The way I am doing it.

Get a fresh clone of the repository.
$ git clone
$ cd gnome-calendar

Run If it gives any error, you may need to install the package it points to.
$ ./
$ make

Run the calendar application
$ ./src/gnome-calendar


On Tuesday 08 August 2017 04:39 PM, Nidhi Gupta wrote:

I am using command line tool now. I followed this guide <> Running this command: source flatpak-dev-cli/ nautilus nautilus/org.gnome.Nautilus.json gives error which says error: GPG verification enabled, but no signatures found (use gpg-verify=false in remote config to disable)

I can't find a way to add GPG in Gitlab. I read its documentation but i think they have now depreciated that feature.

On Fri, Aug 4, 2017 at 11:08 PM, Carlos Soriano Sanchez < <>> wrote:

    It's an error we are hitting with various modules with Builder.
    Unfortunatrly needs more investigation :(

    Since you are using flatpak, it doesn't really matter (in general)
    wheter you install something in your machin or not.

    In the meantime, you can use the command line tool to build ane
    develop against the apps, linked in the Newcomers guide.

    Carlos Soriano

    On Fri., 4 Aug. 2017, 19:28 Nidhi Gupta, <
    <>> wrote:

        Any hints how to run command with strace on Builder? Because
        Builder builds on clicking build button.

        On Fri, Aug 4, 2017 at 5:10 PM, deepak t.s
        < <>> wrote:

            Try running the command with strace , this will help to
            trce which package path it is referring t0.

            Deepak T S

            On Fri, Aug 4, 2017 at 10:18 AM, Nidhi Gupta
            < <>>

                Maybe gdbus-codegen, file which is throwing this error
                is unable to locate codegen. I did sudo -H pip install
                codegen and terminal said it was already installed in
                And gdbus-codegen is located in

                Since it is readonly file, I am trying to figure out
                how to find which path is it looking in for codedgen.
                Any help?

                I have attached for reference.
                Thank you :)


                On Fri, Aug 4, 2017 at 8:08 AM, Karthik K
                <>> wrote:

                    Did you try installing the package "python-codegen"?

                    With Regards

                    On 3 Aug 2017 11:53 p.m., "Nidhi Gupta"
                    <>> wrote:

                        I forgot to mention I am building it
                        Ubuntu-Gnome distro 16.04.

                        On Thu, Aug 3, 2017 at 11:02 PM, Nidhi Gupta
                        <>> wrote:

                            I am Nidhi, BTech 2nd year CS student at
                            DAIICT. I wanted to contribute to GNOME,
                            so I followed newcomers guide and decided
                            to build Calendar App.
                            I followed steps as given but during
                            compilation  in Builder ,it is giving
                            error which says
                            Traceback (most recent call last):
                              File "/bin/gdbus-codegen", line 41, in
                                from codegen import codegen_main
                            ImportError: No module named 'codegen'

                            I am not able to figure how and where to
                            install codegen module.
                            Any help will be very much appreciated.

                            Thank You


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