On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 12:01 PM, Brian Edginton <edge(a)edginton.net> wrote:
On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 11:56 AM, Jesse Keating
> On Tue, 2008-09-16 at 11:48 -0600, Brian Edginton wrote:
>> Yes, I have. That set's the product and release information as it
>> traverses through correctly but doesn't effect the name of the iso,
>> which is built from a concatenation of iso_basename, version and arch
>> (pungi.py). In config.py iso_basename is defaulted to 'Fedora' but it
>> seems there is no practical way to set it from a config or cli. It
>> looks like some older turn of pungi set iso_basename to name if it was
>> empty but that has gone away now.
> Hrm, ok. I know I lost some things when we moved away from a config
> file. I don't think it's all that unreasonable to set an iso basename
> to that of name, I'll take a look (or review a patch... :)
Hint taken. Let me review it a bit more and I'll get something to you.
So, I would have expected the following change to have the effect of
setting iso_basename to 'name'.
-self.set('default', 'iso_basename', 'Fedora')
+self.set('default', 'iso_basename', self.get('default',
but what I find is that it sets iso_basename to the default value of
'name' even when 'name' has been set to another string. I can see this
because the value I set it to is actually reflected in the options
passed to the various utils that pungi calls. It is almost like
iso_basename is being evaluated before name. Is there an inherent
order that the members are instantiated in python?
What am I missing here?