[OpenStack-I18n] horizon/dashboard Translation sync broken?

Andreas Jaeger aj at suse.com
Sun Jun 18 17:32:31 UTC 2017

On 2017-06-18 16:58, Jeremy Stanley wrote:
> On 2017-06-18 21:53:06 +0900 (+0900), Akihiro Motoki wrote:
>> Thanks for raising this.
>> It seems the translation update job runs on python 3.4. I am not sure
>> all horizon features are ready for python 3.4.
>> Did the infra switch the default python to python 3.4 recently?
>> Although horizon itself does not work with python 3.5 at the moment,
>> python 3.4 is completely out of scope of python 3 support.
> There was a mishap a while back where the default pip on our servers
> got inadvertently linked to an alternative installation which
> defaults to using python3. As a result, virtualenv got reinstalled
> and started creating python3-based environments in error. The pip
> linking was quickly reverted, but fixing the virtualenv installation
> on proposal.slave.openstack.org seems to have been overlooked. I've
> just now force reinstalled virtualenv there and confirmed it's
> creating python2.7-based environments now. I'm going to spot-check
> some of our other similar servers to make sure there's no regression
> or missed repair elsewhere as well. Thanks for noticing this!

yes, that would explain it! Thanks for fixing!

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