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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com.INVALID>
Subject Re: [Discuss] Start release process 0.9.3
Date Fri, 12 Oct 2018 05:11:44 GMT
Hi Piotr,

I agree with your sentiments.  However, I think one problem is that the revert emails are misleading.  Unlike other commits, the subject of a revert does not show what branch was changed, so I think Carlos was reverting things in a branch.

That said, it is still very troublesome that his Git tools are changing the tags.  IMO, Carlos will have to stop using that tool.

-Alex

On 10/11/18, 9:57 PM, "Piotr Zarzycki" <piotrzarzycki21@gmail.com> wrote:

    Carlos,
    
    You are expecting from people who are volunteers to do some things in one
    day? It's impossible to do that. I'm not working on that full time. I did
    first finally successful step for the release. Everything was reported on
    this list. I had problems and didn't have time to resolve it. Alex provide
    solution - next RM should pickup it and continue release. It can take days.
    If you have problems you should create branch from the last stable commit.
    Is it problem for you ?
    
    How can we now get back to the previous state now?
    
    Piotr
    
    pt., 12 paź 2018 o 02:09 Carlos Rovira <carlosrovira@apache.org> napisał(a):
    
    > Hi Alex,
    > if you check in actual develop for "0.9.5-SNAPSHOT" and "0.9.4-SNAPSHOT"
    > you'll see maven build compiler and typedefs 0.9.5-SNAPSHOT, but when build
    > framework, it downloads compiler and typedefs 0.9.4-SNAPSHOT since the
    > versions in framework are not updated. This is the reason you don't see any
    > fail when building with maven. If you update all to use the same number it
    > will fail. I recommend you as well to remove royale folder in your local
    > .m2 to see how maven generates compiler and typedefs and then download
    > other version.
    >
    > Maybe the rest of people didn't see this because they use ANT and that
    > build system is not affected by the release process. But I think we can't
    > left the failed release process without revert it for days, since we are
    > all seeing different things.
    >
    > For example, I was able to run your MX RO example with ANT, but I can make
    > it work with Maven, what means to me that I still can't use it since my
    > entire project is in maven.
    >
    > I'm trying to fix this for several hours now and still couldn't test mx RO
    > nor working on my project...
    >
    > I'm closing for today with all messed up. Tomorrow will try again, or will
    > need to block me in a branch to be able to continue working.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Carlos
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > El vie., 12 oct. 2018 a las 1:53, Alex Harui (<aharui@adobe.com.invalid>)
    > escribió:
    >
    > > The 0.9.4 release branch has been cut.  I have not seen any problems
    > > reported against it, so I don't know of any reason to delete it.  Thus,
    > the
    > > develop branch should be at 0.9.5-SNAPSHOT.
    > >
    > > I noticed you messed around with the versions so I have no idea what
    > state
    > > we are in, plus I continue to see that tags are being updated.  You will
    > > probably have to stop using your Git GUI.  We cannot have tags be
    > modified.
    > >
    > > -Alex
    > >
    > > On 10/11/18, 3:14 PM, "Carlos Rovira" <carlosrovira@apache.org> wrote:
    > >
    > >     Hi,
    > >
    > >     I'm a bit confused with the actual state of the repo. We should stay
    > in
    > >     0.9.4-SNAPSHOT? or 0.9.5-SNAPSHOT?
    > >     I'm building with the latest since 1-2 days but removed all royale
    > > folder
    > >     with all maven artifacts and rebuild from scratch, makes me have
    > mixed
    > >     versions, since some artifacts are downloading 0.9.4 instead of use
    > > 0.9.5
    > >
    > >     Piotr, seems nobody  take the request to continue with the release
    > for
    > > now,
    > >     so I propose to stabilize the repo.
    > >
    > >     Thoughts?
    > >
    > >     Carlos
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >     El jue., 11 oct. 2018 a las 20:33, Piotr Zarzycki (<
    > >     piotrzarzycki21@gmail.com>) escribió:
    > >
    > >     > Hi Alex,
    > >     >
    > >     > Unfortunately in the next couple of days I won't have time for
    > that.
    > > If
    > >     > someone can do that feel free jump into it.
