On Mittwoch, 27. April 2016, 11:58:47 wrote Matwey V. Kornilov:
Now, I am trying to understand why
is failed for a year.
I would like to check a hypothesis that `build` used to build `build` is
outdated for armv7l and this leads to this unit-test failure.
I can bootstrap `build` for armv7l by disabling %check section, but then
I can not understand how to rebuild `build` using built `build`.
It looks like there are no rpms available in /.build.binaries/ directory.
This is the first thing what I would check.
But most likely they are missing definitions and build recepies for arm inside
of the test/ directory.
I will enable arm in the devel project openSUSE:Tools to have also a look ...
[ 1s] Using BUILD_ROOT=/var/cache/obs/worker/root_3/.mount
[ 1s] Using BUILD_ARCH=armv7l:armv6l:armv5tel
[ 1s] Doing kvm build in /var/cache/obs/worker/root_3/root
[ 1s] armbuild18 started "build build.spec" at Sun Apr 24 08:07:22
[ 1s] Building build for project 'openSUSE:Factory:ARM' repository
'standard' arch 'armv7l' srcmd5
[ 1s] processing recipe
[ 1s] running changelog2spec --target rpm --file
[ 1s] init_buildsystem --configdir
/var/run/obs/worker/3/build/configs --cachedir /var/cache/build
--prepare --clean --rpmlist /var/cache/obs/worker/root_3/.build.rpmlist
How could I control where did init_buildsystem came from?
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