto: looking01:08
sistpotyjoaopinto: that's c++?01:09
sistpotyjoaopinto: if so the really correct header is <cstdint>01:09
joaopintosiretart, yes, it's c++01:09
joaopintoops :\01:09
joaopintoused the C header01:09
sistpotyjoaopinto: I'll fix this before uploading, ok?01:10
joaopintosistpoty, it fails to compile if you include <cstdint>01:11
joaopinto/usr/include/c++/4.4/c++0x_warning.h:31:2: error: #error This file requires compiler and library support for the upcoming ISO C++ standard, C++0x. This support is currently experimental, and must be enabled with the -std=c++0x or -std=gnu++0x compiler options.01:11
sistpotyjoaopinto: ah, crack, that that was solved with -4.4 now01:12
sistpotythought that... even01:12
sistpotyjoaopinto: another tiny change: I've updated the maintainer field... ok?01:13
sistpotyargh, me hates de.archive.ubuntu.com today. mirrors don't seem to be in agreement depending which ip resolve to the name01:15
sistpoty(and one constantly says 403)01:15
joaopintolighttpd looks another candidate for FFe01:18
joaopintobut that should be requested by someone really using it01:18
joaopintoargh, lighttpd calls automake, it produces a big debdiff, is that ok to fix FTBFS ?01:22
sistpotyjoaopinto: sure, if it's only autotools files there's no problem01:25
sistpotyjoaopinto: hm, you're fixing faster than I can sponsor :P (referencer uploaded, thanks!)01:27
joaopintosistpoty, bug 44767201:27
ubottuLaunchpad bug 447672 in lighttpd "FTBFS, needs automake1.10" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44767201:27
joaopintoI only changed debian/control and added the changelog entry, all the other diff is autotools01:27
sistpotyjoaopinto: patch is ok, but debian/changelog is erm, very brief. can you be a little bit more verbose there? ;)01:31
joaopintoerm, more verbose how ? I just noted it needed automake1.10 because configure invoked aclocal-1.10 :P01:32
sistpotyjoaopinto: as in * debian/control: change build-dependency of ... * rerun autotools01:34
jbernard_i just posted a patch for Bug #447677, if anyone has a sec to review01:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 447677 in libgems-ruby "libgems-ruby FTBFS, typo in debian/rules" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44767701:34
sistpoty<- out for 5 minutes, will continue reviewing then01:35
quidnuncWhen trying to run sudo do-release-upgrade -d I get "Building old list of packages... errors present. Is apt/dpkg running?" Anyone know what the problem is?01:35
joaopintowell, rerun autotools was not an explicit action, actually I could just trim dow the diff01:35
quidnuncOr, how can I run do-release-upgrade with debug logging on?01:35
joaopintoquidnunc, this channel is not for support, try #ubuntu or #ubuntu+101:36
joaopintosistpoty, i will be attaching a new diff, without the autotools changes01:39
sistpotyjoaopinto: thanks!01:39
sistpotyjbernard_: excellent, thanks! can you forward the patch to http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=549778 please?01:44
ubottuDebian bug 549778 in unknown "libgems-ruby: FTBFS: cannot stat" [Serious,Open]01:45
jbernard_sistpoty: yep, im working on it right now01:45
jbernard_sistpoty: i crosslinked to the deb bug in LP01:45
sistpotyjbernard_: uploaded, thanks!01:46
jbernard_sistpoty: awesome! thanks man01:47
joaopintosistpoty, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lighttpd/+bug/44767201:50
ubottuLaunchpad bug 447672 in lighttpd "FTBFS, needs automake1.10" [Undecided,New]01:51
sistpotyjoaopinto: looks great, test-building again01:51
sistpotyjoaopinto: lighttpd uploaded, thanks!02:03
superm1sistpoty, re bug 432678 there is a kernel component that needs to be updated too02:04
ubottuLaunchpad bug 432678 in lirc "Please update LIRC to 0.8.6" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/43267802:04
superm1it's been on my TODO for the last week or so to fully investigate02:04
superm1but it's a daunting task.  i always shrug whenever i need to touch LIRC02:04
superm1if you can make a call in terms of the FFe, i'll sort out the technical details if you lean towards yes though02:05
sistpotysuperm1: thanks for the info02:05
sistpotysuperm1: basically having you sort out details is what makes me lean very much towards it02:05
sistpotysuperm1: the FFe only sounded as if we'd need to make changes to the stock kernel of which noone is aware yet ;)02:06
superm1which is true02:06
superm1there is a LIRC patchset that sits on top of the kernel02:07
sistpotysuperm1: will that patchset work with an older lirc?02:07
