Redport builds are all "finished" without logs
decke at bluelife.at
Sun Feb 16 19:22:59 UTC 2014
Am 15.02.2014 21:07 schrieb "John W. O'Brien" <john at saltant.com>:
> On 2/15/14 12:53 PM, John W. O'Brien wrote:
> > On 2/10/14 9:52 AM, John W. O'Brien wrote:
> >> Could you help me understand what's going on with this build ? Did
> >> admin kill the job, and if so, why? Otherwise, what happened and is it
> >> because I'm doing something wrong?
> >>  https://redports.org/buildarchive/20140210032800-24135/
> > Continuing to troubleshoot this. I've been adding ports to TEST_DEPENDS
> > one by one, and found an instance where the /before/  works but the
> > /after/  does not.
> > The implicated port is math/py-statsmodels (maintainer CC'd).
> > I'm still not clear on the circumstances under which Redports winds up
> > in the "finished" state, and consequently am unable to avoid it or work
> > around it. Any help or advice would be appreciated.
> >  https://redports.org/buildarchive/20140215154500-1493/
> >  https://redports.org/buildarchive/20140215163200-621/
> I see the problem. math/py-statsmodels depends on math/py-pandas. So the
> bad news is that I cannot include the former in TEST_DEPENDS for the
> latter and expect much at all from Redports. The good news is that I can
> now fix my port to be more readily testable.
> For the benefit of those who come after, would it make sense to augment
> the description of the "finished" state  to mention the possibility
> of circular dependencies, which don't appear to be covered by the other
> detectable termination conditions?
>  https://redports.org/wiki/Buildstatus
I've added it to the wiki.
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