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[opensuse-releaseteam] Introduction of build-mkbaselibs-sle to Factory and file conflict
  • From: Jimmy Berry <jberry@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2017 17:58:58 -0500
  • Message-id: <9284033.qv7iZ2JIYl@boomba.local>
The introduction of build-mkbaselibs-sle [1] introduced a problem detected by
repo_checker that will show up in all letter stagings.

x86_64

found conflict of build-mkbaselibs-20170804-3.1.noarch with build-mkbaselibs-
sle-20170804-1.1.noarch:
- /usr/lib/build/baselibs_global-deb.conf
- /usr/lib/build/baselibs_global.conf
- /usr/lib/build/mkbaselibs

i586

found conflict of build-mkbaselibs-20170804-3.1.noarch with build-mkbaselibs-
sle-20170804-1.1.noarch:
- /usr/lib/build/baselibs_global-deb.conf
- /usr/lib/build/baselibs_global.conf
- /usr/lib/build/mkbaselibs


The request was approved by the old repo_checker, but given the new package is
not in the rings it likely would not have been detected by the new one, prior
to acceptance, since it would have never built the new subpackage.

Regardless, the proper workflow is to add to the appropriate binaries to the
whitelist based on the effected archs (repo_checker-package-whitelist*) and
preferably fix the problem. :) It should be a simple conflict added in spec
like the other similar packages.

I see build-mkbaselibs-sle was added to the whitelist, but not build-
mkbaselibs which is the reason the errors keep showing up. Just build-
mkbaselibs-sle by itself would prevent installcheck messages from blocking,
but file conflict messages that thus involve two package need to have both
packages whitelisted.

I added build-mkbaselibs to the list [2] which should ignore the messages, but
lets get a 1-2 line fix to the package.

[1] https://build.opensuse.org/request/show/514523
[2] https://build.opensuse.org/package/rdiff/openSUSE:Factory:Staging/
dashboard?linkrev=base&rev=41709

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Jimmy

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