micahg1jcastro: I updated the install instructions on the FirefoxNewVersion page so that the Firefox stable PPA is more prominent and sounds less ominous04:31
jcastromicahg1: <304:34
micahg1jcastro: can you check it over: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FirefoxNewVersion?action=subscribe04:34
* micahg1 also subscribed so I can keep an eye on it04:34
BUGabundo_remotemorning \o/ #vacation in 10h :D08:40
asac!info bfilter09:18
ubottuPackage bfilter does not exist in karmic09:18
asac!info bfilter hardy09:18
ubottubfilter (source: bfilter): Simple web filtering proxy. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.1.3-1 (hardy), package size 492 kB, installed size 1344 kB09:19
asac!info blam09:19
ubottublam (source: blam): a simple RSS aggregator for GNOME. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.8.6-3ubuntu1 (karmic), package size 152 kB, installed size 1220 kB09:19
asac!info chmsee09:20
ubottuchmsee (source: chmsee): A chm file viewer written in GTK+. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0.6-1ubuntu2 (karmic), package size 143 kB, installed size 688 kB09:20
asac!info edbrowse09:20
ubottuedbrowse (source: edbrowse): A /bin/ed-alike webbrowser written in C. In component universe, is extra. Version 3.4.1-1 (karmic), package size 323 kB, installed size 868 kB09:20
asac!info freej09:21
ubottufreej (source: freej): vision mixer. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.10git20081231-0ubuntu2 (karmic), package size 932 kB, installed size 3124 kB09:21
* gnomefreak should really not do email this early. i hate getting mad at 4:22 :(09:21
asac!info gcj-4.109:21
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asac!info gcj-4.1 hardy09:21
ubottugcj-4.1 (source: gcj-4.1): The GNU compiler for Java(TM). In component universe, is optional. Version 4.1.2-18ubuntu1 (hardy), package size 2647 kB, installed size 5756 kB09:22
asac!info gnome-chemistry-utils09:22
ubottuPackage gnome-chemistry-utils does not exist in karmic09:22
asac!info gnome-chemistry-utils hardy09:22
ubottuPackage gnome-chemistry-utils does not exist in hardy09:22
asac!info gtk2hs09:23
ubottuPackage gtk2hs does not exist in karmic09:23
asac!info gtk2hs hardy09:23
ubottuPackage gtk2hs does not exist in hardy09:23
asac!info libghc6-mozembed-dev09:24
asac!info libghc6-mozembed-dev hardy09:24
ubottuPackage libghc6-mozembed-dev does not exist in karmic09:24
ubottulibghc6-mozembed-dev (source: gtk2hs): A GUI library for Haskell (Gtk2Hs) -- GtkMozEmbed bindings. In component universe, is optional. Version (hardy), package size 100 kB, installed size 344 kB09:24
asac!info gtklookat09:24
ubottuPackage gtklookat does not exist in karmic09:24
asac!info gtklookat hardy09:24
ubottugtklookat (source: gtklookat): VRML viewer for GTK+. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.13.0-6 (hardy), package size 18 kB, installed size 92 kB09:24
asac!info hulahop09:25
ubottuhulahop (source: sugar-hulahop): Sugar graphical shell - gecko-based web engine (transitional package). In component universe, is optional. Version 0.4.9-1ubuntu2 (karmic), package size 6 kB, installed size 48 kB09:25
asac!info libjavascript-perl09:27
ubottulibjavascript-perl (source: libjavascript-perl): Perl extension for executing embedded JavaScript. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.12-3 (karmic), package size 93 kB, installed size 368 kB09:27
asac!info mediatomb09:27
ubottumediatomb (source: mediatomb): UPnP MediaServer (main package). In component universe, is optional. Version 0.12.0~svn2018-4ubuntu1 (karmic), package size 20 kB, installed size 100 kB09:27
gnomefreakgood morning asac and do you feel like thinking? IMHO joe is not doing the best job with SM2 :( im thinking may i should have maintained it09:28
asac!info libopenvrml5c2a09:29
ubottuPackage libopenvrml5c2a does not exist in karmic09:29
asacgnomefreak: hi09:29
asacgnomefreak: not sure ;) ... havent seen much activity from him09:29
asaci guess its not a single maintainer thing. why not coordinate with him and help out?09:29
asac!info openvrml09:30
ubottuPackage openvrml does not exist in karmic09:30
asac!info libopenvrml5c2a hardy09:30
ubottulibopenvrml5c2a (source: openvrml): runtime shared library for VRML. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.15.10-9ubuntu1 (hardy), package size 1351 kB, installed size 5460 kB09:30
