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lostlambgreetings, I apologise if this is the wrong channel to be asking such a question, but I'm trying to install potent poinsettia or something like that to my alienware laptop.  The issue I'm running into is that it's not detecting my graphics card drivers. cont-03:39
lostlambthis is to be expected, but the screen is locking up after I tell it to use low settings and won't respond to anything save powering the system down.  Is there any way to get into the main OS to grab the drivers online?03:39
lostlambSorry again, I appear to be in the wrong place03:47
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veebersSaviq: When you're online, I'm keen to get this MR merged:https://code.launchpad.net/~veebers/unity8/ap_make_use_of_helpers_in_tests/+merge/19157505:10
veebersoh, there is also this one :-) https://code.launchpad.net/~veebers/unity8/update_ap_tests_ready_for_py3/+merge/19465505:10
MirvSaviq: interestingly unity8 has now built against Qt 5.2 on x86 but still failed on armhf https://launchpad.net/~canonical-qt5-edgers/+archive/qt5-beta2/+sourcepub/3668605/+listing-archive-extra06:48
Mirvcommented that on the bug06:48
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SaviqMirv, hmm, has Qt changed there? like did you pick up changes from the release branch?09:20
tsdgeosSaviq: ping09:22
Saviqtsdgeos, pong09:22
tsdgeosSaviq: the issue we're having in arm09:22
tsdgeosi can repro here09:22
tsdgeosdoesn't seem to handle expcetions nicely09:22
tsdgeoshttp://paste.ubuntu.com/6441838/ makes it crash09:22
tsdgeoson the phone09:22
tsdgeosnot on desktop09:22
MirvSaviq: no changes09:22
Saviqtsdgeos, sounds bad09:23
tsdgeosSaviq: the "good" news is that we're really not using that Time.js anywhere, so we can kill the test+file that is testing since noone is using it and get unity8 to build09:23
tsdgeosSaviq: still i think we should pursue this working09:23
Saviqtsdgeos, +109:23
tsdgeosSaviq: so i wonder if we want to remove the time.js at this stage to unblock the build or not09:23
Saviqtsdgeos, yeah, let's - let's find more fuckups in v409:24
Saviqearlier rather than later09:24
tsdgeoshe he09:24
tsdgeosok, so i'll remove the code altogether, open a bug in qt about it and try to find out who can point me in the correct decision to fix it09:24
tsdgeosSaviq: sounds right?09:24
Saviqtsdgeos, yup09:25
tsdgeosdednick: i remerged https://code.launchpad.net/~aacid/unity8/lvwph_bad_header_position_1245824 can you re-review/re-approve?09:25
tsdgeosMirv: can you confirm exactly which packages we are using in that ppa?09:26
Saviqtsdgeos, can you explain why the other tests passed suddenly? the ones with singleton, I mean?09:27
Saviqtsdgeos, other than "we must've pulled new code"?09:27
tsdgeosthere was a new upstream release that Mirv packaged┬┐?09:27
tsdgeosthat's the only reason i can think of :D09:27
Saviqyeah, but Mirv says there wasn't ;)09:28
tsdgeoslet me apt-get source09:28
Saviqor, he didn't ;)09:28
tsdgeosgah i can't apt-source in the phone since unity8 is not starting i have no interwebs09:28
Mirvtsdgeos: in which way exactly? 5.2 beta1, qtdeclarative did have recently added one of the patches that was pointed out by you09:29
Saviqtsdgeos, nmcli d wifi connect $ssid password $password09:29
SaviqMirv, ah that explains it, yeah :)09:29
Mirvthe qtbug-34617.patch one09:29
mhr3sil2100, while you're on upstream merger, one for lp:unity-scopes-shell too pls :)09:29
didrockssil2100: hey! btw, if we can release that one, please feel free (I can help reviewing/NEWing it if needed)09:30
MirvSaviq: tsdgeos: then other recent changes are new modules like qtsvg qtgraphicaleffects and qtmultimedia added there, but they are not in build-deps of unity809:30
SaviqMirv, no, the patch is the one that fixed unity8 building09:30
