Thursday, February 16, 2017¶
Repairing failures on Travis¶
Tonis and I released Atelier 1.0.5. Mainly for some subtle issues with Python 3 which caused failures on Travis.
Tonis asked me whether I can see an explanation for the failing voga build 78. Indeed a surprising effect. It looks as if the numbering of some invoices were different on Travis than on my machine.
Looking at this failure made me guess a probable reason for this
implementation of an
Enrolment) sorted the suggestions only
by date. And the demo data has cases with more than one suggestion on
a same day, so the ordering was unpredictable in these cases. So I
was exited after the commit
(that’s one of the psychological challenges when fixing a failing
travis build: you need to wait more than a minute before seeing the
result. But after 5 min 17 sec: yes!
I can imagine that Tonis had no chance of finding this because he knows not enough about what Voga does.
Maybe we should organize a Vigala Code Camp : a whole day just for an in-depth Lino Voga end-user training. I would also invite Jüri and maybe some non-programmers who might be interested in Voga.
Some subtle documentation issues¶
There was at least one circular references in our doctrees: book referred to some project doctrees (presto, extjs), but cosi referred to book. Should The Lino Book be able to refer to Lino Così? Or rather the other way round? I think the latter.
Note that this blog “knows” all projects, can refer to them. That’s why it must build last.
rstgen.sphinxconf.interproject.configure() now has
a new optional parameter prjspec. This is used by book because we
want it to intersphinx only to atelier.