An updated version of proposed-migration is available to review
steve.langasek at ubuntu.com
Tue Jun 16 18:23:12 UTC 2020
Personally, my desire to manually review proposed-migration output is low :)
Is it possible to get diffs between the old and new output, over a few
iterations, that we could review in order to identify any behavior changes?
On Tue, Jun 16, 2020 at 06:07:09PM +0100, Iain Lane wrote:
> Over the last few weeks, I've been working on rebasing our extensive
> delta to proposed-migration. It's now at a state where it's ready for
> others to take a look at. Please check out the output from a dry-run
> (being re-run hourly from cron)
> There are some changes worth highlighting, all of which are courtesy of
> the upstream developers - thanks to them.
> - Installability of Build-Depends is now considered for migrating.
> - Skipped / flaky tests are now reported as "No test results" instead
> of "pass". Treating these as passes created buggy situations before,
> where skip -> fail was treated as a regression. That won't happen
> any more.
> - proposed-migration will now try to work out if a test requests needs
> more triggers (packages from proposed) for the test-deps to be
> installable, and add them if so. This should make more tests,
> particularly for transitions, work first time and not require
> - More uninstallability is detected at 'excuses' time, rather than
> 'output' time. That makes it easier to interpret.
> If you can see anything that's *wrong* in the output linked above,
> please let me know. If you run any scripts which parse the yaml, please
> try them against
> and ideally adapt them as necessary.
> Providing no issues crop up, I'll be looking to deploy this next week.
> Code is here
> Iain Lane [ iain at orangesquash.org.uk ]
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