As a followup, potentially the bug wasn't assigned to the right person,
also because the Leap version of this package is shared with SUSE Linux
Enterprise, the patch will have to be added to the SLE version of the
package and the maintenance request will have to be created for SLE then
it will automatically be copied into leap, unfortunately this needs to
be done by a SLE engineer.
The following line will tell you if a leap package comes from openSUSE
(openSUSE:Factory) or SLE (SUSE:SLE-15:XX)
osc -A https://api.opensuse.org
cat openSUSE:Leap:42.2:Update 00Meta
lookup.yml | grep libqt5-qtbase
osc bugowner libqt5-qtbase, will tell you who should be responsible for
this package, running the command with -e will give you the email
address should you want to work with them, if as in this case it comes
back as empty that is an issue we need to resolve, especially for
packages maintained in SLE. If you ever find such a package email the
opensuse-factory mailing list and we will try and fix the issue. "osc
maintainer libqt5-qtbase" will also give you a slightly longer list of
everyone who is allowed to make or approve changes to the package.
On 21/09/2018 23:46, Mischa Salle wrote:
Ah, it seems now to have gone through I think:
(I hadn't referenced the actual patch name in the changelog...).
We'll see what happens next.
Thanks again for the guidance
On Fri, Sep 21, 2018 at 4:07 PM Mischa Salle <mischa.salle(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> thanks for the guidance. I've followed the submit a fix guidelines
> (from scratch, for cleanliness, packages are now building).
> However, osc submitrequest gives a warning "Project does not accept
> submit request, request to open a NEW maintenance incident instead"
> It does say however that it has "created request id 637054", but a osc
> request list shows it as being declined:
> "637054 State:declined By:factory-auto When:2018-09-21T13:57:21"
> Do I understand correctly I should use the "Submit as update" from my
> branched project?
> On Fri, Sep 21, 2018 at 3:36 PM Andrei Borzenkov <arvidjaar(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> 21.09.2018 16:05, Mischa Salle пишет:
>>> Hi Andrei,
>>> thanks. In the mean time, I have tried to backport the patch and it
>>> works: I've just rebuild
>>> also locally in osc and updated to my newly built libQt5PrintSupport5.
>>> I now indeed see the CUPS default setting when going to the print
>>> dialog. I'll update the bug.
>> For Factory you can simply submit your changes via SR directly:
>> For released version like Leap it indeed should got via regular
>> maintenance. It can submit SR in this case too, though, it may draw more
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