sil2100mhr3: will do as well ;) But I need Francis around for that, so later ;p09:30
sil2100didrocks: ok! I made a preliminary packaging review yesterday of unity-scopes-api, I'll poke you a bit later about preNEWing that ;)09:31
MirvSaviq: ah, right.09:31
Saviqtsdgeos, did you look into qtubuntu failing to build in the end? it's failing due to missing setEventDispatcher09:31
didrockssil2100: while you are at it, there is ubuntu-settings-components as well :)09:32
tsdgeosSaviq: is it failing to build?┬┐09:32
tsdgeosSaviq: i didn't know it was failing :D09:32
tsdgeosso no i didn't09:32
didrockssil2100: not sure if seb128 has some time for reviewing/preNEWing them, but that would help in getting you ppu rights ;)09:32
Saviqtsdgeos, https://bugs.launchpad.net/qtubuntu/+bug/124649809:33
seb128didrocks, sil2100: I can help doing reviews09:33
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1246498 in qtubuntu "Fails to build against Qt 5.2 beta1" [High,In progress]09:33
tsdgeosSaviq: Error: NetworkManager is not running. :D (for the nmcli thing)09:33
Saviqtsdgeos, https://launchpad.net/~canonical-qt5-edgers/+archive/qt5-beta2/+sourcepub/3668316/+listing-archive-extra09:33
Saviqtsdgeos, initctl start network-manager I think09:33
Saviqtsdgeos, yeah09:34
mhr3sil2100, k, thx09:34
tsdgeosSaviq: now i need to make it know my network is there, i'll play with nmcli, tx09:34
SaviqMirv, oh, you should put lp:unity-mir to build under Qt 5.209:34
tsdgeosSaviq: ah09:35
tsdgeosSaviq: my branch hasn't been merged, obviously it doesn't build yet09:35
Saviqtsdgeos, ah to qtubuntu?09:36
* Saviq reviews09:36
tsdgeosSaviq: yep09:36
tsdgeosgerry found an issue yesterday09:36
sil2100seb128, didrocks: I'll prepare the packaging for those and poke you guys for preNEW reviews ;)09:36
tsdgeoswas waiting to throw it to him09:36
tsdgeosSaviq: but be my guest :-)09:36
Saviqtsdgeos, like it how you didn't know anything about it, but still fixed it ;D09:36
dednicktsdgeos: done09:37
tsdgeosSaviq: misunderstanding, i did know the "old" qtubuntu didn't build, i thought you were mentioning after my branch had been merged that is impossible because it had not been merged again09:37
tsdgeosbasically my brain broke for a sec09:37
Saviqtsdgeos, no worries :)09:37
tsdgeosSaviq: branch is https://code.launchpad.net/~aacid/qtubuntu/event_dispatcher_52/+merge/194128 fwiw09:37
Saviqtsdgeos, yeah, building now09:38
tsdgeosdednick: i've been pulled to more qml/qtquick brokeness with 5.2, will not be able to have a look at the deleteLater stuff (at least not this morning)09:39
MirvSaviq: ok, I'm adding a recipe for unity-mir also09:40
dednicktsdgeos: ok, no worries.09:40
MirvSaviq: tsdgeos: can you btw attend https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/client-1311-stateofqt5 tomorrow? I believe you might have more wise words to say how's it looking than I do, besides packaging and release schedule09:43
SaviqMirv, I think I've a conflict there, let me ses09:44
tsdgeosi think i said somewhere i'd be attending09:44
Mirvit's currently scheduled to be the first session of Wed, ie 14:00 UTC09:44
tsdgeosthis uds thing is a bit confusing09:44
Saviqtsdgeos, yeah you did http://summit.ubuntu.com/uds-1311/meeting/22090/client-1311-stateofqt5/09:44
* Saviq wanted to go to http://summit.ubuntu.com/uds-1311/meeting/21991/core-1311-cross-compilation/ that's at the same time09:45
SaviqI might leave you to it, tsdgeos09:45
Saviqyou know everything I know there anyway09:45
tsdgeosthere's the desktop thing that i don't know much though09:46
tsdgeoswas sil2100 workking on the appmenu thing? how did it end up?09:46
Saviqtsdgeos, hmm qtubuntu fails to build with your patch here: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/6441942/ ideas?09:49