    > >     >
    > >     > Piotr
    > >     >
    > >     > On Thu, Oct 11, 2018, 6:43 PM Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com.invalid
    > >
    > > wrote:
    > >     >
    > >     > > After digging through the output you pasted, it appears that the
    > >     > > "check-empty-folder" target isn't quite right and didn't catch
    > > that you
    > >     > > didn't run "maven" against an empty folder.  Although I am a bit
    > > puzzled
    > >     > > why there were modified files in the working copy.
    > >     > >
    > >     > > Maven and the scripts have some expectation that you are starting
    > > from
    > >     > the
    > >     > > beginning, so if Maven got far enough to create a tag and you
    > have
    > > to
    > >     > start
    > >     > > over, you have to remove the tag.  These scripts are still under
    > >     > > development so you should not expect that every situation has
    > been
    > >     > > accounted for.
    > >     > >
    > >     > > So, go delete the tag.  Instructions for doing so are in the
    > > wiki.  Maybe
    > >     > > figure out why those files were modified, but maybe because your
    > > earlier
    > >     > > run didn't have the right gpg password.
    > >     > >
    > >     > > Try changing the check-empty-folder to also test for:
    > >     > >
    > >     > >         <available file="${basedir}/royale-asjs/build.properties"
    > >     > >             type="file"
    > >     > >             property="found.build.properties" value="true" />
    > >     > >
    > >     > > Then it should catch you on the steps where you are supposed to
    > > start by
    > >     > > pulling down the repos again.
    > >     > >
    > >     > > If you don't have time for any of that, let us know here so the
    > > next RM
    > >     > > can know where to start.
    > >     > >
    > >     > > -Alex
    > >     > >
    > >     > > On 10/11/18, 2:05 AM, "Piotr Zarzycki" <
    > piotrzarzycki21@gmail.com>
    > >     > wrote:
    > >     > >
    > >     > >     I gave up again :) It costs me to much time. I thought since
    > > Om did
    > >     > so
    > >     > > much
    > >     > >     progress I will launch the script and will work. It's still
    > > failing.
    > >     > >
    > >     > >
    > >     > >
    > >     >
    > >
    > https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fpaste.apache.org%2FWJ44&amp;data=02%7C01%7Caharui%40adobe.com%7C4c851882cf524936feab08d62fff3679%7Cfa7b1b5a7b34438794aed2c178decee1%7C0%7C0%7C636749170511993420&amp;sdata=WrehniBEFG2PAqOOlZ7PxvO721oPIp14GNOV5zYtkxQ%3D&amp;reserved=0
    > >     > >
    > >     > >     I run first time and had problem with gpg password - just
    > > forgot it,
    > >     > > but
    > >     > >     run it again and type correct password. Probably first time
    > > this tag
    > >     > > was
    > >     > >     created and now script failing cause tag exits. Never ending
    > > story.
    > >     > >
    > >     > >     I'm in that step - If someone would like to try it out let me
    > > know
    > >     > and
    > >     > > I
    > >     > >     won't revert anything for now:
    > >     > >
    > >     > >     ant -f releasecandidate.xml -Drelease.version="0.9.4"
    > >     > > -Dbrowser="c:\Program
    > >     > >     Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" -Drc=1 maven
    > >     > >
    > >     > >     Thanks,
    > >     > >     Piotr
    > >     > >
    > >     > >
    > >     > >     czw., 11 paź 2018 o 10:13 Piotr Zarzycki <
    > > piotrzarzycki21@gmail.com>
    > >     > >     napisał(a):
    > >     > >
    > >     > >     > Hi Alex,
    > >     > >     >
    > >     > >     > This is what I'm getting for git status for royale-compiler
    > > [1]
    > >     > >     >
    > >     > >     > [1]
    > >     > >
    > >     >
    > >
    > https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fpaste.apache.org%2FYuiH&amp;data=02%7C01%7Caharui%40adobe.com%7C4c851882cf524936feab08d62fff3679%7Cfa7b1b5a7b34438794aed2c178decee1%7C0%7C0%7C636749170511993420&amp;sdata=7H8bB%2Fcfzoej2%2BKyWfLhD1fYLD14j%2BU%2BNeP4%2F5FP1KE%3D&amp;reserved=0
    > >     > >     >
    > >     > >     > Thanks,
    > >     > >     > Piotr
    > >     > >     >
    > >     > >     > śr., 10 paź 2018 o 17:50 Alex Harui
    > <aharui@adobe.com.invalid
    > > >
    > >     > > napisał(a):
    > >     > >     >
    > >     > >     >> What does 'git status' return for that local copy of the
    > >     > > royale-compiler
    > >     > >     >> repo?
