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Notes about issue timestamps_in_source_generated_by_rcc in unstable

Identifier: timestamps_in_source_generated_by_rcc
Suites: stretch / buster / bullseye / bookworm / unstable / experimental
Description: resource files generated by Qt's resource compiler (rcc) depend on mtimes
of the input files, which may have been generated at build time.
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There is an upstream bug https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTBUG-62511 and a
corresponding merged pull request https://codereview.qt-project.org/202999.
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A temporary solution is to add '--format-version 1' to the rcc command line.
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

FTBFS icon 3 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: elisa-player kpackage kuttypy

FTBR icon 63 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: akonadiconsole antimony apt-offline aseba autokey calamares dupeguru dxf2gcode expeyes falkon grantlee-editor gwenview js8call jtdx juffed kaddressbook kdelibs4support keditbookmarks kid3 kompare kpeople kproperty kreport kuserfeedback kwidgetsaddons libdrumstick minuet mnemosyne nextcloud-desktop nitrokey-app octomap pampi plasma-discover plasma-framework plover plume-creator ponyprog purpose q4wine qhttpengine qt6-declarative qt6-multimedia qt6-positioning qt6-quick3d qt6-remoteobjects qt6-tools qt6-virtualkeyboard qt6-wayland qt6-webchannel qt6-websockets qtscxml-everywhere-src rapid-photo-downloader rtklib sasview scram syrthes umbrello veyon webcamoid wsjtx zint zulucrypt neovim-qt+

 

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