On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 11:47 AM Richard W.M. Jones <rjones(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Mon, Feb 24, 2020 at 08:56:04AM +0000, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
> OCaml 4.10.0 was released over the weekend.
> We currently have OCaml 4.10.0 beta 1 in Rawhide. It's not that far
> away from 4.10.0. Unfortunately since building beta 1, Fedora 32 was
> forked from Rawhide so we now have the beta 1 build in Fedora 32 as
> Hopefully the plan is as follows:
> (1) Rebuild OCaml 4.10.0 in a side tag then move it to Rawhide. I
> don't expect any difficulties here since all the hard work was already
> done when I built beta 1.
It was rather more painful than I thought it would be, but it's done
The major highlights were:
- coccinelle still FTBFS as before
- opam FTBFS: seems to be an unpackaged dependency
- plplot FTBFS: nothing unusual there
- I didn't try to build the coq part of the stack at all
> (2) Merge all those changes into the f32 branches of the ocaml*
I will do this next.
> (3) (This is where it gets more speculative because my mass rebuild
> script has only ever been run against Rawhide ...) Rebuild in a side
> tag of Fedora 32, and if that goes well then merge the side tag in
This is where I might need help. I have a few questions:
- There was something go on with Bodhi a few days ago which meant
that you didn't want me to start this. Can I start now?
- Do I need to submit Bodhi updates for each build? (Note I'll be
building into an f32 side tag)
- If yes to the previous, can I short-circuit the need to wait for
Bodhi updates? I really hope I don't have to wait for each update
to go through.
Yeah, because the updates-testing activation happened, which means
that just submitting builds is not enough anymore.
If you did things "normally", you'd need to create buildroot overrides
for each build, wait, submit the next build, and repeat - which is
obviously a painful process.
But since you're using a side tag, you should not need to create
either buildroot overrides or individual updates, but just build
everything in the side tag and create an update from the side tag
contents. However, I'm not sure if bodhi can do that for non-rawhide
branches yet. I also think this is only possible with the bodhi CLI,
not from the web interface ... I hope somebody else can fill in the
details here, this is all pretty new stuff and I haven't yet had a
chance to create side-tag updates in bodhi myself.
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