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penghuanhi, i'm running unity8-desktop-session-mir on ubuntu 14.10, where can i get the log for unity8?07:11
Saviqpenghuan, ~/.cache/upstart/unity8.log08:19
liuxgdoes anyone know why I got "terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::length_error'" when i try to a http request using "request->execute(08:20
liuxg                    bind(&Client::progress_report, this, placeholders::_1))"??08:20
liuxgI am actually following the SDK scope template. In the past, the same code did not have the problem.08:20
liuxgmy code is at bzr branch lp:~liu-xiao-guo/debiantrial/chinaweatherbad08:21
penghuanSaviq, thanks!08:22
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seb128bah, unity-dash segfault on current rtm09:46
Saviqseb128, got .crash?10:56
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seb128Saviq, yeah, got that12:36
seb128it worked for once!12:36
seb128    msg=0xb3ff902c "UbuntuClientIntegration: connection to Mir server failed. Check that a Mir server is\nrunning, and the correct socket is being used and is accessible. The shell may have\nrejected the incoming connectio"...)12:37
seb128that happened after click "back" on the nearby lens, which was taking time to exit, while it was not done yet poping from that one I right edge swiped12:38
seb128not easily triggerable using those steps though12:42
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Saviqseb128, iiinteresting, wonder what that message actually means (could it time out, too)12:51
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mzanettidoes screen backlight control still work for you guys in vivid?13:39
mzanettidesktop, that is13:39
mzanettiboth, screen and kbd backlight control are gone for me13:40
mterrymzanetti, doesn't work as well no13:46
mterrymzanetti, no notifications but I think I notice some dimming happening13:46
mzanettino dimming here13:47
mzanettimakes me blind at night13:47
mterrymzanetti, oh btw, so what's my best solution to the tag nonsense from yesterday?  Fix the script?13:47
mzanettiand no keyboard backlight. given I'm already blinded by the scree I then fail to find keys :D13:47
mzanettimterry: yeah, fixing the script would be way to go I guess13:47
mterrymzanetti, Saviq: and we ultimately want to drop any tag with a question mark (any bad tag)?13:48
Saviqmterry, yeah, if possible13:48
mzanettimterry: hmm... not necessarily... there are situations where valid tags have question marks13:49
mzanettialthough not sure if one runs the script in those situations13:49
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mterrySaviq, mzanetti: OK, how about http://paste.ubuntu.com/8987706/ ?  It deletes any bad tag, and avoids the hardcoded list14:13
Saviqmterry, sounds like something I wanted to do soon, too ;)14:14
mzanettilooks reasonable14:14
Saviqmterry, it looks much slower though?14:15
mterrySaviq, it's slower yes, but takes a second or two on my machine if doing nothing14:18
Saviqmterry, I mean on remote branches14:18
mterrySaviq, oh goodness I bet that is slower14:18
Saviqmterry, it took like 15s to do it on lp:unity814:18
mterrySaviq, I tend to run locally14:18
Saviqmterry, but that doesn't help14:18
Saviqmterry, once you pushed14:18
Saviqmterry, you can't push a tag deletion14:18
Saviqmterry, you need to delete it remotely14:18
mterrySaviq, well ok this is slower then.  But it seems to be doing the minimum necessary...14:18
mterryAt least I don't know enough about bzrlib to know a more optimal way14:18
Saviqmterry, yeah, I wonder if you can do something to cache it or something...14:18
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Saviqmterry, if you care, try and see what you can improve on the script, I'll try later as well14:21
mterrySaviq, or maybe just use this logic to expand the hardcoded list14:21
mterry"caching the hard way"14:22
Saviqmterry, it's a per-branch thing, not sure what can we do there, your approach seems the most flexible and future-proof, I just wonder if it can be made quicker14:22