superm1no it won't02:07
superm1so it's either new LIRC + new patches to kernel02:08
superm1or stay with the current stuff02:08
sistpotysuperm1: hm, are you ok if I'll elevate this to ubuntu-release then?02:08
superm1sistpoty, yeah however you'd like to do it.  i'll clone a kernel and try to look into the technical details over the weekend02:09
sistpotysuperm1: excellent, thanks!02:09
superm1it's worth mentioning the patches apply directly to a lirc/ directory and don't hurt anything else ever02:10
superm1so as long as they're verified to compile, they're harmless02:10
sistpoty<- doesn't know much about the kernel and certainly doesn't feel qualified to decide about kernel matters :P02:12
joaopintosistpoty, check bug 447701 please , and now i am going to bed02:16
ubottuLaunchpad bug 447701 in wallpaper-tray "FTBFS, unable to find boost libraries" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44770102:16
sistpoty<- falls into bed now.. gn8 everyone02:54
mzzHow do I get debuild (or dpkg-buildpackage, or whatever's actually doing this) to show me the commandline used for "Now running lintian..."? I'm getting a complaint there (bad-ubuntu-distribution-in-changes-file unstable) that lintian -iIE --pedantic does not give me.04:39
mzzah! I need to run it on the changes file, not on the dsc04:43
mzz(I'm guessing that always runs more checks?)04:44
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surfzoidHi, after a build package request at bugzilla, it took usually long time to see it in ubuntu ?11:36
surfzoidoups sorry, i mean launchpad not bugzilla :-)11:37
av`surfzoid, package name?11:45
surfzoidMonoOSC,  day ago :-)11:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 443398 in ubuntu "[needs-packaging] MonoOSC" [Wishlist,New]11:45
surfzoid5 days ago11:46
surfzoidav`: not so long :-)11:46
av`surfzoid, give me a sec and I have a look at it, finishing something11:46
surfzoidhey, oki, very nice :-)11:46
joaopintosurfzoid, not goind to happen for this release11:48
joaopintoops, gone11:48
slacker_nli'm reading some of the chat logs of ubuntu developer week, why does dholbach installs some of the packages with no-install-recommends? apt-get install --no-install-recommends bzr ubuntu-dev-tools devscripts dpkg-dev cdbs11:51
Laneymotu-release folks: would http://projects.qnetp.net/versions/show/9 get a FFe you think?12:15
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joaopintocan someone check and upload the fix for bug 447933 ?12:35
ubottuLaunchpad bug 447933 in boinc "FTBFS, not using system functions after detecting them" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44793312:35
Laneyjoaopinto: is the patch upstream?12:37
joaopintono, I am going to send it now12:37
joaopintoreport upstream now12:46
joaopintowho should I subcribe when no one is available for FTBFS bugs ?12:46
Laneythis package takes ages to build12:52
joaopintoLaney, it does :P13:01
jbernard_joaopinto: i've been subscribing 'universe sponsors' to my FTBFS bugs13:02
Laneyoh there it's finished13:02
joaopintojbernard_, ok tks, Laney you are working on it right ?13:03
Laneyjoaopinto: uploaded13:03
joaopintoLaney, tks13:04
Laneyplease could you send it to debian too?13:05
joaopintoLaney, I have sent it to the upstream authors, it will land into debian on the next update13:14
Laneyjoaopinto: they might want to fix the ftbfs more immediately13:16
av`jbernard_, did you do any FTBFS fix recently?13:25
joaopintoLaney, bug 44796713:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 447967 in bombardier "FTBFS, GCC errors" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44796713:25
av`joaopinto, the LP: xxxx field is broken13:26
joaopintoops, forgot to update the source diff13:27
joaopintoav`, fixed13:28
av`joaopinto, where did you grab that patch from?13:28
joaopintoav`, from myself13:29
joaopintoand yes, I have sent it upstream and to debian which is the same13:34
mok0Oh great, karmic upgrade  broke my sbuilder :-(13:47
joaopintoLaney, looking at 447967 or should I subscribe universe sponsors ?13:49
joaopintothat one is an easy build13:49
joaopintoit's a text game :P13:49
hyperairanyone from motu-release here? i'd like to inquire whether i can just upload a snapshot of banshee for the time being, and then get 1.5.1 uploaded post-release?13:57
hyperairfrom 1.4.3 to 1.5.0 there are approx 139 bugfixes (grepped the BGO keywords from git log)13:58
hyperairand from 1.5.0 to date is 84 bugfixes13:58
hyperairand while they say 1.5.1 is going to be released really soon, they haven't yet and won't give a date.13:59