sil2100It's working, packaged, but requires a Qt5 with small patches09:49
sil2100And, of course, it's dependent on the Qt5 version used09:49
tsdgeossil2100: so we're carrying those patches? or can they be upstreamed?09:50
tsdgeosSaviq: phone or desktop?09:50
Saviqtsdgeos, desktop09:50
sil2100tsdgeos: I'll try to get one of them upstreamed, but I guess the other one 'one-liner' won't be upstreamed so easily09:50
tsdgeossil2100: oki09:51
sil2100tsdgeos: let me share those patches with you later on for comment, before I propose those upstream09:51
tsdgeossil2100: ok!09:51
tsdgeosSaviq: let me rebuild it here09:51
* Saviq needs to charge manta to build armhf09:52
tsdgeosSaviq: now that i re-read the topic of http://summit.ubuntu.com/uds-1311/meeting/22084/unity8-shell-discussion/ is it worth me attend it?09:54
Saviqtsdgeos, prolly not09:54
tsdgeosmight still attend09:55
Saviqtsdgeos, unless you want to learn about apport- maybe, something about sbuild, cross-building09:55
tsdgeosSaviq: https://code.launchpad.net/~aacid/unity8/notime.js/+merge/19573309:55
Saviqnothing you couldn't learn by yourself from a wiki, or by buggin me09:55
tsdgeoshe he09:56
tsdgeosSaviq: that build failure you have is against 5.2 or 5.0 ?09:59
Saviqtsdgeos, 5.209:59
Saviqtsdgeos, 5.0 builds fine10:00
tsdgeosSaviq: any clue what causes stuff like https://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/job/autopilot-testrunner-otto-trusty/753/?#showFailuresLink ?10:00
Saviqtsdgeos, bug #125238610:00
ubot5bug 1252386 in Ubuntu CI Services "otto runner has locked unity7 session from time to time" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/125238610:00
tsdgeosah that one10:00
Saviqtsdgeos, basically slow network...10:02
Saviqtsdgeos, unity-mir, too :/ https://launchpad.net/~canonical-qt5-edgers/+archive/qt5-beta2/+sourcepub/3669443/+listing-archive-extra10:08
Saviqqqmlabstracturlinterceptor.h: No such file or directory10:08
tsdgeosSaviq: ok, writing that one down10:09
nic-doffaymzanetti, if you're looking into this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/unity8/+bug/116925810:25
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1169258 in Ubuntu UX "There is no ListItem implementing the expansion behaviour" [High,In progress]10:25
mzanettinic-doffay: yes, I am10:25
tsdgeosSaviq: qtubuntu builds for me on the phone and on the desktop (on the desktop using my Qt)10:38
tsdgeosSaviq: can you do this10:38
tsdgeosnm -C /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5PlatformSupport.a | grep -i q_configFromGLFormat10:38
tsdgeosassuming you're on 64bits10:38
Saviqtsdgeos, came up empty10:39
tsdgeosthat's kind of bad :D10:39
tsdgeosMirv: can it be that we are not building egl support for the desktop on the 5.2 betas?10:39
Saviqmust be10:39
Mirvtsdgeos: it can. there was a question about it at https://bugs.launchpad.net/qtubuntu/+bug/1215374 where I tinkered it a bit, so it comes down to using -opengl desktop most probably on x8610:43
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1215374 in qtubuntu "qtubuntu fails to build against Qt 5.1.1 on i386/amd64" [High,New]10:43
tsdgeosMirv: hmmm let me see10:46
Cimithere's a grid view 'delegateCreationBegin' and end property, I cannot find where it comes from10:46
Cimiit's not in the docs of gridview10:46
Cimiwho as qt source code handy fora grep?10:46
Cimitsdgeos, ^ ?10:46
tsdgeosCimi: it's in our patches10:47
Cimitsdgeos, which type is that?10:48
Cimitsdgeos, I'd ike to add it to DashRenderer10:48
tsdgeosCimi: qreal10:49
Cimitsdgeos, and what's that?10:54
Cimitsdgeos, for a dummy value for carousel10:55
tsdgeos    Add the possibility of specifying the delegate creation range11:01
tsdgeos    For itemviews that are inside itemviews using the contentY/height of the11:01
