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ricotzRAOF, hi :), could you take a look at https://launchpadlibrarian.net/447970389/vala_0.40.17-0ubuntu1_source.changes -- https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/vala/+bug/180313609:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1803136 in vala (Ubuntu Bionic) "[SRU] Update to vala 0.40.17 in bionic" [Low,Confirmed]09:12
LocutusOfBorgkirkland, your bikeshed package depends on bzr-fastimport, but fastimport has to disappear due to bzr->brz transition...09:35
LocutusOfBorgcan you please do some update of the packaging?09:35
enaut[m]hey all, what is the best way to convert a git tree (with debian directory) to a deb package - without any source.tgz?09:39
tarzeauenaut[m]: create a source.tgz without debian directory09:40
tarzeauenaut[m]: if there's a dsc link dget that09:40
tarzeauenaut[m]: which software is that?09:40
enaut[m]the software is ltsp-manager kind of my own ;) however I think it is so complicated to build the deb-file locally for testing purposes.09:41
enaut[m]isn't there a switch for just building the whole directory with dh_make - I mean everything is there to build it just does not build automagically?09:43
cjwatsonLocutusOfBorg: brz provides bzr-fastimport though09:44
LocutusOfBorgcjwatson, yes true, we should probably make that fastimport a transitional package? meh, don't care.10:36
cjwatsonLocutusOfBorg: I mean ... it is10:39
cjwatson bzr-fastimport | 0.13.0+bzr361+brz1     | focal-proposed/universe | source, all10:39
cjwatsonLocutusOfBorg: Maybe you're looking in focal rather than focal-proposed10:39
LocutusOfBorgcjwatson, I just syncd it10:55
LocutusOfBorgi confused with bzr-webdav, that one probably needs to be kicked out10:57
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dokomarcustomlinson: any update with the libreoffice autopkg test?13:39
marcustomlinsondoko: will be fixed tomorrow or thursday with the new version13:40
dokomarcustomlinson: how do you know? https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=94340113:42
ubottuDebian bug 943401 in libstdc++6 "libreoffice C++ Unit tests failing since 9.2.1-12 ((Failure instantiating exceptionprotector)" [Serious,Open]13:42
marcustomlinsondoko: I will disable the test as Debian has done13:42
marcustomlinsoncould I just ask for a day so I can correlate the fix with the new release13:44
dokomarcustomlinson: seriously disabling without checking for the issue?13:54
marcustomlinsondoko: libreoffice is unfortunately not the only pain in my ass right now13:55
dokomarcustomlinson: is this test run during the build as well, and if not, how can it be run?13:56
marcustomlinsondoko: afaiu it does run during build yes13:57
marcustomlinsonthough, it looks like Debian have disabled it during build too. hmm, might have to as well13:58
marcustomlinsonhow can it be run > make check13:59
dokomarcustomlinson: please could you enable building with the internal cppunit, and see if the problem persists? a stack trace would be good to have14:01
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cpaelzer__ahasenack: I have synced postgresql-common 20816:16
cpaelzer__it was ready now and has the changes we need16:16
cpaelzer__I'll let it run tests over night as they auto-trigger, then we might need to go to p-migraton and check which older tests need custom triggers to properly work16:17
infinitycpaelzer__: A psql transition in the middle of unwinding the initial autosync?  You're brave.16:25
cpaelzer__infinity: it already started by exactly that thundering-herd autosync16:26
cpaelzer__doko: made me aware that several things were failing16:26
infinityOh, as in stuff had been fixed to work with 12, but somehow not backward compatible with 11?16:27
cpaelzer__turned out libpq-dev was already pointing to 12 and postgresql-common to 11 still - and things being auto-synced broke on that16:27
infinityOh, or that.  I thought psql-common was supposed to own libpq-dev for that very reason.16:27
infinityMaybe I gave the design too much credit.16:27
cpaelzer__infinity: I didn't say I wanted to transition now, but the syncs that already happened and the current state in debian made going back as painful as going forward16:28
infinityIt very clearly comes from psql itself.  Special.  That seems entirely wrong.16:28
infinitycpaelzer__: Yup, agreed.  I missed the puzzle piece that libpsql-dev is coming from (IMO) the wrong source package. :P16:28
cpaelzer__yeah, agreed - there should be no two packages defining what is currently "the version"16:29