gnomefreakasac: removed all the sparate binaries and just built the one seamonkey package09:30
gnomefreakare you having fun with the bot? :)09:30
asac!info sabletron09:31
ubottuPackage sabletron does not exist in karmic09:31
asacgnomefreak: yeah. going through all rdepends of xulrunner ... checking what needs to be ported for hardy rollout of ffox 3.609:31
asacxulrunner 1.9.209:31
* gnomefreak trying to explain why it was set up the way i had it. i dont think he is even using nobinonly anymmore09:31
gnomefreakah ok09:31
asacgnomefreak: so as long as he doenst commit that to our branch its fine09:32
asache should come here and discuss things09:32
asacotherwise he is doing it alone09:32
asacmaybe invite him to talk to me09:32
asac!info sablotron09:32
ubottusablotron (source: sablotron): an XSL processor fully implemented in C++. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0.3-1ubuntu2 (karmic), package size 10 kB, installed size 72 kB09:32
asac!info videolink09:32
ubottuvideolink (source: videolink): assembles a DVD video filesystem from HTML pages and video files. In component universe, is extra. Version 1.2.7-1ubuntu1.0xul191 (karmic), package size 106 kB, installed size 340 kB09:32
asac!info zekr09:33
ubottuzekr (source: zekr): Quranic Study Tool. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 0.5.1.dfsg-1.1ubuntu1 (karmic), package size 1124 kB, installed size 3064 kB09:33
asac!info gluezilla09:39
ubottuPackage gluezilla does not exist in karmic09:39
asac!info gluezilla lucid09:39
ubottuPackage gluezilla does not exist in lucid09:39
asac!info gjs09:46
ubottugjs (source: gjs): JavaScript bindings based on gobject-introspection.. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.4-0ubuntu2 (karmic), package size 155 kB, installed size 572 kB09:46
asaci hate those09:47
BUGabundo_remoteasac: anything on that libc6 bug ?09:47
asaci dont know about that ;)09:47
asaci rmeember you posted something09:47
asacthe one you tried to get backtrace for?09:47
asaci would suggest to open a bug upstream ;)09:47
asacif it worked the day before and then stopped09:48
asacand still doesnt work ... open a new bug and tell them the regression window09:48
BUGabundo_remotewhat's libc6 upstream ?09:48
BUGabundo_remotecause its not only firefox09:49
BUGabundo_remoteI have the same in pidgin09:49
BUGabundo_remoteI haven't seen it in FF3.7 anymore09:49
BUGabundo_remotebut its running sloowwwww09:49
BUGabundo_remoteapparmor changes ?09:49
asac!info libjdic-java09:50
ubottulibjdic-java (source: libjdic-java): JDesktop Integration Components. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.5-3ubuntu1 (karmic), package size 231 kB, installed size 1748 kB09:50
asacBUGabundo_remote: gone in firefox 3.7?09:50
asacgues it was a ffox regression then ... or something was out of sync in lucid09:50
asacif you see it again let me know09:50
asacand no ...  i dont think apparmor changes are slowing things down09:50
asacand 3.7 didnt get changes in that direction anyway recently iirc09:50
asac!info mozzemberek09:52
ubottumozzemberek (source: mozzemberek): Turkish spell checking for Firefox and Xulrunner applications. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.1.5-1 (karmic), package size 36 kB, installed size 192 kB09:52
asac!info pcmanx-gtk209:53
ubottupcmanx-gtk2 (source: pcmanx-gtk2): user-friendly telnet client mainly targets BBS users. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.3.7-3.1ubuntu4 (karmic), package size 179 kB, installed size 560 kB09:53
asac!info ruby-gnome209:54
ubotturuby-gnome2 (source: ruby-gnome2): GNOME-related bindings for the Ruby language. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.19.0-2ubuntu4 (karmic), package size 12 kB, installed size 40 kB09:54
asac!info ruby-gnome209:54
ubotturuby-gnome2 (source: ruby-gnome2): GNOME-related bindings for the Ruby language. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.19.0-2ubuntu4 (karmic), package size 12 kB, installed size 40 kB09:54
asac!info sablotron09:54
ubottusablotron (source: sablotron): an XSL processor fully implemented in C++. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0.3-1ubuntu2 (karmic), package size 10 kB, installed size 72 kB09:54
* BUGabundo_remote hands asac a /msg ubottu09:55
asac!info python-hulahop09:56
ubottupython-hulahop (source: sugar-hulahop): Sugar graphical shell - gecko-based web engine. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.4.9-1ubuntu2 (karmic), package size 362 kB, installed size 1144 kB09:56
