[DRE-maint] Bug#653359: test failure in mixlib-authentication 1.1.4
pravi.a at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 06:31:49 UTC 2012
I have added this line to README
2012/1/4 Praveen A <pravi.a at gmail.com>:
> Thanks Christopher! Though other mixlib-* projects have active github
> issues (I have reported a few issues myself). It would be easier to
> report issues on github, but at least jira url should be mentioned in
> 2012/1/4 Christopher Brown <cb at opscode.com>:
>> Thanks Praveen. I'll pass this on to the team.
>> Normally these are submitted along with the chef project issues in our
>> open-source jira instance at http://tickets.opscode.com, but I know
>> that's not clear for the mixlib-* projects.
>> Thanks again,
>> On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 7:41 AM, Praveen A <pravi.a at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> [I'm sending this directly to you because I did not see an option to
>>> report issue at https://github.com/opscode/mixlib-authentication I
>>> think it would be a good idea to enable it there]
>>> Hi Christopher,
>>> I get the following test failure with 'ruby 1.8.7 (2011-06-30
>>> patchlevel 352) [x86_64-linux]' on debian unstable/sid. I'm trying to
>>> build a new debian package using new gem2deb tool and now all tests
>>> are run as part of package building process.
>>> 1) Mixlib::Authentication::HTTPAuthenticationRequest raises an error when not
>>> all required headers are given
>>> Failure/Error: Unable to find matching line from backtrace
>>> missing required authentication header(s) 'X_OPS_SIGN'
>>> # ./lib/mixlib/authentication/http_authentication_request.rb:80:in `validat
>>> # ./lib/mixlib/authentication/http_authentication_request.rb:32:in
>>> # ./spec/mixlib/authentication/http_authentication_request_spec.rb:85:in
>>> # ./spec/mixlib/authentication/http_authentication_request_spec.rb:85
>>> # debian/ruby-tests.rb:1
>>> Finished in 0.0332 seconds
>>> 19 examples, 1 failure
>>> Please fix this.
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>> Christopher Brown, Chief Technical Officer, Opscode, Inc.
>> T: (425) 502-5522, E: cb at opscode.com
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>> Twitter: @skeptomai
> പ്രവീണ് അരിമ്പ്രത്തൊടിയില്
> You have to keep reminding your government that you don't get your
> rights from them; you give them permission to rule, only so long as
> they follow the rules: laws and constitution.
You have to keep reminding your government that you don't get your
rights from them; you give them permission to rule, only so long as
they follow the rules: laws and constitution.
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