#archlinux32 | Logs for 2018-06-28

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[05:26:45] <buildmaster> python-dogpile.cache is broken (says eurobuild3).
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[07:30:08] <vboxler> Hello
[07:31:03] <vboxler> because Abiword is with flickering, i'm try to install abiword-svn
[07:31:19] <vboxler> i get this error: https://pastebin.com
[07:31:20] <phrik> Title:==> Beginne build()... libtoolize: putting auxiliary files in '.'. libtoolize: - Pastebin.com (at pastebin.com)
[07:32:40] <vboxler> @deep24through your abiword special releas will not work.
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[08:09:38] <bill-auger> abiword flocker on parabola too - https://labs.parabola.nu
[08:09:40] <phrik> Title:Bug #1787: Abiword flickers - Packages - Parabola Issue Tracker (at labs.parabola.nu)
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[08:13:30] <buildmaster> Hi deep42thought!
[08:13:57] <deep42thought> vboxler: as said before: abiword-svn is broken (also on x86_64)
[08:14:11] <deep42thought> what is the problem with my release of abiword-gtk2?
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[08:14:51] <deep42thought> bill-auger: this is on x86_64, right?
[08:18:08] <bill-auger> yes
[08:18:40] <bill-auger> reading the web now - this looks like a problem that has been present for several years on arch and ubuntu and debian
[08:18:49] <deep42thought> yeah
[08:18:59] <bill-auger> the arch suggestion is to use the gtk version of abiword
[08:19:26] <bill-auger> but i think tyhis is the gtk version
[08:19:47] <bill-auger> many ppl think it is sepecif to certain themes
[08:20:08] <deep42thought> is there also a gtk3 version of abiword?
[08:20:52] <bill-auger> this is\
[08:20:54] <bill-auger> $ ldd /usr/bin/abiword | grep gtk
[08:20:54] <bill-auger> libgtk-3.so.0 => /usr/lib/libgtk-3.so.0
[08:21:50] <deep42thought> so "abiword" package _is_ with gtk3, or what?
[08:23:00] <bill-auger> ahh the suggetion is the GTK2 version https://aur.archlinux.org
[08:23:00] <phrik> Title:AUR (en) - abiword-gtk2 (at aur.archlinux.org)
[08:23:39] <bill-auger> someone else said The flickering went away for me with abiword 3.0.1-5.
[08:23:56] <deep42thought> abiword-gtk2 works on my wifes computer, but flickers on vboxler's one
[08:24:15] <bill-auger> maybe thats true - maybe it came back - seems like a pretty obvious thing that would be noticed upstream and fixed years ago
[08:24:47] <bill-auger> try changing themes - that seems to be the mosrt common susicioun
[08:25:29] <vboxler> bill-auger: did you have an manual to change the theme with archlinux32?
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[08:25:41] <buildmaster> Hi abaumann!
[08:25:50] <deep42thought> Good morning, abaumann!
[08:25:56] <abaumann> morning deep42thought.
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[08:27:38] <wreo> what exactly are different in archlinux32 and archlinux other than being able to work on 32-bit computers? are their major differences in what software is installable?
[08:28:11] <deep42thought> wreo: there are some packages missing which we were unable to compile for i686
[08:28:52] <deep42thought> besides that, there are only "engineering" differences - e.g. we have an extra keyring for pacman, a different mirrorlist, etc.
[08:29:19] <deep42thought> wreo: you may want to have a look here: https://packages.archlinux32.org
[08:29:20] <phrik> Title:Blacklisted packages (at packages.archlinux32.org)
[08:29:29] <wreo> deep42thought, so everything on https://packages.archlinux32.org will pretty much just work like it does on regular arch?
[08:29:30] <phrik> Title:Arch Linux 32 - Package Search (at packages.archlinux32.org)
[08:29:42] <deep42thought> wreo: will -> should :-)
[08:30:19] <deep42thought> vboxler: there is also abiword-minimal in the aur - have you tried that one?
