DanaGargh, how do you report bugs in packages on ubuntu-mozilla-daily?02:47
DanaGApport refuses to make reports.02:47
micahgDanaG: sorry, I haven't fixed the hook yet02:48
micahgDanaG: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-mozilla-ppa-bugs/+filebug02:48
* micahg will add to /topic02:49
DanaGI switched to direct mozilla builds of 3.1, because last time I checked, the last 3.1 build was last year.02:50
micahgWelcome to the Ubuntu Mozilla Team: |  Mailing List: http://is.gd/83fnr | Firefox 3.6.8 in Hardy-Maverick | Thunderbird 3.1 Coming Soon to Maverick/PPA | Firefox 4.0 Beta PPA coming Mid August | Report Mozilla PPA bugs here: http://is.gd/dPMLv | Help test Mozilla prerelease updates http://is.gd/dsudW | Next Meeting: TBD02:50
micahgDanaG: it'll be updated this weekend02:50
DanaGWill that include lightning and gdata-provider?02:50
micahgDanaG: I fixed it, I just haven't committed the fixes02:50
micahgDanaG: no, that's another project :002:50
micahgDanaG: I'll get to lightning hopefully before beta 102:51
* DanaG curses Mozilla for not releasing 64-bit builds.02:51
micahgDanaG: there should be a contrib build for it02:51
DanaGMozilla certainly doesn't help the case of needing 64-bit Flash, when they don't build 64-bit themselves.02:51
micahgDanaG: http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/calendar/lightning/releases/1.0b2/contrib/linux-x86_64/02:51
DanaGOr rather, for Windows, I mean.  Same for Silverlight.02:51
DanaGFor now, I'm using 32-bit Mozilla builds in /opt/thunderbird.02:52
micahgDanaG: they will start providing 64 bit builds soon02:52
micahgDanaG: I hope once we get the firefox-all-in-one and thunderbird trunk builds going, we'll be able to stay ahead of the curve in providing builds when released even betas :)02:53
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DanaGGreat, I did "bt full" on Firefox crash, and it's up to 16 thousand lines.03:04
DanaG20 thousand now.03:04
micahgDanaG: that's insane03:04
DanaGMust be a corrupt stack, or something.03:04
DanaGIt's looping through the same function zillions of times.03:05
micahgDanaG: maybe try in a clean profile?03:05
micahgoh, maybe that's the bug then03:05
DanaGSay, will bt full have my passwords?03:06
DanaGEh, too late now:03:06
DanaGSIGKILL'd it at 20 lines.03:06
micahgDanaG: idk, you can mark private in the bug I was going to say03:06
micahgDanaG: it can03:07
DanaGer, maybe that was too early.03:07
DanaGAnyway, I'm not seeing my password there.03:07
DanaGthat's 612 lines in program... far more in the pastebin.03:08
DanaGAnd it only started doing that after I sigkilled Firefox when it hung when trying to auto-password.03:10
DanaGIn fact, any text area seems to trigger it.03:10
DanaGNo, wait...03:10
DanaGMaybe only passworded ones do.03:11
micahgDanaG: looks like bug 568460 regressed03:14
ubot2Launchpad bug 568460 in magentoerpconnect "first and last name twice in OpenERP's partner (affects: 1) (heat: 2)" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56846003:14
micahgoops mozilla 56846003:14
ubot2Mozilla bug 568460 in HTML: Parser "[HTML5] Crash [@ SelectorMatches ]" [Critical,Resolved: fixed] http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=56846003:14
micahgbut it's a different cause03:14
DanaGArgh, stupid non-clickable Flash.03:19
micahgDanaG: I'll try to patch nspluginwrapper soon03:20
* micahg has too many things that need to be done :)03:20
* micahg will be back soon03:20
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mahfouzare you guys also having crashes with the chromium daily build?10:14
mahfouze,g, when I change the wireless connection10:19
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asacchrisccoulson: how is the symbol sync going?11:23
chrisccoulsonasac - my account is created, but i can't sign in yet, so I'm trying to get that sorted11:24
chrisccoulsonin the meantime, I'm currently working on a bot to automate uploading the symbols11:24
