On Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 3:59 PM, Matthew Woehlke

> On 2012-12-12 15:34, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
>> On Wed 12 Dec 2012 03:30:09 PM EST, Christian Hammond wrote:
>>> If you have lessc locally, this will stop happening. Make sure you can
>>> run that on the command line. I don't know if lessjs is something else
>>> or not.
> D'oh! Apparently I built, but neglected to actually install, lessjs :-).
> Apologies...
Well, that will explain that :)

>  I assume he's talking about the proposed package here:
>> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/**show_bug.cgi?id=857843<https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=857843>
> Yes, that one.
>  which is going to be included in Fedora as soon as the Node.js
>> package  is complete
> (FYI: the latest version I found - 0.9.3-4 - didn't build; it failed to
> install nodejs.1. It looks like the patch failed to rename it from node.1;
> I had to add a line to the .spec to rename it manually.)
Well, it's going to be a moot point. I convinced the maintainer of the
*other* package called "node" to change the name of their binary. So when I
submit what I hope to be the last version of the Node.js package for
review, it will be back to using the standard /usr/bin/node and manpage
name that upstream prefers. This is much better, as there are literally
thousands of scripts out there that are hardcoding /usr/bin/node.

OK, with you having determined the problem (and verified that RB does build
if lessc is available) I'm going to leave this alone for the rest of the
night. I'll come back to it as soon as Node.js 0.9.4 appears upstream. I
was told that was supposed to be at the beginning of the week, so it could
land at any time now. That should be the last piece we need to get Review
Board 1.7 into Fedora (finally!)

After that I'll look into what it will take to build it for EPEL 6 ;_;

> Anyway, I got RB to build now. (Anxiously awaiting a proper koji build,
> though :-).)
> I'm probably not going to try to test it today, though; I don't have a VM
> set up for a test install, so I don't plan on dropping the new build in
> without at least a database backup in case something goes wrong, and I
> don't expect to get to that immediately.
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> Matthew
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