[08:30:45] <wreo> deep42thought, that answers the question, thanks :) found an old, 32-bit laptop and wanted to install arch and remembered this project
[08:33:48] <vboxler> deep42thought: i will try abiword-minimal the evening
[08:34:22] <bill-auger> this seems to be the upstream bug report https://bugzilla.abisource.com
[08:34:24] <phrik> Title:Bug 13791 - constant redraw flicker when document not empty (at bugzilla.abisource.com)
[08:34:32] <bill-auger> 2 years old still open
[08:35:07] <abaumann> yeah. I get the feeling abiword is not really that actively maintained anymore..
[08:35:23] <abaumann> just trying to fix the autoconf support..
[08:35:32] <vboxler> bill-auger: with lububuntu 18.04 abiword ist working fine
[08:36:29] <bill-auger> heres the patch https://bugzilla.abisource.com
[08:36:50] <bill-auger> probablyt so - it look like debian made that patch and applied it
[08:37:10] <bill-auger> that same patch is attached to the upstream bug but not yet accepted
[08:37:41] <deep42thought> vboxler: abiword-minimal fails to build for me
[08:44:58] <bill-auger> that gtk2 versio non the aur is the minimal version also
[08:45:06] <bill-auger> im buliding ithat now
[08:45:28] <deep42thought> bill-auger: I have built the gtk2 version yesterday
[08:45:51] <bill-auger> and did it flicker?
[08:46:20] <deep42thought> on my wifes computer: no; on vboxler's computer: yes
[08:46:49] <deep42thought> https://arch.eckner.net
[08:46:57] <deep42thought> in case you want to try it
[08:47:06] <bill-auger> im on 64 bit
[08:47:12] <deep42thought> ah, my bad
[08:52:06] <deep42thought> ah, actually, I also built the 64bit version :-)
[08:52:29] <deep42thought> https://arch.eckner.net
[08:52:54] <vboxler> abiword with archliinux, anoster system works without problem
[08:54:08] <vboxler> i mean archlinux64
[08:55:21] <bill-auger> ima try the 32bit in a VM
[08:56:15] <vboxler> bill-auger: did Abiword works in the vm without flickering?
[08:56:56] <vboxler> my Hardware Intel N270 Netbook
[08:57:26] <buildmaster> devtools is broken (says rechenknecht).
[08:57:45] <bill-auger> that 32bit version looks good in parabola VM
[08:58:06] <vboxler> Intel Corporation Mobile 945GSE Express Integrated Graphics Controller is my grafik
[08:58:52] <abaumann> I could reproduce the flicker both with i915 and within qemu (stdvga)
[08:59:25] <deep42thought> fyi: I'm currently trying to apply the patch bill-auger posted
[08:59:48] <abaumann> deep42thought: the lubuntu one?
[09:00:02] <deep42thought> https://bugzilla.abisource.com
[09:00:07] <deep42thought> that one ^
[09:00:12] <abaumann> yep. I get tons of rejects.. :-)
[09:00:22] <deep42thought> trimmed it down to 1
[09:00:23] <deep42thought> :-)
[09:00:27] <abaumann> :-)
[09:01:15] <deep42thought> most stuff was simply upstreamed :-)
[09:01:32] <vboxler> abaumann: did you testing the bugzilla patch?
[09:01:34] <abaumann> yeah. thought so. because the flicker was there before in earlier versions of abiword.
[09:01:41] <abaumann> yes.
[09:01:58] <vboxler> did the patch works?
[09:02:00] <deep42thought> ok, patch applies
[09:02:32] <abaumann> SVN commit r35466 upstream sound also interesting: "2018-06-26 01:32:32 Commit fix for flicker and caret problems. This was caused by the m_pG->flush call at the end of gr_Caret.cpp::_blink() method."
[09:03:22] <bill-auger> and that 64bit version looks good in parabola VM
[09:03:34] <deep42thought> bill-auger: the gtk2 one?
