It feels like this week I’ve been more busy with administrative work and bug hunting than with doing actual packaging work. Still, there’s some bug-fix updates for elementary components, go and python libraries, and some updates for the packages in my COPR repositories.
I’ve bumped the fedora package for the
library to the latest commit from git to fix a potential lock ordering issue.
|golang-github-sasha-s-go-deadlock||0.2.0||10.20190427git1595213.fc31, 10.20190427git1595213.fc30||d68e2bc → 1595213|
To fix some issues with upgrading from fedora 29, or with installing certain
Pantheon DE and elementary packages when another Desktop environment is already
installed, I made the implicit conflict between the
packages explicit, to make sure dependency resolution will do the right thing.
I also submitted a change to introduce the inverse conflict to
signon as well,
to ensure that (hopefully) all conflict situations will be covered.
|gsignond||1.2.0||3.fc31, 3.fc30||conflict with signon to fix upgrades|
I updated Files to the latest upstream version, which was released this week. It features fixes for the keyboard navigation and visual fixes for the the dark theme.
|elementary-files||4.1.8||1.fc31, 1.fc30, 1.fc29||4.1.7 → 4.1.8|
While investigating a build failure of my
tomlkit package for fedora, I came
across an unrelated issue: Since this is a project that’s managed by
it uses an automatically generated
setup.py file that has some problems.
To fix some missing feature warnings, I included a patch to use the correct
version of the
setup function from
setuptools in the future.
|python-tomlkit||0.5.3||4.fc31, 4.fc30, 3.fc29, 3.fc28||use setuptools, not distutils|
I also pushed some updated packages to my COPR repositories, including new versions of both Notes-up and Spice-up. Read the upstream release notes for detailed descriptions of the new versions.
|Notes-up||2.0.1||1||2.0.0 → 2.0.1|
|Spice-up||1.8.1||1||1.8.0 → 1.8.1|
A new release of
poetry was tagged this week too, and I’ve updated the package
that’s available from my
python-staging COPR repository as well. However, due
to some rather restrictive dependency requirements,
poetry is not installable
on fedora right now.
|poetry||0.12.15||1||0.12.14 → 0.12.15|