Package Details: python2-unittest2 1.1.0-8

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/python2-unittest2.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: python2-unittest2
Description: Backports of the unittest module
Upstream URL: http://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/articles/unittest2.shtml
Licenses: BSD
Submitter: hexd
Maintainer: hexd
Last Packager: hexd
Votes: 3
Popularity: 0.029448
First Submitted: 2022-06-12 04:03 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-06-13 23:59 (UTC)

Latest Comments

hexd commented on 2022-06-14 00:00 (UTC)

@Crouze, I found the reason for this in your system. There is a package named builtins in your Python 2, though in Python 2 the built-ins module is called __builtin__. Please let me know if this new version now works for you.

Crouze commented on 2022-06-13 06:38 (UTC)

@hexd, thanks for this, I indeed got it installed with the added --nocheck flag.

Result of pacman -Q | grep python2: python2 2.7.18-5 python2-apipkg 1.5-7 python2-appdirs 1.4.4-6 python2-atomicwrites 1.4.0-5 python2-attrs 21.4.0-1 python2-backports 1.1-1 python2-backports.functools_lru_cache 1.6.4-3 python2-beautifulsoup4 4.9.3-5 python2-cairo 1.18.2-4 python2-chardet 4.0.0-2 python2-colorlog 4.1.0-1 python2-configobj 5.0.6-6 python2-configparser 4.0.2-2 python2-contextlib2 0.6.0.post1-5 python2-funcsigs 1.0.2-3 python2-future 0.18.2-2 python2-gobject 3.36.1-5 python2-gobject2 2.28.7-7 python2-httplib2 0.18.1-1 python2-idna 2.10-4 python2-importlib-metadata 2.1.1-1 python2-iniconfig 1.1.1-3 python2-linecache2 1.0.0-5 python2-lxml 4.9.0-1 python2-more-itertools 5.0.0-2 python2-numpy 1.16.6-2 python2-olefile 0.46-5 python2-ordered-set 3.1.1-4 python2-packaging 20.9-7 python2-pam 1.8.4-3 python2-pathlib2 2.3.7.post1-1 python2-pbr 5.9.0-2 python2-pexpect 4.8.0-3 python2-pillow 6.2.2-2 python2-pluggy 0.13.1-6 python2-psutil 5.9.1-1 python2-ptyprocess 0.7.0-1 python2-py 1.10.0-3 python2-pybluez 1:0.22-4 python2-pycryptodome 3.14.1-1 python2-pycryptodomex 3.14.1-2 python2-pycurl 1:7.43.0.3-1 python2-pyephem 4.1.3-1 python2-pyinotify 0.9.6-7 python2-pyparsing 2.4.7-6 python2-pyserial 3.5-1 python2-pyside 1.2.4-10 python2-pytest 4.6.11-1 python2-pytest-runner 5.2-4 python2-requests 2.27.1-1 python2-scandir 1.10.0-4 python2-setproctitle 1.1.10-5 python2-setuptools 2:44.1.1-1 python2-setuptools-scm 5.0.2-1 python2-shiboken 1.2.4-8 python2-simplejson 3.17.6-4 python2-six 1.16.0-5 python2-soupsieve 1.9.6-3 python2-traceback2 1.4.0-7 python2-unittest2 1.1.0-7 python2-urllib3 1.26.7-1 python2-wcwidth 0.2.5-6 python2-wxpython3 3.0.2.0-3 python2-zipp 1:1.1.1-1

makepkg -sr is called from /home/foo/Temp/python2-unittest2

Content of src/unittest2-1.1.0: build PKG-INFO README.txt setup.cfg setup.py unittest2 unittest2.egg-info

Hope this helps.

frankspace commented on 2022-06-12 22:57 (UTC)

I got the same error as @Crouze when I tried to just do a makepkg normally, but I was able to compile it just fine in a chroot. I don't claim to understand why, but I hope that helps.

hexd commented on 2022-06-12 20:23 (UTC)

@Crouze, this looks like an issue with the checking step, not the build one, so you can still install it by skipping the check() (i.e., calling makepkg --nocheck). But I'll fix it as soon as I discover why this specific test works for me but not for you (i.e., something is different either in our environments or in the building procedure). Can you give me more information about the system, like the result of pacman -Q | grep python2? What's the directory where you called makepkg and the exact command you ran? What's in the src/unittest2-1.1.0 directory?

Here 3 tests are being skipped: testHandlerReplacedButCalled, testSecondInterrupt and test_discovery_from_dotted_namespace_packages; all the other ones are passing. The test that failed for you uses a hackish approach to change (mock) the import mechanism, so a simple empty directory src/unittest2-1.1.0/package/ would make that test fail (though not with that error message, so I guess that's not the case).

Crouze commented on 2022-06-12 08:40 (UTC)

Package fails to build:

<h2>ERROR: test_discovery_failed_discovery (unittest2.test.test_discovery.TestDiscovery)</h2>

Traceback (most recent call last): File "unittest2/test/test_discovery.py", line 840, in test_discovery_failed_discovery loader.discover('package') File "unittest2/loader.py", line 364, in discover raise ImportError('Start directory is not importable: %r' % start_dir) ImportError: Start directory is not importable: 'package'