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From: Dan Johansson <dan@×××.nu>
To: gentoo-user@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-user] Changed behavior of webapp-config
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2015 20:38:39
Message-Id: 562E8F3A.7060707@dmj.nu
The other day I noticed that the behavior of webapp-config has changed.
I have USE=vhost enabled and I have a directory structure where each
"app" is installed in htdocs in its own v-host like this:

/var/www/app-1.int.dmj.nu/htdocs/
/var/www/app-2.int.dmj.nu/htdocs/

Before I could simply do the following to upgrade an app
# webapp-config -h app-1.int.dmj.nu -U app-1 1.2.3

And this would update the app-1 in /var/www/app-1.int.dmj.nu to version
1.2.3
(note, there is NO -d for directory in there)

Doing this now results in this:
* Install dir flag not supplied, defaulting to "app-1".
* Fatal error: Cannot clean!
* Fatal error: No package installed in
/var/www/app-1.int.dmj.nu/htdocs/app-1
* Fatal error(s) - aborting

I have played around a bit and found that if I add "-d ." it does update
the application correct but with some messages (sorry I do not have them
at hand now) about webapp-config not able to "clean" the old version.
And worse still, I then get two "active" entries in the webapp-config DB
(/var/db/webapps/app-1/<version>/installs):

One for the old version:
123456789 0 0 /var/www/app-1.int.dmj.nu/htdocs

And one for the new
0987654321 0 0 /var/www/app-1.int.dmj.nu/htdocs/.

Any suggestions on how to make the "new" webapp-config behave like the
"old" one (short of downgrading of cause)?

KR
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Dan Johansson
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Re: [gentoo-user] Changed behavior of webapp-config Mick <michaelkintzios@×××××.com>