Bug 230800 - does not run (dbus-python disagreements)
does not run (dbus-python disagreements)
Status: CLOSED DUPLICATE of bug 241981
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: Democracy (Show other bugs)
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Assigned To: Thorsten Scherf
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Reported: 2007-03-02 17:51 EST by Bill Nottingham
Modified: 2014-03-16 23:05 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 2007-06-01 02:45:13 EDT
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Description Bill Nottingham 2007-03-02 17:51:19 EST
Description of problem:


[notting@nostromo: ~]$ democracyplayer 
/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/democracy/eventloop.py:17: RuntimeWarning:
Python C API version mismatch for module fasttypes: This Python has API version
1013, module fasttypes has version 1012.
  import database
/usr/bin/democracyplayer:81: DeprecationWarning: The dbus_bindings module is
deprecated and will go away soon.

dbus-python 0.80 provides only a partial emulation of the old
dbus_bindings, which was never meant to be public API.

Most uses of dbus_bindings are applications catching the exception
dbus.dbus_bindings.DBusException. You should use dbus.DBusException
instead (this is compatible with all dbus-python versions since 0.40.2).

If you need additional public API, please contact the maintainers via
<dbus@lists.freedesktop.org>.

  import dbus_bindings
/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/dbus_bindings.py:5: DeprecationWarning: The
dbus_bindings module is deprecated and will go away soon.

dbus-python 0.80 provides only a partial emulation of the old
dbus_bindings, which was never meant to be public API.

Most uses of dbus_bindings are applications catching the exception
dbus.dbus_bindings.DBusException. You should use dbus.DBusException
instead (this is compatible with all dbus-python versions since 0.40.2).

If you need additional public API, please contact the maintainers via
<dbus@lists.freedesktop.org>.

  from dbus.dbus_bindings import *
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/democracyplayer", line 89, in <module>
    onetime.OneTime()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/democracy/onetime.py", line 105, in
__init__
    bus_name = BusNameFlags('org.participatoryculture.dtv.onetime', bus=bus,
flags=dbus.dbus_bindings.NAME_FLAG_DO_NOT_QUEUE)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/democracy/onetime.py", line 53, in __new__
    retval = dbus.dbus_bindings.bus_request_name(bus.get_connection(), name,
flags=flags)
TypeError: request_name() takes no keyword arguments

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

Democracy-0.9.5.1-4.fc7
Comment 1 Thorsten Scherf 2007-03-03 06:15:02 EST
does this happen on x86 or x86_64?
Comment 2 Bill Nottingham 2007-03-03 09:58:11 EST
This was x86.
Comment 3 Jens Petersen 2007-05-10 22:37:59 EDT
With Democracy-0.9.5.1-8.fc7.x86_64 I see the same backtrace
(without the initial warning from eventloop.py).
Comment 4 Valent Turkovic 2007-05-30 13:53:08 EDT
I just installed Democracy Player and got same error:

=============================================================================
 Package                 Arch       Version          Repository        Size 
=============================================================================
Installing:
 Democracy               i386       0.9.5.1-8.fc7    development       5.0 M
Installing for dependencies:
 boost                   i386       1.33.1-13.fc7    development       854 k
 gnome-python2-gtkmozembed  i386       2.14.3-2.fc7     development        27 k
 libXvMC                 i386       1.0.4-1.fc7      development        22 k
 libicu                  i386       3.6-18.fc7       development       5.2 M
 libmodplug              i386       1:0.8.4-1.fc7    development       170 k
 libmpcdec               i386       1.2.2-4.fc6      development        30 k
 wavpack                 i386       4.41-1.fc7       development       120 k
 xine-lib                i386       1.1.6-2.fc7      development       2.5 M



[rawhide@rawhide ~]$ democracyplayer 
/usr/bin/democracyplayer:81: DeprecationWarning: The dbus_bindings module is
deprecated and will go away soon.

dbus-python 0.80 provides only a partial emulation of the old
dbus_bindings, which was never meant to be public API.

Most uses of dbus_bindings are applications catching the exception
dbus.dbus_bindings.DBusException. You should use dbus.DBusException
instead (this is compatible with all dbus-python versions since 0.40.2).

If you need additional public API, please contact the maintainers via
<dbus@lists.freedesktop.org>.

  import dbus_bindings
/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/dbus_bindings.py:5: DeprecationWarning: The
dbus_bindings module is deprecated and will go away soon.

dbus-python 0.80 provides only a partial emulation of the old
dbus_bindings, which was never meant to be public API.

Most uses of dbus_bindings are applications catching the exception
dbus.dbus_bindings.DBusException. You should use dbus.DBusException
instead (this is compatible with all dbus-python versions since 0.40.2).

If you need additional public API, please contact the maintainers via
<dbus@lists.freedesktop.org>.

  from dbus.dbus_bindings import *
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/democracyplayer", line 89, in <module>
    onetime.OneTime()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/democracy/onetime.py", line 105, in
__init__
    bus_name = BusNameFlags('org.participatoryculture.dtv.onetime', bus=bus,
flags=dbus.dbus_bindings.NAME_FLAG_DO_NOT_QUEUE)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/democracy/onetime.py", line 53, in __new__
    retval = dbus.dbus_bindings.bus_request_name(bus.get_connection(), name,
flags=flags)
TypeError: request_name() takes no keyword arguments
Comment 5 Valent Turkovic 2007-05-30 13:54:57 EDT
I don't mean to be harsh - but do you test packages after you package them? Do
they work on your systems?
Comment 6 Thorsten Scherf 2007-06-01 02:45:13 EDT

*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 241981 ***

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