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >> That part of the script is trying to see if
    > > compiler-jburg-types
    > >     > and
    > >     > >     >> compiler-build-tools needed a version update that needs to
    > > be
    > >     > > pushed.
    > >     > >     >> Those two projects should be at 1.0.0 since we rarely, if
    > > ever,
    > >     > > will need
    > >     > >     >> to modify it.  There shouldn't have been modifications in
    > > this
    > >     > > release, yet
    > >     > >     >> Git status is reporting modifications to some file.  A
    > test
    > > is
    > >     > done
    > >     > > to
    > >     > >     >> check for the word "modified:" in the 'git status' output,
    > > then
    > >     > that
    > >     > >     >> attempt to push is executed.  Somehow, the git status is
    > > implying
    > >     > >     >> modifications but the files we are trying to push are not
    > >     > modified.
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >> The solutions should not require reverting of the release
    > > branch.
    > >     > > It
    > >     > >     >> looks like you have successfully created a correct set of
    > > branches
    > >     > > and the
    > >     > >     >> steps you are running start by pulling down the release
    > > branch.  I
    > >     > > didn't
    > >     > >     >> see any commits to the release branch from the scripts, so
    > > to
    > >     > > re-start, it
    > >     > >     >> should just be manually deleting the local copies of the
    > > repos and
    > >     > > running
    > >     > >     >> the Ant command again after making one of the changes to
    > >     > >     >> releasecandidate.xml I will describe below:
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >> IMO, the choices are (and there may be more choices)
    > >     > >     >> 1.  Figure out how to be smarter about what 'git status'
    > > output
    > >     > > will say
    > >     > >     >> so the test works correctly
    > >     > >     >> 2. Set failonerror="false" on the push step and not care
    > if
    > > that
    > >     > > push
    > >     > >     >> succeeds.  This is slightly risky if we ever do want to
    > push
    > >     > > changes, but
    > >     > >     >> again, that is low probability, IMO.
    > >     > >     >> 3. Comment out those steps since it will be rare we will
    > > need
    > >     > > them.  If
    > >     > >     >> we do need them some day, the RM will have to remember to
    > >     > uncomment
    > >     > > those
    > >     > >     >> steps.
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >> HTH,
    > >     > >     >> -Alex
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >> On 10/10/18, 2:52 AM, "Piotr Zarzycki" <
    > > piotrzarzycki21@gmail.com
    > >     > >
    > >     > >     >> wrote:
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     Ok It's failed :) However I passed step 3 in
    > > instruction. Step
    > >     > > 4 is
    > >     > >     >> failing
    > >     > >     >>     [1] - if someone know what could it be - I will wait
    > > with
    > >     > > reverting
    > >     > >     >> changes.
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     Lines in stacktrace are pointing in ant script to
    > > following
    > >     > > targets:
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     Line 556: git-commit-and-push-utils
    > >     > >     >>     Line 487: git-commit-and-push-utils-if-modified
    > >     > >     >>     Line 473:
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     <exec executable="${git}" dir="${compiler}"
    > >     > failonerror="true" >
    > >     > >     >>                 <arg value="commit" />
    > >     > >     >>                 <arg value="-m" />
    > >     > >     >>                 <arg value="remove SNAPSHOT from
    > >     > > compiler-jburg-types and
    > >     > >     >>     compiler-build-tools versions" />
    > >     > >     >>             </exec>
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     [1]
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > >     >
    > >
    > https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fpaste.apache.org%2Fbg5e&amp;data=02%7C01%7Caharui%40adobe.com%7C4c851882cf524936feab08d62fff3679%7Cfa7b1b5a7b34438794aed2c178decee1%7C0%7C0%7C636749170511993420&amp;sdata=N7mNbeXjpXHVFoHsYjERoaoTYSaqoLBYPwi9KJh1e54%3D&amp;reserved=0
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     Thanks,
    > >     > >     >>     Piotr
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     śr., 10 paź 2018 o 11:34 Carlos Rovira <
    > >     > carlosrovira@apache.org
    > >     > > >
    > >     > >     >> napisał(a):
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > Ok Piotr, good luck! :)
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > El mié., 10 oct. 2018 a las 10:34, Piotr Zarzycki (<
    > >     > >     >>     > piotrzarzycki21@gmail.com>) escribió:
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > Hi Guys,
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > I will try right now process from my PC. We will
    > > see how
    > >     > > far I
    > >     > >     >> will go
    > >     > >     >>     > with
    > >     > >     >>     > > that.
