[Sugar-devel] [FEATURE] Separate python version packages for sugar-toolkit-gtk3
amathur at ec.iitr.ac.in
Thu Jul 25 13:08:11 EDT 2019
You have removed the packages repository from your github. I would be happy
to analyze those packages.
Also would you please tell how you proceeded?
On Tue, Jul 23, 2019 at 2:58 PM James Cameron <quozl at laptop.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 23, 2019 at 01:02:33PM +0530, sukhdeep gill wrote:
> > Python packages:
> > https://github.com/sukhdeepg/sugar-toolkit-gtk3-python-packages.
> > This is the first step with respect to an earlier reply from James
> > Cameron. I've understood the depth of the issue from this result
> > after the Debian bug 931666 search. If this isn't the right way,
> > please let me know.
> Thanks. Happy to review. The main problem is that you did not
> examine the packages, compare them with Debian packages, or test the
> (a) your package version should include something to discriminate
> against potential Debian packages yet to be provided by Debian
> developers, or packages by other Sugar Labs developers,
> (b) your package version should include the git hash; the file
> src/sugar3/util.py has the latest HEAD of 5043d53, but the version of
> your packages is 0.114-1,
> (c) your package python-sugar3_0.114-1_all.deb includes a Python 3
> program (sugar-activity3) and Python 2 artefacts in
> /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/sugar3 ... but sugar-activity3 should
> not be present, and this is a fault of our build in
> (d) your package python-sugar3_0.114~python3-1_all.deb includes a
> Python 2 program (sugar-activity) and Python 2 artefacts in
> /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/sugar3 ... but sugar-activity should
> not be present (this is a fault of our build in sugar-toolkit-gtk3)
> and the artefacts should be for Python 3 not Python 2,
> (e) both packages are named python-sugar3 ... but they should have
> different names (python-sugar3 and python3-sugar3), so they can be
> installed at the same time.
> Please do examine the packages and test them carefully before
> publishing your work. Test by installing the packages and running
> Sugar and the set of Fructose (core) activities.
> Hope that helps!
> James Cameron
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