Bruno Mahé apologies! you're absolutely right – my bad in pushing to master repos instead of a test repo that I always push for testing. I blame recent Laptop upgrade that also upgraded my git
Anyway, I'm attaching the patch that went in. Note that there's still a few very mysterious failures that I need to investigate. Any help in that regard (especially if you can try to build with this patch on the latest Fedora) would be greatly appreciated.
Here's the log of a failed build:
And here's the mysterious failure I'm trying to understand:
Running '/mnt/jenkins/workspace/Bigtop-trunk-Hue/label/fedora18/build/hue/rpm/BUILDROOT/hue-188.8.131.525-1.fc18.x86_64/usr/lib/hue/build/env/bin/hue syncdb --noinput' with None
00:41:19 /bin/sh: /mnt/jenkins/workspace/Bigtop-trunk-Hue/label/fedora18/build/hue/rpm/BUILDROOT/hue-184.108.40.2065-1.fc18.x86_64/usr/lib/hue/build/env/bin/hue: /mnt/jenkins/workspace/Bigtop-trunk-Hue/label/fedora18/build/hue/rpm/BUILDROOT: bad interpreter: Permission denied
What is especially frustrating is that it seems to work fine on all the Debian-based platforms AND on 2 of the RPM-based ones:
Like I said – I'll give beer for any clues that lead to a fix