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#27 pymongo 3.0 support - Failure to build, caused by test failures

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nobody
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2015-04-16
2014-08-15
Shawn W Dunn
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For openSUSE:Factory, Ming won't build, due to test failures. Please see attached buildlog

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  • Dave Brondsema
    Dave Brondsema
    2014-08-18

    The latest release of Ming is 0.5.0 have you tried building that? Also what version of pymongo do you have installed?

     
  • Shawn W Dunn
    Shawn W Dunn
    2014-08-18

    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.

     

  • Anonymous
    2015-04-12

    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.

     
    • Dave Brondsema
      Dave Brondsema
      2015-04-16

      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.

       
  • Dave Brondsema
    Dave Brondsema
    2015-04-16

    • summary: Failure to build, caused by test failures --> pymongo 3.0 support - Failure to build, caused by test failures
     
  • Dave Brondsema
    Dave Brondsema
    2015-04-16

    In the mean time I have published Ming 0.5.2 which explicitly specifies pymongo<3.0 so that should help.

     


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