groovy pre-open analysis | missing dists/groovy/cnf/
Dimitri John Ledkov
xnox at ubuntu.com
Sun Apr 26 20:36:01 UTC 2020
On Sun, 26 Apr 2020 at 13:18, Julian Andres Klode
<julian.klode at canonical.com> wrote:
> I did some work to get python-apt in with groovy added to the
> distribution metadata, so we don't end up with a lot of regressions
> like last cycle.
> * Various packages needed retrying with new debootstrap, as they
> missed the groovy link:
> - retried piuparts with [python-apt, debootstrap] triggers
> - retried livecd-rootfs with [python-apt, deboostrap] triggers
> - retried sbuild against ['courier/1.0.6-1build3', 'debootstrap/1.0.123ubuntu1', 'devscripts/2.20.2ubuntu3']
> * Uploaded apport, switching test dependency from unavailable python-twisted-core
> to python3-twisted. Probably needs to be SRUed to focal too, as
> twisted version seems to be the same
> Anyway, the reason I'm really writing this email:
> * The archive does not have Commands files in dists/groovy/cnf, which
> causes command-not-found to be broken, and its autopkgtest to fail.
> The tests passed initially, so I guess they were copied over from
> focal but got deleted later on.
c-n-f service probably doesn't know about groovy yet. It is deployed
as a service on that autopkgtest juju environment. Not sure which
release, or how it gets distro-info-data updated to start generating
newer c-n-f data. Maybe it should be somehow "copied" up by launchpad
upon archive opening.
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