ScFiltersTest::testOrcusODSStyleInterface fails with liborcus 0.13.3
olivier.tilloy at canonical.com
Thu Feb 22 13:49:00 UTC 2018
On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 2:21 PM, Kohei Yoshida <libreoffice at kohei.us> wrote:
> Hi there,
>> On February 22, 2018 at 8:01 AM Olivier Tilloy <olivier.tilloy at canonical.com> wrote:
>> I initially filed
>> https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=115931 but it was
>> suggested to me to raise the issue on the mailing list instead.
>> So here it goes: when building libreoffice 6.0 with an external
>> liborcus (version 0.13.3), unit tests fail:
>> Test name: ScFiltersTest::testOrcusODSStyleInterface
>> equality assertion failed
>> - Expected: Color: R:254 G:255 B: 204
>> - Actual : Color: R:255 G:255 B: 255
>> This is most likely caused by that upstream change:
>> I'm not familiar with that code, but I came up with a tentative patch
>> (which I will actually put to the test soon):
>> --- a/sc/source/filter/orcus/interface.cxx
>> +++ b/sc/source/filter/orcus/interface.cxx
>> @@ -839,7 +839,7 @@ void ScOrcusStyles::fill::applyToItemSet
>> - rSet.Put(SvxBrushItem(maBgColor, ATTR_BACKGROUND));
>> + rSet.Put(SvxBrushItem(maFgColor, ATTR_BACKGROUND));
>> Thoughts and feedback welcome!
> Yes, so, you have raised this in a timely fashion. While I was backporting a patch against orcus for the 6-0 branch last night, I did notice the possibility of this very issue, and was thinking of how to address it for that branch. Since you've already discovered this and emailed it to the list, let me provide my thoughts on this.
> First of all, your patch should work fine. However, with this change, we need to ensure that liborcus version 0.13.3 or later be used. If you used an earlier version this change does break things.
> What I was thinking of proposing is backporting the following commits:
> raise the orcus baseline to 0.13.3, and commit all of these as a single backport commit to ensure that these all happen atomically. This way if someone wants to build from the 6-0 branch using the system liborcus then the configure script should be able to catch it and fail.
> How does this sound?
That sounds correct to me.
I'm building packages for ubuntu 18.04 where liborcus is at version
0.13.3 in the archive already, which is why I've started hitting the
issue. I'll test the change I suggested earlier as a distro-patch, and
it can be dropped later when your changes are merged and released.
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