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Sat, 18 Mar 2023 10:43:17 +0100
> > > Right now I am left with a number of test failures that look real and
> > > cannot
> > > easily be solved by an upgrade (either because we are already on the
> > > latest
> > > version or because the tests still fail): python-sgmllib3k,
> > > python-typeguard
> > > and python-coveralls. See messages below.
> > I don’t know for sure why any of these packages’ tests fail. typeguard
> > looks like it expects specific strings from Python or one of its libraries
> > – safe to ignore.
> would you mind having a look how we should proceed? Fix tests or disable
> specific ones that you deem safe to ignore?
python-typeguard and python-coveralls are functional again:
d9a31cd34eb9f63460d74d3cfff0190f964f48f4 gnu: python-coveralls: Disable failing
test and relax version requirements.
a7c96167ae8748a8b76fabaf74a997094cdf7fc5 gnu: python-typeguard: Python 3.10
Anything else that needs work?
- Re: Python, Andreas Enge, 2023/03/11
- Re: Python,
Lars-Dominik Braun <=
- Re: Python, Lars-Dominik Braun, 2023/03/30
- Re: Python, Andreas Enge, 2023/03/31