Rebase to dnfdragora 2.0.0 to fix numerous reliability issues
sudo dnf upgrade --advisory=FEDORA-2020-9a00bc0617
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Doesn't start. Full log.
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@atim This should now be fixed. Thank you for catching that! I hadn't noticed because of the condition that causes the issue. :)
Tried this out under gnome, and saw two issues. The title of the application is shown as "Python3" in the gnome top bar. The app starts and begins refreshing repository metadata, but then crashes with the same error that @atim pointed out.
@carlwgeorge Can you try configuring it in debug mode?
Write a ~/.config/dnfdragora.yaml with the following content:
do not show groups at startup: false
interval for checking updates: 180
show updates at startup: false
It should produce a log file on next run with more details in ~/.cache/dnfdragora/dnfdragora.log
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@ngompa, seems like it starts now, thank you. It feels faster now which is really cool. 🤗 But unfortunately is still flooding with this messages in terminal:
/usr/lib64/python3.8/site-packages/yui.py:1472: Warning: Source ID 14950 was not found when attempting to remove it
return _yui.YDialog_waitForEvent(self, timeout_millisec)
and also some other issues. But at least not crashing at start for me. I'll try to run with this debug settings in near ~24H (i hope).
I previously had this contents in ~/.config/dnfdragora.yaml:
I didn't write that, I'm assuming it was left over from version 1.1.1. I changed it to what you suggested, and the program didn't launch at all, with this error:
Try reading configuration file
Skipped exception: <[Errno 2] No such file or directory: './dnfdragora.yaml'>
Finally read user settings from /home/carl/.config/dnfdragora.yaml
Unexpected error: <class 'FileNotFoundError'>
I then deleted the file entirely, and the program launches and appears to function normally. Does upstream advise deleting that file before upgrading from 1.x.x to 2.x.x?
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@carlwgeorge thanks for catching it. Upstream intention was to upgrade the configuration file, so that's a mistake. git code should have fixed it.
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