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Problem with dependency calculation

Johannes Weberhofer-2
I have a problem with the dependency calculation in one project located in https://build.opensuse.org/package/binary/home:weberho:UNSTABLE:RemoteDesktop/freerdp2

A package libfreerdp2-2.0.0~rc0-6.1; showing the package's dependencies I see that it provides "libfreerdp2 = 2.0.0~rc0-6.1" which is required by "freerdp2-devel".

The problematic thing is, that "freerdp2-devel" requires a package "libfreerdp2 = 2.0.0~rc0-6.1" which is not proveded by any package.

So dependency resolution is broken. Can someone give me a hint what's going on?

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Re: Problem with dependency calculation

Andreas Schwab-2
On Aug 31 2017, Johannes Weberhofer <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I have a problem with the dependency calculation in one project located in https://build.opensuse.org/package/binary/home:weberho:UNSTABLE:RemoteDesktop/freerdp2
>
> A package libfreerdp2-2.0.0~rc0-6.1; showing the package's dependencies I see that it provides "libfreerdp2 = 2.0.0~rc0-6.1" which is required by "freerdp2-devel".
>
> The problematic thing is, that "freerdp2-devel" requires a package "libfreerdp2 = 2.0.0~rc0-6.1" which is not proveded by any package.
>
> So dependency resolution is broken. Can someone give me a hint what's going on?

I don't see anything wrong with that package:

$ osc r -v home:weberho:UNSTABLE:RemoteDesktop/freerdp2
openSUSE_Tumbleweed  i586       disabled
openSUSE_Tumbleweed  x86_64     failed
openSUSE_Leap_42.3   x86_64     succeeded
openSUSE_Leap_42.2   x86_64     succeeded
SLE_12_SP2           x86_64     succeeded

Andreas.

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Re: Problem with dependency calculation

Johannes Weberhofer-2
Am 31.08.2017 um 14:14 schrieb Andreas Schwab:
>> I have a problem with the dependency calculation in one project located inhttps://build.opensuse.org/package/binary/home:weberho:UNSTABLE:RemoteDesktop/freerdp2
>>
>> A package libfreerdp2-2.0.0~rc0-6.1; showing the package's dependencies I see that it provides "libfreerdp2 = 2.0.0~rc0-6.1" which is required by "freerdp2-devel".
>>
>> The problematic thing is, that "freerdp2-devel" requires a package "libfreerdp2 = 2.0.0~rc0-6.1" which is not proveded by any package.
>>
>> So dependency resolution is broken. Can someone give me a hint what's going on?
> I don't see anything wrong with that package:

That's strange - now everything is ok. Can the calculation of dependencies take such a long time (>30 minutes) after the package has been build?

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Re: Problem with dependency calculation

Adrian Schröter
On Donnerstag, 31. August 2017, 15:24:10 CEST wrote Johannes Weberhofer:

> Am 31.08.2017 um 14:14 schrieb Andreas Schwab:
> >> I have a problem with the dependency calculation in one project located inhttps://build.opensuse.org/package/binary/home:weberho:UNSTABLE:RemoteDesktop/freerdp2
> >>
> >> A package libfreerdp2-2.0.0~rc0-6.1; showing the package's dependencies I see that it provides "libfreerdp2 = 2.0.0~rc0-6.1" which is required by "freerdp2-devel".
> >>
> >> The problematic thing is, that "freerdp2-devel" requires a package "libfreerdp2 = 2.0.0~rc0-6.1" which is not proveded by any package.
> >>
> >> So dependency resolution is broken. Can someone give me a hint what's going on?
> > I don't see anything wrong with that package:
>
> That's strange - now everything is ok. Can the calculation of dependencies take such a long time (>30 minutes) after the package has been build?

it can, it depends on the scheduler load. Check the /monitor page.
But your repo should have been marked dirty aka outdated.

However, the "osc buildinfo" is always the current state, so you
can rely on that.

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