On 5/13/19 11:58 AM, Neal Gompa wrote:
On Mon, May 13, 2019 at 11:40 AM John Florian
> Is this intended? The shebang in /usr/sbin/kojid wants python2. From
> what I read of the PR, librepo is preferred over yum. However, Fedora
> 30 no longer has python2-librepo. It does have python3-librepo. But as
> things are packaged, it would seem that it's required to use yum or hold
> builders back on Fedora 29.
This is unfortunately intentional. I would have switched everything
over, but I'm still waiting for imagefactory to switch to Python 3.
I wish someone would deal with that now, since koji is now broken in
Fedora 31 (there is no librepo Python 2 bindings or yum in Rawhide).
Thanks for the info Neal. I suspected it was some dependency like this,
but was having no luck in finding out for certain. I don't (think I)
use imagefactory. I make ISOs with the livemedia-creator via
spin-livemedia tasks. Is librepo so much more preferable to yum that I
might be better editing the shebang? Do they yield the same results and
librepo is just faster? It's a lot of ecosystem to try to keep up
with. I'm similarly lost with what's happening with Sigul.