Am 01.06.2018 um 12:33 schrieb Bjoern Geuken:
On 06/01/2018 10:13 AM, Karsten Keil wrote:
yesterday I tried to import and build the OBS:Server:2.9 project in my
private OBS 2.8 instance and found some issues. Import was done with osc
copypac, build was tried for SLE12 SP3.
1.) package build failed to extract some spec/changes files
(build-mkbaselibs-sle stuff), seems that was removed some time after the
_service was written and last service run. Solution for me, I added
to the _service to get the same version as used in the official build.
2.) Lot of ruby gems did stay unresolved because of ruby > 2.2.2 build
requirements. Hmm, looked at the project config, but it was empty and
indeed SLE12 SP3 prefers ruby2.1. Seems somebody did delete the project
config after building the stable release (Is this normal ?). Solution
for me: using the project config from the OBS:Server:2.9:Staging
After this everything did build.
The OBS:Server:2.9 project is just the release target of
OBS:Server:2.9:Staging. Once we tested a new release in *:Staging we
release the binaries to OBS:Server:2.9.
Hence we don't need the project config there.
OK, understand - new concept for me. I looked only in the OBS:Server:2.9
meta for some references to the Staging project, not in the staging
project it self. How do you trigger a release ? Do here be any
documentation of this concept/feature ?
> Another issue was building openSUSE:Tools, the service file of
> obs-service-generator_pom points to a dead link, so it stays broken,
> maybe somebody can fix it, I did download the the service result and
> removed the _service file.
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