asacBUGabundo_remote: so bad?09:56
asacassumed not many are awake atm09:56
asac!info sugar-web-activity09:57
ubottusugar-web-activity (source: sugar-web-activity): web browsing activity for the Sugar graphical shell. In component universe, is optional. Version 108-2 (karmic), package size 174 kB, installed size 1964 kB09:57
gnomefreakhes fine :)09:57
asac!info tuxguitar09:58
ubottutuxguitar (source: tuxguitar): Multitrack guitar tablature editor and player (gp3 to gp5). In component universe, is optional. Version 1.1-1ubuntu1 (karmic), package size 3037 kB, installed size 5788 kB09:58
asacdoes that work at all?09:58
asactuxguitar that is09:58
gnomefreakhe still comments when needed09:58
asac!info xiphos09:59
ubottuxiphos (source: xiphos): environment for Bible reading, study, and research. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.1.1-2 (karmic), package size 342 kB, installed size 828 kB09:59
asaci guess we can kill that ;)?09:59
asac!info gpac10:00
ubottugpac (source: gpac): multimedia framework based on the MPEG-4 Systems standard. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 0.4.5-0.3ubuntu4 (karmic), package size 543 kB, installed size 1580 kB10:00
BUGabundo_remotegnomefreak: who does10:00
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gnomefreakBUGabundo_remote: asac does10:03
tech404When I use firefox 3.6 as packaged in the PPA I have a strange issue where the window scrolls when I click on some objects so that the object is at the bottom of the window. It seems to happen with objects that have javascript actions associated with them but I'm not sure that is the issue. When using the deb package from the firefox site with the same profile the problem does not exist.10:26
tech404As an example. When I click on certain dropdown boxes, text fields, and buttons the screen will scroll up so that what I clicked on is at the very bottom of the window. It seems to do it on button down because the click often fails as the object is not under the mouse anymore when I release the button.10:28
tech404I need to sign off for a moment so I can use the official non-buggy version. I will be back in a moment and lurk for a bit in case someone has a question about my issue.10:30
* gnomefreak be back in a bit10:45
gnomefreakThe problem cannot be reported:10:52
gnomefreakThis is not a genuine Ubuntu package10:52
ftaasac, http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=3142711:00
asacmaybe they shouldnt have pulled the file-picker in ;)11:04
asac4th: be happy with gtk file picker ;)11:04
asacwhat is libjpeg8?11:05
asacthought its dead11:05
tech404gnomefreak: were you talking to me? The problem is in the package made by the ubuntu mozilla team. I know that's not technically an official ubuntu package but I can't think of a better place to report it than here.11:05
ftaasac, reborn apparently11:05
tech404gnomefreak: I suspect now that you were in fact not talking to me11:05
gnomefreaktech404: sorry no i wasnt11:07
asacfta: are they still using filepicker copy in-source ?11:07
ftano idea11:08
ftaasac, "pgo, no luck, done". does that mean you give up on pgo?11:13
asacno ...11:13
asacjust not for this spec11:13
asaceven mozilla doesnt use it :)11:13
asacbut will try agian after alpha-311:14
asacplenty of time left then11:14
asacif you wanna try go ahead ... the all-static build we have seems to be quite fast11:15
asacat least ;)11:15
ftaasac, http://paste.ubuntu.com/365131/11:28
ftaasac, fyi http://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/dev/developers/linux-technical-faq11:31
asacfta: the licensing doesnt look that bad11:34
asacwhat part of the technical faqshould i look at11:35
ftait was just fyi11:39
ftathe notification for ex, i guess we'll quickly get user requests to have that11:40
ftaasac, just checked the ffmpeg package, it's no longer stripped. so we should be fine12:04
gnomefreakthis looks cool :) http://doctormo.wordpress.com/2010/01/27/ground-control-demonstration/ http://blip.tv/file/314162912:14
gnomefreakseems slower than term. but im going to give it a try anyway :)12:21
gnomefreaki guess the 3.1 password bug is just ours?12:45
Milos_SDI have a problem with Firefox 3.7 nightly13:01
Milos_SDit freezes on loading flash on any page13:02
Milos_SD** (firefox-3.7:10308): WARNING **: Serious fd usage error 1413:02