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > Piotr
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > czw., 4 paź 2018 o 22:01 Alex Harui
    > >     > > <aharui@adobe.com.invalid>
    > >     > >     >>     > napisał(a):
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > Hi Om,
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > If make_branches succeeds, then you shouldn't
    > > need to go
    > >     > > back
    > >     > >     >> and
    > >     > >     >>     > delete
    > >     > >     >>     > > > branches and tags and run make_branches again if
    > > the
    > >     > > "maven"
    > >     > >     >> step
    > >     > >     >>     > fails.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > You might need to revert any changes to the
    > > release
    > >     > > branch that
    > >     > >     >> the
    > >     > >     >>     > > > "maven" step did, but then you should be able to
    > > delete
    > >     > > the
    > >     > >     >> local copy
    > >     > >     >>     > of
    > >     > >     >>     > > > the branches and start again with "maven" or
    > >     > >     >>     > > > "maven_skip_compiler_and_typedefs" if you got
    > all
    > > the
    > >     > way
    > >     > > up to
    > >     > >     >>     > > royale-asjs.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > What are some of the 200+ files that don't get
    > > reverted
    > >     > > back to
    > >     > >     >> 0.9.4?
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > You are welcome to try to add the "continue"
    > > option.  I
    > >     > > would
    > >     > >     >> suggest
    > >     > >     >>     > > > adding a dummy parameter.  So if the script
    > > currently
    > >     > > calls
    > >     > >     >> Maven like
    > >     > >     >>     > > this:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >         <exec executable="${mvn}"
    > >     > >     >> dir="${basedir}/maven-release-plugin"
    > >     > >     >>     > > > failonerror="true" >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >             <arg value="clean" />
    > >     > >     >>     > > >             <arg value="install" />
    > >     > >     >>     > > >         </exec>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > You can try changing it to something like this:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >         <property name="continueOption"
    > >     > value="-Ddummy=0"
    > >     > > />
    > >     > >     >>     > > >         <exec executable="${mvn}"
    > >     > >     >> dir="${basedir}/maven-release-plugin"
    > >     > >     >>     > > > failonerror="true" >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >             <arg value="${continueOption}" />
    > >     > >     >>     > > >             <arg value="clean" />
    > >     > >     >>     > > >             <arg value="install" />
    > >     > >     >>     > > >         </exec>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > Then you should be able to set in your
    > > local.properties:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > continueOption=-rf JewelExample
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > You will probably need to use different names
    > for
    > > each
    > >     > > call to
    > >     > >     >> Maven so
    > >     > >     >>     > > > subsequent Maven calls don't pick up the same
    > > option.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > HTH,
    > >     > >     >>     > > > -Alex
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > On 10/4/18, 11:58 AM, "OmPrakash Muppirala" <
    > >     > >     >> bigosmallm@gmail.com>
    > >     > >     >>     > > wrote:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     On Thu, Oct 4, 2018 at 1:48 AM Alex Harui
    > >     > >     >> <aharui@adobe.com.invalid
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > wrote:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > Om, it looks like you are still deleting
    > and
    > >     > > recreating
    > >     > >     >> the
    > >     > >     >>     > > branches.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > Does this mean you have never completed
    > the
    > >     > > make_branches
    > >     > >     >> step?
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     Yes, I delete the tags, branches (remote)
    > > each time
    > >     > >     >> something
    > >     > >     >>     > fails.
