Testing the upgrade to Qt 5.12



  • @dobey
    So on my BQ4.5, just did a full reinstall devel + ubports-qa ( i said "no" when asking to remove some packages ) still have most of apps and all webapps crashing at load time:
    e.g: messaging-app, clock, weather, teleport, youtube webapp, gmail webapp.
    Only working apps are Dialer, Address-book-app, Openstore, Gallery, Camera, Dekko ( blank screen ), FileManager



  • We either have to find a way to provide logs to @dobey or send him the devices. Otherwise there is nothing he can do without more info than "the apps are crashing"...



  • @Fla yes, already did



  • For Calculator there will be a new release soon which updates the math.js library, and should function on Qt 5.12. Thanks to Brian.



  • @kugiigi said in Testing the upgrade to Qt 5.12:

    Messaging app opens fine but if you open a thread, the messages are jumbled and not displayed correctly

    Can you get me the log file for messaging-app when this happens on Qt 5.12? You can send it to me on Telegram via PM, if you want, in case there's any personal info in it. I don't have any way to test this locally currently, as the old ofono-phonesim package conflicts with changes in 5.12 and I haven't gotten a newer version working yet.



  • Good to hear there is progress with the Qt 5.12 update. Reading above message it is not clear to me if you can also test this with app development using clickable. Is there a docker file with Qt 5.12 that can be used?

    I thought to test apps that need Qt 5.12 by running clickable desktop. Would that be possible? One of the apps that need an update Qt is Kaidan, and I guess there are more (with potential to be ported).



  • @Mattias I think it'll only be possible once it lands in devel. For now, you might need to install Qt 5.12 on a device and test your apps there



  • nexus 5```
    There was an error loading Unity8:

    Missing some files.


  • @Isaac If this is installed from the past 2 days, please revert to devel and do not install Qt 5.12 branches for now.

    There was an issue I was trying to fix, but CI lied to me a bit, and now the world is broken again with Qt 5.12 so I'm going to have to rebuild everything again the difficult way. Please be patient and I'll post again when it's properly installable again. Sorry for the hiccups all!



  • @dobey said in Testing the upgrade to Qt 5.12:

    but CI lied to me a bit

    Who is CI?
    Do you want we chase and frag him for you? 👿



  • @Keneda said in Testing the upgrade to Qt 5.12:

    Who is CI?

    Quick and dirty definition :
    "Continuous Integration" (I think), it's a feature of Gitlab granting automatic daily builds with multiple repos.
    It allows to script the integration process...



  • @AppLee Well, Jenkins, and more specifically pbuilder in this case.



  • OK. Everything that needed to be rebuilt is finally done, and things should be usable again. Please test!

    There's an e4.5 on its way to me, though not sure how long it will take to arrive. Hopefully I can see what the issues are that @CiberSheep and @lduboeuf were reporting on ther BQs when it gets here.



  • Nexus 5

    First minutes of test:

    Can't reach web throught wi-fi. In settings app it shows that i'm connected.

    Upd... Wi-fi works, but still can't connect to some known access points. ( random bug )

    Cellular data works.

    Clock & Calendar apps go down when being launched.

    Keep testing.



  • @Isaac said in Testing the upgrade to Qt 5.12:

    Clock & Calendar apps go down when being launched.

    Calendar app is a known issue as it was using some internal API that we needed to remove with Qt 5.12 upgrade. There is a PR waiting to be merged/released which solves the issue.

    For Clock app do you have a log? It is working fine here on my Nexus 4.

    Thanks.



  • @dobey fine will give a try tomorrow morning



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  • @dobey

    Loading module: 'libubuntu_application_api_touch_mirclient.so.3.0.0'
    Creating a QMirClientScreen now
    Could not create AF_NETLINK socket (Permission denied)
    propsReply "An AppArmor policy prevents this sender from sending this message to this recipient; type=\"method_call\", sender=\":1.328\" (uid=32011 pid=2343 comm=\"/usr/lib/qt5/bin/qmlscene share/qml/ubuntu-clock-a\") interface=\"org.freedesktop.DBus.Properties\" member=\"GetAll\" error name=\"(unset)\" requested_reply=\"0\" destination=\"org.freedesktop.NetworkManager\" (uid=0 pid=1724 comm=\"NetworkManager \")"
    nmReply "An AppArmor policy prevents this sender from sending this message to this recipient; type=\"method_call\", sender=\":1.328\" (uid=32011 pid=2343 comm=\"/usr/lib/qt5/bin/qmlscene share/qml/ubuntu-clock-a\") interface=\"org.freedesktop.NetworkManager\" member=\"GetDevices\" error name=\"(unset)\" requested_reply=\"0\" destination=\"org.freedesktop.NetworkManager\" (uid=0 pid=1724 comm=\"NetworkManager \")"
    "Object path cannot be empty"
    qml: [LOG]: Clock Page loaded
    library "/vendor/lib/egl/libGLESv2S3D_adreno.so" not found
    [LOG] Loading laps from  "/home/phablet/.config/com.ubuntu.clock/com.ubuntu.clock.conf"
    qml: [LOG]: Stopwatch Page Loaded
    [PERFORMANCE]: Last frame took 46 ms to render.
    
