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Notes about issue captures_build_path in unstable

Identifier: captures_build_path
Suites: stretch / buster / bullseye / unstable / experimental
Description: Captures build path, e.g., /build/1st/foo-42.0 v. /build/foo-42.0/2nd
Currently we vary the build path only when testing packages from unstable
and experimental, for stretch we recommend that rebuilds are done in the
same path as the original build.
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This issue is only for miscellaneous issues which need individual fixes,
please create new issues for specific issues, e.g. gcc_captures_build_path.
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Here follows some general tips for packages using the standard GNU toolchain:
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If using autoconf, make sure you call ./configure via a relative and not absolute path.
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If your issue is related to using the `__FILE__` macro, or the recording of
--debug-prefix-map flags in non-GCC non-debugging output, this is what is
fixed by our patch mentioned above; you should not need to fix it
specifically in your package.
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For more background information see:
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https://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/reproducible-builds/Week-of-Mon-20160822/006788.html
https://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/reproducible-builds/Week-of-Mon-20160905/006984.html
https://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/reproducible-builds/Week-of-Mon-20160912/007076.html
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

FTBFS icon 28 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: ats-lang-anairiats clisp fieldslib fuzzylite gr-air-modes kcodecs kparts lhapdf libcommoncpp2 libguestfs libindicate liblemon logol neovim pymvpa2 qbs sbcl spark tolua++ cclive+ cduce## elektra## gli# gtk-gnutella+ ppx-core# pymc# sexplib310# teem#

FTBR icon 294 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: ace advi aespipe ahven alsa-tools am-utils amp anet antlr apr apr-util aspectj ats2-lang augeas beignet ben blitz++ boolstuff briquolo brltty camitk camlpdf cernlib chemeq coinor-vol colpack comedilib consensuscore cppunit cupt cxref dacs denemo dochelp dogtag-pki doxygen dvbstreamer dynare efl elixir-lang emboss epiphany erlang-bear esdl eso-midas exiv2 exonerate extlib fastd firefox firefox-esr flex font-manager forge fpgatools freebsd-glue freecontact fsharp fsplib fte ganv gavl gdb geant321 geis geiser genders geoip geomview getdp getfem++ ghc ghc-testsuite gmerlin-avdecoder gmt gnome-video-arcade goodvibes gpick grass groff gtk-sharp2 gtk-sharp3 guiqwt hercules idzebra indigo infinipath-psm injeqt inotifyx irrlicht irsim isc-kea itsol jabref jack-audio-connection-kit jhbuild js-build-tools juman kalzium kfourinline kid3 kido kjs kreport lablgtk-extras labltk laby lam libalog libambix libapache2-mod-perl2 libapreq2 libaria libaunit libbrahe libcaca libcddb libclass-trait-perl libctl libdbusmenu-qt libept libevdev libexosip2 libflorist libforms libfreenect libgcrypt20 libgmpada libhdate libhdf4 libjna-java libksba libnb-platform18-java libncursesada libnet libnjb libnxt libopenobex liboping libquicktime librostlab librostlab-blast libsdl-console libspring-java libstatgrab libtexttools libvpx lifelines likwid linbox lincity-ng linuxlogo lirc lmdb lout madness mailfilter maitreya manila marionnet matplotlib mayavi2 menhir microbiomeutil milter-greylist mimetic misery mochiweb mona mono-basic mp4h msp430-libc nacl namazu2 neotoma netgen nipy nipype nproc oar oasis3 oclgrind ocp ocplib-simplex octomap ohcount opendkim opendmarc openmpi opentoken openvswitch oregano ossp-uuid otags ounit pajeng patsy paw pcp pcre-ocaml pdb2pqr pdf-presenter-console pebl pegasus-wms pgocaml pgsphere php-finder-facade php7.3 pidgin pinpoint pitivi plplot pocl polyml postfix prooftree psocksxx pvm pyotherside python-cycler python-pyaudio qdbm qt3d-opensource-src qtcharts-opensource-src qtconnectivity-opensource-src qtdeclarative-opensource-src qtdoc-opensource-src qtmultimedia-opensource-src qtquickcontrols-opensource-src qtsensors-opensource-src qtserialport-opensource-src qtspeech-opensource-src qtsvg-opensource-src qttools-opensource-src qtwebchannel-opensource-src qtx11extras-opensource-src quantlib r-base rawdns reglookup ros-opencv-apps ruby-narray-miss senlin shapetools silly simgrid simstring simulpic sketch skycat slime smuxi spell sqlite3 starlink-ast starpu statsmodels sumo swish-e tclap telepathy-python tempest-for-eliza thin tntdb visp vlc volume-key votca-csg warzone2100 west-chamber xenomai xmlcopyeditor xorp xtables-addons yaz amora-server+ bibclean+ choqok+ cmtk+ coq+ dballe# fftw+ grub2# libpeas# libquvi+ libwebcam+ mclibs# mod-dnssd+ mono# msp430mcu+ tsdecrypt+ unicon# whitedune# zephyr+

timeout icon 3 build timeout packages in unstable/amd64: openjdk-11 os-autoinst python-xarray

depwait icon 5 depwait packages in unstable/amd64: cegui-mk2 freefem++ nomad polyorb utop

NFU icon 3 not for us packages in unstable/amd64: atitvout gnumach ne10

 

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