[Sugar-devel] Turtleart broken with Sugar 0.83

Tomeu Vizoso tomeu
Sat Nov 29 09:08:18 EST 2008

On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 3:00 PM, Walter Bender <walter.bender at gmail.com> wrote:
> done. TurtleArt-19 is pushed.
> (I must have missed the memo about the import registry call breaking
> things. I was testing on 0.82. But I have a fresh install on my laptop
> now, so I think I'll catch these problems sooner going forward. But
> how do I test it on older systems??)

This is certainly a problem for us activity maintainers. Yesterday I
had to downgrade an XO to 656 so I could debug an issue with Labyrinth
as used in Uruguay, which by the way turned out to be the upstream
code depending on a feature of gtk > 2.10, not sugar-related.

How could we as a broad organization help activity authors fix issues
that users find? Would that be a task for a bug triage team?



> On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 8:41 AM, Marco Pesenti Gritti
> <marcopg at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
>> The fix is as simple as removing the unused "from sugar.activity
>> import registry". Walter could you do a release with that fix? I'd
>> like to get it in SoaS.
>> This brings up the question of how to ensure activity authors are able
>> to test with the latest Sugar, before getting new releases in
>> Fructose. For Fedora we should be well covered, it's mostly matter of
>> documenting it. We have 0.83 in F11, a yum repo for F10 on
>> download.sugarlabs.org and SoaS including 0.83. What about Ubuntu?
>> Requiring to test in jhbuild might be asking too much I guess...
>> Marco
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