[09:03:41] <bill-auger> the one you posted above
[09:03:44] <deep42thought> yeah
[09:03:45] <deep42thought> ok
[09:04:28] <bill-auger> the gtk2 version i just built from AUR look good on my hardware
[09:09:45] <bill-auger> if you want to apply the debian patch this is the actual one in sid https://sources.debian.org
[09:10:20] <deep42thought> won't apply
[09:10:28] <deep42thought> it still contains stuff that was upstreamed
[09:11:41] <bill-auger> it says 3.0.2-6
[09:12:04] <bill-auger> so that should be the upstream latest
[09:12:23] <deep42thought> hmm, dunno - I'm currently compiling with the other patch you sent
[09:12:32] <deep42thought> but I can retry with the sid one later
[09:12:58] <bill-auger> this is the pristine tar in sid http://http.debian.net
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[09:38:30] <bill-auger> the patch i got from sid is applied and is building aginast the current parabola PKGBUILD
[09:39:02] <deep42thought> I just pushed the other patch :-/
[09:39:42] <deep42thought> https://git.archlinux32.org
[09:39:43] <phrik> Title:archlinux32/packages: Package customizations and pure-i686 packages - Archlinux32 Gitea (at git.archlinux32.org)
[09:40:02] <abaumann> let's test. :-)
[09:40:12] <deep42thought> it helped on x86_64
[09:40:53] <bill-auger> we cant take yours though - from what im reading it has some non-free fonts in it - so parabola has been building a custom version all along
[09:44:02] <abaumann> the gtk2 version on stable archlinux32 does funny stuff: it logs me out, as soon as I start typing. No (or only) little flickering tough..
[09:44:22] <bill-auger> oh well thats good
[09:44:33] <bill-auger> no flickering on the login screen either
[09:45:19] <bill-auger> too bad facebook doesnt have that feature
[09:45:24] <abaumann> :-)
[09:45:45] <abaumann> * abaumann: afk - gone shoppinge
[09:46:23] <bill-auger> as soon as you start typing it could turn your computer off just after alerting "GO OUTSIDE and get a life"
[09:47:40] <deep42thought> lol
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[09:56:41] <bill-auger> i think you may want to apply more patches that that one - look at how many debian has https://sources.debian.org
[09:56:42] <phrik> Title:Package: abiword | Debian Sources (at sources.debian.org)
[09:56:51] <bill-auger> and arch https://git.archlinux.org
[09:56:52] <phrik> Title:trunk - svntogit/packages.git - Git clone of the 'packages' repository (at git.archlinux.org)
[09:57:04] <deep42thought> we're not removing the arch patches
[09:57:27] <bill-auger> oh that gitlab repo is like an overlay
[09:57:31] <deep42thought> and I'd say debian sets the absolute bearable maximum of patches to apply
[09:57:53] <deep42thought> yeah, that gitlab shows only the modification :-)
[09:58:11] <deep42thought> reduces maintenance burden
[09:58:16] <deep42thought> ... at least in theory
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[09:59:54] <bill-auger> the patch from sid seems to work very well
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[10:11:52] <deep42thought> tyzoid: the upload from your build slave to the build master is 30kByte/s only
[10:30:16] <abaumann> https://lists.gnu.org
[10:30:18] <phrik> Title:Re: Bug: "possibly undefined macro: AC_MSG_ERROR" (at lists.gnu.org)
[10:30:57] <abaumann> what I don't get, this should fail in many many packages..
[10:34:59] <deep42thought> abaumann: I fear, I don't understand the problem at all
[10:35:12] <abaumann> who does? :-)
[10:35:19] <deep42thought> :-D
[10:35:20] <abaumann> it's autotools/m4 we are talking about..
[10:40:54] <deep42thought> hrrm, downgrading qt5-base alone produces other errors
[10:41:20] <abaumann> mmh.. so using the new qt5 and patch the bugs which appear?
[10:41:45] <deep42thought> no, too many packages
[10:41:57] <deep42thought> I guess, we just need to put more packages in [build-support]
[10:42:04] <deep42thought> question is just: which packages :-)
[10:42:24] <abaumann> in the worst case all of qt5
[10:42:37] <deep42thought> ... also too many packages :-D
[10:42:47] <abaumann> what is upstream doing?