    > >     > >     >>     > > > Then
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     I do a global search for 0.9.5 and replace
    > it
    > > with
    > >     > > 0.9.4
    > >     > >     >> (some 200+
    > >     > >     >>     > > > files
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     across 3 repos), then push them into
    > > remote/develop.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     Then I do the make_branches step first.
    > Then
    > > do a
    > >     > > git push
    > >     > >     >> in
    > >     > >     >>     > > > roayale-asjs
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     as per the instructions in the commandline.
    > I
    > > have
    > >     > > never
    > >     > >     >> had issues
    > >     > >     >>     > > > with
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     this step.  It is always the maven step that
    > > fails
    > >     > > for some
    > >     > >     >> reason
    > >     > >     >>     > or
    > >     > >     >>     > > > the
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     other.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > Is make_branches failing trying to run a
    > > build in
    > >     > > the
    > >     > >     >> develop
    > >     > >     >>     > > branch
    > >     > >     >>     > > > and
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > uploading 0.9.5-SNAPSHOT artifacts?
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     No
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > I supposed we could try to find a way to
    > > skip
    > >     > that,
    > >     > > but
    > >     > >     >> you will
    > >     > >     >>     > > need
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > reliable uploading to repository.a.o to be
    > > an RM
    > >     > > without
    > >     > >     >> going
    > >     > >     >>     > > crazy.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     Hmm, I use the same internet connection for
    > > personal
    > >     > > and
    > >     > >     >> work
    > >     > >     >>     > related
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     activities.  I don't usually have issues
    > with
    > >     > > internet.
    > >     > >     >> Either we
    > >     > >     >>     > > are
    > >     > >     >>     > > > very
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     unlucky here or we need a more reselient way
    > > to pick
    > >     > > up
    > >     > >     >> things if
    > >     > >     >>     > we
    > >     > >     >>     > > > lose
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     internet connectivity momentarily.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     It takes upwards of 90 minutes of uploading
    > > stuff. I
    > >     > > dont
    > >     > >     >> do this
    > >     > >     >>     > > kind
    > >     > >     >>     > > > of
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     uploading for my regular work, so that is
    > > probably I
    > >     > > have
    > >     > >     >> never hit
    > >     > >     >>     > > > this
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     issue before.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     I still think that looking into the
    > > 'resume-from'
    > >     > > directive
    > >     > >     >> in
    > >     > >     >>     > maven
    > >     > >     >>     > > is
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     worthwhile.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     Thanks,
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     Om
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > -Alex
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > On 10/3/18, 2:11 PM, "OmPrakash
    > Muppirala" <
    > >     > >     >> bigosmallm@gmail.com
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > > wrote:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 2:02 PM Alex
    > > Harui
    > >     > >     >>     > > > <aharui@adobe.com.invalid>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > wrote:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > Hi Om,
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > Does anything deploy, or is that the
    > > first
    > >     > > thing
    > >     > >     >> that is
    > >     > >     >>     > > > attempted to
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > deploy?  I found this article that
    > > might
    > >     > help:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > >     >
    > >
    > https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcommunity.apigee.com%2Fquestions%2F50756%2Funable-to-deploy-using-maven-script-due-to-error-r.html&amp;data=02%7C01%7Caharui%40adobe.com%7C4c851882cf524936feab08d62fff3679%7Cfa7b1b5a7b34438794aed2c178decee1%7C0%7C0%7C636749170511993420&amp;sdata=avwL9WdViB%2FT8BbuHI4JKTal68yJ5FHGTVIJkRCZHeM%3D&amp;reserved=0
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     It deployed a lot of artifacts before
    > > hitting
    > >     > > this
    > >     > >     >> error.  I
    > >     > >     >>     > > > don't see
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     anything special with this artifact.
    > > So, I am
    > >     > >     >> guessing that
    > >     > >     >>     > it
    > >     > >     >>     > > > was a
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     momentary bad connection that caused
    > > this.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > I would be concerned about
    > restarting
    > > from
    > >     > the
    > >     > >     >> middle of a
    > >     > >     >>     > > > Maven
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > call.  I
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > suppose you could try it, but what
    > if
    > > it
    > >     > > skipped an
    > >     > >     >>     > artifact?
