[Dev] Tizen Toolschain GBS Build Issue

Lv, RuiX ruix.lv at intel.com
Mon Aug 18 06:23:34 GMT 2014

Hi Brad,

The corresponding upstream tag is missing.
Please add the tag by running the command below, submit the tag to remote Gerrit, and then try again.

$ git tag upsteam/3 6b2325bf3d0f7245b528662b69c738d53031fff1 –m “Add tag upstream/3”


From: Dev [mailto:dev-bounces at lists.tizen.org] On Behalf Of Peters, Brad T
Sent: Saturday, August 16, 2014 5:52 AM
To: Tizen Dev
Subject: [Dev] Tizen Toolschain GBS Build Issue

Hi all,

Short version: Incrementing the Build version in the spec is resulting in a

$gbs build -A armv7l
    'Failed to export packaging files from git tree' error.

The details:
I'm attempting to build and submit a new Buxton (v3) build to tizen.org<http://tizen.org>,
but am running into a mysterious issue I've not seen before.

I've updated source, committed the changes locally, and modified the
packaging/buxton.spec accordingly, to get the project building.

However, when I try to increment the Build version from 2 -> 3, I get:

$ gbs build -A armv7l -P arm --include-all

info: start export source from: /home/bpeters/tmp/buxton-3/buxton ...
error: Invalid upstream treeish upstream/3
error: Generating upstream tarball and/or generating patches failed. GBS tried this as you have upstream branch in you git tree. Fix the problem by either:
  1. Update your upstream branch and/or fix the spec file. Also, check the upstream tag format.
  2. Remove or rename the upstream branch (change the package to native)
See https://source.tizen.org/documentation/reference/git-build-system/upstream-package for more details.
error: <gbs>Failed to export packaging files from git tree

The recommendations imply I need to fix the upstream branch, but this makes little sense, as I would expect Upstream to be diff'd against the development branch, meaning changing it directly is pointless.

Appreciate any ideas

Best regards,
-Brad Peters

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