[chandler-users] Prototype Ubuntu package available
grant at osafoundation.org
Thu Nov 6 08:51:28 PST 2008
On 3 Nov, 2008, at 20:40, Heikki Toivonen wrote:
> Jared Rhine wrote:
>> A very first prototype of an Ubuntu native package repository for
>> Chandler Desktop is available.
> Way cool, installed without a hitch on my 32 bit hardy.
> For some reason it gives me an import error when trying to use an
> existing repo: ImportError: No module named repository.util.URL
How old is that repo? The repository package moved into chandlerdb
quite some time ago (December of 2007, IIRC).
> Also it seems like you can't pass in a relative path to -P:
> ~$ chandler -P newrepo
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "Chandler.py", line 172, in <module>
> File "Chandler.py", line 26, in main
> Globals.options = Utility.initOptions()
> File "/usr/lib/chandler/application/Utility.py", line 444, in
> File "/usr/lib/chandler/application/Utility.py", line 508, in
> File "/usr/lib/chandler/application/Utility.py", line 42, in
> os.makedirs(profileDir, 0700)
> File "/usr/lib/python2.5/os.py", line 171, in makedirs
> mkdir(name, mode)
> OSError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: 'newrep'
That actually is a bug in the chandler script that has been around a
while (it does a cd right at the end).
> I noticed some things in the deb that I believe you can remove:
Oh, right ... I'm not 100% sure about tools ... (I have a vague
recollection of hidden dependencies there).
> Maybe also:
> I think you should be able to use system M2Crypto.
>> Then just "aptitude install chandler" or use Synaptic again to
>> The repository is not signed so you'll have to accept whatever
>> "untrusted" warning come up until I can provide a signed Release
>> for the
> If you need your builder GPG key signed by people, let me know...
>> I've heard the issues with getting 64-bit Ubuntu packages running; I
>> don't have a machine to hack on that right now, but maybe we can make
>> that happen somehow soon.
> I have 64 bit system available, so I can run some tests although won't
> have time for development at the moment.
I've also been tweaking things to run against system openjdk, rather
than a pre-installed image. Hopefully this will help the 64 bit build
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