#20 broken dependencies from f-h-c for src packages misclassified as FTI issues
Closed 2 years ago by lbrabec. Opened 2 years ago by decathorpe.

fedora-health-check also checks the foo-source repositories for all releases for broken BuildRequires. Those entries are marked with "arch": "src" (and "repo": "foo-source : arch1+arch2...") in the JSON data.

Right now, they are lobbed into the FTI category on the dashboard, but they don't fail to install, they fail to build because of broken build dependencies. So those items from fedora-health-check with arch=src should probably be marked as FTBFS issues instead.

We've talked about this with @frantisekz yesterday, thanks for filing the issue.

Initial implementation deployed, badges and wording should now be as expected.

Note: options dialog is still the same, if you uncheck “show fails to install”, it will hide all data from fedora health check, I’ll rename that option soon.

Thanks! Several nitpicks:

  • the icon and the icon popup need to updated
  • the text could say: Missing build dependencies on Fedora XY

Metadata Update from @lbrabec:
- Issue assigned to lbrabec

2 years ago

Icon and popup text adjusted.

Closing for now, reopen when needed.

Metadata Update from @lbrabec:
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)

2 years ago

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