Milos_SD** (firefox-3.7:10308): WARNING **: Serious fd usage error 1213:02
gnomefreakMilos_SD: can you give me a page it happens on i will check real fast13:02
Milos_SDthis is the error I get in terminal13:02
Milos_SDit happens on any page with flash13:03
Milos_SDwhen I try to load youtube video13:03
Milos_SDand others with flash baners13:03
Milos_SDthe last one from mozilla ftp works13:04
Milos_SDbut the one from ppa doesn't13:04
gnomefreakthis just started i didnt run into it the other day.13:04
gnomefreakasac: you here for 3.7+flash?13:05
Milos_SDit was in yesterdays build also13:05
gnomefreaki got 3.6 working so i dropped back down to that for a few reasons but 3.7 on mondays build it worked fine13:05
Milos_SDwith latest build from firefox ftp youtube works, but controls are not (sometimes work, but in 90% times don't)13:05
* gnomefreak blames flash but i doubt it is. Ok i need to get going for an hour but asac should be able to help if he is not too busy. hes been working hard this morning so far ;)13:07
BUGabundo_remoteMilos_SD: update to daily13:14
BUGabundo_remotethat was a yesterday regression of some kind13:14
Milos_SDBUGabundo_remote, I did updated it to daily... today I got the update13:17
Milos_SDand it is still the problem13:17
BUGabundo_remotebut then again, I'm using a manually updated flash .so 64bits13:18
asacgnomefreak: nope ;)13:33
asacwhats the problem?13:33
Milos_SDBUGabundo_remote, I'm using manualy updated flash .so 64bit too :)13:34
Milos_SDasac, problem is with Firefox 3.7 daily build and flash. Firefox freezes when it needs to load flash on any page that has it.13:37
asaci think that wsa reported by llstarks yesterday13:37
asacseems to be upstream regressioni would assume13:37
asac[reed]: ?13:37
Milos_SDyea it is upstream problem... it has been fixed, but not fully (youtube controls doesn't work in 90% of cases)13:39
Milos_SDso, can you package that version and update ppa? :D13:39
Milos_SDthis is the ID of current version in ppa: 2010012904415113:41
Milos_SDand ID of new version is: 2010012900522013:41
asacMilos_SD: that will happen automatically tomorrow13:44
Milos_SDasac, ok, thanks :)13:45
asacits a daily ppa ;)13:50
gnomefreakanyone using stable 3.6 by chance?14:03
gnomefreakseems java is doing the same as flash+3.614:05
gnomefreakcan anyone reproduce bug 252382? daily 3.6 is freezing me up trying to load that page14:07
ubottuLaunchpad bug 252382 in xulrunner-1.9 "firefox fails to load the python loader XPCOM component" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25238214:07
gnomefreakthe java page in that bug14:07
micahgasac: I added an add-unavail target to debian/rules for the locales package14:50
* micahg should probably write a build readme14:50
asacmicahg: what does add-unavail do?14:53
asacbesides from that you think you are done?14:53
asaccan you get that package up somewhere?14:54
micahgasac: adds the unavailable languages once the unavail file is populated14:54
micahgI'm pushing to PPA for test build now14:54
micahgbuilders are empty :)14:54
asacso unavail file is manually maintained?14:54
micahgfor 3.0.1 I'll fix the point you just made :)14:54
micahgat the moment14:54
asacwhich point did i make?14:55
asacthe manually unavail? i think thats ok14:55
micahgthat it's manually maintained14:55
micahgasac: how would I add a build readme?14:55
asacwhat happens if the unavail is wrong? is there a safety net?14:55
asacmicahg: README.source file14:55
[reed]asac: ?14:55
micahgasac: lintian should go crazy about their being 2 packages with the same name in control I would thing14:55
asac[reed]: i think its already answered. i had two users complaining about firefox 3.7 daily hanging on flash sites. wondered if its a known upstream regression14:56
asacthe second user then replied that its already fixed ... just wanted a new build14:56
[reed]not sure... I have not experienced hangs14:56
asacso i think its ok14:56
[reed]I get crashes on youtube14:56
[reed]but at least my browser doesn't crash!14:56
asacso he said yesterday it was reall ybad ... now its better, but youtube is broken still14:56
asacoh ... did it land?14:57
[reed]OOPP was turned on14:57
asacso thats a pref?14:57
asacwhen did that land?14:57
asacvery great14:58
asacso nevermind. guess they are on it ;)14:58
[reed]look for bugs14:58
[reed]and file them14:58
[reed]if you don't see one14:58
BUGabundo_remoteWAIT WAIT WAIT14:58
