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karma

Works fine.

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karma

Works as expected.

karma

Seems to work fine.

karma

Seems to work fine.

karma

Works fine; default and performance regression tests also passed on both my systems:

  • ryzen 1700X + NVidia GTX 1070 / negativo17 drivers
  • dell XPS 13 9370 (2018)
karma

Works fine on both my systems; default and performance regression tests pass:

  • ryzen 1700X + NVidia GTX 1070 / negativo17 drivers
  • dell XPS 13 9370 (2018)

Works fine, no issues encountered.

@kevin done: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1793724

Though in this case it looks like you yourself were the one shifting the sands :)

Note that this update introduces a broken dependency:

nothing provides python3-pycdio needed by koji-builder-1.20.0-1.fc30.noarch

karma

Works fine, default and performance regression tests pass on both my systems.

Works fine, no issues encountered.

karma

Seems to work fine, can decode vp8 and vp9 video streams.

Works fine. Default and performance test suites pass on both my systems:

  • ryzen 1700X + NVidia GTX 1070 / negativo17 drivers
  • dell XPS 13 9370

Just as a heads-up: You're now missing something like ExclusiveArch: %{qt5_qtwebengine_arches}, since QtWebEngine isn't available on ppc64le and s390x. This also affects the rawhide build.

See mnemosyne for another example of this: https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/mnemosyne/blob/master/f/mnemosyne.spec

For reference: This is the "Noarch with unported dependencies" case, as it's called in the packaging guidelines: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/packaging-guidelines/#_noarch_with_unported_dependencies

karma

Seems to cause no issues.

Now I see - this error doesn't come from rawhide (it's also present there), but from EPEL.

This condition is always true (0<8), because the macro isn't defined on fedora: https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/caribou/blob/master/f/caribou.spec#_29

This update is not installable without FEDORA-2020-f147077561.

In such cases, those two builds really should be in one common update, but it's too late for that now.

Make sure this gets pushed to stable after python-email-validator.

This update is not installable due to the (accidentally?) removed python2 package. The python2 package should be kept in fedora 31.

  • nothing provides python2-caribou = 0.4.21-18.fc31 needed by caribou-0.4.21-18.fc31.x86_64
  • nothing provides python2-caribou = 0.4.21-18.fc31 needed by caribou-antler-0.4.21-18.fc31.x86_64

Looks like this happened because rawhide commits were merged back into f31 without checking for collateral damage.

What I don't understand is why the conditionals for python2 vs. python3 don't seem to work correctly.

This update is not installable due to the (accidentally?) removed python2 package. The python2 package should be kept in fedora 30.

  • nothing provides python2-caribou = 0.4.21-18.fc30 needed by caribou-0.4.21-18.fc30.x86_64
  • nothing provides python2-caribou = 0.4.21-18.fc30 needed by caribou-antler-0.4.21-18.fc30.x86_64

Looks like this happened because rawhide commits were merged back into f30 without checking for collateral damage.

What I don't understand is why the conditionals for python2 vs. python3 don't seem to work correctly.

Seems to work fine, no issues encountered.