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Notes about issue captures_build_path in unstable

Identifier: captures_build_path
Suites: unstable / trixie / bookworm / bullseye / buster / 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 testing and stable we recommend that rebuilds are done in the
same path as the original build.
This issue is only for miscellaneous issues which need individual fixes,
please create new issues for specific issues, e.g. gcc_captures_build_path.
Here follows some general tips for packages using the standard GNU toolchain:
If using autoconf, make sure you call ./configure via a relative and not absolute path.
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.
For more background information see:
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

reproducible icon 2 reproducible packages in unstable/amd64: apriltag thin

FTBFS icon 22 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: camitk cernlib clisp epiphany-browser ghc google-compute-engine-oslogin irsim isc-kea lomiri-ui-toolkit megahit mozillavpn msp430-libc neovim paw qbs qtdeclarative-opensource-src qtquickcontrols-opensource-src sbcl vast gli# grub2#+++ mclibs#

FTBR icon 204 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: abcl ace acm acme alevt amp anytun aspectj assembly-stats asterisk-flite augeas aws-crt-python ben bibclean blitz++ boolstuff boost1.74 boost1.81 cctbx chemeq choqok cmtk coq coreboot cpp-hocon csmith cupt deepin-deb-installer denemo dextractor doxygen ecflow efitools efl emboss eso-midas exonerate fasta3 feff85exafs fftw fish forge freebsd-glue fsharp fte gambas3 gatk-bwamem gatk-fermilite gdb geiser genders geomview getdp gkrellmoon gnome-video-arcade gnucobol3 gnucobol4 go-gir-generator goldendict-webengine gpsshogi gr-air-modes grass gretl gtk-sharp2 hmmer hugs98 hyperic-sigar ifeffit injeqt intel-ipsec-mb iraf irrlicht itsol jabref jskeus juman kaidan kfourinline kimageformats labplot libapache2-mod-tile libdbusmenu-qt libdmapsharing libept libguestfs libhdate libmediascan libnb-platform18-java libnjb libobjcryst librostlab libsimpleini libspring-java libswe libwildmagic lifelines lincity-ng linuxcnc madness manila mayavi2 mdnsd misery mona monero mp4h namazu2 ne ngtcp2 nickle nipy node-dot oar oasis3 oclgrind onednn opencascade openkim-models openmolcas oregano ossp-uuid pccts pcp pcre-ocaml pdb2pqr pdf-presenter-console pforth pgsphere php8.2 plplot pocl pollen polyml postfix postgis proftpd-mod-geoip2 proftpd-mod-kafka proftpd-mod-sftp-ldap proftpd-mod-statsd psocksxx python-cycler qoi qqc2-suru-style qt6-base qtcharts-opensource-src qtconnectivity-opensource-src qtdbusextended qtdoc-opensource-src qtsensors-opensource-src qtserialport-opensource-src qtspeech-opensource-src qttools-opensource-src qtwebchannel-opensource-src qtx11extras-opensource-src quantlib r-base racket rasterview reglookup route-rnd ruby-friendly-id sbc senlin shards silly sketch slime smuxi sopwith stella stone swish-e terminus tuxguitar unicorn-engine userv-utils vdr-plugin-dvd visp warzone2100 wlcs xerial-sqlite-jdbc xmlcopyeditor advi+ buddy+ comedilib+ ffmpeg+ infinipath-psm+ krita+ lam+ lcm+ libforms+ libsx+ lirc+++ lomiri-action-api+ mono+ paraview+ pike8.0+++ simstring+ tempest-for-eliza+ tolua+++ unicon# vlc#+ whitedune# xxkb+

E404 icon 1 404 packages in unstable/amd64: openmpi

timeout icon 4 build timeout packages in unstable/amd64: cross-toolchain-base openjdk-11 statsmodels linux+

depwait icon 2 depwait packages in unstable/amd64: xorp elektra##

NFU icon 2 not for us packages in unstable/amd64: atitvout ne10


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