cpaelzer__but for now things are as they are16:29
infinityMakes the whole "default" selection in psql-common seem sort of pointless.16:29
kyrofaHey juliank, regarding https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/urdfdom-headers/+bug/1817595, there doesn't seem to be anything in -proposed yet. What is the next step there?16:35
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1817595 in urdfdom-headers (Ubuntu Bionic) "[SRU] urdfdom-headers and urdfdom should not use locale dependent parsing for floating point numbers" [Undecided,Fix committed]16:35
juliankkyrofa: It's in the queue https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/bionic/+queue?queue_state=1&queue_text= - bug some sru people (sru vanguard) about apporivng theme16:44
kyrofaAh yes, thank you!16:47
ahasenackhi, I need some apt pinning help. I want to have trusty-proposed main in general downgraded (400, for example), but for one package that comes from it: ubuntu-advantage-tools18:05
ahasenackit's not working: https://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/sVB7TCvTXZ/18:05
ahasenacki.e., I don't want dist-upgrade to suddenly upgrade to anything in proposed, but for that one package18:06
sarnoldahasenack: iirc proposed is handled funny, you have to use something like apt install package=version to use proposed18:08
ahasenackhm, wait a sec, it's saying the pin prio is 400, but dist-upgrade is pulling it in18:08
ahasenacksarnold: can't do that, this is part of a dist-upgrade from precise18:10
rbasakahasenack: define "not working" please?18:10
ahasenackI want the dist-upgrade to precise to consider just u-a-t from trusty-proposed, not the rest18:10
ahasenackrbasak: I was expecting to see a "500" pin prio next to the u-a-t package from trusty-proposed, instead I see 40018:10
rbasakYour pastebin shows 500?18:10
ahasenack19.6~ubuntu14.04.2 50018:11
ahasenack        400 http://br.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty-proposed/main amd64 Packages18:11
ahasenackthat's 40018:11
ahasenackoh, hm, what is the 500 next to the version?18:11
ahasenackis that the actual package-specific pin?18:11
ahasenackand the 400 below for the trusty-proposed line is the overall trusty-proposed pin prio?18:12
* ahasenack uses better numbers18:12
ahasenackok, yeah18:12
ahasenackhttps://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/FFN7QKDwhh/ ok, I guess it is working18:13
rbasakI'm not sure what those two numbers mean18:15
rbasak"The APT preferences do not affect the choice of instance, only the choice of version."18:16
rbasakSo it's the score by the version string that's important.18:16
rbasakI don't know what the score by the URL means18:16
ahasenackit's for the * package I guess18:17
ahasenackbut yeah, I hadn't noticed the score next to the version ever before18:17
* ahasenack tries another lengthy dist-upgade18:18
gQuigscan we clear our trusty-proposed except for the actively maintained bits (ua client)?  https://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/pending-sru.html18:19
gQuigsactually verification was done on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/trusty/+source/gnutls26/+bug/1444656  before close of trusty...18:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1444656 in gnutls26 (Ubuntu Trusty) "GnuTLS TLS 1.2 handshake failure" [High,Fix committed]18:23
gQuigsI think the bcmwl  update should just be marked won't fix for Trusty and will proceed with doing that in a few...18:25
mdeslaurSkuggen: hi!18:40
mdeslaurSkuggen: I'm preparing a mysql 8.0.18 update for eoan, could you please sanity-check my changes before I upload it for building? There are a couple of new files, I want to make sure you agree with where I put them: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/rcWrc4YDGK/18:42
rbasakmdeslaur: that looks reasonable to me18:49
mdeslaurthanks rbasak!18:49
rbasakmdeslaur: though I would like you to use QUILT_REFRESH_ARGS="-p ab --no-timestamps --no-index" please18:49
rbasakSaves extra noise in diffs18:49
rbasakmdeslaur: I'm assuming it passes dep8?18:50
mdeslaurrbasak: ah, thanks for the quilt config, I'll do that18:50
mdeslaurrbasak: haven't tested that yet18:51
Skuggenmdeslaur: Hi!18:52
mdeslaurSkuggen: hi there!18:53
SkuggenOne thing: We support with_protobuf=system (as opposed to using the bundle-built ones), but we should probably test it out more to be sure, and we can make that change later18:53
SkuggenI think the protobuf version we build upstream is the same as the one in eoan18:53
