and the attached tar.gz ? Missed by that much... 2018-06-12 11:06 GMT-03:00 Elias M. Mariani <marianiel...@gmail.com>: > Sending the new version for test. > The Makefile uses two flavors: > python3 and test > So, if you want to install you just run: > env FLAVOR="" make install > or > env FLAVOR="python3" make install > > That generates everything only once. > > if you want to test: > env FLAVOR="test" make test > or > env FLAVOR="test python3" make test > also building just once but the result is non installable. > > I think is the best choice, if you want to test you build once, if you > want to install you build once, if you want both... well. just build > twice... > Results of the regression tests (using textproc/py-xlrd as a > dependency test witch I just sent to ports@): > python2.7 = 2 failed, 24523 passed, 1675 skipped, 79 xfailed, 24 > xpassed, 86 warnings in 76400.37 seconds > python3.6 = 3 failed, 24619 passed, 1573 skipped, 80 xfailed, 26 > xpassed, 197 warnings in 6313.57 seconds > both OpenBSD-current, amd64. > 2 failures are because the tester tries to invoke "python" as a > command, witch it doesn't (necessarily) exist... Just ignore those > 2... > Also notice the difference in test time between py2 and py3... is > better to use the py3 version to do tests... > Some skips are hardcoded (wt...) others are because we are missing > some test-dependencies, keep in mind that this tests cover pretty much > everything that py-pandas does, just look at the RUN_DEPENDS vs > TEST_DEPENDS and you get an idea of the magnitude of the test. > > So Edd kindly offered to check it out. > Ignore the regression tests, the ideal would be to test it in a real > application to see if really works as the regression tests say. > Also I have been working on ports for some weeks now, but this is the > first with some real logic inside, if Stuart or someone can check the > Makefile to see if some corrections are needed would be great. > > Thanks to all, this pre-port-release was already been made with help > of several people with examples, advises, warnings, etc. > Alexandr Shadchin give me his permission to merge our versions in > openbsd-wip, so, credits to him as well. > > Cheers. > Elias. > > 2018-06-09 19:17 GMT-03:00 Elias M. Mariani <marianiel...@gmail.com>: >> Okey, last update: >> - patched the docs building system. >> - while building the docs yo need LOTS of depends and for some reason >> a X session running (yes... I know...). So, either I am doing >> something very wrong or this is a nasty way of building docs. I guess >> that something in the source code uses the backend-gtk part of >> Matplotlib and that triggers the creation of a cursor... because the >> hole process uses the actual code working to build the docs... I get >> lost in this nonsense... >> My Solution will be: build without any docs, use >> http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/ for that. >> Build py-pandas normally with setuptools and python3 flavor. >> Regression tests will be done by re-building the port, so yes, we >> build the port twice but only for testing, normal build will be done >> just once. >> Any ideas or/and OK ? >> >> Cheers. >> Elias. >> >> >> 2018-06-09 15:59 GMT-03:00 Elias M. Mariani <marianiel...@gmail.com>: >>>> Not sure if this helps, but the version in openbsd-wip has a (commented) >>>> block which looks like it does a second (in-place) build to make the >>>> docs: >>>> https://github.com/jasperla/openbsd-wip/blob/cb917e8bcdf2b912209f97652eca484494138fa3/math/py-pandas/Makefile#L65-L68 >>>> >>>> If we really can't get the docs until the package is installed, you >>>> could use SUBDIRs, and have a doc subdir BUILD_DEPEND on the main >>>> package. >>> >>> Yes, but building the same package twice does not sound nice at all. >>> I will add the py-pandas dependency to build py-pandas-docs, that >>> seems the best solution overall... >>> >>> Cheers. >>> Elias.
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