[Python-modules-team] Bug#917717: Bug#917717: pylint-django: FTBFS: dh_auto_test: pybuild --test --test-pytest -i python{version} -p 3.7 returned exit code 13

eamanu15 emmanuelarias30 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 2 12:03:14 GMT 2019

Hi Joseph!

El mar., 1 de ene. de 2019 a la(s) 21:27, Joseph Herlant (
aerostitch at debian.org) escribió:

> Control: tags -1 - fixed
> Control: tags -1 + patch
> Hi guys,
> Thanks Lucas for the report. Sorry for the late reply, I was out of
> the country with very limited internet access.
> Thanks Emmanuel for the quick patch.
> Notes for next time:
>  * Please use meaningful commit messages, especially when committing
> to the master branch of a package you don't maintain. Using commit
> messages like "fix issue 917717" makes the commit history harder to
> read and the use of tools like gbp dch impossible as well as rendering
> the gitlab hooks in place for tagging the bugs as pending unusable.
> (If you're not sure about your patches, please just create a MR and
> the maintainer can help getting the patch to a better standard)

Ok! I will do it!. What is the meaning of MR?

 * Please conform to the DEP-3 headers when you are writing a quilt
> patch header. See https://dep-team.pages.debian.net/deps/dep3/

I used gbp-pq to create the patch. Maybe, I am using this tool
from a wrong way?

>  * If you have a patch that you thing is good enough for Debian, it's
> generally a good practice to propose it upstream as upstream is
> generally aware of the potential negative impacts and this would avoid
> having to maintain diverging patch hell, especially on packages you
> don't maintain.
Ok. Thanks.

>  * Please don't tag bugs as "fixed" as long as there's no NMU uploaded
> (as long as the package is not in the archive). In your case the tag
> "patch" seems more appropriate.

Great. thanks

> There is an upstream upgrade I need to do so I'll clean the previous
> points and do the upload today or tomorrow.
> Thanks,
> Joseph
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Thanks for your tips. I will keep them in mind :-)


Arias Emmanuel
Github/Gitlab; @eamanu
Debian: @eamanu-guest
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