[jaunty] The binary package is not using python2.6
Binary package hint: python-syck
The binary package from the repositories provide the module for python2.4 and python2.5 but not for python2.6 (which is the one is used by default in Jaunty).
The package version:
ii python-syck 0.61.2-1 PySyck python bindings to the Syck YAML parser kit
Here is the output of the command 'dpkg -L', to show the files installed from the package:
The package is the last from the repositories and the system is updated to the last version (the Jaunty release)
The thing is the package source is right and if you rebuild the package in a Jaunty box you'll have a binary package with modules for python2.5 and python2.6. So my guess is the last time this package was built was before the python2.6 migration on Jaunty.
The problem with this bug is that all the scripts and applications which are using python-syck will crash because the lack of this module for python2.6.
And the solution is just to force the rebuild of this package and updaload it to the repos.
|Changed in python-syck (Ubuntu):|
|status:||New → Confirmed|
|Changed in guadalinex:|
|assignee:||nobody → Juanje Ojeda (juanje)|
|importance:||Undecided → High|
|milestone:||none → beta|
|status:||New → Triaged|