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File "/app/code/fosspay/app.py", line 2, in <module>
Oct 13 16:46:16 from fosspay.app import app
I ended up removing alot of the work you put into build.sh and start.sh - on this error specifically, you were in /app/code/fosspay/fosspay which is the wrong app.py weirdly enough. There were also a lot of missing deps in requirements.txt (not your own fault, this is an upstream issue).
I have working code, so if @girish doesn't mind - I'll post my repo to gitlab and we will package that instead.
@murgero Ah. I thought I was in the correct one but I guess not. And yeah I noticed they had some dependency errors so I forked the project to add them back in. Thanks for looking at it. I gave it a couple of days and pretty much dropped it in frustration
Another issue I have with it is there are no tags in the source repo (and they seem to use sourcehut?) so it just pulls from master every deploy. Ideally we would have releases we can evaluate and update to. I's say either someone forks it and puts together releases or we live on the edge and have an always unstable app that pulls new code every time someone installs it.
Also also, I don't see the point in using an account (and therefore a db) to manage things in this app when the most important config is stored in a config file anyways. This app is just one big head scratcher.
so it just pulls from master every deploy
It only pulls the source when it's being built, at least that's how I have it setup. It will not pull on each install.
@murgero Oh right. I guess what I mean is when it is being released, its frustratingly difficult to keep track of releases. I guess at least stores on the cloudron store are pre-built.
@atrilahiji In this case I would track the date the last commit was Example Version Number that can be used here is:
e6ba79c8 - 2020-04-22That is
<commit_hash> - <commit_date>
@murgero True. Not that is isn't possible. Just more frustrating than specific versions. But because the Cloudron app store has pre-built images we at least dont need to worry about a broken version getting pushed to users.
Thanks for looking into this. I basically rage quit this one and went off into a corner to write my own Nuxt.js based version so I'm glad you swooped in.
If you could continue to make one in NodeJS that would be fantastic! We need more than just the one option for sure.
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write my own Nuxt.js based version
You did what?! 🤩
Looks like there is an upstream issue - I am currently working on fixing it.