sistpotyhyperair: you mean to get 1.5.1 in via an sru?13:59
hyperairwell, i'm not sure whether 1.5.1 is going to arrive before or after karmic14:00
hyperairif before, then sru not needed, i suppose14:00
sistpotydirecthex: what's your opinion wrt. banshee?14:01
joaopintosistpoty, when you have some please check 44796714:02
sistpotyjoaopinto: funny, actually I'm already looking at it ;)14:02
joaopintoI have a FTBFS for a game that will break the -data dependency rule, is there a proper fix apart from replaceing SourceVersion with an hardcoded version ?14:02
joaopintootherwise it would require a -data reupload with the newer version14:03
sistpotyjoaopinto: which one is it?14:04
joaopintoceferino_0.97.8-2.dsc -> ceferino_0.97.8-2ubuntu1.dsc14:04
joaopintohum, maybe I can use UpstreamVersion instead ?14:05
ari-tczewif you want new upstream, you need open a ffe request14:05
joaopintoit's not a new upstream version14:06
joaopintoit's a FTBFS fix, which requires a debian version bump, which breaks the depend rule for -data14:06
joaopintoI beleive there is an UpstreamVersion macro, which could be a solution14:09
ari-tczewgive bug's number14:12
joaopintoari-tczew, bug 447994, but I don't need help with the bug per si, just how to address the -data depend change :)14:13
ubottuLaunchpad bug 447994 in ceferino "FTBFS, GCC4.1.1 error, variable name conflict with a class name" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44799414:13
sistpotyjoaopinto: bombardier uploaded14:14
joaopintosistpoty, tks14:14
sistpotyjoaopinto: there should be a macro for the upstream version, let me look14:14
joaopintotried ${source:UpstreamVersion}, is not it :\14:15
sistpotyjoaopinto:  source:Upstream-Version14:15
sistpotyjoaopinto: see deb-substvars manpage14:16
joaopintoops, was missing the -14:16
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joaopintoerm, wait, I am nuts, -data is also built from this source package14:18
sistpotythat simplifies things ;)14:18
joaopintosistpoty, bug 44799414:21
ubottuLaunchpad bug 447994 in ceferino "FTBFS, GCC4.1.1 error, variable name conflict with a class name" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44799414:21
* sistpoty reads the c++ iso spec to find out if that is indeed a bug in ceferino14:25
sistpotyyes, looks like grafico overrides the type name in the declarator list, so a bug in ceferino (at least from my interpretation of the c++ spec)14:30
pkernsistpoty: Hi.  So there is indeed a file conflict on gnome-audio vs. ubuntu-sounds AFAICS (card_shuffle.wav).  How to proceed from there, considering that ubuntu-sounds is in main whereas gnome-audio is not?15:27
sistpotypkern: hm... let me recheck15:27
pkernsistpoty: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-sounds/+bug/343288 fwiw15:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 343288 in ubuntu-sounds "Unneccesary conflict with gnome-audio" [Undecided,New]15:28
sistpotypkern: indeed didn't see card_shuffle.wav15:29
pkernsistpoty: Shipping the file in the package would of course also fix the problem, but I guess we don't really want that.  Or reusing a sound file from ubuntu-sounds if there's something suitable.15:32
pkernsistpoty: However in the long term that should be fixed.  \-:15:32
sistpotypkern: I guess the best fix would be to move card_shuffle in ubuntu-sounds to the subdirectory.. though I'm not sure what uses the file and would need to be adjusted15:34
sistpotypkern: maybe a dirty hack would be to declares replaces on ubuntu-sounds/gnome-audio w.o. conflicts?15:38
sistpotypkern: I guess you could also ask seb128 for directions15:39
pkernsistpoty: Then it would be semi-random, though, who'll own that file.15:40
sistpotypkern: yes, that's why I wrote dirty hack15:40
* sistpoty is off again, cya15:51
pkernTheMuso: ^^15:59
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captivusHello.  How do I know if a package I am building will need the .ex and .EX files?16:12
hyperairerm experience?16:15
hyperairwell some of them are documented in comments inside them16:16
captivusYes, well I was hoping that there was a comprehensive explanation of the files and their use somewhere, but I can't seem to find one on the wiki16:19
directhexsomeone rang?17:02
sochow can i see which libraries are used by an executabke?17:19
directhexsoc, assuming it's an ELF binary, with "ldd"17:19
Laneydirecthex: re: uploading a git snapshot of banshee17:20
socldd /usr/bin/hp-setup17:20
directhexLaney, then SRU to 151?17:20
socnot a dynamic executable17:20
