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Notes about issue captures_shell_variable_in_autofoo_script in unstable

Identifier: captures_shell_variable_in_autofoo_script
Suites: stretch / buster / bullseye / bookworm / unstable / experimental
Description: Something looking like autotools is capturing SHELL for use at
runtime, which should probably be fixed to /bin/sh anyway.
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Autotools also capturing the build path.
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

reproducible icon 33 reproducible packages in unstable/amd64: alsa-tools ann antlr autoconf babl bless bluez dee dhcpd-pools epiphany fakechroot gearmand gtkspell hercules libbrahe libcddb libgphoto2 libsndfile libtar liburcu meanwhile mp3blaster munipack nis osmo-hlr shadow source-highlight tango west-chamber xtables-addons xz-utils ragel# ypserv+

FTBFS icon 5 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: amanda cvsutils gtk-sharp2 libcommoncpp2 guile-2.2+

FTBR icon 48 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: adios advi apertium autogen bind9 boolstuff comedilib emboss gcc-mingw-w64 geoip geomview gerris guile-3.0 hdf-eos4 inn2 lam lcm libhdate libsdl-console lifelines mimetic mona netgen oregano quantlib quickfix r-base silo-llnl simstring sqlite3 sundials swish-e torrus vdk2 xmlcopyeditor yaws automake1.11++ flex+ gcc-riscv64-unknown-elf+ grub2#+++ gtk-sharp3++ jack-audio-connection-kit+ libforms+ libnet++ librep# libstatgrab+ lirc#++++ osmo-mgw+

 

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