MegaManSecinfinity: ubuntu/debian made specific patches, though.01:50
MegaManSechttp://git.net/debian-glibc/txt5w0qWtefJS.txt This was never in the original glibc, or eglibc code.01:51
MegaManSecwell, I don't think it was in eglibc. Atleast, it's not still in the eglibc code.01:52
MegaManSecZz.. It is.. I don't know why I had the idea that it wasn't in the stock eglibc code.. http://www.eglibc.org/cgi-bin/viewvc.cgi/trunk/libc/resolv/res_libc.c?r1=8608&r2=9102&pathrev=9102 Apologies. -- Anyways, the issue at hand is eglibc specific, which seems to only concern Debian/Ubuntu. However, development for eglibc is dead, and the bug is still present in the latest LTS distro.02:04
MegaManSec(the bug I'm referencing is https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/glibc/+bug/1432378). I think a quick fix would be to move the `static time_t last_mtime` into the res_state resp, and then set last_mtime inside the res_init(). Or, just change undo the patch.02:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1432378 in glibc (Ubuntu) "libresolv res_init() does not correctly inititalize internals " [Undecided,Confirmed]02:10
octoquadHi. I'm trying to split the syncevolution package to provide a sync-evolution-provider-goa package (see https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/syncevolution/+bug/1406200). The end result works, but I'm struggling to create a debdiff for it, could some one assist me with this? I assume I'm missing one vital step as the debdiff only generates the changelog entry for the new version, no patch information is in it. Thanks07:11
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1406200 in Ubuntu GNOME "Add support for GOA in Syncevolution to make it work with Ubuntu-Gnome (Vivid)" [Medium,In progress]07:11
Noskcajoctoquad, If you're diffing the .dsc, it should show the patch too08:02
octoquadThanks Noskcaj, I only see the dch -i entry in the diff. I'm not sure if I was suppose to use quilt or edit-patch prior to dch -i. I couldn't find any documentation on this procedure either.08:23
NoskcajWhat other changes are you doing?08:24
octoquadAll i'm doing is creating a in new package in debian/control based of an existing entry (UOA), then creating a new .install file to provide the .so. That's the only thing I'm doing.08:37
NoskcajIf the files exist, they should appear in the debdiff08:41
NoskcajHave you ran debuild since doing the changes?08:41
octoquadyes, using debuild -S08:44
octoquadLet me try again, and I'll share the steps I used on pastebin.08:45
octoquadQuick question, should I run debuild before or after dch -i?08:47
Noskcajdch -i adds a new changelog entry, debuild builds the source. So you can run debuild as much as you want, but you do need to run it after you update the changelog08:52
octoquadOk, so if I don't do dch -i first, then I get "signfile syncevolution_1.5-0ubuntu4.dsc Ken VanDine <ken.vandine@canonical.com>"08:53
octoquadsecret key not available08:53
NoskcajBecause then debuild thinks that you're ken and want to sign the .dsc file08:53
octoquadOK, so i've now added a changelog entry and it builds fine. Would this be a problem "W: syncevolution source: out-of-date-standards-version 3.9.5 (current is 3.9.6)"?08:55
octoquadNoskcaj, this is what I end up with: http://pastebin.com/LvEwBt0y09:06
octoquadI'm also getting "dpkg-source: warning: failed to verify signature on /path/to/syncevolution_1.5-0ubuntu5.dsc" which is the new dsc file I generated with my own GPG key09:07
NoskcajThe standards-version is a semi-useless debian thing, so you can ignore that09:07
octoquadah ok, thanks09:08
NoskcajWhat files are you debdiffing?09:14
octoquaddebdiff syncevolution_1.5-0ubuntu4.dsc syncevolution_1.5-0ubuntu5.dsc > syncevolution_1.5-0ubuntu5.debdiff09:35
Noskcajok, have you done that since building the package with the changes added?09:36
octoquadwhich one, the binary package (sbuild) or source package (debuild -S)?09:40
Noskcajsource should be enough09:41
NoskcajAre you sure you're pointing it at the right .dsc files?09:42
octoquadYes. I just started afresh while chatting to you. I grabbed it with dget.09:42
octoquadbusy building with sbuild at the moment although it normally results in the same thing for the debdiff as well09:43
xnoxinfinity: did you rename all the -dev libraries....10:28
xnoxdoing boost transitions, and i'm a bit iffy rebuilding things with -dev packages.10:29
xnoxslangasek: could you please rebuild ubuntu-touch-meta again? s/boost1.55-dev/boost-1.58-dev/10:53
xnoxpushed bzr branch, but germinate shouts at me that my "debootstrap is older"10:54
ari-tczewxnox: have you seen my email about sync zabbix?11:10
xnoxari-tczew: i will let you think about it for a little while. imho your email was a bit pointless =)11:11
octoquadNoskcaj, darkxst assisted me with it and is now working. Thanks for trying to help me, I appreciate it.12:17
octoquadNoskcaj, turns out I did the dch -i after instead of before I started with changes.12:17
octoquadslangasek, do I create debdiff for syncevolution on ubuntu/wily-proposed/syncevolution or ubuntu/syncevolution for bug #1406200?12:24
ubottubug 1406200 in Ubuntu GNOME "Add support for GOA in Syncevolution to make it work with Ubuntu Gnome" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/140620012:24
octoquadI see you did some changes an hour ago.12:24
tewardprobably the wrong channel but does anyone know what version of grub is needed to get Win10 support?13:38
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slangasekoctoquad: bug #1406200 - you would always want your diff to be against the latest, so wily-proposed19:30
ubottubug 1406200 in Ubuntu GNOME "Add support for GOA in Syncevolution to make it work with Ubuntu Gnome" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/140620019:30
slangasekxnox: ubuntu-touch-meta - so I actually had some problems regenerating it at all, the update dropped libjsoncpp0 but failed to add libjsoncpp0v5 for me so I wound up applying the update manually - I'm not sure if there's a problem with it not wanting to pull from -proposed?19:31
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cjwatsonslangasek: that's generally been true of *-meta - you could try setting "dists: wily wily-proposed" in update.cfg temporarily, though check the output carefully if you do19:57
slangasekcjwatson: check, thanks for the hint20:02
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slangasekScottK: hi, so I rebuild pyqt5 in wily for the python3-all-dev change, but it turns out it still shows up on the transition tracker (http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/transitions/html/python3.3-5.html) because it links against libpython3.4.  Do you prefer replacing python3-all-dev with python3-dev, or to figure out how to support both libpython3.4 and libpython3.5?20:10
slangasek(strange, why do my fingers always say rebuild instead of rebuilt?)20:12
ScottKslangasek: IIRC it only matters for the qtdesigner plugin, which is only supported for the default python.20:12
ScottKSo I'd ignore it and then do the rebuild once 3.5 is default.20:12
slangasekScottK: ok - sounds like an argument for ignoring this wrt the transition, and keep - check20:13
ScottKmitya57: ^^^ please double check that.20:13
infinityslangasek: "the update dropped libjsoncpp0 but failed to add libjsoncpp0v5" <-- That sort of sounds like the ideal outcome for a metapackage, no?20:17
infinityslangasek: Having libraries directly depended on by a meta is generally a bug, not a feature.20:17
slangasekinfinity: the metapackage in question is ubuntu-sdk-libs.20:17
infinityslangasek: Oh, fair enough. :)20:17
mwhudsoncan i really not install gcc-multilib at the same time as e.g. gcc-aarch64-linux-gnu22:01
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