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     The maven error message explicitly
    > says
    > > this:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >          [exec] [INFO] [ERROR] After
    > > correcting
    > >     > the
    > >     > >     >> problems, you
    > >     > >     >>     > > can
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > resume
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     the build with the command
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >          [exec] [INFO] [ERROR]   mvn
    > > <goals> -rf
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >  :Jewel-Light-NoFlat-Primary-Sunflower-Theme
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > There should be Ant targets for
    > > starting
    > >     > only
    > >     > > on
    > >     > >     >>     > royale-asjs
    > >     > >     >>     > > if
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > royale-compiler and royale=typedefs
    > > worked
    > >     > ok.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > HTH,
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > -Alex
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > On 10/3/18, 11:58 AM, "OmPrakash
    > > Muppirala"
    > >     > <
    > >     > >     >>     > > > bigosmallm@gmail.com>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > wrote:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     Another suggestion I have is -
    > > can we do
    > >     > > all
    > >     > >     >> the pushes
    > >     > >     >>     > > to
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > remote after
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     everything is done locally?
    > That
    > > way,
    > >     > if
    > >     > >     >> something
    > >     > >     >>     > goes
    > >     > >     >>     > > > wrong
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > halfway, we
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     can just delete the royale-*
    > dirs
    > >     > locally
    > >     > > and
    > >     > >     >> rerun the
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > releasecandiate ant
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     script?
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     Not sure if this is an easy
    > > change?
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     Thanks,
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     Om
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 11:42 AM
    > >     > OmPrakash
    > >     > >     >> Muppirala <
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > bigosmallm@gmail.com>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     wrote:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > Okay, I tried a couple of
    > times
    > > and I
    > >     > > have
    > >     > >     >> started
    > >     > >     >>     > > > getting
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > `SSL peer
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > shut
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > down incorrectly errors`
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [INFO]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [INFO]
    > BUILD
    > >     > FAILURE
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [INFO]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [INFO]
    > Total
    > > time:
    > >     > > 16:04
    > >     > >     >> min
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [INFO]
    > > Finished at:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > 2018-10-03T11:38:49-07:00
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [INFO]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [ERROR]
    > > Failed to
    > >     > > execute
    > >     > >     >> goal
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > > org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-deploy-plugin:2.8.2:deploy
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > (default-deploy)
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > on project
    > >     > >     >>     > Jewel-Light-NoFlat-Primary-Sunflower-Theme:
    > >     > >     >>     > > > Failed
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > to
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > deploy
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > artifacts: Could not transfer
    > > artifact
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > >     >
    > >
    > org.apache.royale.framework:Jewel-Light-NoFlat-Primary-Sunflower-Theme:swc:0.9.4
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > from/to apache.releases.https
    > (
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > >     >
    > >
    > https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Frepository.apache.org%2Fservice%2Flocal%2Fstaging%2Fdeploy%2Fmaven2&amp;data=02%7C01%7Caharui%40adobe.com%7C4c851882cf524936feab08d62fff3679%7Cfa7b1b5a7b34438794aed2c178decee1%7C0%7C0%7C636749170511993420&amp;sdata=H5hBmJ710nh%2BOins3UWZBPnT2uauxBxp1AmfxYlPL4o%3D&amp;reserved=0
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > ):
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > Remote host closed connection
    > > during
    > >     > >     >> handshake: SSL
    > >     > >     >>     > > peer
    > >     > >     >>     > > > shut
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > down
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > incorrectly -> [Help 1]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [ERROR]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [ERROR] To
    > > see the
    > >     > > full
    > >     > >     >> stack
    > >     > >     >>     > trace
    > >     > >     >>     > > > of the
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > errors,
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > re-run Maven with the -e
    > switch.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [ERROR]
    > > Re-run
    > >     > Maven
    > >     > > using
    > >     > >     >> the -X
    > >     > >     >>     > > > switch to
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > enable
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > full debug logging.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [ERROR]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [ERROR] For
    > > more
    > >     > >     >> information about
    > >     > >     >>     > > the
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > errors and
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > possible solutions, please
    > read
    > > the
    > >     > > following
    > >     > >     >>     > articles:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [ERROR]
    > > [Help 1]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > >     >
    > >
    > https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fcwiki.apache.org%2Fconfluence%2Fdisplay%2FMAVEN%2FMojoExecutionException&amp;data=02%7C01%7Caharui%40adobe.com%7C4c851882cf524936feab08d62fff3679%7Cfa7b1b5a7b34438794aed2c178decee1%7C0%7C0%7C636749170511993420&amp;sdata=DydPCLlicCVtZNy%2FYGxISlhxVp811yQCfGmi0HN2j8E%3D&amp;reserved=0
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [ERROR]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [ERROR]
    > After
    > >     > > correcting
    > >     > >     >> the
    > >     > >     >>     > > > problems, you
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > can
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > resume
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > the build with the command
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO] [ERROR]
    >  mvn
    > >     > > <goals> -rf
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > > :Jewel-Light-NoFlat-Primary-Sunflower-Theme
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >      [exec] [INFO]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > I am guessing it is a bad
    > > internet
    > >     > >     >> connection.  I am
    > >     > >     >>     > > > wondering
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > if we
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > can
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > pass a -rf (resume from)
    > option
    > > to the
    > >     > > maven
    > >     > >     >> call
    > >     > >     >>     > from
    > >     > >     >>     > > > ant?
