Oremj tried running the ./manage.py add_core_lib command to add SDK 1.12, and it failed with this error: jetpack.management.SDKDirDoesNotExist: 'One of these packages is required: api-utils, jetpack-core' File "/data/addons-dev/src/builder-addons-dev.allizom.org/flightdeck/apps/jetpack/management/__init__.py", line 65, in get_core_manifest ', '.join(ALLOWED_CORE_NAMES.keys())) The SDK no longer has jetpack-core or api-utils packages, as we're now packageless, so https://github.com/mozilla/FlightDeck/blob/master/apps/jetpack/management/__init__.py will need to be changed to adjust for this.
Here's my suggestion for how I think this should work: * adding SDK versions 1.12 and up, we should skip adding the special addon-kit and api-utils packages - this makes sense as there are no longer any packages in the SDK * when creating a new add-on or package, they should not have any dependencies * when upgrading from SDK 1.11 to a newer version, remove existing addon-kit and api-utils dependencies. What we need to test in particular is upgrading an existing add-on that has multiple package dependencies, to make sure it gets packaged properly.
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?cmdtype=runnamed;namedcmd=Moje;list_id=5176907 PackageRevision does not directly depend on the SDK's libraries. It is just assigned to an SDK. The issue was only to remove/hide all direct calls to the library if it doesn't exist. After this SDK will be installed in -dev we need to test XPI building and export to .zip
WFM on -dev.