    (process:2343): dconf-CRITICAL **: unable to create file '/run/user/32011/dconf/user': Permission denied.  dconf will not work properly.
    
    (process:2343): dconf-CRITICAL **: unable to create file '/run/user/32011/dconf/user': Permission denied.  dconf will not work properly.
    
    (process:2343): dconf-CRITICAL **: unable to create file '/run/user/32011/dconf/user': Permission denied.  dconf will not work properly.
    qml: [LOG]: Alarm Database loaded
    qml: [LOG]: Alarm Page loaded
    error calling result "An AppArmor policy prevents this sender from sending this message to this recipient; type=\"method_call\", sender=\":1.230\" (uid=32011 pid=2343 comm=\"/usr/lib/qt5/bin/qmlscene share/qml/ubuntu-clock-a\") interface=\"com.canonical.libertine.Service.Operations\" member=\"list\" error name=\"(unset)\" requested_reply=\"0\" destination=\"com.canonical.libertine.Service\" (uid=32011 pid=3420 comm=\"/usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/libertined \")"
    error calling result "An AppArmor policy prevents this sender from sending this message to this recipient; type=\"method_call\", sender=\":1.230\" (uid=32011 pid=2343 comm=\"/usr/lib/qt5/bin/qmlscene share/qml/ubuntu-clock-a\") interface=\"com.canonical.libertine.Service.OperationsMonitor\" member=\"running\" error name=\"(unset)\" requested_reply=\"0\" destination=\"com.canonical.libertine.Service\" (uid=32011 pid=3420 comm=\"/usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/libertined \")"
    lastError - no arguments?
    error calling result "An AppArmor policy prevents this sender from sending this message to this recipient; type=\"method_call\", sender=\":1.230\" (uid=32011 pid=2343 comm=\"/usr/lib/qt5/bin/qmlscene share/qml/ubuntu-clock-a\") interface=\"com.canonical.libertine.Service.OperationsMonitor\" member=\"last_error\" error name=\"(unset)\" requested_reply=\"0\" destination=\"com.canonical.libertine.Service\" (uid=32011 pid=3420 comm=\"/usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/libertined \")"
    lastError - no arguments?
    error calling result "An AppArmor policy prevents this sender from sending this message to this recipient; type=\"method_call\", sender=\":1.230\" (uid=32011 pid=2343 comm=\"/usr/lib/qt5/bin/qmlscene share/qml/ubuntu-clock-a\") interface=\"com.canonical.libertine.Service.OperationsMonitor\" member=\"result\" error name=\"(unset)\" requested_reply=\"0\" destination=\"com.canonical.libertine.Service\" (uid=32011 pid=3420 comm=\"/usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/libertined \")"
    lastError - no arguments?
    


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  • [2020-10-03:01:40:56.865] qtmir.applications: Application["com.ubuntu.clock_clock"]::setRequestedState(requestedState=suspended)
    [2020-10-03:01:40:56.865] qtmir.applications: Application["com.ubuntu.clock_clock"]::suspend()
    [2020-10-03:01:40:56.866] qtmir.applications: Application["com.ubuntu.clock_clock"]::setInternalState(state=SuspendingWaitSession)
    [2020-10-03:01:40:56.867] toplevelwindowmodel: move after
    index=0,appId=logviewer.neothethird_logviewer,surface=0x2fa5538,id=3),(index=1,appId=com.ubuntu.clock_clock,surface=0x2927fe8,id=4),(index=2,appId=com.ubuntu.filemanager_filemanager,surface=0x2fa5678,id=2)
    [2020-10-03:01:40:56.867] toplevelwindowmodel: setFocusedWindow(Window[0x3243370, id=3, MirSurface[0x2fa5538,""]])
    [2020-10-03:01:40:56.868] qtmir.sessions: TaskController::onSessionStopping - sessionName=ubuntu-clock-app.qml
    [2020-10-03:01:40:56.868] qtmir.applications: Application["com.ubuntu.clock_clock"]::stop()
    Application["com.ubuntu.clock_clock"]::stop()
    [2020-10-03:01:40:56.906] qtmir.applications: Application["com.ubuntu.clock_clock"]::setInternalState(state=Stopped)
    [2020-10-03:01:40:56.997] toplevelwindowmodel: removeAt after (index=0,appId=logviewer.neothethird_logviewer,surface=0x2fa5538,id=3),(index=1,appId=com.ubuntu.filemanager_filemanager,surface=0x2fa5678,id=2) apps left 2
    [2020-10-03:01:40:57.000] qtmir.surfaces: MirSurface[0x2927fe8,"com.ubuntu.clock_clock"]::~MirSurface() viewCount=0
    [2020-10-03:01:40:57.018] qtmir.applications: Application["com.ubuntu.clock_clock"]::~Application()
    [2020-10-03:01:40:57.548] ApplicationManager::onProcessStopped reports stop of appId= "com.ubuntu.clock_clock" which AppMan is not managing, ignoring the event
    

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