On Wed, Feb 17, Bernhard M. Wiedemann wrote:
and had a VM (with 4 cores) build all Leap 42.1 packages named a*
Released versions have a fixed code base, so it does not matter much if a rebuild changes binaries. Noone cares about that. The resulting binaries are not republished.
What matters is the result in Factory because its a moving target and the same codebase will be built and possibly republished. I'm sure all of the packages in your list (and the other 66% of TW) are still "broken" from build-compare POV.
If it really bothers you, run SUSE:Factory:Head and check why most of the installed packages get updated after a rebuild, even if just glibc got updated. I'm sure, many pkgs can be fixed if a fixed link order is used and if the documentation is not built with random id="N" tags.