Koji only supports python3 for the cli and the core library so far. The
builder definitely does not support python3 right now.
Our spec has an explicit python2-koji requires for the builder package,
Fedora's does not for some reason.
Python3 support was added to the client in 1.13. The change was described
On Tue, Nov 28, 2017 at 4:23 PM, John Florian <john(a)doubledog.org> wrote:
I am deploying a new builder on Fedora 27 and am getting
No module named koji`. In comparing this with my other CentOS 7
builders, I see the difference appears to be that they have python2-
koji while the F27 builder has python3-koji. If I install python2-koji
the builder is able to start successfully.
First this seems like a packaging bug somehow. I'd blame the deps, but
I get the desire to be moving to Python 3 where possible. So I imagine
that there's some config option that tells the builder which to use? I
looked at a virgin kojid.conf but didn't see any hint. Nor did I in
the 1.14 release notes. What am I missing?
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