On Thu, 23 Feb 2012 11:57:03 +0100 Stephan Kulow firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On 23.02.2012 11:48, Johannes Meixner wrote:
On Feb 23 11:36 Stephan Kulow wrote (excerpt):
On 23.02.2012 11:26, Josef Reidinger wrote:
Stefan Behlert email@example.com wrote:
On Feb 22, 12 16:05:54 +0100, Stephan Kulow wrote:
Well, you can check for specific binaries for their "required by", e.g.:
Yes, that was what I meant. I just failed to find it, sigh.
Great, that is what I want. Maybe just more intuitive location would be nice.
Now I would be interested in the places you looked in.
Instead of such a question could you please just provide information where this "intuitive location" on the OBS web interface actually is.
I also didn't find it.
If I tell you, you can't help me making it more obvious :)
So where in the webui do you expect the dependencies of a specific binary to be?
Well, I expect it under advanced button on linner in package. When there is not something like dependencies or dependency tree I try attributes and it is not there. Having it hidden in last build result is not much obvious. And I think it is quite useful e.g. for updating library, that in your branch when you update package, you should also try if dependencies build fine. Josef