[10:43:05] <deep42thought> not building
[10:43:17] <deep42thought> e.g. they built with the old version
[10:43:43] <abaumann> ah. :-)
[10:46:52] <deep42thought> oh, some packages were even built with qt5-base 5.10.1 (not 5.11.0 or 5.11.1)
[10:46:53] <deep42thought> :-/
[10:46:58] <deep42thought> https://ptpb.pw
[10:47:58] <abaumann> on 64-bit I see all 5.11.1-
[10:48:34] <deep42thought> the link are the qt5 packages which were installed during the build of wiznote on x86_64
[10:48:40] <abaumann> ah.
[10:49:08] <abaumann> yeah. after qt5 all dependend packages should be recompiled forcefully.
[10:49:59] <abaumann> the build process should rebuild the whole tree above an updated package. Now if you change glibc or the toolchain, this means a complete rebuild.
[10:50:19] <deep42thought> upstream should do this, yeah
[10:50:24] <abaumann> exactly
[10:50:31] <deep42thought> we only order the builds "correctly"
[10:50:50] <abaumann> and we would hardly have the resources to do such builds..
[10:51:00] <abaumann> ..same applies most likely to upstream.
[10:51:09] <deep42thought> well, if it's automated and doesn't break, we _do_ have the resources ;-)
[10:51:35] <abaumann> :-)
[10:59:54] <abaumann> m4_pattern_allow([AC_MSG_ERROR])
[11:00:11] <abaumann> most likely the wrong thing to do, but then abiword-svn autoreconf works.
[11:00:37] <abaumann> something about over-quoted macro names and stuff.
[11:00:42] <abaumann> never liked M4.. :-)
[11:16:14] <abaumann> .. ah, and some more bugs around AX_CHECK_COMPILE_FLAG causing configure to fail.
[11:16:23] <abaumann> I'll comment on the AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org
[11:16:24] <phrik> Title:AUR (en) - abiword-svn (at aur.archlinux.org)
[11:16:33] <deep42thought> thanks!
[11:16:55] <abaumann> I'm just curious, if the SVN version works and is not flickering..
[11:16:59] <deep42thought> btw: wiznote fails with all qt5-* versions = 5.11.0, too
[11:17:46] <abaumann> yeah. so quite some Qt5 applications need fixing.
[11:18:13] <abaumann> nevertheless, I think we should upgrade Qt5 (because that's what upstream did) and just kope with the failing packages (not fixing them).
[11:18:27] <abaumann> and report the bugs to the authors of those packages.
[11:18:45] <abaumann> this means, some packages will be broken for some time most likely
[11:18:55] <deep42thought> ok
[11:18:56] <abaumann> * abaumann is just venting an opinion here :-)
[11:19:23] <abaumann> the alternative is to stick to a qt version where most software is working, but I don't think, this is the Arch way.
[11:19:58] <abaumann> we just should not do 32-specific patches for qt5-bugs as I did yesterday :-)
[11:20:36] <deep42thought> problem is, that archlinux fixes stuff sometimes in trunk only
[11:20:50] <deep42thought> and I don't see a convenient way to build _some_ packages from trunk
[11:21:39] <abaumann> that's true
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[12:36:09] <abaumann> buildmaster: !wtf /usr/lib/libebook-1.2.so.19
[12:36:40] <abaumann> !wtf /usr/lib/libebook-1.2.so.19
[12:36:46] <phrik> abaumann: extra/evolution-data-server
[12:37:17] <abaumann> thanks phrik :-)
[12:39:16] <abaumann> abiword-svn works on stable without flickering.
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[13:13:20] <bill-auger> abaumann: that abiword-svn is only in AUR yes? - but it is the upstream source with the flicker fix already applied upstream ?
[13:13:29] <bill-auger> oaken-source ^
[13:14:16] <bill-auger> the parabola package is actually maintained by oaken-source - i just let him know that i fixed the bug - but he will probably be interested if there is a better fix
[13:36:15] <buildmaster> Huh, I don't know that one.
[13:36:34] <deep42thought> buildmaster: better late than never ...