tsdgeos    itemview is not a good idea since it means you create all the items at11:01
tsdgeos    once. This adds two new properties that let you specify the11:01
tsdgeos    range where delegate creation should happen11:01
tsdgeosCimi: undefined11:01
mzanettitsdgeos: are .qtt tests still supported?11:06
mzanettiI couldn't find a qtsystemtest repo any more at least11:06
tsdgeosmzanetti: no clue what .qtt is :D11:07
mzanettitsdgeos: pretty much my reaction when om26er asked me11:07
mzanettitsdgeos: http://paste.ubuntu.com/6442222/11:07
mzanettialtough reading through this it somewhat looks like a definition for manual tests11:09
mzanettiom26er: ^11:09
om26ermzanetti, tsdgeos this branch https://code.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-branches/ubuntu/trusty/qtmultimedia-opensource-src-touch/trusty have a lot of those11:09
tsdgeosnever seen one of those :/11:09
Mirvtsdgeos: Saviq: you might be interested also in tonight's http://summit.ubuntu.com/uds-1311/meeting/21986/core-1311-qt5-versions-in-ubuntu/11:29
Mirvie. what to do when Touch + Kubuntu would theoretically need different Qt versions or other delta11:29
Mirvit's at a tough time slot for me, I'm still not 100% sure if I can make it myself11:30
dandraderSaviq, ping11:30
Saviqdandrader, pong11:32
dandraderSaviq, so, how do I solve problems with "quilt push". I was expecting to get something like a failed git cherry-pick or bzr merge but "bzr diff" shows that the tree is unaltered :/11:33
dandraderSaviq, so I should try out and solve the patch issues before adding it to quilt?11:34
Saviqdandrader, quilt push -f11:34
Saviqdandrader, that will drop .rej files11:34
Saviqdandrader, resolve the issues, and then quilt refresh11:34
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Saviqtsdgeos, where do we stand with the egl issue?11:51
tsdgeoswe stand11:52
tsdgeosSaviq: so basically qt 5.2 disable "egl support" if you enable opengl desktop support11:53
tsdgeoswhich given the *very* limited egl support on desktop support kind of makes sense11:53
Saviqtsdgeos, so we need to fix qtubuntu11:53
tsdgeosSaviq: now i can patch 5.2 to build both11:54
tsdgeosand it builds11:54
tsdgeosand qtubuntu builds too11:54
tsdgeosof course it doesn't run11:54
tsdgeosbut it's something that didn'thappen before either11:54
tsdgeosgreyback is working on that11:54
tsdgeosSaviq: we nede egl for mir afaik11:54
greybackit's odd, Qt installs the eglconvenience headers, but doesn't compile the code11:55
greybackhence the missing symbols11:55
greybackon desktop, I just copied the contents of eglconvenience.cpp into qtubuntu to get it to "work"11:55
tsdgeosso not sure where we want to go atm11:55
tsdgeosi can propose my patch to Qt11:55
tsdgeosbut given we can't really proof it's of use to us at the moment is a bit of a problem :D11:56
Saviqand is it really something we want, in the long run...11:56
dandraderSaviq, I'm a bit confused by this branch path: lp:ubuntu/qtdeclarative-opensource-src. What path do I used when pushing my candidate branch? I normally do lp:~dandrader/{project-name}/{my-branch-name}. But that convention doesn't match with this guy...11:58
Saviqdandrader, yeah, that'd be: lp:~dandrader/ubuntu/trusty/qtdeclarative-opensource-src/foo12:00
Saviqdandrader, that means it's a branch directed at ubuntu trusty for project qtdeclarative-opensource-src12:01
Saviqdandrader, 'cause there isn't an "upstream" project for that in launchpad12:01
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Saviq*for source package qtdeclarative-opensource-src12:02
SaviqI should say12:02
dandraderSaviq, ok. made the mp. Should I ping Timo Jyrinki to review it or he will eventually get to it?12:12
Saviqdandrader, ping him to make sure he knows :)12:12
dandradertsdgeos, have you ever cross-compiled qt for arm?12:28
