I provided the fix for
centpkg prior to update here:
Centkg will need at least a patch.
@sgallagh Thanks for letting us know. We have a fix for that. I am going to apply a patch on rpkg releases (including .fc34 which is already in a stable repo). https://pagure.io/rpkg/pull-request/574
Trying to repeat the push operation. It seems it stuck for a long time.
replaced with https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2020-100a748666. This update looked like it wouldn't be pushed into stable, because it stayed in "testing->stable" state for couple of days.
Hi @nphilipp, what is your plan with this (and f30 as well) update? It looks it reached enough karma to be pushed into the stable. And later I can use this build for new regular fedpkg release.
you can try adding this fedpkg build into your update. I think it is better to release both packages together.
I have already pushed fc32 version, but currently, I am not able to build fc30 version.
python2-rpkg on Fedora29 works with this build.
@ppisar, thanks for the report. This has to be fixed on libmodulemd1 side. Maintainer already promised to fix this with adding the python2-libmodulemd1 subpackage to the release. Currently, it works with libmodule1-1.8.13-1. And "updates-testing", which contains libmodule1-1.8.15-3 repo should be disabled.
This package doesn't contain subpackage python2-libmodulemd1, which is supposed to be there. Otherwise, it causes trouble with installing python2-rpkg on Fedora29 with recently changed dependency "python2-libmodulemd1".
@churchyard: I am sorry, I thought that with the change of the bodhi update the old rpkg won't be accessible, but probably I forgot the packages, that were already installed. I have updated the fedpkg's dependency.