spboxhi, testing kdepim from staging-kdeapplications: kmail shows no mailheaders without kdepim-addons: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=36492907:56
ubottuKDE bug 364929 in message list "kmail->view->headers-> menu empty, and selected messages show no header, if kdepim-addons is not installed" [Normal,Resolved: fixed]07:56
soeeyou should not use staging :-)07:57
spboxI thought staging on XX needs testing?08:01
acheronukspbox: also see https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=82674608:30
ubottuDebian bug 826746 in kdepim "kdepim: dependency to kdepim-addons" [Important,Fixed]08:30
acheronukclivejo: do we update our PIM with the changes made since May here? https://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/pkg-kde/applications/kdepim.git/log/08:39
acheronukor cherry pick some like the adding of a recommends on kdepim-addons?08:40
acheronukspbox: thank you for pointing that out :)08:45
yofelacheronuk: I would recommend a merge. If it's not too much work09:06
acheronukyofel: ok. I'll do that later09:07
acheronukyofel: is that literally a merge using git, then fixing the conflicts? or just do the changes as you would other things, and call that a merge?09:12
yofelacheronuk: I do either one depending on the situation. Here I would just do a git merge, but you'll need to read through the whole debian/ubuntu diff after that to check if there's duplicate or obsolete changes.09:13
yofelif you think that would take too long, do cherry-picks09:13
acheronukI may do via git locally 1st then, and see what the result looks like09:16
acheronukI need practice with git09:17
IrcsomeBot<Clifford> Actually I noticed the email header thing too09:38
yofelClifford: can you think of a reason why staging konsole did not merge kubuntu_unstable into kubuntu_yakkety_archive?09:40
yofeloh wait09:40
yofelthat only happens for unstable releases I think?09:41
IrcsomeBot<Clifford> Yeah it seemed to be merging stable09:48
IrcsomeBot<Clifford> And saying nothing to do09:48
yofelright, I think you need to explicitly tell it to use unstable09:48
yofel16.08 beta is on the 21st, so we can try it out then ^^09:49
IrcsomeBot<Clifford> I can't get this tagging script to work09:50
yofelthen I'll do it, what needs tagging again?09:53
yofeldebfx: are you still using ftpubuntu for your depot access?10:01
debfxyofel: haven't used it in years10:06
yofeldebfx: ok if I remove you?10:10
acheronukif I merge from debian, do I need to detail the changes (e.g new recommends) in the changelog, even though as a result it already mentioned due to the merge earlier on? 10:15
soee!info kdegraphics-thumbnailers10:15
ubottukdegraphics-thumbnailers (source: kdegraphics-thumbnailers): graphics file format thumbnailers for KDE SC. In component universe, is optional. Version 4:15.12.3-0ubuntu1 (yakkety), package size 31 kB, installed size 96 kB10:15
acheronukor would I just stick with the terse "Merged with debian" or similar and leave it at that?10:15
yofelacheronuk: no, that should already be in the changelog?10:15
acheronukyes, that's why I asked. 10:16
acheronukI think I knew the answer, but for now I'm just double checking things like that.....10:17
yofelI tend to stick to "Merge with debian git", and then list all the changes I had to do to fix the merge10:17
yofelfor non-vcs merges you usually write "merge with debian unstable", then list the full diff between debian and ubuntu. But as we use git I see little value in that10:18
acheronukyep. got it.10:18
acheronukseems the merge was clean and doesn't need fixing!10:18
yofelthen all you need to check if it builds and whether anything was changed that we didn't want changed10:19
acheronukit's running in pbuilder right now10:19
yofela warning about git merge: as maxy occasionally uses changes from us, a 'git merge' on his side + any changes he does will not cause any conflicts if we do a 'git merge' again, even if we don't want any of those changes10:20
yofelnot an issue most of the time, just something to be aware of10:20
yofelwhich is why I said to review the whole diff again after the merge10:21
yofeland also the diff of the merge commit itself10:21
acheronukI went through it and it seems sane to me10:21
yofel(that's why merging takes so much time for me at least :/ )10:21
yofelok, thanks10:21
acheronukIt was not very complicated in the end, but I can see how it could be v time consuming in in some cases10:23
acheronukor perhaps most cases10:23
