Bzr and DBus
russel.winder at concertant.com
Fri May 9 07:17:02 BST 2008
On Wed, 2008-05-07 at 09:37 +0800, James Henstridge wrote:
> So the fact that Russel's traceback was saying that it couldn't find
> "dbus.service" rather than "service" seems to indicate that it
> couldn't even import the top level "dbus" module.
It gets weirder. Graham Roberts spotted that he was getting this error
message on his Mac OS X machine (I mainly use Ubuntu). So I gave it a
go and also get the message:
|> bzr push
Using saved location: bzr
Unable to load plugin 'dbus' from
No new revisions to push.
Why is this totally weird? Well /usr/lib/python2.5 doesn't exist on the
Macports port, which is what Graham and I are using. On my Mac OS X
machine I appear to have a number versions of Python -- I am guessing
that the ones in macports are actually symbolic links not copies..
The point is that /usr/lib/python2.5 doesn't appear anywhere. So the
path is hardwired in the code somewhere rather than being generated by
the path of the Python in use.
I am beginning to wonder if the message itself is totally spurious? It
is still a bug, it shouldn't appear at all but maybe it is reporting the
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