Poudriere and python framework of ports

Yasuhiro KIMURA yasu at utahime.org
Sat Jan 9 02:59:18 UTC 2016

I proposed following patch to Bug 205789:


The intention of my patch is to make the port always use python 3
regardless of default python version setting.

On real 10.2-RELEASE environment it just works as is intended. That

* "cd /usr/ports/mail/postfix-policyd-spf-python; make install"
  succeeds without any error.
* Both mail/postfix-policyd-spf-python itself and dependents (such as
  mail/py-authres or mail/py-pyspf) are build and installed as
  python 3 packages (py34-postfix-policyd-spf-python-1.3.2_2,
  py34-authres-0.800, py34-pyspf-2.0.12_3, and etc.).

But on poudriere with 10.2-R jail the result is different as

* "poudriere testport -j 102release -o mail/postfix-policyd-spf-python"
  fails at check-sanity phase. 
* Some dependents (such as mail/py-authres or mail/py-pyspf) are build
  as python 2 packages (py27-authres-0.800, py27-pyspf-2.0.12_3, and
Then what is the cause of failure on poudriere? Is there something
wrong with my patch, or is this bug of either poudriere or python
framework of ports? Would someone please let me know?

Best Regards.

Yasuhiro KIMURA

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