BUGabundo_remoteseparete process?14:58
asacnow i know whats going on and can better guide users to bugs etc.14:59
BUGabundo_remote[reed]: I'm reposting your line :D14:59
* BUGabundo_remote nods15:00
micahgasac: how does this look: http://pastebin.com/f299ce4e315:03
asacmicahg: maybe make a title for that15:03
asac1. Updating to new upstream releases15:04
micahgIs there a convention for titles in readmes?15:04
micahgasac: what can we do about the system cairo bug...we have people using other's PPAs...15:06
asachunt the other PPAs down for trademark infringement ... lol15:10
asacno seriously ... i think we might want to ask blocking status on the upstream bug15:12
asac[reed]: are you not seeing the fontproblem bug?15:12
micahgmozilla 54131915:12
asacmaybe upstream builds never had good font so noone noticed the difference?15:13
ubottuMozilla bug 541319 in Graphics "Poor subpixel font rendering compared to rest of system in FF3.6 on Ubuntu" [Normal,New] http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=54131915:13
micahgasac: right, their builds have been like this for a while15:13
asaci am quite sure that 3.5 has the same issue with in-source cairo15:13
asacjust wonder if 3.0 has that too15:13
asacalso we might want to check whats going on in hardy15:13
asacor even fedora15:13
asacbut i hope upstream sees the bug too in their tetss15:14
* micahg checks 3.015:15
micahgit's blocky15:18
* micahg doesn't know if it's the same problem15:18
micahgI can't really tell15:19
micahgasac: seems to be a dupe upstream mozilla 40463715:31
ubottuMozilla bug 404637 in Graphics "Excessive color fringing in default builds vs. --enable-system-cairo builds on Ubuntu" [Normal,New] http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=40463715:31
asaccolor finging?15:34
asacnot sure that is a dupe15:34
micahgsame freedesktopbug15:34
micahgasac: Andreas describes color fringes in his bug as well15:35
* micahg thinks he will dupe15:35
micahgasac: can I upstream out lcd_filter patch?15:35
* micahg found mozilla 456448 was stalled which is why I think it's not patched in mozilla15:38
ubottuMozilla bug 456448 in Graphics "Add configure check for FT_Library_SetLcdFilter" [Normal,New] http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=45644815:38
* micahg is testing an empty package for tb-locale as well as an actual language15:50
recmajkemihow do i upgrate to 3.6 with tar.bz where to put folder?15:51
micahgrecmajkemi: we don't support that15:54
micahgrecmajkemi: we have a PPA15:54
micahgjdstrand: for an apparmor bug where it's clear from the kern.log what the issue is, do I need to have the reporter debug?15:55
jdstrandmicahg: if we have the kern.log and the steps to reproduce, then not usually15:56
micahgjdstrand: k15:56
micahgjdstrand: there was just a bug about evince and google chrome...should I dupe to the browser abstractions bug for chrome?15:57
jdstrandmicahg: if it is the same bug, sure15:57
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micahg[reed]: ah, that's the way to do that :)16:01
recmajkemimicahg: K, than whats up with pixelated images on zoom?16:09
micahgrecmajkemi: ?16:17
micahgasac: there's a problem with the extensions dir for tb locales, in 2.0 it was thunderbird, now it's versioned...what to do?16:33
micahgdo I symlink to the unversioned?16:33
micahgand updated tb3 to install it's extension there16:33
asacmicahg: we dont have a libcairo.so in our firefox package?16:35
asacis that true ;)?16:35
asacfeels wrong16:36
asachave to check what goes on16:36
micahgyes seems like it :(16:36
asacif you have a built-tree maybe check if that is in dist/bin16:36
micahgI only have  a tb3 build area right now16:37
micahgI can test over the weekend16:37
micahgasac: would that be why our build doesn't look so good then?16:38
asacis upstream build ok?16:38
asacfeels likely this could cause issues16:38
asackinda strnage that it works at all ;)16:38
micahgwe're linked against system cairo but not building with it :(16:38
micahgthat actually looks disturbing ^^16:40
micahgasac: ^^16:41
asacmicahg: right. i think the .so should be in debian/tmp ... but we dont put it in package properly or something16:50
asaci am not sure whats going on ... we seem to copy the .so's from the branding dir in debian/rules16:50
asacmight be a typo16:50
asacbut the .so should also be there16:50
asacso maybe its just in dist/bin ... but never gets installed by make instlal16:50