yofelmake that some. Most of the smaller packages are almost identical with debian10:25
yofelor litirally are (with an ubuntu version)10:25
acheronukis it git amend to add my changelog entry after the merge, as the merge auto-commited?10:27
yofelnot sure, I just do another commit10:29
acheronukoh. I've just done it, so I'll double check the diff again10:30
acheronukthat worked10:31
acheronukyofel clivejo: so that went into yakkety_archive. do I need to merge that elsewhere somehow?10:43
clivejois it working?10:44
yofelno, the CI is supposed to auto-merge _archive into _stable and _unstable10:44
acheronukclivejo: is what working?10:44
clivejothe package you are working on10:45
acheronukit built with no probs if that is what you are asking?10:45
acheronukin pbuilder10:45
clivejoyup and does it fix the original problem?10:45
acheronukI will check, as I don't use kmail10:47
clivejowell is the code there to fix the issue10:47
clivejothe dep on kdepim-addons10:48
clivejoyes I see it10:49
acheronukthe recommends is in there, so should do?10:49
clivejook so do a git-buildpackage-pppa10:49
clivejocurrent version is ppa110:50
clivejoso you need to create a ppa2 version10:50
clivejoso "git-buildpackage-ppa -s 2"10:51
acheronukthat is all?10:51
clivejoin the package git directory10:51
clivejoit will go grab the source, and build the source ready for upload to LP10:52
clivejothe move into ../build-area 10:52
clivejodput the *.ppa2*.changes file to apps staging10:53
acheronukkdepim_16.04.3-0ubuntu1~ubuntu16.10~ppa2 is there10:53
clivejoif the problems it fixes closes LP bugs, you can close them down via the changelog10:56
sheytanAny news about nvidia and sddm problems?10:57
acheronukclivejo: ah yes, I read that the other day10:57
sheytanis stuff solved yet?10:57
clivejobut git-buildpackage-ppa is a great wee tool10:58
acheronukit is indeed! 10:58
acheronuksheytan: specific or general problem? I have a nvidia card here and it works fine10:59
clivejodid you get time to look at ffmpedthumbs?10:59
acheronukffmpegthumbs id tha same prob as before is it not? kde release tarballs do not have that fix for ffmeg 2.9 in them 11:00
acheronuk*is the11:00
acheronukyou fixed before by using the KCI source?11:01
clivejoyofel: is this worth fixing?  Ive copied over a version from KCI which fixes the problem11:01
clivejoyakkety wont be frozen for a while yet11:02
clivejoso the fix has time to filter down from upstream11:02
yofelffmpegthumbs is apps?11:02
yofelthen no11:02
yofelactually no in any case, as we want the next version of everything11:03
clivejoI kinda feel like making and applying a patch would be a waste of time and effort11:03
clivejoyeah its apps 16.04.311:04
sheytanacheronuk: SDDM wasn't starting up after i installed nvidia driver, but it was before i did clean intall kubuntu 16.04. Now I'm running on noveau, afraid of breaking up my OS when i install nvidia11:06
yofelsheytan: works fine on my desktop with nvidia-364 at least11:09
yofelif it does break, you should be able to get a shell through the recovery mode where removing the package should bring nouveau back11:09
sheytanyeah, i know. Do you have optimus (nvidia + intel), too?11:10
yofel(the card is reported as GK107 [GT 740])11:10
yofelnot on my desktop, but on my notebook. There is just use intel11:10
sheytanmine is 525m11:10
yofelGM108M [940m] / Intel HD Graphics 550011:11
sheytanand it does work with nvidia driver, too?11:11
yofelit theoretically does, with all the optimus issues, so I set prime to intel11:12
sheytanyofel: how do you do that?11:12
yofelsudo prime-select intel11:13
yofelprime-select query will tell you what it's currently set to11:13
sheytank, thank you11:14
clivejoemail headers are back12:32
clivejothanks acheronuk12:32
acheronukclivejo: I find it odd they put the support for that in a separate package and repo12:34
clivejolot of packages I find odd!12:40
acheronukperson asking about it this morning was actually trying the XX statging of 16.04.2. so does fix have to go into the git for that? or will it just get merged down when/if 16.04.3 gets staged for XX? 12:44
BluesKaj_Hiyas all13:50
acheronukyofel clivejo: konsole is failing in unstable as an alternative to the debian-T-addition.diff was proposed by HS and adopted upstream14:05
yofelah, kill the patch then14:05
acheronukyofel: removing patch doesn't work as the upstream needs http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qcommandlineoption.html#setHidden14:06
acheronukintroduced in qt t5.614:06
yofelhow would it build without that?14:06
