Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-11-11 Thread Christian Hofstaedtler
* Miguel Landaeta [16 22:46]: > Resuming the discussion about this bug, I believe the best solution we > can come up right now is to drop the Provides for ruby-interpreter in > jruby, given how late we are on the release cycle already. > > However, I'd like to revisit

Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-11-11 Thread Miguel Landaeta
Hi, Resuming the discussion about this bug, I believe the best solution we can come up right now is to drop the Provides for ruby-interpreter in jruby, given how late we are on the release cycle already. However, I'd like to revisit this issue during "buster" development cycle. jruby provides

Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-10-04 Thread Christian Hofstaedtler
* Helmut Grohne [161004 06:59]: > I think the implications of having jruby drop ruby-interpreter deserve > more thought from the ruby team. > > It appears to me that jruby would just work with a fair amount of ruby > modules[1]. Yet, after dropping that provides, trying to

Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-10-03 Thread Helmut Grohne
On Mon, Oct 03, 2016 at 04:46:11PM -0700, tony mancill wrote: > I agree with Helmut's suggestion that jruby should drop the Provides. > Even if there are contexts in which jruby could act as a ruby > interpreter, I don't think we should encourage our users to use it > when we have ruby available.

Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-10-03 Thread Christian Hofstaedtler
* Helmut Grohne [161003 23:10]: > On Mon, Oct 03, 2016 at 11:13:13AM +0200, Emmanuel Bourg wrote: > > What is the expected contract for a package providing ruby-interpreter? > > I wish I could tell. Judging from > https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/Ruby/Packaging, it seems that >

Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-10-03 Thread tony mancill
I agree with Helmut's suggestion that jruby should drop the Provides. Even if there are contexts in which jruby could act as a ruby interpreter, I don't think we should encourage our users to use it when we have ruby available. Or put another way, if you're using jruby, it typically to solve a

Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-10-03 Thread Helmut Grohne
On Mon, Oct 03, 2016 at 11:13:13AM +0200, Emmanuel Bourg wrote: > What is the expected contract for a package providing ruby-interpreter? I wish I could tell. Judging from https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/Ruby/Packaging, it seems that ruby-interpreter requires /usr/bin/ruby. Not sure how official

Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-10-03 Thread Emmanuel Bourg
What is the expected contract for a package providing ruby-interpreter? Do it just have to offer a /usr/bin/ruby alternative? Emmanuel Bourg __ This is the maintainer address of Debian's Java team . Please use

Processed: Re: Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-10-03 Thread Debian Bug Tracking System
Processing control commands: > reassign -1 jruby Bug #839567 [rake,jruby] rake does not work with jruby Bug reassigned from package 'rake,jruby' to 'jruby'. Ignoring request to alter found versions of bug #839567 to the same values previously set Ignoring request to alter fixed versions of

Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-10-03 Thread Christian Hofstaedtler
Control: reassign -1 jruby * Helmut Grohne [161003 08:55]: > Please consider the following interaction with a fresh sid chroot: > > # apt-get install -y --no-install-recommends jruby > ... > # apt-get install --no-install-recommends rake > # rake > -bash: /usr/bin/rake:

Bug#839567: rake does not work with jruby

2016-10-02 Thread Helmut Grohne
Package: rake,jruby Severity: serious Justification: policy 3.5 User: helm...@debian.org Usertags: rebootstrap Hi, Please consider the following interaction with a fresh sid chroot: # apt-get install -y --no-install-recommends jruby ... # apt-get install --no-install-recommends rake # rake