On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 5:38 AM, Michael Schwendt <bugs.michael(a)gmx.net> wrote:
On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 23:24:13 -0500, Michael Stahnke wrote:
> I think I solved the repo-closure/deps scripts issues. Now it should
> be back to sending only one email, (instead of 6).
If I knew where I could find the original script, I could contribute
proof-reading. I dunno what infrastructure group membership is needed
Still missing is to switch repoclosure arch to i686 when running for i386
repos. EL is i586 and above. Some packages are not available for i386
and create false positives (e.g. kernel related deps) unless you
set the target arch to i686.
Hmm, that might be why I having odd issues. The problem when I was
testing was that every time the dep list was blank. It seemed like
that for/else combo was blanking out the container of broken deps.
However, if i386 vs i686 understand kernel stuff, then there probably
are not any broken deps on the repos I was able to test.
The issue with testing is that the repodata for the EPEL repos is
assumed to be a local URI in the provided yum.conf. (and you can't
get/send mail on pt16) So some repos I could get to and test with,
others not so much.
Perhaps if just the i386/i686 issue and the single email thing are
taken care of, everything will work correctly. Sorry for the
> Also, there was an
> indentation issue in the reporting program that was causing the
> dependencies problems to be cleared.
Not true. Your indentation breaks it. Hint: It's supposed to stay
a for...else statement, not if...else.
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