On 9.10.2018 22:51, Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek wrote:
>>>> On Tue, Sep 18, 2018 at 03:14:41PM +0200, Miro Hrončok wrote:
>>>>> Is anyone willing to look into automating this? Write a spec
> I wrote something that mostly seems to work:
> ../pyrenamer/depython2ize.py -b -d python-alchimia python-gzipstream \
> python-ivi python-pdfkit python-simpleparse python-walkdir \
> python-XStatic-Jasmine python-yourls ...
> If does:
>>>>> - removing python2- and python- BRs
>>>>> - removing %package -n python2 and it's metadata, description
>>>>> - removing all %py2_build, %py2_install or their older manual
>>>>> - removing python2 tests from %check
>>>>> - (sometimes) removing %py3dir or python3 dir pushd/popd dance
> yes (by default, can be disabled with a switch)
>>>>> - (sometimes) removing with_python3 conditionals as they make
>>>>> no sense
> The workflow is to first calls it with just -bd for review, and then
> with -bwn
> to actually commit.
> I tested it for packages from $(bugzilla query --blocked=1625773 -s NEW).
> For the ones that are called python-* it seems to work, and quite a lot
> of them even build fine. Sometimes manual fixups will be necessary (e.g.
> when the py2 directories or files are referenced from %build in
> For packages with generic names it doesn't work because python2
> detection is broken. Should be relatively easy to fix. I'll work on that
> tomorrow, so please just ignore them for now.
> PTAL. Let me know what bits are missing or buggy.
> I'd also be happy to help with pushing some of those patches to
> dist-git and doing the builds, but for this we need to coordinate.
> Example patches: http://in.waw.pl/~zbyszek/fedora/depy2/
Thank You, Zbyszek,
this looks very good.
Before we start going wild and use this, there are 2 things we should
1) We should query bugzilla for NEW bugs without comments. Those with
comments can be hand-triaged later (it isn't be many). Some comments may
say OK, some may say STOP.
2) There is a list of packages to remove. We should use the list and
check if the script doesn't remove anything else (e.g. it may be that we
want to remove python2-foo-coolfeature, but we need to keep
python2-foo). The results are obtainable via  and I've copied my last
results to . For every package the script wants to remove a check
should be made that pkgs[name]["verdict"] == "drop_now".
I'll try the script myself for a couple packages tomorrow.
For coordination: I was doing it in a way that I've assigned the bug to
me and changed to ASSIGNED, built, CLOSED RAWHIDE. I guess we can
continue doing this (individually or in bulks) and any number of
provenpackagers can proceed as long as / is checked.