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Re: snap package

Off course like my AppImage the snap package can't launch qet_tb_generator or DXFtoelmt plug-in.

27

Re: snap package

We can fix all that and include those in the snap. Let's track all snap related deficiencies @ https://github.com/ppd1990/qelectrotech-snap/issues

28

Re: snap package

A possible solution is perhaps packaging a snap python qet_tb_generator, and for DXFtoelmt a Qt 5 program users put binary into snap env?

29

Re: snap package

ppd wrote:

We can fix all that and include those in the snap. Let's track all snap related deficiencies @ https://github.com/ppd1990/qelectrotech-snap/issues

Strange file exists.
ls -al /usr/share/libdrm/amdgpu.ids
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 6682 janv. 22 17:32 /usr/share/libdrm/amdgpu.ids

30

Re: snap package

It is possible to package them separately and then join them via the content interface.

But far simpler is this solution: Just ship everything in the qelectrotech snap itself. That's really easy to do with snapcraft.

What do you think?

31

Re: snap package

scorpio810 wrote:
ppd wrote:

We can fix all that and include those in the snap. Let's track all snap related deficiencies @ https://github.com/ppd1990/qelectrotech-snap/issues

Strange file exists.
ls -al /usr/share/libdrm/amdgpu.ids
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 6682 janv. 22 17:32 /usr/share/libdrm/amdgpu.ids

The snaps run strictly confined, so it does not see that file unless we include it. I'm preparing an update for the snap as we speak to test a fix.

32

Re: snap package

Laurent,

do you know where to find the source/repo of qet_tb_generator? Or does only the pypi package exist?

33

Re: snap package

ppd wrote:

It is possible to package them separately and then join them via the content interface.

But far simpler is this solution: Just ship everything in the qelectrotech snap itself. That's really easy to do with snapcraft.

What do you think?

For for far simpler QET search qet_tb_generator installed on the system, and for DXFtoelmt converter is search on Linux QDir::homePath() + "/.qet/DXFtoQET"

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Re: snap package

https://pypi.org/project/qet-tb-generator/
https://download.tuxfamily.org/qet/builds/dxf_to_elmt/

These two plug-ins are autonomous and can work without QET, but users liked to launch with QET program. nomicons/smile   

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Re: snap package

I don't think we will be able to access the system's python packages. It must be installed into the snap itself or be exposed with another snap.

36

Re: snap package

I have make a Debian package on this qet_tb_generator if you want?
You can find it on my PPA's or my Debian Repository.

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37 (edited by ppd 2019-06-21 23:59:55)

Re: snap package

Thank you, I think I can do it via pip and a bit of hackery.

The QElectroTech project & friends are quite oldschool regarding the source distribution for my juvenile taste, that's all nomicons/laughing

I think it's a good idea to host as much stuff as accessible as possible. Maybe putting qet-tb-generator on Github isn't too bad of an idea.

38

Re: snap package

We use Tuxfamily.org hosting and services, and I love it.  nomicons/cool
https://faq.tuxfamily.org/Services/En

Joining us is not that complicated, except maybe for Windows users but WSL2 is coming .. on Win10.. https://devblogs.microsoft.com/commandl … ing-wsl-2/
https://qelectrotech.org/wiki_new/doc/rejoin_project

39

Re: snap package

ppd wrote:

Hi,

strange. Maybe a temporary problem, given that you have a working internet connection.

Can you give me the output of

snap version

Bust most likely it is/was a temporary problem on the store side

Cheers
Max

Hello Max
I am in another PC, but with similar problems:

juliomarin@Julio-Studio:~$ snap version 
snap    2.38
snapd   2.38
series  16
ubuntu  16.04
kernel  4.4.0-150-generic
juliomarin@Julio-Studio:~$ sudo snap install qelectrotech --edge
error: cannot install "qelectrotech": Post
       https://api.snapcraft.io/v2/snaps/refresh: proxyconnect tcp: tls:
       oversized record received with length 20527
juliomarin@Julio-Studio:~$ 

40 (edited by ppd 2019-06-22 00:27:28)

Re: snap package

I bet you have incorrectly set a https_proxy. Can you show me

echo $https_proxy

and

cat /etc/environment

and

cat

/etc/systemd/system/snapd.service.d/proxy.conf

Or just in general:

env|grep http

I suspect you have set https_proxy=https://something when it should be https_proxy=http://something

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Re: snap package

Julio could try this command :

traceroute api.snapcraft.io

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Re: snap package

scorpio810 wrote:

We use Tuxfamily.org hosting and services, and I love it.  nomicons/cool
https://faq.tuxfamily.org/Services/En

Joining us is not that complicated, except maybe for Windows users but WSL2 is coming .. on Win10.. https://devblogs.microsoft.com/commandl … ing-wsl-2/
https://qelectrotech.org/wiki_new/doc/rejoin_project

No worries, I haven't worked with Windows in about 15 years. That's not the issue.
I just think qet_tb_generator should have a repository so it can be properly cloned. That may be on tuxfamily for all I care.