BUGabundo_remote[reed]: html5 spec says anything about video tag should start videos paused?17:02
micahgasac: re tb-locales, can we make a tb-addons dir now that tb is being versioned?17:04
asacmicahg: no ... we dont need that anymore17:08
asactbird location is /usr/lib/mozilla/APPID/EXTENSIONID17:08
micahgasac: but tb3 gets installed into a new dir ever version?17:08
asacso ship those locales in /usr/share/thunderbird-locales ... and creat links according to the EXTENSIONID17:09
asacat best just use xpi.mk17:09
asacnot sure if that works for multiple extensions already ... check with bdrung17:09
micahgdoes xpi.mk have instructions? :)17:09
bdrungmicahg: http://wiki.debian.org/mozilla-devscripts17:10
micahgthanks bdrung17:11
micahgasac: so I should convert tb-locales to use m-dev?17:11
micahgthis'll be a learning experience :)17:12
asac_had a reconnect17:13
micahg(11:11:53 AM) micahg: asac: so I should convert tb-locales to use m-dev?17:14
micahg(11:12:05 AM) micahg: this'll be a learning experience :)17:14
micahgbdrung: the debian wiki doesn'17:14
micahgt seem to work17:14
asac_bdrung: does it work easily for multi bin packages?17:14
asac_the wiki page seems to not exist for me17:14
bdrungasac: yes. example: http://paste2.org/p/63937017:16
bdrungasac: the wiki is down17:16
asac_micahg: so i guess you need to replace the current copy unzip etc.17:17
asac_just with install-xpi commands17:17
asac_hmm. wasnt that dh_installxpi ?17:17
asac_guess not17:17
BUGabundo_remote[reed]: asac: mind triaging it : https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=54303717:17
ubottuMozilla bug 543037 in General "OOOP freeze" [Major,Unconfirmed]17:17
micahgasac_: should the name convention remain tb-locale-XX?17:18
asac_BUGabundo_remote: have you chcked for dupes?17:18
asac_micahg: yeah. keep that as it is17:18
BUGabundo_remoteasac I haven't17:18
asac_bdrung: i think its cdbs ... is that just install-xpi in install: ?17:18
BUGabundo_remotemany of this OOOP bugs are new17:19
BUGabundo_remotesome will be dupes17:19
BUGabundo_remotebut its too hard for a common user17:19
micahgbdrung: so, if I use the debhelper, I don't need to include xpi.mk, right17:19
bdrungmicahg: yes (and you can install more than one xpi file). cdbs' xpi.mk supports only one xpi file17:20
micahgbdrung: what the min version of devscripts and debhelper?17:21
asac_most recent i guess ;)17:21
bdrungmicahg: debhelper 7.0.50~ and m-d >= 0.19~17:21
bdrungmicahg: that's all on the wiki ;)17:22
micahgbdrung: that's down ;)17:22
bdrungi know. ==> ;)17:22
bdrungmicahg: workaround: http://people.ubuntu.com/~bdrung/mozilla-devscripts.htm17:24
micahgbdrung: do I need the Recommends, Provides, and Enhances?17:27
micahgor will lintian complain?17:27
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micahgasac: can I install the .xpi as is, or do I still need to do the stuff that's in the install target?17:29
bdrungmicahg: every real extension should have Recommends, Provides, and Enhances, but building won't fail if not17:32
micahgk, I added it to the template17:36
micahgbdrung: can I install the upstream .xpi as is with install-xpi?17:38
bdrungmicahg: yes17:40
micahgasac: should I comment out stuff in the rules file, or can I jsut delete the lines I don't need17:41
asacmicahg: keep the diff.gz etc. of the current revision17:55
asacsomewhere safe17:55
asacthen go ahead and remove stuff17:55
micahgasac: my current revision or the aarchive?17:55
asacyour current revision that you worked on17:55
micahg:), ok17:55
asacwhatever you have right now ... which was good besides the install location17:55
micahgk, it's actually on LP, so we're good17:56
micahgasac: do I need a build target, it's just dh_testdir and touch build-stamp now?17:58
asacyou need the testdir at least i guess17:58
micahgthat's already in the install target17:59
asachmm. not sure. doesnt hurt i guess17:59
micahgasac: should I install target not have anything if I'm doing it all in override_dh_auto_install?18:00
micahgor can I do install-xpi in install?18:01
asaci dont know18:03
asaci thin the overrride thing is debhelper 718:03
asacif you dontr redo everything i would say ignore that18:03
asacadd that xpi-install to the binary-install target or something18:03
sebnermicahg: install is for install files,. auto_install is usually for make install stuff18:06
