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@phaer I've opened a tracking issue for this, and I will fix it as soon as I won't interfere with work on python 3.8.

#1743006

@phaer whoops, thanks for the info. I guess this didn't come up in our testing since we all had these packages already installed on our systems for other reasons.

Looking at the poetry metadata, it doesn't mention dependencies on these packages at all. I'll add dependencies on python3-pip and python3-lockfile manually, for now.

It looks like all (?) RPM scriptlets fail to run because SELinux blocks access to /usr/bin/bash.

Running clean --scrub all makes it work once, but subsequent runs without running clean --scrub all inbetween fail.

No issues encountered, and regression and performance test suites pass on both my systems.

@churchyard clikit isn't used yet, but future versions of poetry / cleo will depend on it. Which is why I've already packaged it in advance, to make future updates easier.

No issues encountered.

Fixes FTI issue of gradle on 32bit systems.

Passes both default and performance kernel regression test suites, and seems to work fine on both my systems.

karma

Works great, even with WebRender enabled.

Test Case firefox browse
Test Case firefox media

That conflict is by design, since they can't coexist on the system. The explicit Conflict should prevent the weak dependency from being pulled in.

If that doesn't happen (which seems to be the case, since you have to disable weak deps), please comment on the linked bug with the exact issue that dnf reports.

Looks good, and both regression and performance test suites pass on both my machines:

  • AMD ryzen 1st gen + Nvidia GTX 1070 / negativo17 drivers
  • dell XPS 13 9370 (intel i7-8550U + UHD 620)

You missed to push the python-txaio 18.8.1 update - which this package requires - to fedora 29 as well, now there are broken dependencies.

The librepo 1.9.6 update makes mock and fedpkg completely unusable due to segmentation faults during metadata download.

Just FYI, the cachedrop test failed when I ran it for the first time on my PC, but subsequent runs of the test suite passed.

Otherwise, seems to work as expected on both my systems.

Works fine with KVM / UEFI / libvirt VMs.

karma

Submitting builds with fedpkg continues to work fine.

Works great, regression and performance test suites pass with both:

  1. AMD ryzen 1st gen + Nvidia GTX 1070 / negativo17 drivers
  2. dell XPS 13 9370 (intel i7-8550U + UHD 620)
karma

Seems to work fine for basic usage of R / rpy.

Works great, regression and performance test suites pass with both:

  1. AMD ryzen 1st gen + Nvidia GTX 1070 / negativo17 drivers
  2. dell XPS 13 9370 (intel i7-8550U + UHD 620)