On Wed, Feb 05, 2020 12:32:57 +0100, Miro Hrončok wrote:
In Fedora 32, we have updated Python to 3.8:
There are last 13 packages that were still not successfully rebuilt with
Python 3.8 and they require Python 3.7 at run-time, causing broken
dependencies. The packages are not installable. I don't think the bugzillas
are moving anywhere.
Technically, such noninstallable packages should be retired one week before
the beta freeze. I'm writing this e-mail to raise awareness about the
problem. Some of the packages are awaiting upstream fixes.
Maintainers by package:
Upstream has been informed, but they're just too busy to fix it at the
moment. It isn't a simple enough issue for me to fix either,
unfortunately. I'll have another look this week.
I think nineml is a leaf package that isn't affecting other packages.
So, could we please leave it with the hope that upstream will be able to
look at it sometime soon? Otherwise, we'll have just retire and
un-retire it when upstream does eventually get to it.
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD" (He / Him / His) |
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