[packman] A_tw-libqt4 is a linked package but differs from the link source
stefan.seyfried at googlemail.com
Wed Feb 22 18:06:35 CET 2023
On 22.02.23 15:25, Manfred Hollstein wrote:
> On Wed, 22 Feb 2023, 12:46:59 +0100, Manfred Hollstein wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> the package A_tw-libqt4 fails since quite some time due to a patch which
>> cannot be applied. I took a look and found out the following:
>> 1. Multimedia/A_tw-libqt4 links to remote openSUSE.org:KDE:Qt/libqt4
>> 2. Comparing both packages results in lots of differences, e.g. the
>> failing patch does not even exist in openSUSE.org:KDE:Qt/libqt4
>> Does anybody have an idea, what could be reason for this? I would have
>> expected that both packages are identical...
>> I could remove and re-create the package again, but I prefer to actually
>> know, how this could develop!
> I have now branched the same package to our Staging project using:
> $ osc -A pmbs branch openSUSE.org:KDE:Qt libqt4 Staging A_tw-libqt4
> and enabled openSUSE_Tumbleweed as the only build architecture. Build
> doesn't start and checking the package doesn't look good either:
> $ osc -A pmbs buildinfo Staging A_tw-libqt4 openSUSE_Tumbleweed x86_64
> <buildinfo project="Staging" repository="openSUSE_Tumbleweed" package="A_tw-libqt4" downloadurl="http://pmbs-api.links2linux.de:8080">
> @Stefan, could this indicate some problems with the pmbs-api interface?
I don't think so (different Stefan, but anyway :-)
You linked a package with two spec file but your link has a name not
matching those spec files, so OBS does not know what to build and thus
excludes both spec files.
You need to add a _multibuild file or remove one of those spec files.
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