Update to libmodulemd 2.9.3
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This package by design or by error obsoletes python2-libmodulemd causing several packages on epel7 to break. I take it as error because there is nothing in changelog about added obsolete.
Bodhi is disabling automatic push to stable due to negative karma. The maintainer may push manually if they determine that the issue is not severe.
Found more errors.
@tis You're definitely right about the python3dist(six) issue, but I need more information about this Obsoletes problem you're seeing. The only Obsoletes: in here is Obsoletes: python2-modulemd < 1.3.4 (note specifically the lack of lib before modulemd. This slipped in and is completely meaningless on RHEL 7 because python2-modulemd - the precursor to libmodulemd - was never shipped there. I'll remove it from the next build, but since this can't have been causing your issues, I really need to see some yum output.
Obsoletes: python2-modulemd < 1.3.4
Please open a Bugzilla with that information and I'll get it fixed up ASAP.
(Sorry for the delay; I was on vacation last week.)
I stay corrected. Obsolete is python2-modulemd. And that package indeed is on epel7.
Ahhh, I didn't realize that had snuck out into EPEL 7. Sorry about that. I'll just drop the Obsoletes: since they don't actually conflict.
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@tis Please give the new package a try. I fixed the python36-six dependency and dropped the Obsoletes
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