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > Otherwise
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > doing all this from scratch
    > > everytime
    > >     > > is a
    > >     > >     >> big pain.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > Thanks,
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > Om
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 12:47
    > AM
    > > Alex
    > >     > > Harui
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > <aharui@adobe.com.invalid
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     > wrote:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >> Looks like it was a missing [
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >> MXRoyale and SparkRoyale
    > built
    > > for
    > >     > me.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >> HTH,
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >> -Alex
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >> On 10/3/18, 12:43 AM,
    > > "OmPrakash
    > >     > > Muppirala" <
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > bigosmallm@gmail.com>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >> wrote:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     Thanks!
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     I reverted everything
    > back
    > > to
    > >     > > previous
    > >     > >     >> state.  I
    > >     > >     >>     > > > can give
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > it a
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > shot
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     tomorrow evening.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     Regards,
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     Om
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at
    > > 12:41 AM
    > >     > > Alex
    > >     > >     >> Harui
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > <aharui@adobe.com.invalid>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >> wrote:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     > It was in a releasable
    > > state.
    > >     > >     >> TourDeFlex was
    > >     > >     >>     > > > running
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > on it.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     > I'm trying to track
    > down
    > > the
    > >     > > change
    > >     > >     >> that broke
    > >     > >     >>     > > it.
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     > -Alex
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     > On 10/3/18, 12:32 AM,
    > >     > "OmPrakash
    > >     > >     >> Muppirala" <
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > bigosmallm@gmail.com>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >> wrote:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >     A bit more
    > progress.
    > > Now we
    > >     > > are
    > >     > >     >> failing on
    > >     > >     >>     > > the
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     > MXRoyale
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > project:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >          [exec] [INFO]
    > > [INFO]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >          [exec] [INFO]
    > > [INFO]
    > >     > > BUILD
    > >     > >     >> FAILURE
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >          [exec] [INFO]
    > > [INFO]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >          [exec] [INFO]
    > > [INFO]
    > >     > > Total
    > >     > >     >> time:
    > >     > >     >>     > 01:34
    > >     > >     >>     > > > min
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >          [exec] [INFO]
    > > [INFO]
    > >     > > Finished
    > >     > >     >> at:
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > 2018-10-03T00:28:14-07:00
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >          [exec] [INFO]
    > > [INFO]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>
    > >     > >
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >          [exec] [INFO]
    > > [ERROR]
    > >     > > Failed
    > >     > >     >> to
    > >     > >     >>     > execute
    > >     > >     >>     > > > goal
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    > >     > >     >>     > > >
    > >     > > org.apache.royale.compiler:royale-maven-plugin:0.9.4:compile-as
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >
    >  (default-compile-as)
    > > on
    > >     > > project
    > >     > >     >> MXRoyale:
    > >     > >     >>     > > > There were
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     > errors
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >> during the
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >     >>     >     build. Got return
    > > code 3 ->
    > >     > > [Help
    > >     > >     >> 1]
    > >     > >     >>     > > >     >     >
    
    
    
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