[13:50:17] <abaumann> bill-auger: I suppose so. but I didn't compare the Debian patch with the SVN of abiword..
[13:51:29] <abaumann> I documented how to work around the problems in the current SVN version, but by no means this is the proper solution..
[13:53:37] <bill-auger> there was no work around needed the way i did it - the patch applied cleanly
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[13:57:04] <abaumann> bill-auger: you also did NOCONFIGURE=1 ./autogen.sh and configure .., I suppose?
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[14:01:12] <abaumann> BTW: abiword-svn also builds and runs fine (with the hack) on testing and staging.
[14:02:33] <abaumann> mmh. the flickering seems to be fixed differently in the patch than in SVN.
[14:02:33] <deep42thought> we have now abiword-3.0.2-7.1 in testing - which has the anti-flicker patch applied
[14:03:08] <deep42thought> question is if we should apply one patch, the other or both :-D
[14:05:13] <abaumann> Was the patch to 3.0.2 reported back to abiword?
[14:05:28] <abaumann> The https://bugzilla.abisource.com patch I mean?
[14:05:35] <deep42thought> i don't konw
[14:05:42] <deep42thought> *know
[14:05:56] <abaumann> ah. the domain name tells me, it was :-)
[14:06:23] <deep42thought> sry, my brain's a little slow afer lunch :-/
[14:06:30] <abaumann> mine too :-)
[14:07:38] <bill-auger> that is the upstream bug https://bugzilla.abisource.com
[14:07:40] <phrik> Title:Bug 13791 - constant redraw flicker when document not empty (at bugzilla.abisource.com)
[14:07:57] <bill-auger> the patch there was written by patch James Cameron 2017-08-17 07:19
[14:07:57] <abaumann> ah. thanks. that was the number I was search for.
[14:08:24] <bill-auger> i have not compared it exactly - but that same person authored the debvian patch at the same time
[14:08:52] <bill-auger> that is here https://bugs.debian.org
[14:08:55] <phrik> Title:#851052 - abiword: Work area flickers up to 30 thimes on every Charachter input - Debian Bug report logs (at bugs.debian.org)
[14:09:19] <abaumann> mmh. long discussion there.
[14:09:26] <abaumann> so the patch seems to do the trick for 3.0.2
[14:09:37] <abaumann> but somehow it was also fixed in SVN later in a different way.
[14:09:38] <bill-auger> yea that bug has been around for years
[14:12:33] <abaumann> just tested abiword-3.0.2-7.1 on staging/testing. works fine without flickering. so I would keep it that way.
[14:13:00] <bill-auger> i applied the patch from sid https://sources.debian.org onto the upstream 3.0.2 - this PKGBUILD https://git.parabola.nu
[14:13:01] <phrik> Title:PKGBUILD\abiword\libre - abslibre.git - Libre Packages Build Scripts for the Parabola GNU/Linux-libre (Arch Build System Libre) (at git.parabola.nu)
[14:13:10] <bill-auger> that applied cleanly and seems tro have worked well
[14:14:38] <abaumann> looks like this patch is the smaller version of the one reported back to abiword.
[14:14:55] <abaumann> both by James Cameron.
[14:15:39] <deep42thought> probably, debian dropped all the parts that were alread upstreamed
[14:15:43] <deep42thought> - as did we :-)
[14:15:47] <abaumann> :-)
[14:16:01] <abaumann> speaking of upstream: has Archlinux a bug on that flickering?
[14:16:20] <deep42thought> nope
[14:16:21] <bill-auger> there is one mentioned but i think it was fixed
[14:16:38] <bill-auger> about 2 years ago and theyre calling it a regression now
[14:18:00] <bill-auger> i think it was this one https://bugs.archlinux.org
[14:18:01] <phrik> Title:FS#46659 : [nvidia-304xx] Abiword exhibiting flickering of screen (at bugs.archlinux.org)
[14:18:39] <bill-auger> and a discussion about it here https://bbs.archlinux.org
[14:18:40] <phrik> Title:abiword flickering / Applications & Desktop Environments / Arch Linux Forums (at bbs.archlinux.org)
[14:19:50] <abaumann> both mention 32-bit only.