tsdgeosSaviq: about the exceptions thing lars is probably fixed after beta112:30
tsdgeosstill need to compile and test12:30
Saviqtsdgeos, ah awesome12:30
tsdgeosbut it's good news12:30
Saviqtsdgeos, do we have a potential change id to distro patch?12:31
tsdgeosSaviq: can't we just update to rc1 that is going to be released *now-ish* ?12:31
Saviqtsdgeos, sure we can, as soon as *now-ish* is now ;)12:31
tsdgeoshe he12:31
Saviqtsdgeos, didn't know it's just around the corner12:32
tsdgeosno i don't have the change id12:32
Saviqtsdgeos, i.e. unless there's a tarball, there's no real way we can update12:32
tsdgeosSaviq: yeah there's been a few mails to the qt-list saying "sorry we failed to release it again, we promise to do it asap", some integration stuff12:32
tsdgeoslet me re-read it12:32
Saviqtsdgeos, ok12:32
tsdgeos"Unfortunately this all means we cannot release Qt 5.2 RC1 tomorrow. I am hoping we could do it later this week but it can be seen only after we manage to get packages with new content under testing."12:33
tsdgeosthat yes yesterday12:33
Saviqok, so hopefully this week12:33
Saviqseeing as we've UDS now, that's probably fine12:33
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Saviqdandrader, which package in particular would you like to cross-build? I could check what's possible and what's not12:34
dandraderSaviq, qtdeclarative. but that's not a "must have". I was just googling qt cross-compilation yesterday and it seems that they have decent support for it, so it shouldn't be hard12:35
Saviqdandrader, yeah, except... we're multi-arch12:36
Saviqdandrader, which is not the same concept as a cross-build toolchain12:36
dandraderSaviq, but that means also cross-compiling qtbase, qtxmlpatterns and likely something else I forgot12:36
Saviqdandrader, but well, target (for this cycle) is to be able to just go "sbuild --host=armhf" to cross-build packages in a chroot12:37
dandraderSaviq, which makes me wonder how does our build machinery builds all those ubuntu arm packages?12:38
dandraderin a qemu chroot? (slow as hell)12:38
Saviqdandrader, no, we have an armfarm12:39
Saviqdandrader, we've a (two or so) high density Calxeda arm boxes12:40
Saviqdandrader, and we're building natively on them12:40
Saviqdandrader, like 128 nodes in 10 units or so12:40
dandraderah, cool12:42
Saviqdandrader, PPAs generally build virtualized, unless they're switched to nonvirt12:42
Saviqwhich they are for our projects12:42
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greybackanyone else finding ports.ubuntu.com slow these days?13:22
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Saviqyup :)13:59
Saviqdandrader, one caveat: === added file '.pc/fix_qtbug_32004.patch/.timestamp'13:59
Saviqdandrader, should not add that file13:59
dandraderdandrader, why? I noticed that this .pc is already full of stuff so I just added whatever quilt puts there14:01
dandraderSaviq, I actually don't know why do we have (or need) this .pc in the first place...14:02
Saviqdandrader, it's quilt's internals14:02
Saviqdandrader, id needs it for refreshing the patches etc.14:02
Saviqdandrader, OTOH you could just pop all the patches and let it handle them build-time14:03
Saviqdandrader, I've seen other packaging doing that, the difference is obviously that when you look through the code when branched, it's already applied in the branch, not only when you quilt push -a14:04
Saviqdandrader, I don't know if there's a guideline for/against either14:04
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nic-doffaySaviq, mind taking a look at this? https://code.launchpad.net/~nicolas-doffay/unity8/category-transition-speed-fix/+merge/19520314:46
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Saviqnic-doffay, not today, full-uds mode here14:47
nic-doffaySaviq, cool np14:48
