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Notes about issue captures_shell_variable_in_autofoo_script in unstable

Identifier: captures_shell_variable_in_autofoo_script
Suites: unstable / trixie / bookworm / bullseye / experimental
Description: Something looking like autotools is capturing SHELL for use at
runtime, which should probably be fixed to /bin/sh anyway.
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 45 reproducible packages in unstable/amd64: adios alsa-tools ann antlr autoconf babl cvsutils dee dhcpd-pools epiphany fakechroot flex gcc-mingw-w64 gcc-riscv64-unknown-elf gearmand geoip gtk-sharp3 gtkspell hdf-eos4 hercules inn2 jack-audio-connection-kit libbrahe libcddb libgphoto2 libsndfile libstatgrab libtar liburcu meanwhile mp3blaster munipack netgen nis osmo-hlr osmo-mgw ragel shadow source-highlight sqlite3 sundials torrus west-chamber xtables-addons xz-utils

FTBFS icon 1 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: autogen

FTBR icon 35 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: amanda apertium bind9 bluez boolstuff emboss geomview gerris gtk-sharp2 guile-3.0 libhdate libnet lifelines mimetic mona oregano quantlib quickfix r-base silo-llnl swish-e tango xmlcopyeditor yaws advi+ automake1.11++ comedilib+ grub2#+++ lam+ lcm+ libforms+ librep#+ lirc+++ simstring+ ypserv+

timeout icon 1 build timeout packages in unstable/amd64: guile-2.2


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