@mastaiza: Can you please try again. When I try to install them from the repo, I don't get the same error you saw. I'm guessing you downloaded the RPM and tried it directly?
$ sudo dnf install --enablerepo=updates-testing xiphos biblesync Fedora 28 - x86_64 - Test Updates 2.0 MB/s | 16 MB 00:08 Last metadata expiration check: 0:00:11 ago on Thu 17 May 2018 05:54:27 PM UTC. Dependencies resolved. ========================================================================================================= Package Arch Version Repository Size ========================================================================================================= Installing: xiphos x86_64 4.1.0-1.fc28 updates-testing 5.2 M Installing dependencies: biblesync x86_64 1.2.0-1.fc28 updates-testing 35 k clucene-core x86_64 220.127.116.11-31.20130812.e8e3d20git.fc28 fedora 588 k gtkhtml3 x86_64 4.10.0-7.fc28 fedora 826 k libgsf x86_64 1.14.41-5.fc28 fedora 246 k sword x86_64 1.8.1-1.fc28 fedora 729 k yelp x86_64 2:3.28.1-1.fc28 updates-testing 783 k yelp-libs x86_64 2:3.28.1-1.fc28 updates-testing 108 k yelp-xsl noarch 3.28.0-1.fc28 updates-testing 209 k Transaction Summary ========================================================================================================= Install 9 Packages Total download size: 8.7 M Installed size: 22 M
mastaiza: What command did you run to get that result? Because that provide appears to be part of this update.
$ rpm -q --provides ~/Downloads/biblesync-1.2.0-1.fc28.x86_64.rpm biblesync = 1.2.0-1.fc28 biblesync(x86-64) = 1.2.0-1.fc28 libbiblesync.so.1.2()(64bit)
Getting the result you have would probably be toggled by just downloading the Xiphos RPM itself and trying to install it, but if you try to install both updates in the same command (or wait until they're pushed to testing and install them from the updates-testing repo), then that should work for you.
Well, my +1 was premature. I had originally given it +1 because the 2.12.1 version doesn't produce a python error about missing modules like the currently available 2.7 does. However, trying to execute something beyond a normal "molecule --help" now produces the following:
ERROR: Python version '3.6.5' not supported. Molecule only supports python version = 2.7.