You probably noticed, that there is ongoing build of all Python packages
in Copr  and today, I was approached by Miroslav Suchý, that he'd
like to do the same for rubygems. And this in turn triggered these
1) Would you be interested to create ruby-sig group in FAS? We could
make the group owner of some packages and in turn, the members of the
group could maintain the packages, without explicitly asking for some ACLs.
2) For the Copr rebuild of rubygems, there needs to be some FAS group
again. Python guys are asking for "pypi-builds-sig" group , hence
following their lead, I'd like to ask for "rubygems-builds-sig" group
(note that although I don't like the '-sig' suffix in this case, it is
mandated by the infrastructure ticket template).
So what are your thoughts?
any objection against updating of hashie from 2.0.5 to 3.5.5? I would
update it on rawhide after upcoming Fedora branching (for F27+).
There is no strict reason for it, I just have a software (occi-core),
which claims specific requirement 'hashie >= 3.3.1', but it works fine
with the current version 2.0.5.
Dependencies of hashie are:
Only problematic seems to be chef-zero requiring 'hashie < 3'. The
newer version on rubygems requires only 'hashie < 4.0 >= 2.0', so maybe
it is only about relaxing it in the package.
No I feel ashamed that although I was lobbying for gcc BR, I never used
it in my packages. So thank you František for doing so (I assume that
you were forced to do so due to gcc missing in buildroot, right?).
Now I just wonder, wouldn't it be better to add these requires into
ruby-devel? Although one can BR: ruby-devel just because of the macros,
so this would be unnecessary.
So my other idea is to modify gem2rpm to add the requires whenever the
gem has binary extension. There might be false positives as well, but
one should review the otput of gem2rpm, so it is possible to remove the
BR in case it is not required.
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Předmět: Fedora rawhide compose report: 20170221.n.1 changes
Datum: Wed, 22 Feb 2017 08:47:10 +0000
Od: Fedora Rawhide Report <rawhide(a)fedoraproject.org>
Přeposláno - Komu: Development discussions related to Fedora
Old package: rubygem-ox-2.4.7-3.fc26
Summary: Fast XML parser and object serializer
RPMs: rubygem-ox rubygem-ox-doc
Size: 801282 bytes
Size change: 2056 bytes
* Tue Feb 21 2017 FrantiÅ¡ek DvoÅÃ¡k <valtri(a)civ.zcu.cz> - 2.4.9-1
- Update to 2.4.9 (#1413428)
- Add gcc BR as required by C and C++ guidelines
Since webmock was FTBFS for a while and update to Ruby 2.4 didn't make
it any better, I decided to bump the webmock from old 1.21.0 release to
version 2.3.2 and honestly, I am not 100% sure what it might break. It
seems that the changes were not that intrusive, but nonetheless some
changes might be required according to the CHANGELOG . This is the
list of possibly affected packages:
Sorry for any inconvenience.