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Notes about issue kodi_package_captures_build_path_in_source_filename_hash in unstable

Identifier: kodi_package_captures_build_path_in_source_filename_hash
Suites: stretch / buster / bullseye / bookworm / unstable / experimental
Description: kodi-* packages sometimes have strange paths like SIDCodec.cpp.b78d5642 in
the binary (without the build path). The string suffix does not vary
between builds in the same build path, suggesting its a hash of the build
Disabling Link-Time Optimization (LTO) and/or Debug Fission solves this
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

reproducible icon 49 reproducible packages in unstable/amd64: kodi-audiodecoder-fluidsynth kodi-audiodecoder-openmpt kodi-audiodecoder-sidplay kodi-audioencoder-flac kodi-audioencoder-lame kodi-audioencoder-vorbis kodi-audioencoder-wav kodi-imagedecoder-heif kodi-imagedecoder-raw kodi-inputstream-adaptive kodi-inputstream-ffmpegdirect kodi-inputstream-rtmp kodi-peripheral-joystick kodi-peripheral-xarcade kodi-pvr-argustv kodi-pvr-dvblink kodi-pvr-dvbviewer kodi-pvr-filmon kodi-pvr-hdhomerun kodi-pvr-hts kodi-pvr-iptvsimple kodi-pvr-mediaportal-tvserver kodi-pvr-mythtv kodi-pvr-nextpvr kodi-pvr-njoy kodi-pvr-octonet kodi-pvr-pctv kodi-pvr-sledovanitv-cz kodi-pvr-stalker kodi-pvr-teleboy kodi-pvr-vbox kodi-pvr-vdr-vnsi kodi-pvr-vuplus kodi-pvr-waipu kodi-pvr-wmc kodi-pvr-zattoo kodi-screensaver-asteroids kodi-screensaver-biogenesis kodi-screensaver-greynetic kodi-screensaver-pingpong kodi-screensaver-pyro kodi-screensaver-shadertoy kodi-vfs-libarchive kodi-vfs-sftp kodi-visualization-fishbmc kodi-visualization-pictureit kodi-visualization-shadertoy kodi-visualization-spectrum kodi-visualization-waveform

FTBFS icon 1 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: mir

FTBR icon 13 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: bibletime bustools cg3 chemps2 darktable encfs igraph innoextract open3d openttd simgrid solvespace transfuse


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