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Notes about issue captures_build_path_via_assert in unstable

Identifier: captures_build_path_via_assert
Suites: stretch / buster / bullseye / unstable / experimental
Description: Absolute paths to source file names are embedded through assert(), which
embeds the value of the __FILE__ macro in the .data section, or via
filenames in debug symbols, which shows in the .text and .debug_str sections.
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We have a pending patch to GCC to fix this in one central place.
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https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2016-11/msg00182.html
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If/when this is accepted, this issue should be fixed for all packages and
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://alioth-lists.debian.net/pipermail/reproducible-builds/Week-of-Mon-20160822/006788.html
https://alioth-lists.debian.net/pipermail/reproducible-builds/Week-of-Mon-20160905/006984.html
https://alioth-lists.debian.net/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)

reproducible icon 64 reproducible packages in unstable/amd64: ableton-link azure-uamqp-python bedtools biboumi blasr buzztrax compiz cryfs dde-calendar dhex dmarc-cat dmrconfig estscan holes i3-wm insserv jstest-gtk kmer libcap2 libcrypt-openssl-rsa-perl libreswan libvariable-magic-perl mender-client mescc-tools minimap2 mujs muparserx music123 netatalk nfdump nomad-driver-lxc openzwave peony-extensions php-apcu pnscan prometheus-postfix-exporter qmidinet redisearch ros-opencv-apps ruby-bcrypt-pbkdf ruby-bindex ruby-bootsnap ruby-character-set ruby-commonmarker ruby-ed25519 ruby-github-linguist ruby-kgio ruby-murmurhash3 ruby-rblineprof ruby-rbtrace ruby-regexp-property-values ruby-strptime ruby-thrift simdjson skiboot snek snooze soapdenovo sopt supercollider-sc3-plugins tmd710-tncsetup trinityrnaseq ukui-media vfu

FTBFS icon 5 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: libnewlib-nano ntopng termtris tiledarray uftrace

FTBR icon 148 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: ancient android-platform-external-boringssl android-platform-external-libunwind antimony apper aspectc++ audmes autodock-vina blastem boost1.71 btrfs-progs bustools c2x ckbuilder cryptokit ctsim deepin-screenshot doscan dovecot-antispam duktape duma dune-geometry dune-grid dune-grid-glue dune-uggrid erlang-p1-stringprep etbemon ffmpegfs fhist fifechan firmware-tomu fontmatrix freerdp2 fsplib gap genht gftl-shared git-annex git-repair glulxe gmp gmp-ecm gnucobol gtimer hacktv hhsuite i3status iem-plugin-suite imagination innoextract ir.lv2 ivar jacktrip kafs-client kodi-pvr-iptvsimple langdrill lasso libapache2-mod-authn-yolo libappindicator libdispatch libesedb libevt libfvde libgclib libjpeg liblnk liblopsub libmoe libmstoolkit libnxt liboping librandomx limesuite listserialportsc lltdscan lsyncd lumpy-sv lz4 mecab metar music netkit-rsh nginx ngraph-gtk node-expat objcryst-fox ocaml-cstruct ocaml-sha octave-octclip octave-sparsersb olive-editor openems opensubdiv orpie pg-bsd-indent pgpool2 pgstat pldebugger plotsauce plume-creator ponyprog proftpd-mod-counter protobuf psychtoolbox-3 pure-ftpd purify python-pyproj qmc qtnetworkauth-everywhere-src qwinff rng-tools5 rtklib simka spell spglib ssocr st stdx-allocator steghide sumaclust sumatra suricata survivor swarm-cluster systemc tamil-gtk2im tarlz tvoe ufo-core uisp unshield uwsgi vdr-plugin-dvbhddevice vdr-plugin-dvbsddevice vim-command-t vpb-driver vulkan-loader wcc wiipdf xc3sprog xevil xjig xlunzip zeroinstall-injector zfs-fuse zytrax subversion# xavs2+

E404 icon 1 404 packages in unstable/amd64: mapserver

depwait icon 1 depwait packages in unstable/amd64: boinc-app-eah-brp

 

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