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Re: python-mwlib + odfpy is a mess.



On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 1:21 AM, Ian Weller<ian ianweller org> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 07, 2009 at 07:50:52PM -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
>> I put up a simple test page here:
>> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_page_for_mwlib
>>
> Thanks :)
>
> Thanks also to Dave Nalley volunteered to commandeer the effort to fix
> this crapola I created (whee!) so I'll double check that he read this (I
> assume so).
>
>> Good news and bad news:
>>
>> * Upstream mwlib is really chugging along.  That's healthy.
>>
>> * Current mwlib is now at 0.11.2, which is way ahead of our anemic
>>   0.9.10.  It now requires odfpy==0.9.
>>
>> * odfpy-0.9 shouldn't be too hard to do, right?  I think mwlib is the
>>   only thing using it.
>>
> Correct AFAIK...
>
>> * Oh wait, did I mention there's more?  mwlib-0.11.2 also needs
>>   python-lockfile>=0.8 and python-timelib>=0.2, neither of which we
>>   have yet, meaning more packaging.
>>
> Oh did I mention there's some dependency epic fail going on in EL-5? I
> don't know what to do about it, nor do I remember what it is, but it has
> something to do with a Python library being an older version that what
> we need and the maintainer isn't willing to update because it would
> break previous code. I'm thinking of dropping EPEL for both of these
> packages (it was odfpy that was the culprit when I was updating it to
> 0.9).
>
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Yes I have been reading and started looking at this tonight. Hopefully
will have a bit more time tomorrow to dedicate to it.


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