Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1303416
We need a more detailed description of the error
Last modified: 2016-12-20 13:20:58 EST
Created attachment 1119910 [details]
Description of problem:
We need a more detailed description of the error instead of message Installation of %PROGRAM NAME% - %PROGRAM DESCRIPTION% failed.
I want to see reason why Installation is failed for example if I run dnf here I see
# dnf install /home/mikhail/Downloads/joxi.x86_64.rpm
Last metadata expiration check performed 2:14:14 ago on Sun Jan 31 17:30:10 2016.
Error: nothing provides libQt5Core5 needed by joxi-3.0.3-3.0.3.x86_64
And of course I expected see message in Software centre "Error: nothing provides libQt5Core5 needed by %PROGRAM NAME% - %PROGRAM DESCRIPTION%" it would be more usefully than message I see now.
In F24 we show an expander with the error -- can you verify it show the detailed error for you please.
(In reply to Richard Hughes from comment #1)
> In F24 we show an expander with the error -- can you verify it show the
> detailed error for you please.
1. modal window must be made wider, for reading error text is necessary scroll this is not comfortable
2. better use widget for error text which allow copy content to the clipboard
Created attachment 1161201 [details]
Created attachment 1161202 [details]
widget example which allow copy content to clipboard
Should be fixed in https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-software/commit/?h=gnome-3-20&id=a030ff83608b8d7a39c80465b1165934368520f4
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