rbasakAh, so maybe we want that in Focal?18:53
mdeslaurSkuggen: sounds like a change for focal18:53
mdeslaurand only as long as he protobuf version won't change with point releases18:54
mdeslaurSkuggen: also, not sure if you care or not, but I had to disable the complete test suite on s390x on bionic with 5.7.28 as it was hanging: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-security-proposed/+archive/ubuntu/ppa/+sourcepub/10686865/+listing-archive-extra18:55
SkuggenYeah, I _think_ we'll change to use system protobuf for ubuntu in upstream packages as well, so should stay stable going forward.18:56
SkuggenAbout the ppc64el patch, you're sure it's not needed any more? I haven't really followed up on it, just see that our bug isn't closed18:57
mdeslaurSkuggen: most of the patch was already applied...a few parts weren't, but the package built and the test suite ran fine18:57
SkuggenHm, maybe we have a duplicate bug for this I'm not aware of. I'll look into it and maybe get it closed, thanks :)18:58
SkuggenAbout s390x, do you know if there's any particular thing that hangs?18:58
mdeslaurunfortunately, I haven't had time to investigate further...18:59
SkuggenI think we only enforce the test results for amd64 and i386 for 5.7 builds18:59
* mdeslaur orders s390x off of amazon18:59
SkuggenHehe, yeah I don't really have anything except i386, amd64 and arm64 available :)18:59
mdeslaurand it runs fine with xenial and disco...19:00
mdeslaurI'm still awaiting autopkgtest results to make sure nothing regressed other than the test suite19:01
SkuggenCould it be related to the openssl change?19:01
SkuggenThough if it works on older releases maybe it's a change in a dependency that causes it19:01
mdeslaurI thought that may be the case, but I rebuilt the old one with openssl enabled, and it worked19:02
mdeslaurSkuggen: I'll figure out how to access an s390x builder box when I get a minute and if I figure it out, I'll let you know19:03
mdeslaurSkuggen: another question: with 8.0, when --skip-grant-tables is used, mysql 8.0 won't bind to a network port...is there any way to override that?19:05
mdeslaur"If the server is started with the --skip-grant-tables option to disable authentication checks, the server enables skip_networking to prevent remote connections. "19:06
mdeslaurthis is causing php7.3 to FTBFS19:06
SkuggenYeah, I saw. You could try --skip-networking=off, but I also mentioned it to rbasak that it didn't seem like skip-grant-tables was actually needed there19:07
SkuggenSince --initialize-insecure was used, the root user should be passwordless19:07
mdeslaurSkuggen: I tried --skip-networking=off and it didn't work19:07
mdeslauroh hrm, interesting19:08
mdeslaurultimately, we're starting an instance of mysql for nothing...none of the mysql tests even run since we moved to php7.0...19:08
RAOFricotz: Hm. I think I may have a rather different opinion as to what goes into a bugfix-only release than the vala developers 😕22:21
ricotzRAOF, hmm?22:34
RAOFOh, there just seen to be rather a lot of changes which don't fix a bug.22:43
RAOF(and are not obviously in the service of fixing a bug)22:43
ricotzRAOF, could you give an example?22:43
ricotzprevent asserts and correcting bindings might be easy, but fixing memory leaks are not that obvious to see in the plain diff, so are fixing c-warnings in the generated code22:45
ricotzRAOF, e.g. "Support static methods in error-domains" doesn't sound like bug-fix, but it actually is22:47
ricotzRAOF, irony?22:53
RAOFOh, no. Just that it makes more sense.22:55
ricotzok, the method implementations weren't emitted at all before22:56
RAOFI still want to know what the testing plan is (in the bug, please)22:56
ricotzof course the diff has grown a lot, given the age of the bug report22:56
RAOFUnless I've missed it!22:57
ricotzit is/was in the description which included a mass-rebuild at that time22:57
RAOFAnd quite a lot of the diff is generated code.22:57
ricotzuse the link in the last comment22:58
RAOF(the mass rebuild link appears to be broken?)22:59
ricotzI already commented including this information23:01
RAOFAh, thanks. I didn't see that.23:03
ricotzRAOF, https://launchpad.net/~ricotz/+archive/ubuntu/vala-sru/+packages23:05
RAOFDid you do any smoke testing on the resulting packages?23:08
ricotzRAOF, only a few in the past, many packages have a testsuite23:10
ricotzand a lot of the package are only generating a vapi from their gir23:10
ricotzRAOF, g2g, eod here23:26
RAOFThanks for your clarifications!23:27

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