On Mittwoch, 28. März 2018, 16:27:40 CEST wrote Detlef Steuer:
Am Wed, 28 Mar 2018 16:01:57 +0200
schrieb Adrian Schröter <adrian(a)suse.de>de>:
On Mittwoch, 28. März 2018, 15:57:30 CEST wrote
Has gcc-c++ been removed as one of the automatically included
dependencies at build time in OBS? A large number of packages in
devel:languages:R:released are now failing to build due to g++ no
longer being available, and we've changed nothing in the
R-base-devel package Requires which they all rely on.
Can anyone shed some light on this?
It was never installed by default before. If it worked before some
other package required it, you had it in prjconf or in BuildRequires.
But does not matter much, if your package needs it, it should
BuildRequire it IMHO
We have BuildRequires: gcc-c++
and R-base is building, right?
For example AlgDesign fails, that has Requires: R-base
and BuildRequires: R-base-devel.
R-base-devel requires R-core-devel
R-core-devel requires R-base. I would expect gcc-g++ coming onto the
That is not how BuildRequires are working. You should maybe add a
Requires: gcc-c++ as well to some of your -devel packages.
At least if these -devel packages are not usable without a c++ compiler.
Nevertheless, nothing changed on our side, what makes
the failed builds
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