On 03/05/2014 09:42 AM, David C. Rankin wrote: > All, > > It looks like all the hard work on the renaming and debugging payed off. After > the soft freeze, end-to-end build on Arch built 112/115 packages (tdebase failed > due to a reverted patch 'tdebase-kdesktop-systemd.diff' [so that didn't really > count]). That leaves only 2 failures out of 115 packages. The failure were expected: > > makepkg --> FAILED for libtqt-perl at Mar 5 02:00:13 > makepkg --> FAILED for tdebase at Mar 5 02:44:06 (patch removal) > makepkg --> FAILED for kstreamripper at Mar 5 06:53:12 > > That means the only reason the keyboard was ever touched after starting the > build was due to the tdebase failure (it being mandatory to the buildscript > continuing). So except for the patch on tdebase, tde would have built end-to-end > without any user interaction. That's refreshing. > > katesort appears to have built as part of tdeaddons, and kxmleditor was > patched in from a local source. Testing can now begin. > > Good job Darrell, Slavek, Francios, all! > Whoop! x86_64 build run - 1st end-to-end build with no user intervention and no mandatory FTBFS killing the build: Script Execution Time: 07:39:39 19:18 phoinix:~> grep FAIL /dat_e/tde/log/build/bldlog_x86_64-20140305-101958.txt makepkg --> FAILED for libtqt-perl at Mar 5 11:04:13 makepkg --> FAILED for kstreamripper at Mar 5 15:42:23 113/115 successful packages built! completed packages: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Trinity#Complete_packages_.28current.29 Now if it works, we're golden :) -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.