[Bug 1042231] Re: InstallPackageNames should not return until the package has been installed

Iain Lane iain at orangesquash.org.uk
Mon Sep 24 16:20:24 UTC 2012


** Description changed:

- 0.20+bzr131-0ubuntu1 on quantal.
+ [ Description ]
  
  - Call the D-Bus method InstallPackageNames() to install some package
  - You are prompted asking if you want to actually install this package, accept
  - You are pompted asking for your admin pass, enter it
  - The InstallPackageNames method returns and the package is being installed
  
  This method should not return until the package has actually be
  installed. That's the easiest way for the application to know that the
  package is now ready to be used. That's also how it's implemented in the
  official implementation of PackageKit.
+ 
+ [ Development fix ]
+ 
+ r132 in lp:sessioninstaller
+ 
+ [ SRU fix ]
+ 
+ identical
+ 
+ [ Test case ]
+ 
+ ?
+ 
+ [ Regression potential ]
+ 
+ The most likely way this will break is to make the InstallPackageNames()
+ function return at an inappropriate time. Check that it is synchronous,
+ that it doesn't return until the package is installed.

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Title:
  InstallPackageNames should not return until the package has been
  installed

Status in OEM Priority Project:
  New
Status in Session Installer:
  New
Status in “sessioninstaller” package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in “sessioninstaller” source package in Precise:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  [ Description ]

  - Call the D-Bus method InstallPackageNames() to install some package
  - You are prompted asking if you want to actually install this package, accept
  - You are pompted asking for your admin pass, enter it
  - The InstallPackageNames method returns and the package is being installed

  This method should not return until the package has actually be
  installed. That's the easiest way for the application to know that the
  package is now ready to be used. That's also how it's implemented in
  the official implementation of PackageKit.

  [ Development fix ]

  r132 in lp:sessioninstaller

  [ SRU fix ]

  identical

  [ Test case ]

  ?

  [ Regression potential ]

  The most likely way this will break is to make the
  InstallPackageNames() function return at an inappropriate time. Check
  that it is synchronous, that it doesn't return until the package is
  installed.

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