Fudgehi all03:26
nikolamhi. I think launchpad javascript is somewhat not working right (13.10 64bit, Seamonkey)11:00
nikolamit uses much of CPU time, when (slowly) scrolling page11:01
nikolamor it is something locally, hmm11:02
ktosiekHi! How can I upload a package to a PPA?16:17
ktosiekI'm trying to use "dput ppa:tomasz-kontusz/nix ../nix_1.7_source.changes" but I can't see anything happening after the upload (no build info etc.)16:17
ktosiek(no errors, either)16:18
sorenktosiek: If Launchpad can't identify that you the one who uploaded it, it won't e-mail you.17:36
sorenktosiek: So if the key you used to sign the package isn't registered to your account, you probably won't get any errors back.17:36
sorenktosiek: (or if you didn't sign it at all)17:37
ktosiekso, anyone can upload a package if it's signed by a registered key?17:37
ktosiekit refuses to receive unsigned packages AFAIK17:37
sorenktosiek: Ah, yes, unsigned packages might get rejected straight away. I forgot about that.17:38
sorenktosiek: But yes, anyone can upload as long as its signed by a valid key.17:38
sorenktosiek: Valid, registered key.17:38
cjwatsonUnsigned uploads are discarded without any notification to anyone to avoid this being used to mailbomb people, yes.17:48
sorencjwatson: Don't you get an error back from the ftp server for unsigned uploads?17:52
sorenNope. Just checked.17:53
sorendput will (by default) refuse to upload them, though.17:54
cjwatsonIndeed, you don't because otherwise you could arrange to mailbomb anyone.17:55
ktosiekhow can I get the most launchpad-like build environment? I just got a failing build because of -Werror >_>19:50
cjwatsonhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/SimpleSbuild is pretty close.19:52
ktosiekis it using the same CXXFLAGS etc.?19:55
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cjwatsonktosiek: that's largely up to your package's debian/rules20:09
cjwatsonbut all that sort of thing should indeed match20:10
ktosiekhmm, ok. Can I access the images launchpad uses for build machines?20:10
cjwatsonyes, the sbuild-launchpad-chroot package (new in trusty) automates that20:11
cjwatsonfailing that you can get the URLs from the API, or (not really meant for browsing, so ugly) https://api.launchpad.net/devel/ubuntu/trusty/amd64 etc.20:12
cjwatsonhowever, I don't bother most of the time, the chroots mk-sbuild constructs are generally perfectly adequate20:12
ktosiekoh yes, sbuild-launchpad-chroot is what I needed20:13
ktosiekis it packaged for saucy somewhere?20:14
cjwatsonno idea20:14
cjwatsonhonestly, you should just use mk-sbuild20:14
cjwatsonfor the sort of problem you're describing it will be entirely sufficient20:14
cjwatsonmk-sbuild as described on the SimpleSbuild wiki page, that is20:14
cjwatsonit's a longish page but it's almost all setup, once it's in place it's single-command stuff20:16

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