nic-doffaytsdgeos, merged trunk so this should be good now: https://code.launchpad.net/~nicolas-doffay/unity8/search-history-persist/+merge/19393514:48
Ciminic-doffay, Saviq I can have a look later maybe14:48
nic-doffaytsdgeos, if you wouldn't mind taking a look at this too https://code.launchpad.net/~nicolas-doffay/unity8/home-scope-app-search-fix/+merge/195791 it's a little related.14:49
nic-doffayCimi, or maybe you if you're free for a review? ^14:49
SaviqCimi, sure, if you do - make sure both of the cases I mentioned in the comment there are solved14:49
Ciminic-doffay, I want to follow some sessions14:49
Cimibut bot as busy as Saviq14:49
tsdgeosnic-doffay: https://code.launchpad.net/~nicolas-doffay/unity8/search-history-persist/+merge/193935 looks good, let's wait for CI to approve and i'll top approve14:50
tsdgeoshttps://code.launchpad.net/~nicolas-doffay/unity8/home-scope-app-search-fix/+merge/195791 not sure it's correct as Saviq says14:51
nic-doffaytsdgeos, cool14:51
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nic-doffaytsdgeos, I tried searching for apps and it appeared to work. I'm unsure if it's the correct approach though.14:52
Saviqnic-doffay, not on the phone you didn't14:52
nic-doffaySaviq, I didn't I assumed search for apps on the desktop would be enough?14:53
Saviqnic-doffay, it's not14:53
nic-doffaySaviq, right then. I'll get back to you about this after UDS.14:53
Saviqnic-doffay, it's not a bug we can solve, really14:53
Saviqnic-doffay, there's no scope backend doing that on the phone yet14:54
nic-doffaySaviq, add it to the task list? Or is it more complicated than that?14:54
Saviqnic-doffay, not us - we need a backend service to do that14:54
nic-doffaySaviq, k.14:55
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Saviqmzanetti, greyback either of you going to "Responsive design"?16:02
greybackSaviq: dinner just been laid out, but will try16:03
Saviqgreyback, no worries, enjoy16:04
tsdgeosSaviq: fwiw https://codereview.qt-project.org/#change,71717 and https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-3494916:06
mzanettiSaviq: Im there16:07
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tsdgeosSaviq: Mirv: do we have a ticket for the unity-mir building problem shown at https://launchpadlibrarian.net/156909072/buildlog_ubuntu-trusty-amd64.unity-mir_1%3A0.1%2B14.04.20131028-0%2B201311190950~143~ubuntu14.04.1_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz ?16:30
Saviqtsdgeos, https://bugs.launchpad.net/unity-mir/+bug/124649816:30
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1246498 in qtubuntu "Fails to build against Qt 5.2 beta1" [High,In progress]16:30
Saviqtsdgeos, I just hijacked the same bug16:31
Mirvaha, thanks Saviq16:31
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tsdgeosMirv: Saviq: https://bugs.launchpad.net/qtubuntu/+bug/1246498/comments/216:34
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1246498 in qtubuntu "Fails to build against Qt 5.2 beta1" [High,In progress]16:34
Saviqtsdgeos, so it's effectively moved to private?16:35
tsdgeosSaviq: it was private, moved to public and moved back during the cycle16:36
tsdgeosSaviq: we never were using it16:36
tsdgeosit's just that something was borked in the QtQml mega-header16:36
tsdgeoswhich we should not be using anyway16:36
Saviqtsdgeos, ah ok16:36
* tsdgeos kills the use of the QtQml header16:36
kgunntsdgeos: sounds like that was an enjoyable killing16:37
Mirvtsdgeos: ok, the patch does not apply directly on top of qtdeclarative when added to the series file (two failures, probably small ones). then again rc1 should be out this week still (should have been today but was postponed)16:38
tsdgeosMirv: yep, ignore it then16:38
tsdgeosSaviq: greyback: https://code.launchpad.net/~aacid/unity-mir/nomegaheader/+merge/19582316:45
