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Install with --record option fails #1373

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lazka opened this Issue Mar 15, 2015 · 7 comments

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lazka commented Mar 15, 2015

Original issue 1373 created by thomas.e.zander on 2014-04-22T10:10:33.000Z:

Please describe the problem thoroughly and accurately. If possible paste
the contents of the ~/.quodlibet Dump or MiniDump file associated with the
problem; otherwise, you must at a minimum report the version of Quod Libet
and the operating system you are using.

- What did you try to do?
Installing quodlibet using the --record option to log the installed files:
./setup.py install --record /tmp/quodlibet-install-log.txt

- What did you expect to happen?
Installation as usual, plus the specified log file in /tmp

- What did happen instead?
Installation stops with an exception:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./setup.py", line 426, in <module>
setup(**setup_kwargs)
File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/distutils/core.py", line 152, in setup
dist.run_commands()
File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/distutils/dist.py", line 953, in run_commands
self.run_command(cmd)
File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/distutils/dist.py", line 972, in run_command
cmd_obj.run()
File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/distutils/command/install.py", line 582, in run
outputs = self.get_outputs()
File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/distutils/command/install.py", line 625, in get_outputs
for filename in cmd.get_outputs():
File "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/distutils/cmd.py", line 105, in getattr
raise AttributeError, attr
AttributeError: get_outputs

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lazka commented Mar 15, 2015

Comment #1 originally posted by reiter.christoph on 2014-04-22T16:04:35.000Z:

Thanks.

setup.py bdist can give you roughly the same thing in the mean time:

./setup.py bdist
cd dist
tar xvzf *.tar.gz
find usr -printf "/%p\n" > /tmp/quodlibet-install-log.txt

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lazka commented Mar 15, 2015

Comment #2 originally posted by thomas.e.zander on 2014-04-22T17:16:48.000Z:

Maybe some additional information may be helpful.

I am trying to fix the quodlibet port on FreeBSD, where it is marked broken because creating a package from the package building framework is not possible right now.
This is because a port that announces it uses python distutils for building and installing (instead of Makefiles) MUST install properly with the --report option. That's how the framework is currently implemented.

If you have a pointer for me how to quickly get --report to work (I'm not an expert on distutils, sorry), we can fix it with a temporary patch until you have resolved this upstream.

Thanks and best regards

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lazka commented Mar 15, 2015

Comment #3 originally posted by reiter.christoph on 2014-04-22T22:17:41.000Z:

This issue was closed by revision 4d48668.

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lazka commented Mar 15, 2015

Comment #4 originally posted by reiter.christoph on 2014-04-22T22:17:41.000Z:

This issue was closed by revision 4cbb5ca.

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lazka commented Mar 15, 2015

Comment #5 originally posted by reiter.christoph on 2014-04-22T22:18:51.000Z:

Attached is a patch against the 3.1 release.

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lazka commented Mar 15, 2015

Comment #6 originally posted by reiter.christoph on 2014-04-23T09:49:49.000Z:

Just saw that FreeBSD ist still on some old 2.x release, attached is the above fix for 2.6.3, which might easier for a first update.

If you need any help: #quodlibet on irc.oftc.net

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lazka commented Mar 15, 2015

Comment #7 originally posted by thomas.e.zander on 2014-04-23T10:42:15.000Z:

Thanks for your super-quick taking care of the issue!
First thing I did this morning was creating a patch against 2.6.3 from your patch against 3.1.0 as it greatly helped me to understand what was missing.

We need a 2.x release because our default install of gstreamer is 0.10 as of now, but we will move to 3.x eventually, no worries :)

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