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For openSUSE:Factory, Ming won't build, due to test failures. Please see attached buildlog
The latest release of Ming is 0.5.0 have you tried building that? Also what version of pymongo do you have installed?
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Shawn W Dunn
Where are the 0.5.0 tarballs? I generally don't push git pulls to openSUSE:Factory, and I don't see an 0.5.0 tarball available in the files section.
Sorry we haven't been keeping https://sourceforge.net/projects/merciless/files/ up to date.
The best place to get the files from is https://pypi.python.org/pypi/Ming That's also what is used if you use the easy_install or pip install python tools.
When building Ming-0.5.1 on openSUSE build service, I get the following test failures :
ERROR: test_get_file (ming.tests.test_gridfs.TestFS)
ERROR: test_get_version (ming.tests.test_gridfs.TestFS)
ERROR: test_put (ming.tests.test_gridfs.TestFS)
ERROR: test_simple (ming.tests.test_gridfs.TestFS)
ERROR: test_strange_mimetype (ming.tests.test_gridfs.TestFS)
ERROR: test_find_and_modify_with_remove (ming.tests.test_mim.TestCollection)
ERROR: test_regex (ming.tests.test_mim.TestDatastore)
ERROR: test_regex_match (ming.tests.test_mim.TestMatch)
See the attached build log for details.
I'm getting the same results when using pymongo 3.0, which came out very recently. Using earlier versions of pymongo (e.g. 2.8) work fine. If you can use pymongo<3.0 for now that would be best. Hopefully we can have a new release which supports pymongo 3.0 before too long.
In the mean time I have published Ming 0.5.2 which explicitly specifies pymongo<3.0 so that should help.