micahgasac: k, I uploaded a new build, let's see what happens18:12
asactry locally ;)18:13
asaclangpacks should be fast enough to check18:13
* micahg guesses his computer can multi task ;)18:14
* micahg forgot he can do that18:14
asacmicahg: did you multi task your scanner yet ;)?18:15
micahgbuild failed locally, lol18:15
asacmicahg: so i checked. its ok that we dont have any cairo.so18:40
asacits linked statically18:40
asac../../gfx/cairo/cairo/src/libmozcairo.a ../../gfx/cairo/libpixman/src/libmozlibpixman.a   -lXrender -lfreetype -lfontconfig  -L../../modules/zlib/src -lmozz -L/build/buildd/firefox-3.6+nobinonly/build-tree/mozilla/dist/lib -lplds4 -lplc4 -lnspr4 -lpthread -ldl -L/lib -ldbus-glib-1 -ldbus-1 -lpthread -lrt -lgobject-2.0 -lglib-2.0    -lX11  -lXext  -pthread -lpangoft2-1.0 -lpango-1.0 -lfreetype -lfontconfig -lgobject-2.0 -lgmodule-2.0 -lrt -lgl18:40
asacchmod +x libxul.so18:40
asachmm. the -lcairo is a bit odd though18:41
asacdo upstream builds also show libcairo.so on ldd ?18:41
asacbug 40300918:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 403009 in modemmanager "various modemmanager files lack license header" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/40300918:42
micahgyes, yes, I think18:42
asacbug 40994318:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 409943 in modemmanager "modemmanager debian/copyright has LGPL, but upstream source is GPL" [Critical,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/40994318:42
micahg libcairo.so.2 => /usr/lib32/libcairo.so.2 (0xf71d1000)18:42
asachmm. wonder if thats coming from pkg-config --libs gtk+2.018:43
asacpkg-config --libs gtk+-2.018:43
asac-pthread -lgtk-x11-2.0 -lgdk-x11-2.0 -latk-1.0 -lpangoft2-1.0 -lgdk_pixbuf-2.0 -lm -lpangocairo-1.0 -lgio-2.0 -lcairo -lpango-1.0 -lfreetype -lfontconfig -lgobject-2.0 -lgmodule-2.0 -lgthread-2.0 -lrt -lglib-2.018:43
asacseems so18:43
micahgasac: I'm doing something silly and I can't see to get it: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/365324/18:44
asacCURLOCALESMALL=`echo $${CURLOCALE} | sed --posix 'y/ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ/abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz/'` ;18:44
asacthat line needs a \18:44
asacat the end18:44
micahgit has it18:45
asacwithout a whitespace after that \18:45
asacnot in the paste18:45
micahgit's off to the right18:45
asacwhat is the problem?18:45
asac-p thunder18:45
asacusually thats without a whitespace18:46
asacinstall-xpi -p thunderbird-locale-${CURLOCALESMALL} $i18:46
micahgthe vars aren't expanding18:46
asacthat needs double $18:46
asacin both places18:46
asacin make $ gets evaluated right away ... $$ escapes that18:47
micahgah, which is why my test echos were failing18:47
micahgk, so now my test echos work, but the install-xpi line still isn't evaluating18:48
micahgI think I need it under that target18:51
micahgI get crashes18:51
asacof make?18:52
micahgno, of install-xpi18:52
asacinteresting ... do you see the command it runs?18:53
ftaasac, crazy sed.. tr 'A-Z' 'a-z'18:54
micahgasac: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/365334/18:55
asacmicahg: use the tr of fta ;)18:55
asaccheck what is in line 24418:56
asacdo you have Architecture: all for all binary packages?18:56
asacin control?18:56
micahgit's supposed to be binary indep18:57
asaci know18:57
asacbut is that in control?18:57
asacall packages need Architecture: all18:57
micahgyes, Arch: all18:57
asacis there a debian/control at all?18:58
micahg650+ lines ;)18:58
asaci would think that control has syntax errors or the install-xpi command run has bad parameters18:59
asacmost likely the -p parameter doesnt exist in debian/control19:00
micahg-p in control?19:00
asacinstall-xpi -p...19:00
asacthat is the package name19:00
asacif you have en-XX.xpi and dont have a package called ...-en-xx19:00
asacthen it would fail19:00
asacin my book19:00
asacnot sure if it would be this crash19:01
asacbut worht checking19:01
* micahg is checking package name19:01
micahglooks ok19:02
asacwell. simplify it19:02
asactry just one package manually19:02
asacon the command line19:02
asacand see19:02
micahgseems to have worked :(19:03
micahgah, seems to be a path issue19:04
ftaasac, apparently, -l10n as a separate arch all deb is causing issues19:08
asacgreat ;)19:11
micahggot another crash later :(19:11
micahgseems to be a problem with one ofthe xpis19:11
asacfta: you mean for chromium?19:11
