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    Matthew R. Becker
    @beckermr
    he recipe did not change in the version migration, a URL did not hash, or there is jinja2 syntax the bot cannot handle!
    
    Please check the URLs in your recipe with version '2.11.0' to make sure they exist!
    
    We also found the following errors:
    
     - could not hash URL template 'https://pypi.io/packages/source/{{ name[0] }}/{{ name }}/{{ name|upper }}-{{ version }}.tar.gz'
    a common mistake is to push a wheel and not an sdist
    artur-trzesiok
    @artur-trzesiok
    Och, thanks for support. Still I see that we had both on pypi: https://pypi.org/project/k3d/#files
    Matthew R. Becker
    @beckermr
    mmk
    check the recipe
    found it
    remove the upper filter on the name
    artur-trzesiok
    @artur-trzesiok
    you are amazing!
    Matthew R. Becker
    @beckermr
    happy to help!
    :heart:
    I will re-run automaticaly or I need to do something?
    Matthew R. Becker
    @beckermr
    great! please use a PR for changes next time
    the bot tries three times per version
    and then it downweights it in its list of PRs to try
    so it will be retried eventually
    but at random and only if there is time
    i'd suggest making a manual PR for this one
    artur-trzesiok
    @artur-trzesiok
    I understand. Sorry for a non-PR flow
    Thanks a lot for all your help
    Matthew R. Becker
    @beckermr
    ofc!
    :)
    Vasily Litvinov
    @vnlitvinov
    hello! how do I investigate why autotick didn't make a PR after tagging and pypi releases happened?
    recipe uses github archive as source btw
    Marcel Bargull
    @mbargull
    See if the corresponding feedstock is listed at https://conda-forge.org/status/#version_updates .
    Vasily Litvinov
    @vnlitvinov
    it's in "queued" list there

    seems that there's a little too many "errored":

    There are currently 45 queued and 187 errored version updates.

    Eric Kolve
    @erickai2:matrix.org
    [m]
    This PR got labeled bot-rerun yesterday (conda-forge/ai2thor-feedstock#27) - it got closed automatically, but a new PR has not arrived yet. How long should it take for a PR to arrive?
    Marcel Bargull
    @mbargull
    It's listed under "errored" at https://conda-forge.org/status/#version_updates -- but unfortunately without further information available, so I've no idea why. What you can always do in these cases is to open a PR from your personal fork of the feedstock with the desired update (+issuing a @conda-forge-admin, please rerender in there, of course).
    Markus Fleischauer
    @mfleisch
    Hey,
    has anybody experienced a Azure Windows build to just not finish so that it gets canceled by timeout? I am currently having this problem whereas the linux and mac builds run through.
    conda-forge/staged-recipes#16235
    Any suggestions where to start debugging this? Thanks!
    Wolf Vollprecht
    @wolfv
    looks like this package is installing many DLL's?
    2021-09-23T11:15:36.4503773Z Packaging sirius-ms-4.9.4-h57928b3_0
    2021-09-23T11:19:29.7560202Z number of files: 694
    2021-09-23T11:19:29.7561995Z WARNING: failed to get_linkages, codefile_type('C:\Miniconda\conda-bld\sirius-ms_1632395702883\_h_env\share\sirius-ms-4.9.4-0\runtime\bin\jdwp.dll')=DLLfile
    it times out when getting the linkages. but it seems like there are some DLL's that should not be there, is that possible?
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    Vasily Litvinov
    @vnlitvinov
    how long should bot migration take? I've made a release ~1 hour ago but I do not see neither bot PR in conda-forge nor queued/failed migrations in conda-forge status
    Matthew R. Becker
    @beckermr
    wait probably 4-6 hours
    bot cycles run 2 hours these days
    and it needs roughly 2 usually
    Vasily Litvinov
    @vnlitvinov
    cool, thanks