On čtvrtek 19. května 2016 18:21 Per Jessen wrote:
Adam Spiers wrote:
Per Jessen <per(a)computer.org> wrote:
>From "osc results" - what does this
The -v option might help.
Yes, it did, thanks -
openSUSE_13.2 i586 broken: conflict in file lilo.spec
openSUSE_13.2 x86_64 broken: conflict in file lilo.spec
SLE_12 x86_64 broken: conflict in file lilo.spec
SLE_11_SP4 i586 broken: conflict in file lilo.spec
SLE_11_SP4 x86_64 broken: conflict in file lilo.spec
Okay, not totally sure I understand what this means, but I think I've
fixed it, it's building again. I notice a couple of status 'blocked':
Usual way of handling the conflict is
At this moment, "osc status" should show "C" at lilo.spec and you
have also files lilo.spec.mine, lilo.spec.old and lilo.spec.new. File
lilo.spec should contain markers similar to those used in git conflict
resolution. Once you edit lilo.spec to look the way you want it, do
osc resolved lilo.spec
and you should be done (I hope I didn't miss anything).
openSUSE_Tumbleweed i586 blocked
openSUSE_Tumbleweed x86_64 blocked
openSUSE_Factory x86_64 blocked
openSUSE_Factory i586 blocked
I think I saw that (for TW) yesterday too at some point, is this a
This should mean the build of your package waits for another package
which is being built now or is also blocked by something else. With "-v"
option, the command should tell you what is it waiting for (and so does
the web interface).
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