micahgah, install.rdf seems to have some whitespace19:12
ftaasac, got several complaints from users about random translations19:13
ftamy best bet is amd64 users upgrading when the i386=all still not ready19:13
ftaso they run the new chromium with the old lang pack19:14
asacthats definitly the case19:15
asacso you can tighten the dependency19:16
asaclike depends chromium-browser (= ${binary:Version} )19:16
asacif there is the likelyhood of mixup19:16
micahgasac: about the white space in the .xpi file, should I edit it manually?19:17
micahgor do I have to have the rules file repackage?19:18
asacmicahg: which .xpi?19:18
asacwhich lang?19:18
micahgfy-NL.xpi has 3 lines of white space19:18
micahgat the top19:18
micahgand m-dev borks19:18
asacyeah. so drop that .xpi for now19:18
asacfile bug in bugzilla about illegal rdf xml19:18
asacand maybe file a bug on m-devscript for bdrung to trim the file (in a best effort)19:19
micahgk, asac, I've gtg though, can I finish this up sat night?19:19
asacyeah. i wont be uploading today anyway, as i will be travelling all day tomorrow19:19
asacso cannot fix bustages like complete /home wipe ;)19:19
micahgasac: k, tty on sunday19:19
asacright. enjoy19:20
asacnot sure yet when i will be online19:20
asacmicahg: i will definitly let you know19:20
ftaasac, iirc, you asked me to remove it a while ago19:20
asacfta: could be. i wouldnt have thought that it is so fragile19:20
asacif thats really the case its really ugly translation mechanism19:20
asacmy demotivation is almost at 120%19:21
asacflying tomorrow :(19:21
asacto US ... with german airports being snow-under19:21
ftaan event?19:32
sebnerasac: are you on the same plane as pitti and mvo? :)19:34
asacand ogra19:35
asacfta: platform sprint ... yes.19:35
asacin portland :(19:35
asacworst place i could have imagined ... no direct flights out of germany etc.19:35
ftaasac, you're lucky, it's not that cold there19:38
fta~10°C, but with rain19:38
sebnerasac: just curious :=)19:40
asacgood to know ;)19:41
asac10°C isnt really make it better19:41
sebnerasac: why portland and not london?19:44
asacthats a bleeding wound ... plesae dont ;)19:45
* sebner hides19:46
ftagoogle-chrome-beta               29261   2.05%     18439    6751    4048      2319:54
ftachromium-browser                 28346   1.98%      4535   17140    6664       719:54
ftajcastro, ^^ sad day19:55
* fta feels like giving up for good19:57
asacdoesnt feel that bad19:58
jcastrofta: people will still want an open version19:58
ftasame thing in debian:19:59
ftagoogle-chrome-beta                3103   3.45%      2183     390     525       519:59
ftagoogle-chrome-unstable            1844   2.05%       885     161     795       319:59
ftachromium-browser                   385   0.43%       165      35     183       219:59
ftaso much for free software fanatics20:00
asacyou take stats too seriously20:01
asacmaybe google just installed chromium-browser-beta everywhere in their datacenter ;) ... who knows20:02
sebnerasac: now, they use IE as we recently read ;)20:10
ftajcastro, i see you're involved in gtg, is it able to do auto-sync between several computers? (without relying on a website)21:04
jcastrofta: yes once the couch backend is fixed up, it will be in the next release21:05
jcastrofta: you just set the couches to sync to your master computer21:06
ftahope it's over ssh21:06
ftayep, makes sense for couches, but it's less practical21:11
bdrungasac: do you have time for a sponsorship?21:26
asacread identi.ca ;)21:27
asaci am paralized atm21:27
asacbdrung: webfav and ubufox? or anything else?21:27
* asac updates his karmic mini921:29
BUGabundoasac: as in phisicaly ?21:29
asacpsychosomatic i guess21:29
bdrungasac: yes, these two21:30
asaci will do that in portland ... need to become sleepy somehow and uploading doesnt help ;)21:30
asacsame for chatting ;)21:30
* asac tunes out21:31
asaccu in 2 days in a different timezone ;)21:31
asacmaybe i will be back in a bit ... you never know ;)21:33
ftaasac, "updates his karmic mini9", usually a bad idea to update just before leaving21:44
BUGabundo" over the course of 2010, we will be phasing out support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 " oopppsss23:48
bdrungBUGabundo: who cares about that? ;)23:53
BUGabundogoogle does23:54
BUGabundothey are emailing accounts admin23:54

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