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Re: snap package

  Why not, will surely be easier to find for new users, QET guys can find information by Unalcade here  : https://qelectrotech.org/forum/viewforum.php?id=16

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Re: snap package

Also for packaging (as in this case) and for development. I would hardly consider sending a patch or pull request for something that only exists visibly on the pypi registry.

For the moment I'll just include the source you attached in the packaging repo.

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Re: snap package

You could see the history of this plug-in here :

https://qelectrotech.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=902
https://qelectrotech.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=1007 

46

Re: snap package

Great stuff. I'll push an updated version tomorrow/later and I hope you'll give it a thorough review.

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Re: snap package

Nice, thanks Max.

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Re: snap package

ppd wrote:

I bet you have incorrectly set a https_proxy. Can you show me

echo $https_proxy

and

cat /etc/environment

and

cat

/etc/systemd/system/snapd.service.d/proxy.conf

Or just in general:

env|grep http

I suspect you have set https_proxy=https://something when it should be https_proxy=http://something

juliomarin@Julio-Studio:~/Proyectos/QET/docs/source$ echo $https_proxy
https://myproxy:3128/
juliomarin@Julio-Studio:~/Proyectos/QET/docs/source$ cat /etc/environment
PATH="/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games"
http_proxy="http://myproxy:3128/"
https_proxy="https://myproxy:3128/"
ftp_proxy="ftp://myproxy:3128/"
socks_proxy="socks://myproxy:3128/"
juliomarin@Julio-Studio:~/Proyectos/QET/docs/source$ env|grep http
http_proxy=http://myproxy:3128/
KIGITHUB=https://github.com/KiCad
https_proxy=https://myproxy:3128/

Note I am before a proxy, and I change the real dir of the proxy  to "myproxy"

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Re: snap package

scorpio810 wrote:

Julio could try this command :

traceroute api.snapcraft.io
juliomarin@Julio-Studio:~/Proyectos/QET/docs/source$ traceroute api.snapcraft.io
traceroute to api.snapcraft.io (91.189.92.19), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets
 1  AtMyNet.es (IP)  3.603 ms  4.415 ms  4.376 ms
 2  AtMyNet.es (IP)  4.586 ms  4.547 ms  4.816 ms
 3  AtMyNet.es (IP)  3.144 ms  3.113 ms  3.231 ms
 4  ge-1-1-5.almeria01.AtMyNet.es (IP)  4.668 ms  4.628 ms  4.861 ms
 5  xe-0-2-1.malaga01.AtMyNet.es (IP)  5.629 ms  5.605 ms  5.777 ms
 6  cica.ae5-69.uv.rt1.val.red.rediris.es (IP)  16.230 ms  15.960 ms  15.917 ms
 7  uv.ae5.telmad.rt4.mad.red.rediris.es (IP)  26.637 ms  23.158 ms  22.651 ms
 8  rediris-ias-geant-gw.mar.fr.geant.net (IP)  51.929 ms  51.873 ms  51.844 ms
 9  ae8.mx1.gen.ch.geant.net (62.40.98.73)  54.465 ms  54.697 ms  54.270 ms
10  ae6.mx1.par.fr.geant.net (62.40.98.183)  54.224 ms  54.144 ms  54.491 ms
11  ae5.mx1.lon2.uk.geant.net (62.40.98.178)  55.304 ms  54.825 ms  55.233 ms
12  ae6.mx1.lon.uk.geant.net (62.40.98.36)  61.748 ms  61.721 ms  61.651 ms
13  195.66.226.116 (195.66.226.116)  53.373 ms  53.337 ms  53.608 ms
14  173.231.129.65 (173.231.129.65)  54.202 ms  53.533 ms  54.118 ms
15  107.6.86.149 (107.6.86.149)  54.434 ms  54.391 ms  54.344 ms
16  border3.xe-0-1-0-bbnet1.lon003.pnap.net (212.118.240.52)  50.912 ms border3.xe-1-1-0-bbnet2.lon003.pnap.net (212.118.240.116)  50.276 ms border3.xe-0-1-0-bbnet1.lon003.pnap.net (212.118.240.52)  50.248 ms
17  canonical-4.edge1.lon.pnap.net (212.118.242.26)  51.460 ms  51.738 ms  51.368 ms
18  zeeman.canonical.com (91.189.93.205)  51.313 ms  51.222 ms  51.177 ms
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50 (edited by ppd 2019-06-22 08:45:52)

Re: snap package

Remove the s from your https_proxy so it looks like https_proxy=http://...