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#343 duplicate createrepo 0.4.9 on large repository gets msg GLib-WARNING **: GError set over the top of a previous GError or uninitialized mem Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz

The command sh -c "createrepo -d k:/vendors/openSUSE/repos/oss" gets multiple error messages

(process:3796): GLib-WARNING : GError set over the top of a previous GError or uninitialized memory. This indicates a bug in someone's code. You must ensure an error is NULL before it's set. The overwriting error message was: Parsing other.xml error: PCDATA invalid Char value 8

Thu 10-24-19 22:15:31{127}[h:\] sh -c "createrepo --version" 0.4.9

The directory in question contains all the rpm files from the openSUSE LEAP oss repository, excluding debug and source packages.

#342 fixed python-dateutil requires python2-six, but this dependency is not listed in spec file Lewis Rosenthal

python-dateutil-2.6.0-1.oc00.noarch python-2.7.6-24.oc00.i686

paython-dateutil makes use of six, as per

from six import text_type, binary_type, integer_types

Unfortunately, as this cannot be automatically detected during RPM build, this dependency must be listed explicitly, or we end up with a non-working dateutil, and thus, anything which depends upon dateutil (yum-plugin-changelog, for example) fails.

#341 no change needed _datadir macro unsuitable for use with os2_langdir, os2_bookdir, os2_helpdir Lewis Rosenthal

os2_langdir, os2_bookdir, and os2_helpdir (and possibly more) macros rely on _datadir to provide the first portion of their paths. Unfortunately, _datadir points to:

%{_prefix}/share (i.e., /@unixroot/usr/share)

which is not very useful when attempting to install something in, say, %BOOKSHELF% (X:\OS2\BOOK) using the os2_bookdir macro.

I would suggest that once ticket #340 has been fully vetted, these macros be reviewed for accuracy, so that os2_helpdir, etc. start with os2_boot_drive, instead.

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