On Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 07:32:49AM +0200, Stephan Kulow wrote:
Several people touched build-compare lately and I'm afraid it's right
now completely broken.
I reviewed several build logs and they are all changed with this log:
[ 119s] ... comparing built packages with the former built
[ 119s] /usr/lib/build/rpm-check.sh
[ 119s] compare /.build.oldpackages/xteddy-2.2-22.1.src.rpm
[ 119s] compare /.build.oldpackages/xteddy-2.2-22.1.i586.rpm
[ 120s] WARNING: no idea about /usr/bin/xteddy
[ 120s] compare /.build.oldpackages/xteddy-debuginfo-2.2-22.1.i586.rpm
[ 120s] skipping -debuginfo package
[ 120s] compare /.build.oldpackages/xteddy-debugsource-2.2-22.1.i586.rpm
[ 121s] comparing /.build.oldpackages/rpmlint.log and
After the "no idea about" is a return 1, so this is considered different
without an idea.
Well, the ELF section comparer did not find any difference, but the file is different,
due to the .build-id and .gnu_debuglink sections.
if ! diff -u $file1 $file2 > $dfile; then
echo "$file differs in ELF sections"
head -n 200 $dfile
echo "WARNING: no idea about $file"
I think in the else branch it could now return 0 as we did not find a difference.
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