[14:19:51] <deep42thought> It gives me the impression, there are too many reasons for causing flickering and each time they close this bug report _one_ reason got fixed.
[14:20:12] <abaumann> and it seems to have been fixed in earlier versions, and popped up again.
[14:20:44] <bill-auger> all o can say it that it was terrible - like unusable - and now it usable
[14:21:20] <abaumann> abiword 3.0.2-7 flickers on Archlinux 64 like mad.
[14:21:28] <abaumann> So it's worth to open a new bug :-)
[14:21:43] <deep42thought> I reached my bug-report limit for june
[14:21:51] <abaumann> lol
[14:22:09] <abaumann> really? there is such a thing?
[14:22:12] <deep42thought> with all this qt5 bugs :-D
[14:22:15] <deep42thought> no, there isn't
[14:22:18] <abaumann> :-)
[14:22:24] <deep42thought> or at least I've never reached it :-P
[14:22:47] <deep42thought> I guess, when you're opening too many (useless) bugs, you'll get banned
[14:22:59] <abaumann> That would be me then.. ;-)
[14:23:02] <deep42thought> lol
[14:23:53] <abaumann> so, deep42thought, you did the patch, you deserve the honour to report it. ;-)
[14:24:02] <deep42thought> what honor?
[14:24:26] <abaumann> to open a bug report upstream :-)
[14:24:38] <abaumann> or we can summon eli here. :->
[14:26:30] <deep42thought> !bug 59169
[14:26:31] <phrik> https://bugs.archlinux.org
[14:28:30] <abaumann> b^.^d
[14:28:32] <deep42thought> thanks for the confirmation :-)
[14:29:25] <abaumann> I also attached the two bugreport links.
[14:29:32] <abaumann> *patches rather
[14:36:24] <bill-auger> one key thing of note - the debian bug reports says f that patch "Note that this doesn't work with Wayland"
[14:37:01] <deep42thought> like "it breaks with wayland" or "it doesn't help with wayland"?
[14:37:20] <bill-auger> that all it says i dunno - exact quote
[14:37:37] <deep42thought> ok
[15:17:52] <buildmaster> pcsx2 is broken (says nlopc46).
[15:24:13] <abaumann> I start to report Qt5 bugs upstream (Archlinux) and upupstream (original author, if necessary), for instance obs-studio has already a patch in master for new Qt5, but release 21.1.1 fails building.
[15:24:28] <abaumann> So this way the maintainer upstream is alerted when he releases a new version.
[15:24:36] <deep42thought> ok, thanks!
[15:25:08] <abaumann> and we can add a 'see upstream FS#xxx' in our package list. :-)
[15:25:16] <deep42thought> :-)
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[15:43:55] <abaumann> deep42thought: https://packages.archlinux32.org No known signature found - I found: > 16194A82231E9EF823562181C8E8F5A0AF9BA7E7
[15:43:56] <phrik> Title:email-log (at packages.archlinux32.org)
[15:44:02] <abaumann> My sign key is no longer accepted?
[15:44:12] <abaumann> oh.
[15:44:15] <abaumann> stupid me. :-)
[15:44:21] <abaumann> I should use my real key to sign..
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[16:21:14] <buildmaster> pandoc is broken (says tyzoid-srv0-bs0).
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[17:01:11] <tyzoid> buildmaster: what's up
[17:01:12] <buildmaster> up? I'm up for 1 week, 2 days, 10 hours, 36 minutes, load average: 0.72, 0.88, 0.84
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[17:38:07] <buildmaster> Hi deep42thought!
[17:38:18] <deep42thought> tyzoid: any problems?
[17:38:25] <deep42thought> or are you just playing with buildmaster?
