[Piglit] [PATCH] Do we really need python 2.7?

Matěj Cepl mcepl at cepl.eu
Thu Jan 29 10:30:48 PST 2015

On 2015-01-26, 17:32 GMT, Dylan Baker wrote:
> We use mako in two places. As Matt pointed out for generating tests, in
> this capacity it's a build-time dependency. It's also used to generate
> the pages for the HTML summary.
> I think you can sidestep the issue using pip,
> pip install --user mako
> will install a new copy of mako in your ~/.local directory, which should
> be sufficient.

I cannot download anything into Koji because I don't have 
network available there (and of course bundling from the third 
party sources is strictly verbotten in Fedora/RHEL). However, we 
have now python-mako1.0 in EPEL-6 
and I am working on python-backport_collections 
(https://pypi.python.org/pypi/backport_collections and 
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1187224). So, 
I think there is some hope.

I was taking look also at the code itself and so far i have 
changed all imports of collections to the proper shape (I hope 
proper) and changed all {} formats to {0} (or {1} etc.). So far 
I have http://mcepl.fedorapeople.org/tmp/piglit-python-2_6.patch 
Does anybody see anything else which could be missing (now 
building an RHEL-6 virtual machine to make some more tests)?



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