Subject: Re: Latest bittorrent package seems to be broken on port
To: Marc Recht <email@example.com>
From: Alex Pelts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/24/2005 10:54:57
I have tried last night to build python24 and rebuild bittorrent with
it. There is no change, bug is present. I actually did not expect it to
go away because it is a non existent class member (or whatever class is
called in python).
I will file a pr for this.
Marc Recht wrote:
>> I updated pkgsrc to the latest one with sup and rebuild packages that
>> I use. That upgraded my python and bittorrent. Now bttrack.py does not
>> work anymore. I sent email to maintainer but no reply so far. The
>> problem seems to be introduced by one of the patches, namely
> I got your mail, but hadn't had the time to answer yet nor to actually
> look at the problem.
>> patch-ad. It certainly worked with previous version of bittorrent.
>> I am not sure if anyone wants to fix this now, when 4.0 is out. Still
>> it is not good to have broken packages.
>> I am willing to work with whoever wants to fix this, although my
>> python knowledge is limited.
> I'm going to update BitTorrent to 4.0 this weekend. In the meantime you
> could try bttrack.py with Python 2.4 (if that is an option) and/or send
> a PR, so that your report won't get lost.
>  see http://netbsd.org/Misc/send-pr.html for details