Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 715760
Last modified: 2016-09-19 22:42:06 EDT
TurboGears-1.1.2-3.fc15.src.rpm Failed To Build From Source against the rawhide tree. See http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FTBFS for more information.
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I'm not quite sure what is going on here... at a first glance it looks like it's incompatible with the version of SQLAlchemy that is installed (0.7.1), yet the whole test suite is passing with SA-0.7.1 in our Jenkins instance (http://jenkins.turbogears.org/view/TurboGears%20Hosted/job/TurboGears-1.1-py2.6/89/console). Could be a Python 2.7 vs 2.6 issue?
Needs further investigation.
I get similar errors if I run F14 or F15's %check using python setup.py test rather than nosetest -q. Which is even more confusing because the upstream Jenkins instance is using python setup.py test.
F15's TG package rebuilds so it's not specific to TG1.1 + python-2.7. We'll have to look more into whether SQLAlchemy-0.7.1 is playing into this somehow.
Fixed. Two issues were present. SQLAlchemy-0.7.1 needed a pair of patches that I picked up from upstream. Python-2.7.2 needed a patch to the unittests that I've upstreamed:
Judging from the recent failures I see on jenkins.turbogears.org, we may have more problems if we decide to upgrade python-sqlobject to 1.0.x as well.