These are chat archives for coala/coala-bears

12th
Nov 2018
Prashant Sharma
@gutsytechster
Nov 12 2018 13:36
please review coala/coala-bears#2710
Boxuan Li
@li-boxuan
Nov 12 2018 13:58
@gutsytechster You need to make CI happy
Prashant Sharma
@gutsytechster
Nov 12 2018 14:10
Yeah, just doing it. :P
Prashant Sharma
@gutsytechster
Nov 12 2018 16:00
Prashant Sharma
@gutsytechster
Nov 12 2018 17:08

@gutsytechster Hmm, weird. Make sure you have latest coala-dev installed and also all the test-requirements are properly installed.

I made sure that I am working with latest upstream. I pulled the latest commits from upstream and again tried running test. But somehow, same tests are still failing with a few additional ones. :(

Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
Nov 12 2018 17:10
@gutsytechster Can you report the coala version you have using pip freeze
Prashant Sharma
@gutsytechster
Nov 12 2018 17:16
yeah sure.
coala==0.12.0.dev99999999999999
Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
Nov 12 2018 17:20
Hmm, then its okay.
Let me check this
Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
Nov 12 2018 17:29
Do a pip install -r test-requirements.txt again along with pip install -r requirements.txt
Prashant Sharma
@gutsytechster
Nov 12 2018 17:29
Okay.
It says everything is already installed!
Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
Nov 12 2018 17:36
Maybe its due to the python version, I'm not sure. The tests shouldn't fail like this.
Prashant Sharma
@gutsytechster
Nov 12 2018 17:37
Well, I am using Python 3.5.3

Maybe its due to the python version, I'm not sure. The tests shouldn't fail like this.

No problem. Maybe someone else might get what's wrong in it.

Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
Nov 12 2018 17:39
The problem is specifically for you. Also, if you are even with the upstream and have all dependencies installed, it should work fine.
Prashant Sharma
@gutsytechster
Nov 12 2018 17:39
Hmm.
Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
Nov 12 2018 17:39
Till then, try creating a new python3.6 venv and then install dependencies from fresh.
Prashant Sharma
@gutsytechster
Nov 12 2018 17:41
Well, I am not sure if Python 3.6 would work as afaik coala uses python 3.4.x version.
And also when I tried using f-strings which are supported in Python 3.6 in one of my patches. My tests failed because it wasn't available in earlier versions.
Abhinav Kaushlya
@abhishalya
Nov 12 2018 17:42
I guess 3.6 is most supported version of all I guess
Try it, rather than waiting for someone to guess the problem/solution
Prashant Sharma
@gutsytechster
Nov 12 2018 17:43
Hmm. Ok.