[17:40:11] <tyzoid> deep42thought: got an email from uptimerobot saying buildmaster was offline for 10 hours
[17:40:28] <tyzoid> https://status.archlinux32.org
[17:40:45] <tyzoid> Due to connection timeout on http
[17:41:36] <deep42thought> yes
[17:41:51] <deep42thought> as said before, the upload from your buildslave to the buildmaster was also quite slow
[17:42:25] <deep42thought> this intercontinental setup is suboptimal
[17:43:47] <deep42thought> but it should not be _that_ flaky ...
[17:43:50] <tyzoid> deep42thought: Doubt it's that issue - it's from the third party status monitor just requesting http://buildmaster.archlinux32.org
[17:43:51] <phrik> Title:Buildmaster for Archlinux32 packages (at buildmaster.archlinux32.org)
[17:44:00] <tyzoid> and that timing out
[17:44:04] <deep42thought> oh
[17:44:22] <deep42thought> if you want to test the cross-continental latency, you can simply run:
[17:44:27] <deep42thought> buildmaster: wtf /etc/fstab
[17:44:38] <buildmaster> deep42thought: [core] filesystem (2018.1-2.1): /etc/fstab /usr/share/factory/etc/fstab
[17:44:48] <tyzoid> buildmaster: wtf /etc/fstab
[17:44:51] <buildmaster> tyzoid: [core] filesystem (2018.1-2.1): /etc/fstab /usr/share/factory/etc/fstab
[17:44:59] <tyzoid> faster when cached on the api system too
[17:45:10] <deep42thought> yeah, just run it twice, then :-)
[17:47:48] <deep42thought> apropos "cache": I removed the "$host" part from packages.archlinux32.org's cache hash
[17:48:14] <deep42thought> this should cause no problems as long as we don't server user-specific content
[17:53:48] <tyzoid> Don't think anything is necessary there for now
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[18:13:58] <tyzoid> abaumann / deep42thought: any news on PAE?
[18:25:46] <Cthulu201> deep42thought, how do you build pkgbase ghc?
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[18:38:48] <deep42thought> tyzoid: not from my side - I didn't know I have any part in that :-D
[18:39:02] <deep42thought> Cthulu201: umm, I can't remember, we did anything special
[18:39:10] <deep42thought> or do you mean all the haskell-* packages?
[18:40:39] <Cthulu201> It needs itself to build, and --nocheck doesn't work.
[18:40:51] <deep42thought> O.o
[18:41:45] <deep42thought> for compilers, my workaround is usually a "tar -C / -xJf .../$compiler-$oldver.pkg.tar.xz"
[18:41:57] <deep42thought> but I can't remember that this was necessary with ghc
[18:42:03] <Cthulu201> Trying to build it for armv6h and aarch64, since it's not on those archs.
[18:42:11] <Cthulu201> Not even an old version
[18:42:58] <deep42thought> uh, I'm afraid, you need to cross compile it, then :-/
[18:43:28] <Cthulu201> Yeah, that's what tyzoid had mentioned to me earlier.
[18:43:42] <deep42thought> https://ghc.haskell.org
[18:43:43] <phrik> Title:CrossCompilation – GHC (at ghc.haskell.org)
[18:44:20] <Cthulu201> rgr, thanks.
[18:44:30] <tyzoid> Cthulu201: If warheads is busy, perhaps ping someone else in alarm?
[18:46:34] <Cthulu201> I already pinged someone, thanks. Why is anyone using Haskell if it's this annoying?
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[18:48:49] <tyzoid> beats me
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[18:50:47] <deep42thought> btw: the auto-rescheduler has now even a little more might: it can reschedule a package A if A depends on something (B), that will be replaced by a newer version, if A won't be replaced by a newer version
[18:51:19] <deep42thought> e.g. if otherwise moving of B would be blocked due to A not being replaced
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[19:14:12] <tyzoid> awesome
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[23:14:08] <deep42thought> tyzoid: levi is having problems getting the sign-in email from the bugtracker: https://bbs.archlinux32.org
[23:14:09] <buildmaster> Hi deep42thought!
[23:14:10] <phrik> Title:[SOLVED] mplayer not working since update to ffmpeg 1.4.0 / Pacman / Pacman Upgrades / Arch Linux 32 Forums (at bbs.archlinux32.org)
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