Saviqtsdgeos, there's probably more places where that needs to happen?16:46
tsdgeosnot in unity-mir16:47
tsdgeosi'll grep the rest of my checkouts16:47
tsdgeosbut afair i did some of this cleanups a while ago16:48
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tsdgeosSaviq: actually there's a few more, i'll create a few more merges16:55
nic-doffaytsdgeos, any idea if jenkins is slower than usual atm?16:55
tsdgeosnic-doffay: no, but i was wondering the same16:55
Saviqnic-doffay, queued up probably, yes16:55
nic-doffaySaviq, I'm assuming there's still some backlog?16:56
Saviqnic-doffay, yeah, and not all devices are back up yet16:56
Saviqthere's only one x86 test runner http://s-jenkins.ubuntu-ci:8080/job/autopilot-testrunner-otto-trusty/16:57
tsdgeosSaviq: another one https://code.launchpad.net/~aacid/unity8/noQtQmlHeader/+merge/19582517:02
Saviqtsdgeos, and why not QQmlExtensionPlugin as in unity-mir?17:12
tsdgeosdifferent needs17:12
tsdgeosdifferent uses17:12
tsdgeosQtQml is include *.h17:12
Saviqtsdgeos, ok17:12
Saviqtsdgeos, unity8 did compile though, so maybe <QtQml> != <QtQml/QtQml>?17:13
tsdgeosSaviq: that's a good question, but afaics no, they're the same header17:14
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tsdgeosi.e. in /usr/include/qt5 there's a single QtQml file17:14
tsdgeosand two folders17:14
tsdgeosso it can only be that file17:14
Saviqtsdgeos, wonder why unity8 did compile and unity-mir didn't17:15
tsdgeosyeah :-(17:15
tsdgeosstill this is more optimal17:15
tsdgeosgives us faster compiling17:15
tsdgeosincluding QtQml includes all of QtCore all of QtNetwork and all of QtQml17:15
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MirvSaviq: if you didn't yet, you may want to check the list of topics in today's Qt session like the qreal == double, use of private headers17:26
* sil2100 has no other way than using private headers17:28
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Mirvsil2100: private headers that are needed by other modules are "fine", eg. I believe qtbase5-private-dev will still be there.17:30
SaviqMirv, yeah, will do17:48
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om26erCan I run qmltestrunner directly on the phone ?18:20
om26ermzanetti, ^18:20
om26erthere are integration tests on for QtMultmedia that I would like to run on the phone but I get:18:20
om26erQUbuntu: Could not create application instance18:20
om26erAborted (core dumped)18:20
mzanettiom26er: yes, you can18:33
om26ermzanetti, I get that error. it works fine with SF18:34
mzanettiom26er: you need to pass --desktop_file_hint=... tho18:34
om26ermzanetti, for anything random ?18:34
mzanettigreyback: do you think we could allow running stuff withouth it and just group them as "unknown application" or something?18:35
mzanettigreyback: having to pass that uber long argument to *everything* is quite annoying indeed18:35
greybackmzanetti: would be do-able, but I was told to be strict and not allow that18:37
mzanettimhm... too bad18:37
mzanettithis is really annoying for running tests and doing app development18:37
greybackmzanetti: +1 on needing some app launch that's better than --desktop_file_hint=...18:38
om26ermzanetti, greyback for this specific case tests are run through a python script so we can't really give that cmd arguments. and I would really not want to change the QtMultimedia and just run its tests directly.18:40
mzanettiyeah... I agree18:41
mzanettigreyback: who told you to be super strict18:41
greybackmzanetti: mostly Saviq18:41
mzanettiom26er: I'll have a chat with him to see if we can relax that policy a bit18:42
om26ermzanetti, ack, thanks18:42
sil2100Saviq: ping19:15
Saviqsil2100, pong19:15
sil2100Saviq: can you join the Qt session?19:15
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