directhexsoc, no, it's not. it's a python script.17:21
socah thanks17:21
directhexLaney, if we can SRU to 1.5.1, do you think a git snapshot is better than 1.5.0?17:22
Laneyyeah for sure17:22
LaneyI've been running the dailies for ages17:22
directhexeither is better than 1.4.3. i just have a general gut reaction to snapshots17:23
Laneycody-somerville, jdong: Would you agree in principle to a Karmic SRU from a git snapshot of Banshee to the release if it happens after release?17:23
LaneyI reckon that head currently is pretty much what 151 will be anyway17:24
directhexi think that's quite possibly the case. mac bugs causing delays, isn't it?17:24
Laneynot sure17:24
jdongLaney: well I would like to see at that point the diff and also what Ubuntu bugs it'd close, but in principle I see nothing wrong with that17:25
funkyHatnooo inkscape I need you to work properly -.-17:25
directhexjdong, can you REJECT something from NEW?17:26
jdonghahaha I'm not that magical :)17:26
Laneycool beans17:27
Laneydirecthex: yay or nay?17:27
Laneyalso, did you do it again?17:28
directhexLaney, i fixed my dput.cf! on, erm, my office pc. then i did it again at home :(17:28
jdongdirecthex: HAHAHAHA17:29
directhexLaney, on a related note, i feel *way* more sleepy & headachey than i did when attacking the archive with bad uploads. so better if you coordinate my "yay" with hyperair17:29
sebnerdirecthex: you should really hide somewhere17:29
* jdong can totally see the archive admins chasing after directhex with a bat17:29
directhexjdong, apparently slangasek expects beer. beer is an acceptable penance17:30
* james_w takes his archive admin bat and applies it to clr-wallpapers17:35
james_wand it is out of here!17:35
directhexta james_w17:35
directhexgoing to the karmic release party in london?17:35
james_wI reckon you are just trying to catch someone asleep at the wheel so that it ends up in karmic17:36
james_wnot sure17:36
james_wI have to head down sometime that week17:36
directhex'cos i owe you a beer now17:36
james_wbut we haven't arranged the meeting yet17:36
james_wclicking a button != a beer17:36
hyperairdirecthex: what?17:36
directhexhyperair, "yes" to banshee snapshot in karmic, but i'm too headachey to check it17:37
hyperairi see17:37
hyperairwell then i'll work on it17:39
hyperairso.. first step is to file a bug i suppose... what information should i include? diff (debdiff?), list of bugs it'd fix, what else?17:41
hyperairalso, is there an easy way to get the bug # of a launchpad bug linked to a certain BGO bug#?17:42
hyperairas in, i have the BGO bug #, and i'd like to get the launchpad bug # linked to it17:42
directhexi don't know if launchpadlib can search on that17:44
ari-tczewjames_w: could you review again drupal's security bug #431080 ?17:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 431080 in drupal6 "Fix critical security vulnerability (SA-CORE-2009-008)" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/43108017:53
LtWorfi am the debian mantainer of a package, and i was sent here from #ubuntu to ask how could it be inserted in ubuntu's repositories too19:00
azeemit's a pretty bad time right now because AFAIK the Ubuntu repository is frozen for the 9.10 release19:01
azeemhowever, in general you can file a sync request bug I guess and it will be acted upon after release19:01
Laneywe'll get it automatically after Karmic releases19:01
Laneyif it's a new package19:02
mok0LtWorf: it will be sync'ed automatically for lucid19:02
mok0LtWorf: no need to do anything19:02
LtWorfmh ok... i'll try to figure out what a sync request bug is :)19:02
mok0LtWorf: It's just a bug that says: please sync ... blah blah ... from unstable19:03
mok0LtWorf: but you only need that after "Debian Import Freeze"19:03
LtWorfmok0: and what "Debian Import Freeze" is?19:05
azeemthe end of automatic syncs19:05
LtWorfok thanks to everybody.. goodbye19:05
mok0LtWorf: In the beginning of a cycle, there are regular imports of packages from unstable19:06
mok0Bye :-)19:06
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RoAkSoAxScottK, ping?19:48
RoAkSoAxScottK, could you please take a look to bug #43091319:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 430913 in intrepid-backports "Please backport nginx 0.6.35 to Hardy, Intrepid from Jaunty Security" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/43091319:48
* jdong takes a look19:59
jdonglooks good to me20:02
jdongRoAkSoAx: sponsored20:07
RoAkSoAxthanks jdong :)20:15

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