From: Matwey V. Kornilov <matwey.kornilov(a)gmail.com>
Sent: 24 January 2021 16:23
Subject: Re: openSUSE Leap 15.3: some packages inherited from SLE are
(probably) not rebuildable
21.01.2021 15:47, Lubos Kocman пишет:
I do have some bad and also kind of good news for you.
We can't really ensure rebuildability of inherited binary packages
from SLE in openSUSE Leap 15.3 (or rather Backports) buildroot.
The good news at least in this direction (rebuildability):
Dirk, Guillaume and Adrian are now working on how can we rebuild ARMv7.
So we're very much aware of the problem. So far the approach to start
try to bootstrap (just intel in the first wave to make it more simple)
on SLE-15:Updates has moved effort tiny-bit further.
I've found the initial issue when was doing basically the same "just for
Now I see that glibc 2.31 from Leap 15.3 is too new to build bison, coreutils,
findutils, m4, sed, and probably many other Leap 15.3 packages.
All this guys bundle the gnulib sources that are incompatible with glibc
Now I am bit more skeptical that ARMv7 rebuild will succeed...
It will not be trivial, for sure!
Let's see if we can sort this out, on time.
> If you really care about rebuildability of something "close" to Leap
> 15.3, then I recommend you to reach out to Dirk or Adrian and get
> involved in the effort.
> Hope it helps
> On Thu, 2021-01-21 at 11:36 +0100, Stephan Kulow wrote:
>> Am 21.01.21 um 11:30 schrieb Richard Biener:
>>> But this is a Leap 15.3 "overlay" of gettext-runtime and Leap
>>> includes all packages (it's not a service pack ontop of Leap 15.2)
>>> so I would expect that _Leap_ verifies, when adding an
>>> that it can rebuild SLE inherited packages(?).
>> The news of Jump reached you?
>> Greetings, Stephan
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