[Tizen Application-dev] Fwd: GBS build fails

Uma Bhat umavatibhat at gmail.com
Fri Oct 19 08:22:29 GMT 2012


Hi,
please find the log.
====================================================================================

user1 at ubuntu4:~/Downloads/call-HEAD-0fd81c8$ gbs build -A armv7l
--include-all --debug --clean
info: generate repositories ...
info: build conf has been downloaded at:
      /var/tmp/user1-gbs/tizen.conf
info: start building packages from: /home/user1/Downloads/call-HEAD-0fd81c8
(git)
debug: working on /home/user1/Downloads/call-HEAD-0fd81c8
info: prepare sources...
*fatal: ambiguous argument 'HEAD': unknown revision or path not in the
working tree.*
Use '--' to separate paths from revisions
info: the following untracked files would be included:
   CMakeLists.txt
   LICENSE
   call-engine/
   packaging/
   ui/
info: Creating (native) source archive org.tizen.call-0.2.382.tar.gz from
'342b08a7119eaca1f54ea9f87afd511711ffeca3'
info: package files have been exported to:
     /home/user1/GBS-ROOT/local/sources/tizen/org.tizen.call-0.2.382-1
info: retrieving repo metadata...
debug: //usr/lib/build/createrepomddeps
--cachedir=/home/user1/GBS-ROOT//local/cache
http://download.tizen.org/snapshots/trunk/common/latest/repos/main/armv7l/packages>>
/home/user1/GBS-ROOT//local/order/.repo.cache.remote
debug: //usr/lib/build/createrepomddeps
--cachedir=/home/user1/GBS-ROOT//local/cache
http://download.tizen.org/snapshots/trunk/common/latest/repos/base/armv7l/packages>>
/home/user1/GBS-ROOT//local/order/.repo.cache.remote
info: parsing package data...
*debug: Checking dependencies for org.tizen.call
debug: expansion error
debug:   nothing provides pkgconfig(ui-gadget-1)
debug:   nothing provides pkgconfig(minicontrol-provider)
warning: the following packages build failed with missing depends packages:
org.tizen.call*
info: generated RPM packages can be found from local repo:
     /home/user1/GBS-ROOT/local/repos/tizen
info: build roots located in:
     /home/user1/GBS-ROOT/local/scratch.{arch}.*
info: Done

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Uma Bhat <umavatibhat at gmail.com>
Date: 19 October 2012 10:18
Subject: Re: [Tizen Application-dev] GBS build fails
To: Leonardo Shiguemi Dinnouti <leonardo.dinnouti at gmail.com>,
application-dev at lists.tizen.org


Hi,

Thanks for your help.
I do not see the error now.

But, I still facing issues in creating RPM packages.
Instead I get a warning,
*=========================================================*
*warning:the following package build failed with missing depends packages:*
*org.tizen.call*
=========================================================
Is it my .gbs.conf problem?
Please find  the gbs.conf file in the mail chain.

On 18 October 2012 22:34, Leonardo Shiguemi Dinnouti <
leonardo.dinnouti at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> debug: /home/user1/Downloads/call-HEAD-0fd81c8 is not a git checkout
>> error: No source package found at /home/user1/Downloads/call-HEAD-0fd81c8
>
>
> I think your folder is not a "git repository". Could you try this first:
>
> git init
> gbs build --include-all
>
> Regards,
> Leonardo.
>
> 2012/10/18 Uma Bhat <umavatibhat at gmail.com>
>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> when I try to build a package I get below errors.
>>
>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> user1 at ubuntu4:~/Downloads/call-HEAD-0fd81c8$ gbs  build --debug
>> info: No arch specified, using system arch: i586
>> info: generate repositories ...
>> info: build conf has been downloaded at:
>>       /var/tmp/user1-gbs/tizen.conf
>> info: start building packages from:
>> /home/user1/Downloads/call-HEAD-0fd81c8 (git)
>> debug: /home/user1/Downloads/call-HEAD-0fd81c8 is not a git checkout
>> error: No source package found at /home/user1/Downloads/call-HEAD-0fd81c8
>> error: rpmbuild fails
>> user1 at ubuntu4:~/Downloads/call-HEAD-0fd81c8$
>>
>> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> My gbs.conf file looks like this.
>>
>> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> [general]
>> #Current profile name which should match a profile section name
>> profile = profile.tizen
>>
>> [profile.tizen]
>> #Common authentication info for whole profile
>> #user =
>> #CAUTION: please use the key name "passwd" to reset plaintext password
>> #passwd =
>> obs = obs.tizen
>> #Comma separated list of repositories
>> repos = repo.tizen_latest
>> #repos = repo.tizen_main, repo.tizen_base
>>
>> [obs.tizen]
>> #OBS API URL pointing to a remote OBS.
>> url = https://api.tizen.org
>> #Optional user and password, set if differ from profile's user and
>> password
>> #user =
>> #passwd =
>>
>> [repo.tizen_latest]
>> #Build against repo's URL
>> url = http://download.tizen.org/snapshots/trunk/common/latest
>> #Optional user and password, set if differ from profile's user and
>> password
>> #user =
>> #passwd =
>>
>> [repo.tizen_base]
>> url =
>> http://download.tizen.org/snapshots/trunk/common/tizen_20120823.2/repos/base/armv7l/packages/
>>
>> [repo.tizen_main]
>> url =
>> http://download.tizen.org/snapshots/trunk/common/tizen_20120823.2/repos/main/armv7l/packages/
>>
>>
>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> what could the issue?
>> Thanks in advance.
>> --
>>
>> Regards
>> Uma
>>
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>>
>>
>


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Regards
Uma Bhat



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Regards
Uma Bhat
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