On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 10:22 PM, Kevin Kofler <kevin.kofler(a)chello.at> wrote:
Adam Williamson wrote:
> Dennis has untagged this from Rawhide for now, as it broke ARM disk
> image composes.
That is probably Neal's fix to make -foo actually exclude foo from the
compose. That is required to make -foo work with weak dependencies, i.e.,
for when something Recommends: foo or when foo Supplements something. (We
will also be submitting a similar fix to Anaconda/livemedia-creator.)
Unfortunately, it is a behavior change for when foo is actually Required by
something else in the compose: That now produces an error instead of
silently including foo anyway. We think, however, that this is the right
thing to do (it does not make sense to have -foo in the kickstart just to
have the compose tool include foo behind your back anyway), but existing
live-kickstarts do need fixing to remove bogus exclusions.
It was not that. It was because appliance-tools has a broken import
for python-imgcreate, and doesn't even properly pull it in.
Also, appliance-tools itself doesn't require python-imgcreate, so now
that livecd-tools uses python3 by default, it can't import anything
Two simple fixes, attached to this email.
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