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Re: [gNewSense-users] Builder, SVN and outages

From: Kevin Dean
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] Builder, SVN and outages
Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2007 05:06:20 -0400

Oh, oh well, I saw the bug was still open and took a crack at it. :)

Basically, my rehash of gnome-app-install removes the "Commercial" box
entirely, and redoes the tooltip. There is a mention of Canonical Ltd
in it, in regard to their lack of support. I figure that should have
been removed as well.

Is a quick illustration.

The important thing, really, is that this bug has already been
corrected, but it seems that the fix has not made it to the repos
yet... I made my edits to source grabbed today.

Since the fix is in Builder, would it be possible to push this change?
Then we can finally close the bug. :)


On 7/8/07, Karl Goetz <address@hidden> wrote:
Kevin Dean wrote:
> I'm 90% done with closing bug #00075 on the Gnome version and I
> believe the KDE version will be as easy but I am unable to checkout
> Builder using the SVN, and as such, can not automate the changes.

hm... i thought i had fixed this. dont know if it will help you, but
heres the builder i did for gnome.

Sorry about making you redo work... but you've probably done better job
then me anyway ;)

> This is the third time in about 4 days that when I attempt to checkout
> Builder, it is down.

It does seem a bit unstable, yes

> I also see that it is hosted off of our server. Would it be possible
> to migrate the SVN to somewhere a bit more reliable, find a way to
> make nightly snapshots of Builder or do something to ensure that
> Builder is accessible?
> Are there gratis SVN services availible, can the FSF offer this?
> -Kevin Dean

address@hidden:~/TestingGrounds/Builder$ svn diff gen-gnome-app-install
Index: gen-gnome-app-install
--- gen-gnome-app-install       (revision 140)
+++ gen-gnome-app-install       (working copy)
@@ -17,6 +17,9 @@
 #    Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
02110-1301 USA

+# Used to autodetect dependancies:
 set -ex

 . config
@@ -30,8 +33,20 @@

 fgrep -lr X-AppInstall-Section=multiverse menu-data
menu-data-additional | xargs -r rm

-dch -D $RELEASE -v $(sed  -n
debian/changelog)  "Removed multiverse packages"
+# Removed as per Brians request.
+# sed -i -e "s/app-install-data-commercial//g" debian/control

+sed -i -e "s/val =
+sed -i -e "s/if val == True or val == False:/\#if val == True or val ==
False:/g" AppInstall/
+sed -i -e
+sed -i -e "s/ =
val/\ = val/g" AppInstall/
+sed -i -e "s/val =
+sed -i -e "s/if val == True or val == False:/if val == True or val ==
False:/g" AppInstall/
+sed -i -e
+sed -i -e "s/ =
val/ = val/g" AppInstall/
+dch -D $RELEASE -v $(sed  -n
debian/changelog)  "Removed multiverse packages. Also remove tickboxes
to enable/disable universe and commercial"
 dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -us -uc
 cd ..
 reprepro -Vb $REPODST include $RELEASE gnome-app-install*.changes

Karl Goetz
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