Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 142431
Bad file modes in some postgresql-* subpackages
Last modified: 2013-07-02 23:03:06 EDT
postgresql-devel, postgresql-python and postgresql-jdbc contain spurious
executable bits for some files. Fix attached.
Created attachment 108240 [details]
Fix permissions, against 7.4.6-2 in devel
Hmm, I don't think you got the .py file permissions quite right ---
I'd suppose that the ones with /usr/bin/python headers ought to be
executable. The other changes look good though. Thanks!
Yes... but that's exactly how the patch is supposed to behave. The
only *.py that "need" execute permissions are advanced.py and
basics.py, both in tutorial/
All others (pg*.py in site-packages, func.py and syscat.py in
tutorial/) should not need that, they're libraries, not scripts.
The patch as given zapped setup.py, and didn't zap the non-executable
files in tutorial/. Maybe you intended chmod 644 ...
PyGreSQL/tutorial/*.py rather than PyGreSQL/*.py?
Yes, exactly. Guilty as charged, and thanks for the sanity check.
Patch applied in this morning's releases (7.4.6-1.FC?.2). Thanks for
spotting the problem.