Windows CI Updated to Qt 5.15 - Temporarily KO due to Breeze Icons Breakage
nate at kde.org
Tue Oct 6 19:26:05 BST 2020
Noah, could yo take a look? Seems related to porting the autogenerated
24px icon script to Python.
On 10/6/20 11:26 AM, Ben Cooksley wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 7, 2020 at 4:49 AM Nate Graham <nate at kde.org
> <mailto:nate at kde.org>> wrote:
> We are trying to fix the test failure. See
> for the current status.
> This is a complete build failure, rather than just a test failure - as
> noted in the log above.
> I'm not sure what the script in question is trying to achieve though?
> Or was the regression caused by something else?
> On 10/6/20 3:59 AM, Ben Cooksley wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > This evening i've completed updates to the Windows CI system,
> > it from the previous Qt 5.14 setup it was using up to the more
> recent Qt
> > 5.15. As part of this various other libraries will have also been
> > This update was prompted by an unannounced dependency change within
> > Breeze Icons. As a reminder to all developers, it is imperative
> that any
> > change to your dependencies on a non-KDE project be announced two
> > or more in advance.
> > Unfortunately due to regressions within Breeze Icons, it is not
> > for the Dependency Builds to complete at this time, meaning
> Windows CI
> > functionality will be generally unavailable until this is corrected.
> > The failure log can be found at
> > Once the Breeze Icons failure has been corrected, we expect to be
> > to resume normal CI service for Windows.
> > Regards,
> > Ben Cooksley
> > KDE Sysadmin
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