[ros-release] First try of Prerelease tests on indigo
asmodehn at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 09:16:26 UTC 2015
Hi, thanks for the tip !
I havent used or setup python3 yet and I was missing the em module indeed.
Yes I did install the ros-buildfarm package previously with : sudo apt-get
My prerelease tests are now running locally. I just need to find a way to
script the release process with bloom and the prerelease tests...
2015-07-01 16:54 GMT+09:00 William Woodall <william at osrfoundation.org>:
> Hi AlexV,
> That's odd, I thought I had worked out the issues with the setup
> procedure. It looks as if you are missing empy from Python3, but I'll have
> to go back to my VM and see why I don't get this issue. Did you install the
> ros_buildfarm from apt-get?
> A work around should be to install empy for Python3 until I have a chance
> to retrace my steps and find the first time setup problem:
> $ sudo apt-get install python3-pip
> $ sudo -H python3 -m pip install -U EmPy
> That should do the trick.
> On Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 12:13 AM, Asmodehn Shade via ros-release <
> ros-release at lists.ros.org> wrote:
>> Recently I tried the new prerelease test system, following
>> Note : I am using indigo, and I followed
>> But when running the prerelease.sh script, I get this error in build STEP
>> 4 ( missing dependency ? python 2 / 3 conflict ? ) :
>> # BEGIN SECTION: Generate Dockerfile - devel tasks
>> + export TZ=KST-00
>> + export
>> + python3 -u
>> https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ros/rosdistro/master/index.yaml indigo
>> default prerelease ubuntu trusty amd64 --distribution-repository-urls
>> http://184.108.40.206/ubuntu/testing --distribution-repository-key-files
>> /tmp/prerelease_job/keys/0.key --dockerfile-dir
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> "/tmp/prerelease_job/ros_buildfarm/scripts/devel/run_devel_job.py", line
>> 20, in <module>
>> from ros_buildfarm.templates import create_dockerfile
>> line 3, in <module>
>> from em import Interpreter
>> ImportError: No module named 'em'
>> any idea where it comes from / where I can fix it ?
>> also :
>> $ sudo pip install em
>> Requirement already satisfied (use --upgrade to upgrade): em in
>> Cleaning up...
>> I ll be happy to help testing this new prerelease test system, since I am
>> trying to release a new package it makes complete sense :-) So please let
>> me know if there are things I should try out.
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>> ros-release at lists.ros.org
> William Woodall
> ROS Development Team
> william at osrfoundation.org
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