chrisccoulsonoh, gwibber is not using desktopcouch anymore?11:28
chrisccoulsonprobably a good thing, seeing as it always just crashes anyway ;)11:29
* asac goes upgrade gwibber11:29
chrisccoulsoni haven't upgraded yet, i just had a quick scan down maverick-changes11:29
chrisccoulsonbut i might upgrade in a minute11:30
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asachmm no upgrade for me ;)11:32
asacguess its not done building/publishing11:32
chrisccoulsonasac - heh, and for once, it's not my fault that it's taking ages to build ;)11:51
ftawho should i ping for an answer?? (/wrt bug 610570)12:01
ubot2Launchpad bug 610570 in python-pysnmp4 (Ubuntu Lucid) (and 1 other project) "python deprecation warnings for md5 and sha (affects: 1) (heat: 10)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/61057012:01
fta..as CCing the sru team didn't do any good12:02
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asacchrisccoulson: did you ever get the baidu engine thing deployed?12:20
chrisccoulsonasac - yeah, it's done12:20
asactogether with new ubufox it actually might work12:21
asac(like what you SRUed)12:21
asacthe homepage that is12:21
asacok /me out to get cigarettes and some lunch12:21
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gnomefreakdont mind me im thinking13:26
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micahgfta: you have to upload to -proposed re bug 61057014:21
ubot2Launchpad bug 610570 in python-pysnmp4 (Ubuntu Lucid) (and 1 other project) "python deprecation warnings for md5 and sha (affects: 1) (heat: 10)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/61057014:21
micahgfta: they review in queue now14:21
* eagles0513875 waves to micahg14:23
gnomefreakhi micahg14:24
micahghi eagles0513875 gnomefreak14:27
gnomefreakbe back in a few, i need to release some frustration real fast14:28
* gnomefreak doesnt want to go to bank14:38
* chrisccoulson is starting to find python bareable15:30
ftame too, but also find it slow15:36
ftai still have a hard time with line splitting15:36
micahgfta: did you see my message above?15:36
ftamicahg, yep, thanks15:37
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fta3 builders per arch, that's a joke, right?21:47
micahgfta: they probably got hijacked for an internal purpose for  a little bit, don't worry about i386 as bigjools scored down the python rebuild21:48
micahgchrisccoulson: I just realized that we might end up with out of date firefox builds on teh alpha 3 CD if the gcc issue isn't fixed by Tuesday21:50
ftathere's 2d+ queue21:50
micahgfta: yeah, most of that is the python revuild21:50
chrisccoulsonmicahg - i wouldn't worry about it too much, they will be up to date on i386 and amd64. we can't do much until the arm guys figure out what's wrong ;)21:51
micahgchrisccoulson: it seems like they did figure it out, I just hope they can get a fix in by Tuesday :)21:52
micahgchrisccoulson: BTW, do you know of an easy fix for this: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/52692638/buildlog_ubuntu-maverick-i386.gnome-chemistry-utils_0.12.1-1_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz21:53
micahgseems like the .la files were dropped in the latest gtk+2.0 upload21:53
chrisccoulsonmicahg - i've seen similar errors. i'll have a look at it if i get a chance, but i really want to get the bot to push our crash symbols to mozilla working first21:55
micahgchrisccoulson: that's fine, I can dig into this, just wondering if you knew offhand a fix21:55
micahgchrisccoulson: in fact, assuming it builds on no arches properly, I'll just leave it until I get some other stuff updated (TB 3.1, weave), the old release works ok21:57
micahgthe only reason I uploaded it is that I tested before with GTK 2.21.2 which worked, 2.21.5 broke21:57
chrisccoulsoncool. how is TB3.1 coming along?21:58
micahgchrisccoulson: it builds fine now, I just need to commit the appropriate patches and push to daily21:59