Saviqespecially as I like to run it on all the MP'd branches from time to time14:22
mterrySaviq, do we know a bzrlib expert?14:22
Saviqmterry, wgrant comes to mind14:23
Saviqat least he could point to someone else hopefully14:23
mterrySaviq, asked in #ubuntu-devel14:24
greyback_Mirv: what are "qtbase-abi-5-3-0" and "qtdeclarative-abi-5-3-0" ?14:29
dandraderdednick, ping14:34
dednickdandrader: hey14:34
Mirvgreyback_: they are imaginary packages provided by libqt5core5a 5.3.0 and libqt5qml5 5.3.0 that get added as dependencies to a package automatically if the package uses private headers/symbols from anywhere qtbase/qtdeclarative. thus they reforce rebuilding all such packages (as included in my Qt landings) when Qt version is updated14:34
Mirvgreyback_: so the vivid's Qt 5.3.2 packages provide qtbase-abi-5-3-2 and qtdeclarative-abi-5-3-2 accordingly14:35
Mirvoptimally as little packages as humanly possible depends on them / uses private headers14:36
Mirvso I hope eg. webbrowser-app will get rid of those14:36
greyback_Mirv: I'm not sure what imaginary packages are - there are no such packages in the repo though14:37
dandraderdednick, that fixed it http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~unity-team/unity8/shellRotation/revision/144514:37
dandraderdednick, do you see any potential problems with it14:37
dandraderdednick, it's the same approach used for the Launcher14:37
greyback_Mirv: my problem is we've a PPA (unity-team/demo-stuff) and installing anything we built recently fails like "qtubuntu-android : Depends: qtbase-abi-5-3-0 but it is not installable"14:37
Saviqgreyback_, rebuild it14:38
greyback_Mirv: what do you suggest we try?14:38
greyback_dandrader: ^ you heard the man14:38
Saviqgreyback_, you need to rebuild against -5-3-2 that got released into vivid now14:38
dednickdandrader: yeah, i had in one of my initial branches. dont think there were any troubles. as long as it doesnt break anything else, i dont see any prob.14:38
greyback_Saviq: "apt-cache search qtbase" doesn't list it though14:39
Saviqgreyback_, because it's virtual14:39
greyback_is that because it's imaginary?14:39
Saviqgreyback_, yes14:39
dandradergreyback_, ok, I will trigger a rebuild of all the stuff in the PPA then...14:40
Saviq⟫ apt-cache show libqt5core5a | grep -i Provides14:40
SaviqProvides: qtbase-abi-5-3-214:40
Saviqgreyback_, ↑14:40
greyback_Saviq: yep14:41
greyback_just not obvious to me14:41
Saviqgreyback_, that's because when we link to private bits, we need more than just "version 5" as there's no ABI guarantees14:42
greyback_Saviq: sure, I understand why. I just find it hard to detect when packages are virtual14:43
Saviqgreyback_, and well, yeah, `apt-cache search qtbase-abi-5-3-2` will return the correct package14:43
Saviqgreyback_, you were just searching for one that wasn't there any more14:43
Saviqgreyback_, -5-3-0 vs. -5-3-214:44
greyback_no I see that. But I didn't notice that "apt-cache search qtbase" actually returned libqtcore5a14:44
greyback_so my bad14:44
Saviqnow you know :)14:44
Mirvgreyback_: that's why they are imaginary :) ie. they are "packages" that are "Provides:" from the real packages14:45
Mirvgreyback_: you need to rebuild qtubuntu14:45
Mirvgreyback_: if it's vivid and it was built before Qt 5.3.2 landed finally yesterday to release pocket14:46
greyback_Mirv: yep all clear now. Rebuild being done14:46
MirvI see, Saviq explained it14:46
SaviqMirv, btw, where do those come from when building? is it some hook to dh_shlibs?14:47
Saviqor in .symbols in fact?14:47
Saviqcouldn't this be solved via .symbols?14:48
MirvSaviq: it's black magic. yes, dh_shlibdeps/dpkg-shlibdeps using /var/lib/dpkg/info/*.symbols14:49
MirvSaviq: so this is defined in the symbols of qtbase + qtdeclarative - private symbols are marked as such, and they give the dependency14:49
Mirvit gets even more complicated with rsalveti's true black magic of the gles twin packages on x86. I manage to mess it up a bit every time despite practice.14:50
