The linux-igd package no longer builds against the latest libupnp package and
upstream is dead so I'm going to retire it.
To replace it I am packaging miniupnpd, which is strangely not in Fedora while the
client tool, miniupnpc, is packaged.
Can the service that creates these notifications be improved to include
an excerpt of the problems that cause a build to fail?
Begin forwarded message:
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2018 23:37:57 +0000 (UTC)
From: notifications fedoraproject org
Subject: claws-mail's builds started to fail in Fedora rawhide
Notification time stamped 2018-06-01 23:37:54 UTC
claws-mail's builds started to fail in Fedora rawhide
i tried to update a few of my packages for f28, but this fails with this message:
$ fedpkg clone nuvola-app-jango; cd nuvola-app-jango; git merge master
$ fedpkg switch-branch f28
Could not execute switch_branch: Unknown remote branch origin/f28
f29 package builds fine:
How can i solve this ?
On 29 May 2018 at 15:49, Fedora Rawhide Report <rawhide(a)fedoraproject.org>
> Package: dnf-2.7.5-15.fc29
> Old package: dnf-2.7.5-12.fc29
> Summary: Package manager
> RPMs: dnf dnf-automatic dnf-data dnf-yum python2-dnf python3-dnf
> Added RPMs: dnf-data
> Dropped RPMs: dnf-conf
> Size: 1.82 MiB
> Size change: 342.44 KiB
> * Fri May 25 2018 Martin Hatina <mhatina(a)redhat.com> - 2.7.5-13
> - Rebase to dnf from dnf-2-modularity-6 release.
> * Fri May 25 2018 Martin Hatina <mhatina(a)redhat.com> - 2.7.5-14
> - Fix patch applying.
> * Mon May 28 2018 Martin Hatina <mhatina(a)redhat.com> - 18.104.22.168
> - Do not require libdnf
It is yet another hidden change not listed in above.
python3-dnf subpackage started (again) require deltarp.
Previouselly is spec was "Recommends: deltarpm" and now it is (again)
dnf maintainer(s) knows about this
However for some reason looks like they prefers to apply kind of ostrich
Because today has been published next dnf release I'm going to repeating
the bugzilla ticket question about deltrpm question but this time
I want to believe that it was nothing more than trivial mistake because
Fedora does not offer repo with delta files so fixed instead weak
dependency does not make here IMO sense, and such change only pointlessly
enlarges the size of the @core.
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