yofelupstream requires qt 5.6 anyway, so we need to put that into the CI PPA to fix some of the jobs14:07
acheronukyes, that was what I was coming to, as fixing it would only be a short term thing, and not the real solution14:07
acheronukbuilding with QT 5.5.1 fails anyway, as I tried14:08
ScottKyofel: FYI, I've removed my ssh key from the ftpubuntu account on depot.k.o (I'm on Debian's so I still have access).16:07
sick_rimmitI can see that Plasma Workspace is failing to build, because the patch to CMakeLists file is failing, and then dpkg-buildpackage errors17:37
acheronuksick_rimmit: looks like another patch now applied upstream https://quickgit.kde.org/?p=plasma-workspace.git&a=blobdiff&h=70dd71d1557aea65e5f232bcafeb8750dec4474c&hp=bdbaa13cf9167348480b3bcb2c373a54383a1246&hb=1a39a51e2e36576ca97f5b88af0969687796e7b4&f=CMakeLists.txt17:44
sick_rimmitOooo cheers acheronuk17:57
sick_rimmitI will take a look17:57
yofelScottK: ok, thanks for the heads up17:58
=== pavlushka_ is now known as pavlushka
sick_rimmitSo it looks like the upstream commit, has added 3 extra lines into the CMakeLists.txt file. This means that the install_missing_headers in /debian/patches doesn't work because Patch has Fuzz which it can not resolve18:18
sick_rimmitI think we could change18:18
sick_rimmit@@ -103,7 +103,10 @@ include_directories("${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}") 18:18
sick_rimmitto read18:18
sick_rimmit@@ -105,7 +105,10 @@ include_directories("${CMAKE_CURRENT_BINARY_DIR}") 18:18
sick_rimmitin that patch and it would fix it18:19
acheronukmay need some expert opinion on some MISSING symbols?19:13
acheronukafter fixing build of akonadi for KCI in pbuilder now get these MISSING http://paste.ubuntu.com/18910668/19:14
yofelacheronuk: looks like another case of 'ok for kci, not ok for 16.08 release'19:18
acheronukthis commit? http://quickgit.kde.org/?p=akonadi.git&a=commit&h=381acbc294dcecb0d4beb63721080d231e4bca3819:18
yofelyes, that one19:20
acheronukyofel: so I can leave those for now and see how it pans out?19:20
acheronukok. 19:22
acheronukthat makes sense. 1st instinct on seeing that though is "OMG, I need to fix that!"19:23
* yofel 's is "OMG, not... oh, that's pim, nvm"19:24
* clivejo is liking PIM again19:26
acheronukI don't like it and don't use it (apart from akregator)19:27
yofelit's not like it's that bad, it just accumulated lots of bad karma19:32
clivejo*hugs PIM and covers its ears*19:34
clivejodont listen to these mean people19:34
acheronukIt's probably OK. I'm just too used to using other apps now.19:36
* clivejo is playing with an IP camera he picked up in Lidl today19:36
clivejodunno what to make of it19:37
clivejoIts obviously punching a hole in my firewall to allow me to connect to the camera from outside, but how its doing that worries me19:41
clivejoI need to know more!19:41
acheronukorder a 240GB SSD yesterday. hopefully I will know what to make of that19:44
* clivejo tries to suppress the green eyed monster19:45
acheronukreminds me. any progress with linode?19:46
clivejoyeah we have accounts now19:46
acheronukyou do?19:47
clivejonot me19:47
clivejoaaron and yofel19:47
acheronukfair enough. just curious, rather than impatient19:48
clivejoIm still trying to tag FW and Plasma19:48
clivejoand not getting anywhere!19:48
acheronuknot an app (script) for that?19:49
yofelpeople can get containers on request19:49
clivejocan we get a shared container19:49
clivejowhere multiple people can log in at once19:49
yofelsure, that's the default setting. You just need to add the relevant ssh keys19:50
yofelyou should be able to access the container that aaron tried to set up for you now19:51
clivejohow does one get a container?19:51
yofelask me and aaron currently19:51
acheronukwhat happens with signing packages over ssh?19:52
yofelremote signing should work fine..19:53
acheronukyes? I had a feeling that was tricky, but would prefer to be wrong19:53
yofelhm, it is a bit.. but then again, I rarely use it19:54
acheronukI looked the other day and found a few things like this: http://code.v.igoro.us/posts/2015/11/remote-gpg-agent.html19:59
yofelclivejo: I added an account for you on the host. I put a howto to create containers at the bottom of the ninjas notepad20:02
yofelplease only use that account for container management20:03
* mamarley does soee's job: https://www.kde.org/announcements/kde-frameworks-5.24.0.php23:45
IrcsomeBot<marcinsagol> Read the logs... :)23:46
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