Here is a summary of activity on the opensuse-buildservice mailing list during week 12:
Matwey is trying
to build locally using
lxc as a VM.
> * Adrian confirmed that the lxc support in the build script is not
> working at the moment. Please use kvm, instead, if you are looking for a
> secure build.
Matthew has created a new project with two subprojects. One of the
subprojects requires the other subproject as a build dependency. To
represent this in the spec file, he is using
BuildRequires: lmdb, but the
build fails because it cannot find
> * The solution is to use
thread, Damian writes that he can trigger a rebuild manually using
token --trigger but cannot get it to automate via github.
> * Coolo looked in the OBS logs and confirmed that github did not try to
> connect at the times in question. Since others are using a similar setup
> to trigger update events via github, the problem is most likely in
> Damian’s configuration.
> * Damian found the issue – he forgot to remove the quote characters from
> the token. These are required by
osc but illegal on github.
thread explores why a package could build fine and then enter into an “unresolvable” state after generating the package and package repo.
> * In this case, the user was attempting to build an incompatible version
> of openssl. This would replace the system openssl package with one with a
> different major version. As a result,
libssh2 will no longer find its
> dependency. He should use the distribution-supplied version.
that he created a
_link for the R language in
server:database:postgresql and set it to only build/publish for SLES. It built
successfully, but is not publishing to the repo.
> * Andreas noted that the SLE_11_SP3 repository is still building.
> Publishing doesn’t start until all packages are built.