micahgchrisccoulson: I plan on uploading to maverick after alpha 3 is released21:59
chrisccoulsonsounds good :)21:59
micahgchrisccoulson: do we want to keep building 3.0 dailies after 3.1 is in maverick?22:00
chrisccoulsonwe probably want to keep them if we are still supporting 3.0 on lucid22:00
chrisccoulsonbut if we plan on migrating lucid to 3.1 soon, then there's not much point in supporting 3.0 on the dailies22:01
micahgchrisccoulson: also, I wanted to ask you about renaming the various daily builds to firefox, firefox-next, firefox-trunk, and the same with thunderbird, thunderbird, thunderbird-next, thunderbird-trunk, and maybe a -old if necessary22:01
micahgchrisccoulson: well, looks like they want to push the major update after 3.1.2 is released, so early september22:02
chrisccoulsonas opposed to having the version numbers in the package names?22:02
micahgchrisccoulson: yeah, then we don't have to migrate the branches every version bump22:02
chrisccoulsonyeah, that makes sense. i was thinking about the same thing the other day, although i arrived at a slightly different solution22:03
micahgchrisccoulson: we just merge teh changes to the next branch down when it's ready22:03
chrisccoulson(to auto-generate the versioned packaging files at build time from debian/rules, but your way might make more sense)22:03
micahgchrisccoulson: then we can build the beta PPA from the -next branch and record what's released for it22:03
micahg.head will be released to archive22:04
micahgand -trunk would never get released except to daily PPA22:04
chrisccoulsonyeah, it seems like a good idea22:04
micahgright now -next and -trunk are the same, they'll branch around 4.0 beta 522:04
chrisccoulsonso, -trunk will always be based on mozilla-central?22:05
micahgchrisccoulson: but that's next weekend :)22:05
micahgchrisccoulson: yes22:05
chrisccoulsonand -next will be based on mozilla-2.0?22:05
micahgchrisccoulson: well, whatever is appropriate at the time22:05
chrisccoulsonthat seems like a sensible idea22:05
micahgATM, that's m-central as well22:05
micahgBTW, it hit me a couple days ago, the yasm issue might have to do with the performance increase that was noticed on Fedora a few months ago22:06
chrisccoulsonit would be nice to arrive at a point where the packaging is fairly common across all of our supported branches22:06
micahgchrisccoulson: yeah, we can't try to clean that up next cycle :)22:07
* micahg just wants to make sure we get to everything on the list for this cycle, this cycle :)22:08
micahgchrisccoulson: if there's any time left, I'll start the port to xul20 in teh transition PPA22:08
chrisccoulsonyeah, we'll be starting that when things settle down in maverick anyway :)22:09
micahgI'd like to FF4/xul20 uploaded to N right after it opends22:09
chrisccoulsoni was thinking about starting a wiki page with porting guidelines22:09
micahgso we have the whole cycle to fix issues22:09
micahgchrisccoulson: +1 :), I could use a few pointers :)22:09
chrisccoulsonyeah, i'm finding issues with an extension i wrote at the sprint last week ;)22:10
chrisccoulsontrying to get it to work in FF4.0 is a pain22:10
micahgchrisccoulson: well, the way extensions worked was changed in 4.022:10
chrisccoulsonyeah, the component registration has changed, which i've got working22:11
chrisccoulsonbut other interfaces have gone away too22:11
chrisccoulsonlike nsIExtensionManager, which bindwood relies on22:11
micahgI still don't understand how extensions work per se, I guess I"ll get into that eventually22:11
micahgchrisccoulson: that's why they jumped to xul2022:11
chrisccoulsonwe're going to have a lot of fun ;)22:12
micahgto say NOTICE: everything will break :)22:12
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micahgchrisccoulson: sparc is so broken, gnome-chemistry-utils built on it :)23:20
chrisccoulsonmicahg - heh, nice ;)23:26

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