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Re: new Windows developer - was: proposed patch (date-format report option)

Hans Ulrich Frink-2
Thank you for this super advice on setting up a compiler environment for building gramps. All worked fine and I have now gramps build and running from git.
But
After building and setup I rebuilt database again to use version 30 instead 19 following the instructions in the wiki. Building went fine so I had a tar in the end. Then pacman U ....tar showed a conflicting css file. After Deleting this old one pacman worked. But after setup gramps still showed up with version .19
Where was the mistake?
Cheers
Uli

Am 26.03.2017 10:48 nachm. schrieb "Josip" <[hidden email]>:
21.3.2017. u 23:11, [hidden email] je napisao/la:
> Again, thank you, Josip.
>
> In the meantime, I have installed PyCharm Community edition as my IDE
> and was able to load gramps and after adding  GRAMPSHOME to my project
> environment I no longer get the issue of trying to downgrade my existing
> data to an earlier DB environment.
>
> However I do get a number of other warnings all apparently dealing with
> "Failed Loading View" in various modules.
>
> Are these warnings to be expected or are there still packages or modules
> that need to be installed?
>
> A typical traceback looks like:
>
> /Traceback (most recent call last)://
> //  File "C:\msys64\home\arnold\grampsdev\gramps\gen\plug\_manager.py",
> line 239, in load_plugin//
> //    _module = self.import_plugin(pdata)//
> //  File "C:\msys64\home\arnold\grampsdev\gramps\gen\plug\_manager.py",
> line 300, in import_plugin//
> //    module = __import__(pdata.mod_name)//
> //  File
> "C:\msys64\home\arnold\grampsdev\gramps\plugins\view\geoclose.py", line
> 60, in <module>//
> //    from gramps.plugins.lib.maps.geography import GeoGraphyView//
> //  File
> "C:\msys64\home\arnold\grampsdev\gramps\plugins\lib\maps\geography.py",
> line 62, in <module>//
> //    from .osmgps import OsmGps//
> //  File
> "C:\msys64\home\arnold\grampsdev\gramps\plugins\lib\maps\osmgps.py",
> line 54, in <module>//
> //    from .dummylayer import DummyLayer//
> //  File
> "C:\msys64\home\arnold\grampsdev\gramps\plugins\lib\maps\dummylayer.py",
> line 59, in <module>//
> //    class DummyLayer(GObject.GObject, osmgpsmap.MapLayer)://
> //  File "C:\msys64\mingw64\lib\python3.5\site-packages\gi\module.py",
> line 222, in __getattr__//
> //    wrapper = metaclass(name, bases, dict_)//
> //  File "C:\msys64\mingw64\lib\python3.5\site-packages\gi\types.py",
> line 234, in __init__//
> //    register_interface_info(cls.__info__.get_g_type())//
> //TypeError: must be an interface/
>
>
> Arnold
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I think that i now finished explaining how to rebuild required packages
or to install prebuilt ones on:
https://gramps-project.org/wiki/index.php?title=Gramps_for_Windows_with_MSYS2

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Re: new Windows developer - was: proposed patch (date-format report option)

Josip
29.3.2017. u 20:10, Hans Ulrich Frink je napisao/la:

> Thank you for this super advice on setting up a compiler environment for
> building gramps. All worked fine and I have now gramps build and running
> from git.
> But
> After building and setup I rebuilt database again to use version 30 instead
> 19 following the instructions in the wiki. Building went fine so I had a
> tar in the end. Then pacman U ....tar showed a conflicting css file. After
> Deleting this old one pacman worked. But after setup gramps still showed up
> with version .19
> Where was the mistake?
> Cheers
> Uli

To override glitches with conflicting files use "--force" flag
pacman -U mingw-w64-x86_64-db-6.0.30-1-any.pkg.tar.xz --force

python3 Gramps.py -v
...
Databases:
-------------------------
  bsddb     :
      version     : 6.1.0
      db version  : 6.0.30

If you start Gramps with older db version and create/import family tree
it will have that version in family tree. Create new tree in upgraded
version or import backup/export of older version.

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Re: proposed patch (date-format report option)

Paul Franklin-5
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On 3/18/17, Paul Franklin <[hidden email]> wrote:
> On 3/15/17, Paul Franklin <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> So I filed a bug report for the bug, that secondary locales
>> cannot have their own numeric date format string, and
>> uploaded my patch to fix that bug to the bug report.
>
> https://gramps-project.org/bugs/view.php?id=9985

I plan to commit the patch attached to 9985 on Sunday night,
as well as the related patch which I started this thread with,
as I have heard no adverse comments from anybody.

So if anybody feels like saying something, now is the time.

Thanks.

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