Edit Package gitea

A painless self-hosted Git service.

https://gitea.io/

Gitea is a community managed fork of Gogs, lightweight code hosting solution written in Go and published under the MIT license.

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README.SUSE 0000001073 1.05 KB 11 months
gitea-1.14.2.tar.gz 0026043093 24.8 MB about 1 month
gitea-apache-vhost.conf 0000000857 857 Bytes 6 months
gitea-apache.conf 0000000708 708 Bytes 11 months
gitea-fetch_source_and_node_modules.sh 0000002417 2.36 KB 2 months
gitea-node_modules-1.14.2.tar.gz 0083077647 79.2 MB about 1 month
gitea-rpmlintrc 0000000159 159 Bytes over 2 years
gitea.app.ini.patch 0000008270 8.08 KB 2 months
gitea.changes 0000119947 117 KB about 1 month
gitea.firewall 0000000123 123 Bytes about 3 years
gitea.firewalld 0000000185 185 Bytes about 3 years
gitea.profile.csh 0000000030 30 Bytes about 3 years
gitea.profile.sh 0000000031 31 Bytes about 3 years
gitea.service 0000000836 836 Bytes over 1 year
gitea.spec 0000008667 8.46 KB about 1 month
Comments for gitea 18

John Vandenberg's avatar

jayvdb wrote about 2 years ago

How does gitea conflict with git-web ? note left at https://build.opensuse.org/request/show/668311 . Curious to understand why we cant have both installed.



Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote over 1 year ago

Sorry for not building Tumbleweed. But i think it is an bug in golang-packaging.rpm version 15.0.12 in Tumbleweed. https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1163689

With golang-packaging.rpm in version 15.0.11 it will build without error.


Bruno Friedmann's avatar

bruno_friedmann wrote about 1 year ago

But if you don't build for TW, you should remove old binaries, actually gitea-1.10.3-2.1.x86_64 is published and misleading the fact that we could install it.


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote about 1 year ago

It's not right, that I will not build for Tumbleweed. There is a bug in golang package. And the maintainer of it shows no reaction. So, it's lies not on me.


Bruno Friedmann's avatar

bruno_friedmann wrote about 1 year ago

Ok let me re-explain what is wrong actually. Since 3 months the package doesn't build for TW due to the noticed bug. The trouble is that on download.o.o you can still found the gitea-1.10.3xxx rpm (the last successful build), but this one in terms of upstream support is out of date. That's why I've tried to explain you, to go in obs interface and delete previous build for TW. So it will cleanup download.o.o of that old previous version. As a consequence and until the new version build, there will be no more gitea package to download and install for TW.


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote about 1 year ago

I have delete now. But the bug above exists. Gitea us build in my repo for Tumbleweed and old golang-packaging.rpm preety well.


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote about 1 year ago

Okay. I would delete, but have no delete rights. But the bug above exists. Gitea us build in my repo for Tumbleweed and old golang-packaging.rpm preety well.


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote about 1 year ago

I have described the bug and a solution in https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1163689 for golang-packaging. It must fix in all version from 15.0.12 on. Please fix it.


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote 11 months ago

Now 1 month ago a wrote this bug. Why not fixed? It's a simple simple simple patch. And after that Tumpleweed will build again.


Antoine Chauvin's avatar

volgar1x wrote 2 months ago

Is it possible to build with Sqlite3 support?


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote 2 months ago

sqlite support should be enabled now (when build is finished) Please give me a feedback that it is enable.


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote 2 months ago

Does sqlite run now?


Jon Scharff's avatar

jswolf19 wrote 2 months ago

I am using the same Dockerfile and ini file as version 1.13.1, but the localization and log paths seem to have changed with 1.14.1? The web interface is not displayed correctly, and log files are no longer created where they were before (see https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/issues/15525).


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote 2 months ago

I do not understand what you mean. The package here doesn't use Docker or anything from Docker. It also didn't change between 1.13.1 and 1.14.1. All the same directories. The web interface is displayed without any errors. Log files will continue to be filled. / var / log / gitea. And that's where they've been since I created the package. Is the normal standard. According to the standard, the configs are located under / etc / gitea. Your issue in github is wrong. Everything works. Without a single problem. Without having touched the ini version since then.


Jon Scharff's avatar

jswolf19 wrote 2 months ago

I use docker, and the container that I have been using with 1.13.1 doesn't work with 1.14.1. I don't know what has changed to make it work incorrectly, so I was hoping you knew of some change.

I had been moving /usr/share/gitea/options to /usr/share/gitea/conf, which worked from at least v1.12.5 up to v1.13.1. I'm not sure why I was doing that anymore, but it seems I no longer need to do this for 1.14.1. If I stop moving that, things seem to work ok.


Eric Schirra's avatar

ecsos wrote 2 months ago

You use docker. Good for you. And what does that have to do with the package here? Nothing. I'm not dealing with any docker package. And it won't, because I reject docker for productive applications. If you have problems with a docker container, then you should contact the creator of the docker container and not the creator of the rpm package, which has absolutely nothing to do with docker.


Jon Scharff's avatar

jswolf19 wrote 2 months ago

I was trying to figure out if something in the package changed that would cause the same set of commands to no longer work to set up gitea using the rpm package. I'm sorry if you feel that reproducibility is not useful, and I'm also sorry to have bothered you. I have figured out the root of the problem, so I will bother you no more.

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