I have a home:/ project,
configured to build/use my own, local gcc8 project,
... <repository name="openSUSE_Leap_15.0" rebuild="transitive" block="all" linkedbuild="all"> ... ==> <path project="home:pgnd:devel:gcc8" repository="openSUSE_Leap_15.0"/> ... </repository> ...
where I've set the block="all", per
Block mode ... all: The default behaviour, don't start the build if a depending package is currently building. ...
Checking, the gcc8 project _is_ (re)built, in state "succeeded",
but my dependent ...:netfilter project is completely 'blocked',
iproute2 blocked ipset blocked iptables blocked libmnl blocked libnetfilter_acct blocked libnetfilter_conntrack blocked libnetfilter_cthelper blocked libnetfilter_cttimeout blocked libnetfilter_log blocked libnetfilter_queue blocked libnfnetlink blocked libnftnl blocked shorewall blocked xtables-addons blocked
where the blocks include gcc*; e.g., for the 'shorewall' package, the block is reported as:
gcc-PIE, gcc, binutils, libgmp10, gcc8, cpp, libstdc++6, libmpfr6, libmpc3, cpp8, libasan5, libatomic1, libgomp1, libitm1, liblsan0, libmpx2, libmpxwrappers2, libtsan0, libubsan1
checking, e.g., gcc-PIE, it's currently built & directly available as
and in the repos already in the same version
Same holds true for the other gcc*-built packages I've checked ...
(1) Why do the blocks appear in my ...:netfilter for packages that are available? (2) Is there additional/different project config I need to avoid these blocks, and keep the projects in sync?