studiobot<teward001> @Eickmeyer is this a gitbuildpackage driven repository?00:25
studiobot<teward001> because you're missing a LOT of things to recreate without the orig tarball00:25
studiobot<teward001> i.e. it's not included in the repo or package00:25
studiobot<teward001> also00:25
studiobot<teward001> remind me if this is an SRU or not?  Because your 0.8.x tarball isn't available00:26
studiobot<teward001> and i may have to manually import it00:26
studiobot<teward001> which is pain00:26
EickmeyerNot an SRU.00:27
EickmeyerAnd... gitbuildpackage? Shouldn't be, I don't use gitbuildpackage.00:27
EickmeyerIt has a git submodule.00:27
EickmeyerThe original tarball should be in pristine-tar.00:28
Eickmeyer@teward001 ^00:28
EickmeyerIt doesn't have a git submodule. I'm thinking of a different package.00:29
studiobot<teward001> well00:30
studiobot<teward001> you need to tell me where the original tarballs are then00:30
studiobot<teward001> because this has a uscan that points at upstream git00:30
studiobot<teward001> and says there's a 1.0.0-alpha1 or 0.8.200:30
studiobot<teward001> also00:30
studiobot<teward001> your patch doesn't seem to have anything in it 😐00:30
studiobot<teward001> somehow00:31
studiobot<teward001> maybe it's a bad clone00:31
EickmeyerLet me see...00:31
studiobot<teward001> @Eickmeyer also the branch layout suggests its a gbp or similar - https://git.launchpad.net/raysession?h=master00:31
Eickmeyerteward: To get the original tarball: "pristine-tar checkout raysession_0.8.1.orig.tar.gz" That's standard procedure.00:33
studiobot<teward001> that's a gbp call00:34
Eickmeyer@teward001: That's the way I was taught how to do this.00:34
studiobot<teward001> and gbp buildpackage would do that, and it's complaining about 'bad checksum'00:34
studiobot<teward001> @Eickmeyer then the package is a gbp package00:34
studiobot<teward001> just saying00:34
EickmeyerLaunchpad didn't complain.00:34
studiobot<teward001> Launchpad is stupid 😜00:34
EickmeyerDid you pull the upstream branch too?00:36
studiobot<teward001> yep00:37
studiobot<teward001> xdelta3: target window checksum mismatch: XD3_INVALID_INPUT00:37
EickmeyerThat's completely bizarre. Launchpad built the package with zero issues.00:37
EickmeyerAnd, launchpad is the standard we're going by.00:38
EickmeyerAlso, my patch isn't empty, so something must be wrong on your end.00:39
studiobot<teward001> where did you get the original tarball from?00:39
studiobot<teward001> the one included in the package here00:40
studiobot<teward001> because i need to do a diff here00:40
studiobot<teward001> tar.gz there you mean00:40
studiobot<teward001> for 0.8.100:40
studiobot<teward001> ?00:40
EickmeyerThough, now that 0.8.2 is out, I should update to that. I didn't expect him to release a bugfix so quickly.00:41
studiobot<teward001> what version of tar do you have on your system?  `tar --version` you're using with your imports.00:41
EickmeyerI'd have to check, I'm not on that system right now, nor can I easily check. It's whatever is included in eoan.00:42
studiobot<teward001> ah this explains the discrepancy00:42
studiobot<teward001> https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=897653 is what i'm running into00:42
ubottuDebian bug 897653 in tar "tar 1.30 breaks pristine-tar" [Grave,Fixed]00:42
studiobot<teward001> 1.30+ breaks older tar imports :P00:42
EickmeyerOh, fml.00:42
studiobot<teward001> Launchpad's probably patched00:43
studiobot<teward001> but Ubuntu generally might not be for older envs.00:43
studiobot<teward001> give me 1 minute00:43
studiobot<teward001> *does evil and backports things*00:43
studiobot<teward001> thank you backportpackage tool00:44
studiobot<teward001> ... and PPAs.00:45
studiobot<Eickmeyer> @teward001 Any luck?01:28
studiobot<teward001> gotta install the backport lol01:37
studiobot<teward001> patience01:37
studiobot<Eickmeyer> No worries.01:46
studiobot<teward001> um....01:50
studiobot<teward001> small problem01:50
studiobot<teward001> the 'file' being altered?01:50
studiobot<teward001> doesn't exist01:50
studiobot<teward001> https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/jYS8QC7Z5R/01:50
studiobot<teward001> so i'm not sure HOW this passed on LP01:51
studiobot<teward001> hmmmm01:52
studiobot<teward001> @Eickmeyer I'm going to need a second set of eyes, I'll ask infinity, rbasak, or someone else on the release team to take a look01:55
studiobot<teward001> it's possible your patch is not compliant or doable01:55
studiobot<teward001> at least, based on debuild's output01:55
studiobot<Eickmeyer> Ok, I'll take a look.01:55
studiobot<teward001> fails in sbuild and in pdebuild01:55
studiobot<teward001> and there's no version release with the link patch i think01:56
studiobot<teward001> so the hard link is 'stuck' I think01:56
studiobot<Eickmeyer> Which patch?01:58
studiobot<Eickmeyer> The link patch?01:58
studiobot<Eickmeyer> Nm, that's what you said.01:58
studiobot<Eickmeyer> That is completely weird. It shouldn't have even built for me if that's the case.01:58
studiobot<Eickmeyer> Yet, I got a build from debuild -S and it uploaded and built just fine in my PPA.01:59
studiobot<Eickmeyer> I think I see the problem.02:00
studiobot<teward001> well i git cloned and then used it locally.  I'll do more tests02:03
studiobot<Eickmeyer> Well, it might be a path issue.02:04
studiobot<teward001> possibly02:04
studiobot<teward001> but i'mma test a Focal env just in case02:04
studiobot<teward001> see if debuild gives me the same warns02:04
studiobot<Eickmeyer> Ok. I just pushed a change to my patch, give that a shot if all else fails.02:07
studiobot<Eickmeyer> I noticed a discrepency between the paths in the other patch and this one.02:08
studiobot<teward001> nope still fails02:09
studiobot<teward001> from a git clone02:09
studiobot<teward001> it fails because the symlink is bad and isn't cloned down it seems02:09
studiobot<teward001> so i'll have to do this old school :?02:09
studiobot<teward001> nope *still* fails02:10
studiobot<teward001> https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/ZydhwhC5d4/02:10
studiobot<Eickmeyer> *sigh*02:11
studiobot<Eickmeyer> Might be that upstream has to fix the issue first.02:11
studiobot<teward001> So, not just me.  https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/87c7YDmN4T/02:13
studiobot<teward001> yeah I think upstream has to02:13
studiobot<teward001> i'll talk to infinity and others tomorrow in #ubuntu-devel on IRC to ask them if they can provide a solution to fix the unsafe symlink issue02:13
studiobot<Eickmeyer> OK02:14
studiobot<teward001> it might be possible to just hand-wave 0.8.1 without the symlink patch in because we can't patch it02:15
studiobot<teward001> but that's a decision above me02:15
studiobot<Eickmeyer> Ok, keep me posted.02:23

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