Mirvso certain GLES symbols are specially marked as depending on normal libs on non-x86, and the twin packages instead on x8614:52
Mirvhurray whenever Qt gets runtime switching between GL and GLES14:53
Saviqindeed :)14:54
mzanettimterry: https://code.launchpad.net/~mterry/unity8/we-are-at-least-beta/+merge/241615/comments/59472815:07
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Saviqmzanetti, that doesn't matter15:08
mterrymzanetti, haha..  hrm15:08
mzanettiSaviq: yeah, I know... but we should not use the script on trunk if that's what it does now15:08
mterrymzanetti, you said you didn't want tags!  :)15:08
mterrymzanetti, let me test latest version of script15:09
Saviqmterry, already ran it on trunk ;)15:09
Saviqand is fine15:09
mzanettihmm ok :)15:10
mterrymzanetti, OK I think I updated tags on that branch correctly, using a merge from trunk15:10
mterrymzanetti, I was using that branch as a guinea pig.  I could imagine one of my interim scripts borked it15:10
mzanettimterry: no worries... I just wanted to raise it, in case the script really destroys it15:10
mzanettimterry: approved15:13
mterrymzanetti, w00t!  we're out of alpha!  :)15:14
mzanettimterry: after all we're 8.01 already15:15
mzanettifirst bugfix release after stable :D15:15
mzanettiwhich I guess is true for the phone15:15
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* vila_ is vila from a laptop setup for testing16:46
vila_swift list --debug hangs16:46
vila_meh, damn xchat, wrong channel, sorry for the noise >-}16:47
Saviqlp:~mzanetti/unity8/performanceoverlay: would delete 7.85+14.10.20140428.2-0ubuntu116:48
Saviqlp:~mterry/unity8/greeter-profiles: would delete 0.1.1616:48
mzanettithe new script?16:49
mzanettior something I should fix in the branch?16:49
mterrymzanetti, I think just tags that the new script caught16:50
Saviqmzanetti, I'm just uploading the new script16:53
Saviqmzanetti, http://people.canonical.com/~msawicz/unity8/strip-tags.py16:54
mzanettiSaviq: so I should delete that tag?16:54
Saviqmzanetti, it's an invalid tag on your branch, so yeah16:54
mzanettiI wonder how that came in though, it's not something we got from uity716:55
Saviqom26er, can you please run ↑ on lp:~om26er/unity8/show_password_on_label_tap, and any local unity8 checkouts you have (just pass the different branches as arguments)16:55
Saviqom26er, note you need to run the script on them all, pushing won't help to delete tags16:56
Saviq@unity ↑ new strip-tags.py script, one that works for any branch (not unity8-specific any more, thanks mterry!)17:01
CimiSaviq, what you mean not unity8 specific?17:02
SaviqCimi, you can use it for any random branch to clean invalid tags from it17:02
CimiSaviq, how do we know when tags are valid/not?17:03
SaviqCimi, the invalid ones don't relate to a revision17:03
CimiSaviq, moving this to CI?17:04
SaviqCimi, not a good place for it, no17:04
Saviqwe've had this discussion and have some ideas17:04
Cimiyeah, doing it manually for every single branch is not ideal too...17:05
CimiSaviq, maybe just having CI checking for tags17:05
SaviqCimi, that's the thing, you don't need to do it manually, we should be able to not do it at all once all of us get cleaned up17:05
Cimiit does not have to remove them, just complain17:05
SaviqCimi, basically, don't worry, I'll tell you17:05
Cimii like that :P17:05
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josharensonso since gdm doesn't work in 15.04, and lightdm has never worked for me, does anyone have any ideas? My login screen is just black now...21:35
zbenjaminjosharenson: kdm?22:17
* zbenjamin runs22:17
zbenjaminjosharenson: there is also XDM, Slim,lxdm22:21
zbenjaminjosharenson: ssdm also sounds interesting, its using Qt/QML22:21
josharensonzbenjamin, ill try another dm22:22
zbenjaminjosharenson: you sure that this is not a xserver config/driver problem22:32
josharensonI can get a desktop to show if I run startx (Xorg was already running), however unity doesn't start when I do this22:34
zbenjaminmeh :/22:35

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